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    Default What Do the Other Temperaments Think of You?

    As the title says, what do the other Keirsey Temperaments tend to think of you as far as liking or disliking your personality?

    Rationals: I tend to sync up perfectly with the ridiculously few I actually meet; they tend to respect me for my intelligence, curiosity, and our similar ways of seeing the world.

    Artisans: Partners in crime. Unlike other temperaments have no problem joining me in my jokes about turning Holocaust crematorium remains into inexpensive water fountains.

    Idealist: Respect me for the same reasons as Rationals but seem to view me as a somewhat bizarre anomaly.

    Guardian: Hate my guts. A bit of an overstatement though those in authority positions tend to view me as needlessly insubordinate and absentminded to the point of being irresponsible. With effort I tend to grow on them however: kind of like a bad case of skin fungus.

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    The general consensus seems to be I am neither needed or recomended.

    EDIT, just feeling edgy and flip today...

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    The general consensus seems to be I am neither needed or recomended.


    As for me...

    Idealists generally think I have good ideas but come off a bit cold. Guardians like my reliability but tend to see me as a bit 'off.' Artisans don't tend to like me as much -- I'm too much thought and not enough action, but if some of them slow down and get to know me they tend to like me. With other rationals, it's an entirely mixed bag.

    I have a relatively quiet, hippy-dippy exterior belying an intensely focused interior. It can be hard on some people.
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    Rationalists: You have potential, but you let your feelings get in the way.
    Artisans: You're a pansy, emo kid. Why do you think about things so much?
    Guardians: "Wtf, you're so weird."
    Idealists: You're a lot like me <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    The general consensus seems to be I am neither needed or recomended.
    A profound un-truth.
    Patriotism is the last refuge to which a scoundrel clings...Steal a little and they throw you in jail, steal a lot and they make you a king

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    The general consensus seems to be I am neither needed or recomended.
    Seriously, that's the impression I get about my type as well. NFP's are like tasteless belches apparently. What is it about us that makes us so amorphous and flavorless to others? I don't perceive us that way at all.

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    NFPs: mean, critical, perky, refreshingly honest (sometimes, detached), funny
    NFJs: critical/smart, flaky (don't interact much)

    SJs: mostly weird (sometimes this means they think I'm amusing in an "antics"-condescending way, but also sometimes in the strange/should-avoid way)

    male ESTPs and female ESFjs: smart/pushover (when they first meet me and judge me based on my looks/lack of expression), then bitch (when they get to know me a little better)
    ISTP: goofy
    ISFP: (see NFP)
    ESXP: boring

    NTs: (don't interact much)
    INTJ: competitive, flaky
    xNTP: argumentative (in the good way)

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    NTs enjoy my company, most of the time.
    SPs find me intresting but a tad boring.
    SJs don't care enough, the feeling is mutual.
    NFs and I usually try to bond while attempting not to step on each others toes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    NTs enjoy my company.
    Yes: one of my favorites.

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    Idealists: I get along best with other idealists as far as I know, especially ENFPs. NFs tend to describe me as having a very open mind and heart. We all love and value harmony and people, so we always have something to talk about.

    Rationals: We have good intellectual conversation compatibility. I think some rationals are surprised about how much I consider other people when engaging in speculative thinking with them, most likely because I come across as cold until you get to know me.

    Artisans: Well, I would describe them as my opposites. They prefer to be doing something new and exciting while I would prefer to just sit around and talk. This is probably why I don't have any close SP friends. I can tell that my interests seem rather boring to them (and their's seem boring to me too, lol) so I'm always lost when trying to have a conversation with them. I feel like I have to dumb down what I say (not because they aren't intelligent) in order to hook their attention.

    Guardians: I think I'm more of a novelty friend for them. SJs are a tough bunch to have a conversation with, considering we both have two different definitions for what a "good" one consists of. Guardians tend to just be the rock holding my balloon down. I sometimes see SJs as very shallow and they probably see me as very spacey.
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