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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    Elfboy, in all seriousness, low to moderate levels of psychopathy/sociopathy is definitely a competitive edge for jobs that require some level of fearlessness and for being in the business world. Supposedly, there is higher level of psychopathy among CEOs compared to the normal population. Most sociopaths/psychopaths can live fairly normal lives.... only the ones on the extreme end with other stressors end up becoming the serial rapists/killers/anything else.
    Aren't relationships - not just romantic ones, but also friendly ones - part of what constitutes a "normal life"? How can one have a stable, healthy relationship if one does not have the capacity to feel empathy?

    I agree on the CEO thing, though, I've heard as much elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalemate View Post
    Interesting. My ESTJ wife told me just last night that when she was a kid, she would have an imagination or a fear (even now she isn't clear enough about it to know if it happened as a dream or when she was conscious) that someone was pretending to be her parents and wearing masks that looked exactly like their faces. I thought it was bizarre. She seems confused by it to this day.
    I don't want to derail this thread (actually there are a few different tangents going on here so maybe it doesn't matter) but this interests me. Do you know if she ever expressed this 'mask concern' to her parents? And/or how long she had this concern? Like how many months/years...although I know time is different to a child.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Maybe you're just a wolfy in sheepy's clothes?
    Maybe. Wait... are you calling me a sheep? Let's make it a wolfy in black sheepy's clothes. That sounds better.

    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    i always get IFP. i was a very adventurous but not socially extraverted child.

    i think they mess up in terms of correlating E-social extravert and F-mushy gushy
    I think I was not very expressive of emotions, also I was pretty self reliant from really early on. I had a stupid streak just like I do now. It's just the way the test is worded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Patrick Bateman cares way too much about deep cleanser lotions, honey almond body scrubs, and Phil Collins to be a respectable INTJ.
    Patrick Batemen was an ESFJ E3w2 in an Fe/Ne narcissistic loop at bottom functioning levels in enneagram (3w2 most likely to become the nice guy next door who becomes mass murderer or serial killer at lowest unhealthy level).

    Saying he's NTJ is just preposterous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    i always get IFP. i was a very adventurous but not socially extraverted child.

    i think they mess up in terms of correlating E-social extravert and F-mushy gushy
    I actually get ENP for that test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Patrick Batemen was an ESFJ E3w2 in an Fe/Ne narcissistic loop at bottom functioning levels in enneagram (3w2 most likely to become the nice guy next door who becomes mass murderer or serial killer at lowest unhealthy level).

    Saying he's NTJ is just preposterous.
    there is nothing ESFJ about Patrick Bateman. he is SO INTJ, and I think he's an unhealthy 8 going to 5
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    Haven't we had this discussion before? Didn't I explain to you once exactly why Patrick Bateman is an Fe dom?

    He says he only works (he doesn't have to because of his family's wealth) because "he wants to fit in."

    That is not an INTJ motivation at all, body scrubs and labels aside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Haven't we had this discussion before? Didn't I explain to you once exactly why Patrick Bateman is an Fe dom?

    He says he only works (he doesn't have to because of his family's wealth) because "he wants to fit in."

    That is not an INTJ motivation at all, body scrubs and labels aside.
    he wants to fit in because he's secretly a psycho murderer, the same reason why mobsters have "day jobs"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    he wants to fit in because he's secretly a psycho murderer, the same reason why mobsters have "day jobs"
    He says this to his gf before he starts killing people (in fact, it's never proven that the murders really occurred, could have been a delusion in his head.)

    Hannibal Lecter is a fictional INTJ serial killer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    He says this to his gf before he starts killing people (in fact, it's never proven that the murders really occurred, could have been a delusion in his head.)

    Hannibal Lecter is a fictional INTJ serial killer.
    I see the differences now that you point that out. perhaps he's INFJ (but I'm still leaning INTJ)
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