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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    oh I'm not saying no J's can have a good natured giggle at themselves or take a little ribbing. I hate to say it but it does seem the NJ's are better at it... I think perhaps that 'take things at surface value' thing the SJ's have going on perhaps might hinder them from taking the words as anything but what they seem... the undercurrents of humour, perhaps even affection or cameraderie that can accompany someone saying "shut it, butthead!" are often lost on them and all they see is an incredibly rude insult. I dunno...

    But what do you think of the answers you've had so far though? Enlightened you any?
    Replys are very good in amount of insight. What does not mean that I agree with everything what has been said.
    But the point of MBTI is that people are different.

    I think you are absolutly right about the SJ , NJ thing. We use J on totally different way. But SJ way in much more common in society. So everybody think about J as SJ.What is normal since NJs are actually the rarest types out there.
    What is again understandable since those types are "visionary".

    On the other hand I see how much smart is the move, that I don't use the full strenght of my J on other people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    I totally gotta be a P type then

    (OTOH it could also be that the similarity I notice is due to our shared enneagram type)
    Re-tested, got ENTJ.. with moderately strong J. So I guess no P behavior then :P Why don't I feel surprised ..

    I'm getting a bit stressed for having to do this all, tho I decided it's for the best. I've got scores close to J-P previously, and it seems to change whether I'm in some big project or not. So technically, I'm not on the position to share my P experiences
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    Question for Ps.

    Would you ever set you alarm clock to 2:00 AM and then get up at that time and learn for the rest of the night?
    Just because that has to be done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Question for Ps.

    Would you ever set you alarm clock to 2:00 AM and then get up at that time and learn of the rest of the night just because that has to be done?
    LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    LOL.
    I will take this as NO.

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    I have reformed my question so now it probably makes more sense.

    Also I am interested in how Ps look at this question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    I have reformed my question so now it probably makes more sense.

    Also I am interested in how Ps look at this question.
    The only way that's happening is if there's a deadline in place, a deadline I actually care about, and the reason I have to get up at 2:00 AM is because I've procrastinated.

    That has actually happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    The only way that's happening is if there's a deadline in place, a deadline I actually care about, and the reason I have to get up at 2:00 AM is because I've procrastinated.

    That has actually happened.
    So there is hope after all.


    To me it happens that I get only few days to learn something and I don't have the time to do it. So I do it, this way.

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    Umm I've set my alarm for 2:00AM for a plane flight

    But otherwise, it would have to be a reallyreallyREALLY important deadline, cause I value my sleep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Question for Ps.

    Would you ever set you alarm clock to 2:00 AM and then get up at that time and learn for the rest of the night?
    Just because that has to be done.
    Why does it have to be done?
    Do I have an exam tomorrow for which I've not studied at all the entire year?
    In which case I don't set the alarm for 2am. I stay up all night making up acronyms and mnemonics.
    Actually I never set the alarm for then because I'm almost always still awake by then anyway. I'd have to set the alarm to be out of the house before 9am though. In fact, even before 10... I set my alarm this morning because I had to take my kids to a piano lesson at 11.

    The only thing that could induce me to think that 'has to be done' would be something like an exam the next morning. But even then no, I don't think I would. I'd figure, meh, I'll do what I can and if I fail, retake it. Or consider other options.
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