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  • ENFP

    17 5.99%
  • ENTP

    43 15.14%
  • ESFP

    16 5.63%
  • ESTP

    34 11.97%
  • ENFJ

    30 10.56%
  • ENTJ

    106 37.32%
  • ESFJ

    37 13.03%
  • ESTJ

    52 18.31%
  • INFP

    14 4.93%
  • INTP

    31 10.92%
  • ISFP

    11 3.87%
  • ISTP

    12 4.23%
  • INFJ

    25 8.80%
  • INTJ

    74 26.06%
  • ISFJ

    17 5.99%
  • ISTJ

    28 9.86%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering View Post
    Wouldn't that be IxTP and ExTJ (the types with F in Inferior position) ?
    But... but... F IS inferior. I thought that was a given?



    Anyhow, I'd expect ENTJs to not be evil in general. They're not usually planning just for themselves but for what they see as the best for everyone (hence feeling included even if denied). ESTJs are usually over emotional too and I've yet to meet one who doesn't crave to be a buddy with everyone.

    INTJs however could easily blow your entire face off if it was deemed necessary and I wouldn't expect them to even blink whilst doing it. ISTJ.. okay that's the Achilles heel. I've noted they tend to have too much ENFP in them (well a little ENFP goes a long way ).
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering View Post
    Homework: based on those people you know, list the good sides of ENTJs and ESTPs.
    Q1. This homework you mention.. when does it have to be done by?
    Q2. Where is the homework to be posted?
    Q3. Is there sweets involved for those who do well?
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    is the shadow self of the most evil type going to be the goodest type?
    Yes. Although my conclusion might be a bit biased.

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    "Homework: based on those people you know, list the good sides of ENTJs and ESTPs."

    Haha, i'm actually going to do it!!

    ENTJ:

    - control fre.....oops it was the good sides
    - ambitious
    -impressive verbal skillz
    -adaptable
    -good organizers
    -good leaders (they can scare the shit out of you)

    ESTP:

    -funny, talkative,lively
    -they are "carpe diem"(and that's something I like)
    -determined
    -they have such a talent at overreacting and making you think it was all your fault

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    But... but... F IS inferior. I thought that was a given?
    See my new avatar? That's the look I'm giving you right now.

    INTJs however could easily blow your entire face off if it was deemed necessary and I wouldn't expect them to even blink whilst doing it.
    Why should they? If it's necessary, then there is nothing to blink about.

    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Q1. This homework you mention.. when does it have to be done by?
    Q2. Where is the homework to be posted?
    Q3. Is there sweets involved for those who do well?
    The homework request was intended to be aimed primarily at the interestingly-named am_i_evil666.

    However... What about giving us the good, even angelic, side of INTJs ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering View Post
    The homework request was intended to be aimed primarily at the interestingly-named am_i_evil666.

    ?
    Oh fuck!!My curtain just fell into my head(literally)

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    Quote Originally Posted by am_i_evil666 View Post
    ENTJ:

    - control fre.....oops it was the good sides
    - ambitious
    -impressive verbal skillz
    -adaptable
    -good organizers
    -good leaders (they can scare the shit out of you)

    ESTP:

    -funny, talkative,lively
    -they are "carpe diem"(and that's something I like)
    -determined
    -they have such a talent at overreacting and making you think it was all your fault
    Someone's got a funny/fuzzy idea of good and bad, I'd say...

    But well-done nonetheless. B+ I'd say. And have a candy.



    Now, with all that sugar mollifying your brain, tell me: do you still think ENTJs are evil? Hmm? (Do take another candy...)

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    yes. but another idea blossoms in my mind : maybe INFJs are evil.

    p.s. i have one stalking me for 2 years already(and no, this is not a joke)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering View Post
    See my new avatar? That's the look I'm giving you right now.
    Well your kind of people are prone to such outbursts of emotion
    <<<<< My counter expression
    ( <<<< the philosophy behind the commentary )
    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering View Post
    Why should they? If it's necessary, then there is nothing to blink about.
    It depends upon why it's necessary. If it's just because they couldn't be bothered sorting through your inane comments once more then it's a little extreme.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering View Post
    The homework request was intended to be aimed primarily at the interestingly-named am_i_evil666.

    However... What about giving us the good, even angelic, side of INTJs ?
    Cause "survival of the fittest" died out and needs a replacement
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Well your kind of people are prone to such outbursts of emotion
    Emotion?? *Wandering checks her avatar again...* What emotion do you see there, exactly ?

    <<<<< My counter expression
    ( <<<< the philosophy behind the commentary )
    And *I* am the emotional one, heh ?

    It depends upon why it's necessary. If it's just because they couldn't be bothered sorting through your inane comments once more then it's a little extreme.
    Umm... No. If your sentence had contained only "inane" OR "once more", then I would agree. Seeing as it contains both, then I must agree with my INTJ cousins that head-blowing is perfectly appropriate.

    Cause "survival of the fittest" died out and needs a replacement
    And this is a *good* cause, right? So how could INTJs be evil, if they serve a good cause?

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