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    Lex Parsimoniae Xander's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by shum View Post
    HA!

    I KNOW YOU GUYS.

    cheers. nice to see you boys out at play here.

    shh. i am supposed to be napping.
    Ah but this is the MBTI analysis bit Shum. Soo what type are you when your napping? Does it alter at all? Do you dream of lots of people to bounce at?
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    I dunno. It's like INTJs have the hard shell on the outside, but if you get past it to the core, it's all full of gooey caramel.

    INTPs on the other hand are very deceptive -- we're all soft and flexy and delectable on the outside... but you'd better not bite down on us, because you'll break a tooth. The inner core is very inflexible and operates according to strict methodology.

    fwtiw

    Quick, SW -- can you type "SHUM" ...!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I dunno. It's like INTJs have the hard shell on the outside, but if you get past it to the core, it's all full of gooey caramel.

    INTPs on the other hand are very deceptive -- we're all soft and flexy and delectable on the outside... but you'd better not bite down on us, because you'll break a tooth. The inner core is very inflexible and operates according to strict methodology.
    Gooey??

    Your like soo technical today Fortunato
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I dunno. It's like INTJs have the hard shell on the outside, but if you get past it to the core, it's all full of gooey caramel.
    Quick! Call my GF and let her know!

    FWIW, I agree in general... however, J's will revert back to being inflexible constantly, even after they have opened up to you. Their nature is to be more rigid and disciplined... all Js have that kind of approach to the world... It's pretty much the definition of a J!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I dunno. It's like INTJs have the hard shell on the outside, but if you get past it to the core, it's all full of gooey caramel.

    INTPs on the other hand are very deceptive -- we're all soft and flexy and delectable on the outside... but you'd better not bite down on us, because you'll break a tooth. The inner core is very inflexible and operates according to strict methodology.
    Heh. I always thought that INTPs were hard on the outside and gooey on the inside, and that INTJs were hard on the outside and even harder on the inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Gooey?? Your like soo technical today Fortunato


    Consider it a flippant act of ineffectual rebellion against over-constructed posting.
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    I think the best way to show the difference between Js and Ps is possibly in foundation.

    A J builds a foundation which is solid so that whatever they build on top inherits that stability. However if their foundation is shaken then they become nervous as everything is based on the foundation NOT moving.

    A P builds like a foundation on wheels. Sure it's not as stable but should the site picked for the foundations proove unsuitable then they can just move them. Ps get nervous when they find terrain which their foundation cannot cross as their foundation isn't stable enough for a bridge and cannot cross it either.

    It makes sense that a J weathers the storm whilst a P tries to avoid it.

    Hence it's Js who tend to be more indomitable.
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Hence it's Js who tend to be more indomitable.
    And internally gooey... except for NPG, who apparently is comprised of a crunchy candy shell masking a hard macademia nut.
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    And internally gooey... except for NPG, who apparently is comprised of a crunchy candy shell masking a hard macademia nut.
    *sigh*

    Admittedly, I'm pretty ooey gooey on the inside.

    That was difficult to admit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    tend
    Thank you for highlighting they key that seems in danger of being lost in this discussion

    The gooey thing is making me uncomfortable, can we return to the intellectual distinctions?

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