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    Default Judging vs. Perceiving

    This is the place for everyone to dump their thoughts on J vs. P. You can post anything related here, but I swear, if this thread ends up in the Fluff Zone or Graveyard, I'm blaming you.

    This is meant as a reference for those unsure and a dump for those with nagging thoughts on the topic.
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    Judgers judge. And perceivers perceive. This is what you think, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrant View Post
    Judgers judge. And perceivers perceive. This is what you think, right?
    Come on, you have to be more vague than that.
    You have to be all metaphorical.

    (Sorry, I find it impossible to hold things against people for long)
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    Ps have been tending to get on my nerves a lot, whereas Js can often be boring and sometimes even awkward. I love being J overall, but it does have its downsides.

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    I have had it explained as this..

    J`s are flexible with themselves.. but much more rigid with the outer world..

    P` are much more rigid with themselves.. but much more flexible with the exterior world..

    Makes sense to me..

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