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  • INTP

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  • ENTP

    1 7.69%
  • ISTP

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  • ESTP

    5 38.46%
  • INFP

    1 7.69%
  • ENFP

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  • ISFP

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  • ESFP

    2 15.38%
  • INTJ

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  • ENTJ

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  • ISTJ

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  • ESTJ

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  • INFJ

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    2 15.38%
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  1. #21
    no clinkz 'til brooklyn Nocapszy's Avatar
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    I'm going to ask 3 questions, but one of them isn't about the woman.

    How long have you known her?

    Any habits (other than smoking)? I'm not talking just about a daily ritual - even something as small as a tic like consistently chewing on erasers or spinning salt shakers. Any of that shit?

    If you know, how do people act around her? Same while working as outside of work?

    Can I get another question if you're not able to answer any of these?

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    Just a side comment Pt,

    Most of what you have on this person is very non specific. I wouldn't be surprised at any particular answer.

    Mind you it'd be revealing if you'd relay if she worked out that you had a soft spot for her and whether she confronted you about it in any way

    (You don't have to answer that I'm playing with you.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    How long have you known her?
    13-14 years, now that I calculate it.

    Any habits (other than smoking)? I'm not talking just about a daily ritual - even something as small as a tic like consistently chewing on erasers or spinning salt shakers. Any of that shit?
    Hmmmm.... no. Nothing like that.

    If you know, how do people act around her? Same while working as outside of work?
    She's quite different inside and outside of work. Inside work she deals with a lot of people, works hard and all that... but outside of work she is quite laid back. Watches a lot of TV, doesn't go out much with others. Other than lounging, spends a lot of time with her dogs and working on the computer.

    I'd say that others, when they are around her, are pretty much the same... but she acts the same. Same conversations, same topics... personal problems to latest TV shows. The only difference is that she is responsible for the work being done so she will tell you to get things done (although I suppose that could be similar to her suggesting what I should do as well).


    Can I get another question if you're not able to answer any of these?
    Well, I'm answering unofficially since it's a bit late

    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Most of what you have on this person is very non specific. I wouldn't be surprised at any particular answer.

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    Uh huh. Specific questions - specific answers - it's hard to answer questions that require interpretation (ie: specific - does she come in early in the morning? less specific - is she a morning person?) Granted, maybe I just suck at avoiding giving out my own view (knowing her type).

    Mind you it'd be revealing if you'd relay if she worked out that you had a soft spot for her and whether she confronted you about it in any way

    (You don't have to answer that I'm playing with you.)
    Nah, nothing like that

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    Well, I guess I'll shut this down now.

    She's an ESTJ with all confidences above 70%. Nice call Zergling

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    Considering the amount of info we've had I don't think missing by one letter is that bad of a guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    Considering the amount of info we've had I don't think missing by one letter is that bad of a guess.
    A single dichotomy can cause very drastic change in temperament. ESTJ is really really different from ESTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptgatsby View Post
    Well, I guess I'll shut this down now.

    She's an ESTJ with all confidences above 70%. Nice call Zergling
    Also, she doesn't sound like an ESTJ. Sounds like an ISFx.

    Are you positive PT? The reason I asked if people act differently around her when at work from the way they do outside of work was for one of two reasons.

    A. To call into question your knowledge of her type. Seems like you were basing your analysis entirely on how she acted at work, with only bits and pieces of her home life. People act pretty differently at work than they do in their leisure time. Especially if they're someone's boss. For this reason, people act differently around them in the respective environments.

    B. If you didn't know the difference, then you didn't know the person for who she actually is, and instead know her job persona, which I already said, is very likely to be different from her actual one.

    Whatever. I could be wrong.

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    Actually, come to think of it, ESTJ doesn't sound impossible. She does her extraverting (thinking in her case) while at work, and then at home she's introverted (sensing).

    Works for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptgatsby View Post
    Well, I guess I'll shut this down now.

    She's an ESTJ with all confidences above 70%. Nice call Zergling
    *Does the touchdown dance*

    Also, she doesn't sound like an ESTJ. Sounds like an ISFx.

    Are you positive PT? The reason I asked if people act differently around her when at work from the way they do outside of work was for one of two reasons.

    A. To call into question your knowledge of her type. Seems like you were basing your analysis entirely on how she acted at work, with only bits and pieces of her home life. People act pretty differently at work than they do in their leisure time. Especially if they're someone's boss. For this reason, people act differently around them in the respective environments.

    B. If you didn't know the difference, then you didn't know the person for who she actually is, and instead know her job persona, which I already said, is very likely to be different from her actual one.
    No! My victory is at stake! No one shall challenge her ESTJness! (schemes for ways to assasinate any channelgers, than promptly forgets them.)


    It would be useful to see where this result came from. However, based on my dad in particular, and other people also who display several versions of a type, it is reasonable that an ESTJ would spend a lot of time at home sitting around and doing stuff on the computer. (My dad, for comparison, fits ESTJ much better than anything else, yet still spends a lot of time doing stuff on a computer, and will happily sit down to watch a sports game, splurge on stuff occasionally, etc.). If this is the same sort of stuff that other people do and are expected to do, there isn't any reason the activities wouldn't have rubbed off on this person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    Also, she doesn't sound like an ESTJ. Sounds like an ISFx.

    Are you positive PT? The reason I asked if people act differently around her when at work from the way they do outside of work was for one of two reasons.

    A. To call into question your knowledge of her type. Seems like you were basing your analysis entirely on how she acted at work, with only bits and pieces of her home life. People act pretty differently at work than they do in their leisure time. Especially if they're someone's boss. For this reason, people act differently around them in the respective environments.

    B. If you didn't know the difference, then you didn't know the person for who she actually is, and instead know her job persona, which I already said, is very likely to be different from her actual one.

    Whatever. I could be wrong.
    She took it for work, so yes, positive.

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