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    Default Would most guys be Ps?

    Because isn't it kind of trend for guys to not be on time and not plan as much etc. ?

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    This settles it, I'm a man and my husband is a woman.

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    Not really...

    I'm one of the only P guys I know, I think.

    I have a good friend who just planted a garden.. listed everything out, drew diagrams, how he was going to line out particular veggies.. It was cool, but in a way, pretty damn ridiculous too. Probably ESTJ

    There are variations of this behavior from other friends too.

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    From the statistics I've seen, it's nearly split 50/50. 52-58% of men are Js, 42-48% of men are Ps.

    Estimated Frequencies of Types - CAPT.org

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    I've seen those stats too, and J-P are split pretty evenly.

    I'm kind of wondering if this is related to some stereotype that high school guys are more P than J?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    This settles it, I'm a man and my husband is a woman.
    Someone said I looked like I was being mean to my husband here.

    I was actually making fun of the OP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhapsody View Post
    From the statistics I've seen, it's nearly split 50/50. 52-58% of men are Js, 42-48% of men are Ps.

    Estimated Frequencies of Types - CAPT.org

    What about women ?

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    Eh, screw it.

    Yes, men are usually Ps, the more manly the man the greater the Pness.

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    Yeah, I imagine it is more about stereotypes than reality. It could be that it is more socially acceptable for men to not be on time/be messy, etc., but they just could be Js and lazy... just like how there are Ps who are punctual and tidy. My best J friend is usually a mess in terms of her physical possessions. But she is structured/plan-y with her goals.

    I thought P/J was about more than just interaction with the physical world (slobbiness/timeliness).

    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    Someone said I looked like I was being mean to my husband here.

    I was actually making fun of the OP.
    I got that...
    Last edited by gromit; 04-01-2010 at 06:29 AM. Reason: multi-quote

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    Quote Originally Posted by yupyupyup View Post
    Because isn't it kind of trend for guys to not be on time and not plan as much etc. ?
    You should reconsider your type or work on actually using your Ti.
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