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    NPs are bad with money
    i am very proud to defy this stereotype!!!

    everyone suspects i should be bad with money, given my other personality traits. i'm actually much more of a saver than a spender, though. i don't like spending my own money. what i mean is, i'm impulsive with others' money, but not my own.

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    DUMB STEREOTYPE : INFPs are all whiney, weak.... especially men who are not manly.

    Well, ....best person in whole world I know, and also very happy person, is INFP. And some others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    i am very proud to defy this stereotype!!!

    everyone suspects i should be bad with money, given my other personality traits. i'm actually much more of a saver than a spender, though. i don't like spending my own money. what i mean is, i'm impulsive with others' money, but not my own.
    +10

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    i am very proud to defy this stereotype!!!

    everyone suspects i should be bad with money, given my other personality traits. i'm actually much more of a saver than a spender, though. i don't like spending my own money. what i mean is, i'm impulsive with others' money, but not my own.
    haha, i am good with money too.. it's cos my mom is ISTJ i think

    i like spending my money but i am quite rational about the way i spend it. and i plan much,.

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    Oh yeah....the stereotype that if someone is unsure of their type and at one point in the past have considered or are currently now considering an NFP type, then they must be NFP, because only NFPs question their type. There's some "special snowflake and exploring possibilities" theory used as justification for this, but you could come up with a lot of theories to explain why a person is a XXXX type based solely on the fact that they are not sure of their type.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    There's probably more truth in this thread than in any other on TypeC...

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    You could actually interject "tend" in many of the stereotypes to align them closer with reality. I mean, the way you guys are going about it is with hammer and nail, trying to trap every type into a breathless coffin.

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    I don't mind the stereotypes, what bugs me is the "<type> can't possibly do that!" or "they can't possibly be <type> because they do this".
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    Let's see:

    E:
    Like parties
    Talk nonstop
    Don't enjoy introspecting
    Are loud

    I:
    Hate parties
    Are shy
    Don't have very many friends

    S:
    Are not creative
    Have to have everything spelled out. Cannot make their own inferences.
    Are good at sports.
    Are shortsighted and do not see the future implications of things.

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    Absent minded people who keep losing their keys
    Cannot enjoy the moment. Never really smell the roses.
    Are always creative and out of the box thinkers
    Disdain any traditions and conventions

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    Are hardhearted
    Don't care if they hurt your feelings
    Do not feel, period.
    Are good at analytical things like math and science and chess.

    F:
    Are highly emotional
    Cannot make a logically sound argument
    Are always nice to everybody and never offend anyone

    J:
    Are always on time
    Are neat and tidy
    Are judgemental

    P:
    Are always late
    Are messy
    Are always open minded
    Are wishy washy, ditzy, airhead types
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    Neutral Good
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    I don't mind the stereotypes, what bugs me is the "<type> can't possibly do that!" or "they can't possibly be <type> because they do this".
    Exactly! Telling someone they're obviously mistyped because they don't fit the stereotype of a type makes me . There's 6 billion people shoehorned into 16 types, there's obviously going to be some variation in there!
    Murphy Brown: What is it with us? Why can't we take the easy road once in awhile?
    Avery Brown: Because it's boring and dishonest and uncomfortable, like wearing a pair of shoes all day that pinch your feet.

    approx 55% ES, 90% TJ

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