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    Don't Judge Me! Haphazard's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Unless you are an open book, ppl online only see what you want them to see. Not so enlightening. These exercises are only really meaningful with people who know you really well.
    People in real life only see what you choose to show them too. No one is an open book. Point taken, it is a different exercise with people who know you well, but it's still interesting to see what side of you people see online. It's also interesting just to see which words people choose, sometimes that says more about them than you.

    I know I haven't interacted on this forum that much, but if anyone wants to do mine:

    Johari

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    I'll do some for those of you I've interacted with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    for the successful thread resuscitation!

    I'm going to fill out charts for people whose online persona I have a feel for. Just want to reiterate what I said during this thread's first life:



    I also decided to make new charts for myself, mostly since I think my online persona has changed enough that I'd like to keep new 'votes' separate from those of 2007:

    Johari
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    I did the johari.
    None of the words in the nohari describe you, in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    I have one question.

    I am watching what is going one here and I have one observation.

    We have two categories one good one bad.
    But for me large number of good traits are bad traits and the other way around.

    Here is what I am thinking

    Good

    Tense- usually makes you a jerk
    Spontaneous- disorganised and irresponsible
    Dependable- if they say it is then it must be true
    Religious- this one is highly debatable
    Shy- afraid of life
    Bold and Brave - could mean quite stupid and lack of calculation


    Bad

    Inflexible- can very often be another word for determined
    Cold- stabile and good thinker
    Cowardly- good chance of having a last laugh, or high efficacity
    Aloof , Passive and Distant - could mean objective and observant
    Ignorant- ignorant toward what?
    Humorless- focused toward the task
    Predictable- imagine that everybody are unpredictable
    Vulgar- interesting, maybe even funny
    Over dramatic- someone who fights against BS
    Insensitive- what if person is parasitic or too needy?


    This are the most obvious cases for me. Also this words without context don't say much.
    I know that my system of values is not too close to mainstream values but to what degree this works for others.
    I ask since in may cases good is bad and bad is good for me.
    Contrarian.
    You have a point tho. I would add self-satisfied, passive, dispassionate.
    It really doesn't matter tho.

    What I want to know is where are all the good bad words?
    (deceitful, manipulative, evil, lazy, unstable, promiscuous, arrogant)
    And yet there is duplication: inane, stupid, vacuous, irrational, ignorant, dull.

    Rubbish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    That's ok - they kind of cancel each other out.
    Callous, cold, insensitive I can take, but humourless just about did me in.

    I couldn't do a nohari for you Trin.
    I knew witty was stuffing up but I didnt notice humourless till yours and it just about did me in too. No want

    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Unless you are an open book, ppl online only see what you want them to see. Not so enlightening. These exercises are only really meaningful with people who know you really well.
    I found colorations between cyber beings assessments and the first few results which were from family. There were some suggestions that just didnt fit (from both actually) but its pretty interesting to see how I come across to some as opposed to who I really am.

    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Egh, and on that note I have to stop doing these for other people not only is my computer adding bonus words down the bottom its sneaking hidden results into the percentages too now. My computer is screwed.

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    Cool thing. I have made one too, so whoever wants can go and type me.

    Oh and I did yours already just like you asked me to, Economica.
    Rule #1: Driver picks the music. Shotgun shuts his cakehole.

    Again, Demons I get, but people are just crazy.

    ESTP? o.O

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    so....how many of you had traits that were not known by others? and did you agree with what people saw in you?
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    all of us I'm sure. It's more that in hindsight you can see often see how a particular person got that impression of you, I feel, than agreeing, though there are some in there that I agree with as well. Also, the system is sort of stiffling as you are a) only allowed to submit 5 or 6 adjectives to describe you to begin with, which doesn't guarantee that you are able to describe yourself fully and b) forces you to choose from a list which is obviously not complete.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    so....how many of you had traits that were not known by others? and did you agree with what people saw in you?
    Well, the problem is, you can only pick 5 things. So Personally I would have picked more stuff; also stuff that others picked. So in the end I could just pick what I see most about myself (and I spend time with myself 24/7). It was pretty clear that others would probably pick lots of other things.
    But I will have to wait and see. So far 2 persons did my chart. But this is kind of like my prognosis for how it will turn out in the end.
    Rule #1: Driver picks the music. Shotgun shuts his cakehole.

    Again, Demons I get, but people are just crazy.

    ESTP? o.O

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    I've never much liked the Nohari selection.

    Yes, it demands five choices.
    For some people, there aren't five things I would like to label them with.

    Hence.... not a great test.
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