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    ESFP: stylish party animals with an inability to look even five second into the future.
    ESFJ: They control because they love. A kind warden
    ESTJ: conformist exteriors hiding dark (albeit hilarious) interiors. Tough guys prone to meltdowns
    ESTP: human cats. Grooming them selfs and occasionally stoop to acknowledge us mere mortals
    INFP: journals, people who like cloudy days, a single tear, broilers
    ENFP: people who wear bejeweled dog shirt. People who have a loud opinion about everything
    INFJ: people who was poetic about everything, gibberish speakers, hallmark cars writers
    ENFJ: a bossy pants with velvet gloves
    ENTJ: a bossy pants with iron fists
    INTP: underachieving creeps
    ISFJ: boring chameleons
    ISTJ: accountants, bylaws enforcer
    ISTP: rebels with out causes, the demenor of someone who may or may not be insane
    ISFP: hippies

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    ISFP: long haired guy in dark skin tight jeans and an undersized t shirt that somehow looks good on him. Probably a drummer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pseudo View Post
    ESTP: human cats. Grooming them selfs and occasionally stoop to acknowledge us mere mortals
    haha... yeah kinda. I agree with the cat part.

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    Default What I first thing of when I hear and MBTI type (men edition!)

    ENFP: The class clown who speaks a million miles a minute and appears keen in knowing about your every whim once he first takes you on a date, often overwhelming you with an excessive amount of random questions and shifting conversation topics.
    INFP: The withdrawn, yet sensitive and distractible man who's constantly reading or reflecting on life on his lonesome at the library and continuously shows up to college classes at least 5 minutes late, yet reveals his secret desire to travel the world before he dies and become a novelist, while mentioning his entire value system once the date goes well and you delve into deep conversation.
    INFJ: The mild-mannered psychology major who eerily seems to understand what makes you tick and annoys you with his tendency to overanalyze your every move.
    ENFJ: The sociable, seemingly perfect man who unexpectedly shows up with flowers and a gift throughout your first few dates and flatters you with compliments and romantic words, yet starts to show some possessive and manipulative tendencies once you two actually start dating.

    ESTP: The impulsive, live in the moment rebel with little tolerance for philosophical discussion who's constantly doing things on impulse and seems a little callous and insensitive in his decision-making, yet charms you with his zest for life and spontaneously takes you on a romantic road trip on his Harley.
    ISTP: A quiet, yet somehow observant man who mostly refuses to interact with others socially and seemingly has little to contribute during discussions, yet is surprisingly intelligent when dealing with practical matters and discussing his talents and interests.
    ESFP: The extraverted, constantly partying frat boy who disgusted you with his frivolous antics and womanizing tendencies, yet unexpectedly revealed a more vulnerable side that persuaded you to give him a chance.
    ISFP: A silent, but gentle and observant musician at a coffee shop who woos you away with romantic songs and poetry, while exposing you to the beauty in the simpler things in life and letting things in the relationship (ex. unexpectedly becoming parents) take course spontaneously with minimal planning.

    INTJ: A poised and collected ivy league alumni who's earned a doctorate in physics and charms you with his intellect and interest in theoretical discussion, yet disappoints when offering little advice or sympathy once emotional problems begin to surface.
    ENTJ: An ambitious self-made man who graduated with a business degree from Stanford and soon after became the owner of his own business, with a keen focus in transcending into power and enhancing his own gains and wealth.
    ENTP: A conspiracy theorist with very fervent views over the American government, with a surprising master's degree in political science and minor in philosophy and desire to publish his ideas an unexpectedly get famous from them in a memoir.
    INTP: The quirky, socially awkward guy (computer science major) who admits to never having pursued a romantic relationship before you two were paired up for a biology lab in college, yet seems to endear you with his smarts, phenomenal computer skills, and slightly dorky interests in video gaming, collecting comics, and watching anime.

    ESTJ: A controlling, somewhat narrow-minded man (the boss/head of a local company) who wishes to progress the relationship according to tradition and constantly nags at you for your lack of cleanliness and self-discipline, complaining about your seeming lack of maturity and being quick to dismiss emotional appeals during your arguments.
    ISTJ: The reserved, but hard-working and levelheaded man (an accountant at an office) who, while frustrating you by offering little spontaneity to your relationship, is straight-forward and grounded and helps maintain structure and financial stability.
    ESFJ: The expressive, sociable man who occasionally overwhelms you with being clingy, oversensitive, and demanding in the relationship, showing signs of jealousy once he senses your being flirtatious with another person.
    ISFJ: The doting, devoted partner who showers with tenderness and affection and prefers to be a homebody who'd rather lay down on the couch and cuddle with you all day than go out to a huge social gathering and exhaust himself with partying, yet can sometimes mollycoddle you with his clinginess and frustrate you with his fear of taking risks and letting go of the past.

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    Extreme Bias coming through:

    ESTJ: The guy who tries to act as mature and responsible as possible and has the rugged look of PTSD. Most likely to kill any one of the other types to maintain order and maturity; therefore, ENTP dies first
    ISTJ: A person that thinks like a computer would and systematizes everything. Most likely to kill emotional types demanding shit from them.
    ESFJ: The organizer of parties/social events. Most likely to kill anyone who doesn't participate in their charades
    ISFJ: ESFJ's right hand man/woman, more melancholic perhaps. Not sure who they would kill.
    ESTP: Extremely impulsive athlete/jock. Would kill anyone for money or sheer pleasure, and would do it using sports equipment
    ISTP: The very muscularly coordinated and intelligent quiet guy. Would use master ninja skills and tactics to snap necks of anyone who questioned them.
    ESFP: Party-goer. Would be too busy partying to kill someone
    ISFP: Quieter party-goer/emotionally deep. Would think about killing someone but party instead
    ENFP: Energetic yet seemingly quiet person with deep emotions. Would kill the ISTJ, the INTP, the INTJ, and the ESTJ for making fun of their emotions
    INFP: Lethargic yet seemingly emotionally intense. Would kill (see above) just because of an emotional meltdown
    INFJ: The witty covert-spy that displays Fe as a cover for plans in the background. Would kill anyone silently and sadistically as possible and then convince everyone that that person had to die for incredibly sensible reasons and would be acquitted of all charges.
    ENFJ: The not so witty covert-spy that displays Fe for no reason whatsoever. Would kill another type, but would probably emotionally attach to them before the deed was done and make friends with them instead.
    ENTJ: The natural born leader with a superiority complex. Would kill anyone who questions their leadership by having everyone else hang the person. I imagine the Governor from the Walking Dead. Would also kill ESTJ for attempting to take charge.
    ENTP: (complete, utter bias) Very capable and quick-thinking problem solver with broad interests, most likely to kill ESTJ or ENTJ out of annoyance and for the fun of it. Would also kill someone based on an idea had at the precise second to test it. "Just had a thought, how long would it take me to kill you with these post-it notes, a screwdriver, and a tennis ball?"
    INTP: Very capable and quick-thinking problem solver that has incredible depth of ideas and intelligence. Would kill someone that dares questions his or her theories or views. Probably the ESTJ or the ESFJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    ISTP: a bad ass riding a motor cycle with a large breasted blonde woman hanging on to him
    I always wondered why that's an ISTP stereotype as I only see Se in there, where's the Ti?

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    I always wondered why that's an ISTP stereotype as I only see Se in there, where's the Ti?
    He's ISTP if he built the motorcycle. ESTP if he stole it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    He's ISTP if he built the motorcycle. ESTP if he stole it.
    alright, good answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    alright, good answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    I always wondered why that's an ISTP stereotype as I only see Se in there, where's the Ti?
    I don't give a shit about motorcycles. ATVs sure but not motorcycles since you can easily kill yourself on one.

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