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    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    I made my real life friends take the tests for me.

    Which do you think would be more interesting to examine:

    1. comparing the separate internet (not yet made) and RL versions?
    2. just posting the RL ones and asking for feedback from internet?
    3. some other option
    I would be curious to know how the internet ones differ from the ones from people who know you IRL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I'm going to quibble about the assumptions made with the bolded phrase [At the very basic, how can you actually make a statement like that WITHOUT even knowing everyone IRL... and thus you WOULD be actually to better critique them accurately? Isn't your statement inherently contradictory?], but I agree that the xohari pages must be taken with a sense of their limitations.
    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    Oh yeah, I don't agree that online and offline personalities are vastly different (maybe for people who repress their personalities offline?). I do think they're different enough that it's more meaningful to do separate charts.
    True enough. A propensity for hyperbole has always been a weakness of mine.

    I don't mind helping out for the people who want it, but given that I think everyone's personae on this board and their actual personalities are different, I have to question how useful the results will be.
    Fixed!

    Edit: Man, it's so tempting to tick off "stupid" on the NTs' Noharis just to screw with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    I would be curious to know how the internet ones differ from the ones from people who know you IRL.
    Noteable Differences (skipping out any votes with less than 4 IRL):

    Known to Self & Others
    Real Life: Reflective (5); Clever (4).
    MBTIc: Reflective (3); Confident (3); Independent (3).

    Known to Others
    Real Life: Energetic (4); Logical (6); Observant (6); Organized (4); Searching (4); trustworthy (5).
    MBTIc: Intelligent (6); Searching (3); Self-Assertive (4)

    Not Known to Others (but known to self)
    Real Life: wise
    MBTIc: clever

    To sum:
    Although generally speaking, the parts of my identity came across both online and IRL, they appear to be differently weighted between the two worlds.
    For instance, although my friends did pick things like intelligent/ingenious/knowledgeable (which were all selected a few times but not many times each), the dominant theme to my Real Life friend identity was my clever/observant/needing to grow myself aspect of my personality. The Ni, perhaps? The TJness showed up IRL also with my logical/organized part getting a lot of hits.
    Reflective came up on both. Would this be attributed to INxx? IxxJ?
    However, on MBTIc, not one person picked clever. What do people think this means? (I'm asking not because I care that no one picked clever, but what does this mean for how I am different IRL vs. online?) Is this a different use of Ni in my two worlds, or is this just plain different?
    I've also had people handwrite thank-you notes or verbalize that they appreciate my wisdom when it comes to helping them decipher a situation or figure out what to do or just flesh out an issue. But, not one of my RL friends mentioned "wise". To be honest, I am not surprised. If I didn't have the thank you notes, etc. to remind me, I might be second-guessing this of myself if my friends didn't see it in me. But, it's just that I give off my goofy-energy-clever-wondering vibes far more than I allow people to see my personal, serious side. I'm not hiding it, but it's quite personal and when I'm not intimately relating to people, like when I'm around multiple friends, I tend to stay distant from this personal side of me.

    (Most of my RL friends did not do the negative traits; the ones that were picked, however, were distant, withdrawn, aloof and insensitive. Perhaps my ENFJ skills aren't being employed as much as they could be around my RL friends that know the real me very well.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mycroft View Post
    Edit: Man, it's so tempting to tick off "stupid" on the NTs' Noharis just to screw with them.
    Ha, now THAT made me laugh! (And I am jealous for not thinking of it first.)
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mycroft View Post
    Edit: Man, it's so tempting to tick off "stupid" on the NTs' Noharis just to screw with them.
    If you thought that was tempting, did you even notice "incompetent" was an option? (Although that would be cruel, a bit like pouring acid on a wound.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by athenian200 View Post
    If you thought that was tempting, did you even notice "incompetent" was an option? (Although that would be cruel, a bit like pouring acid on a wound.)
    "ahhh... it burns, it burns...!!"
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

    “Pleasure to me is wonder—the unexplored, the unexpected, the thing that is hidden and the changeless thing that lurks behind superficial mutability. To trace the remote in the immediate; the eternal in the ephemeral; the past in the present; the infinite in the finite; these are to me the springs of delight and beauty.” ~ H.P. Lovecraft

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    Interesting concept...

    Johari Window - Describe TenebrousReflection
    Nohari Window - Describe TenebrousReflection

    Trying to even think of things for the Nohari window for others is very difficult, so if you see soemthing from me that doesn't seem to fit, its probably more of trying to speculate on "maybe a little of this" kinda thing because trying to choose 5 or 6 negatives (and sometiems even 1) is difficult (I think I'll go with anonymous for the nohari stuff).

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    So, I don't post here as much anymore, but hey, I'll try anyway. And I'll do my best for everyone else I know. Please note that most of my answers were done quickly, without too much deep analysis - so if something I've put down is confusing/hurtful, then just ignore it. Assume I just don't know you well enough.

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    The Nohari Window - Describe Arctic
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    Extraversion (52%) ---- Introversion (48%)
    Sensing (26%) ---- iNtuition (74%)
    Thinking (16%) ---- Feeling (84%)
    Judging (5%) ---- Perceiving (95%)

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    This was a nice thread to bump, it was kind of interesting to be able to go back and see people's attitudes from a few months ago.

    (Also, I filled in a few people that I hadn't done the first time through.)

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