Well then... I have met during my typing ages (which give... hmhmhmm... half year? ) many people, that said something like "It is wrong to type people!" My idea is, that it maybe is some trait, which could give me indition for typing him/her better. But which trait it is?
I bet you have met lots of those people (mainly because you don't type people since january 2011), so let's share things like... What do they have in common? What do they tend to say you? (Is it more stuff like "Everybody is unique!" or "Theoretizing is bad!"?) How can it help? If it can, of course, help?
Anyway thank you all for your advices, shares and posts!
My own examples (optional):
1st - ESTJ
"Why do you want to type people? What good outcomes do you have from it?" This is the question, which most of ESTJ's (actually, the one... the second one is something between ESTP and ESTJ) ask me, when I say them that I am trying to categorize all of the people I meet to the boxes. I just say them then, that it is for example for saying them which job do they mostly like (the most useless part for me for now). They say "People still can say you that they don't want to be this or that." (This is actualy true, then I say them, that "Those registers of careers do depend too from the individuals.", I don't want to be teacher because I believe that I am bad teacher). The one true ESTJ I've met (and the extreme ESTJ) have said me something like "The people can be dishonest, how can you surely tell?" Then I like to tell the sentence, I've read on some typology page. "Human is like bag. You can clearly say, if there is in it ball or brick." But I do assume, that masquerade is possible at people, but... who would be THAT crazy to totaly play perfectly another personality?!
2nd - Feelers at all
Almost every fourth feeler says me "People are unique!" Then I do just say them "Yes, but I determine only the closest type." *they are quiet forever and never talk to me again*