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    1. Do unicorns exist on other worlds?

    What kind of crazy question is this? Unicorns don't exist at all (S)

    Maybe. Depends on what is meant by existence and worlds (N)

    2A.) (if S) Would you go to a party on a unicorn-inhabited planet if it existed?

    These unicorn questions are a waste of time (J)

    Heck yes! (P)

    2B.) (if N) Would unicorns make the world a better place?

    No, the existence of them would make them yet another animal to hunt and exploit (F).

    That's irrelevant, we can devise unicorn robots now (T).

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    1. Do unicorns exist on other worlds?

    What kind of crazy question is this? Unicorns don't exist at all (S)

    Maybe. Depends on what is meant by existence and worlds (N)


    2A.) Would you go to a party on a unicorn-inhabited planet if it existed?

    These unicorn questions are a waste of time (J)


    Heck yes! (P)

    2B.) Would unicorns make the world a better place?

    No, the existence of them would make them yet another animal to hunt and exploit (F).


    That's irrelevant, we can devise unicorn robots now (T).
    I totally love these questions! I would certainly be an NFJ with them. Very awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    1. Do unicorns exist on other worlds?

    What kind of crazy question is this? Unicorns don't exist at all (S)

    Maybe. Depends on what is meant by existence and worlds (N)

    2A.) (if S) Would you go to a party on a unicorn-inhabited planet if it existed?

    These unicorn questions are a waste of time (J)

    Heck yes! (P)

    2B.) (if N) Would unicorns make the world a better place?

    No, the existence of them would make them yet another animal to hunt and exploit (F).

    That's irrelevant, we can devise unicorn robots now (T).
    And for those who want to try to use this test to find their full 4-letter type:

    0.) Would you rather?

    Read a book about unicorns (I)

    Entertain a crowd with a story involving unicorns (E)


    :P

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    1) Which is worse?
    A) Headaches --> 2a) Do you prefer sure footing or being unrestrained?
    B) Stress --> 2b) Do you prefer love or truth?

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    You're fired. Lol. Antimony's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    Well then, only 75% of NF's would answer as such.
    I think there are less INFJs relative to the other NFs.
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    I think there are less INFJs relative to the other NFs.
    Uh ok, right. Then...maybe 95% is correct.
    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    And for those who want to try to use this test to find their full 4-letter type:

    0.) Would you rather?

    Read a book about unicorns (I)

    Entertain a crowd with a story involving unicorns (E)


    :P
    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    Typology is good for parlor games:
    1) Which is worse?
    A) Headaches --> 2a) Do you prefer sure footing or being unrestrained?
    B) Stress --> 2b) Do you prefer love or truth?
    Great, ESTJ now. haha
    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    1. Do unicorns exist on other worlds?

    What kind of crazy question is this? Unicorns don't exist at all (S)

    Maybe. Depends on what is meant by existence and worlds (N)
    An additional question is, do other worlds exist.

    2A.) (if S) Would you go to a party on a unicorn-inhabited planet if it existed?

    These unicorn questions are a waste of time (J)

    Heck yes! (P)

    2B.) (if N) Would unicorns make the world a better place?

    No, the existence of them would make them yet another animal to hunt and exploit (F).

    That's irrelevant, we can devise unicorn robots now (T).
    Or ENFP.

    This is fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    Uh ok, right. Then...maybe 95% is correct.



    Great, ESTJ now. haha

    Or ENFP.

    This is fun!
    Are you trying to type yourself?
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    Are you trying to type yourself?
    Eh, just experimenting. Other people have answered the questions so I thought I would too, and it's interesting to see what I get. It also helps determine whether they are good questions. Of course it's just for laughs, but still.

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    Ok, how about this one.

    Recall how you learn at school. What did you commonly prefer for lessons that went easily?
    - first the facts, then build a bigger picture (S)
    - first the bigger picture, then seek for relevant facts (N)

    Recall the last 3 important decisions you've made. What did you prefer in 2 or 3 times (even if you did actually something else)?
    - harmony before truth (F)
    - truth before harmony (T)

    Look at your working place. How do you normally find it when you start to work or learn?
    - it is clean or at least organised in a way somebody else can find anything (J)
    - it is in a working-state, I know were everything is (P)
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