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    INF: Most likely to try to defend their type in threads like this.

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    ^ Don't forget "most likely to imagine their type is the only one that ever gets generalized criticisms/pretend they're being singled out when this happens"!
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    ^ Don't forget "most likely to imagine their type is the only one that ever gets generalized criticisms/pretend they're being singled out when this happens"!
    This is one of my favorite things about them, and I can never understand the outrage.



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    lol, sorry then

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    Scott said "doing it."
    eNFJ 4w3 sx/so 468 tritype
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    RLUEI, Choleric/Melancholic
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    Dramatic>Sensitive>Serious

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Scott said "doing it."
    *giggles madly*



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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott N Denver View Post
    MBTI types and their relation to a theoretical cult [or group if you prefer]


    INFP: most likely to end up marrying a cult leader
    ENFJ: most likely to end up being that cult leader, or at least its "face"
    E_FP: most likely to leave cult "cuz its just not fun anymore"
    INFJ: if the ENFJ is just a face,m then the INFJ is the behind the scenes leader
    _STP: too busy out skateboarding to even hear about cult
    INTP: most likely to completely analyze the theoretical inconsistencies of the cults beliefs/values/writing/wahetevr/etc
    ENTP: "your cult would be so much cooler if you guys believed ____"
    INTJ: most likely to tell the cult to go f_ck itelf, but only if it comes up anyways
    ENTJ: most likely to bring up on their own to tell the cult to go f_ck itself
    ESTJ: "how is this cult stealing all of my people???"
    ISTJ: "sir, I made the kool aid to your stringent specifications"
    Lol. That's pretty good. I've done that.

    I was at a group presentation which I knew damn well was merely a front for multi-level marketing.
    It really pissed me off.
    There was about 100-150 people there.
    The speaker was dishing out so much bullshit, I got fed up with it.

    I stood up in the middle of the meeting, pointed my finger at the speaker and said,
    "You are so full of fucking shit. Who the hell do you think you are kidding?"
    Then I left.

    Yes, jaws were on the floor as I walked out.
    I didn't give a shit.

    I did the same thing when I was 5 years old.
    I was on a TV show called Romper Room.
    I stood up, pointed my finger at the hostess and said:
    "That's not a magic mirror, you're lying!"

    Of course they had to stop taping because of me.
    I got yelled at by the Director.
    So I told my Mom I never wanted to go on that show again.
    I refused to get yelled at for telling the truth.

    And people wonder how certain functions get so strong?
    Most parents would have tried to stifle my Te.
    My Mom always laughed at mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Lol. That's pretty good. I've done that.

    I was at a group presentation which I knew damn well was merely a front for multi-level marketing.
    It really pissed me off.
    There was about 100-150 people there.
    The speaker was dishing out so much bullshit, I got fed up with it.

    I stood up in the middle of the meeting, pointed my finger at the speaker and said,
    "You are so full of fucking shit. Who the hell do you think you are kidding?"
    Then I left.

    Yes, jaws were on the floor as I walked out.
    I didn't give a shit.

    I did the same thing when I was 5 years old.
    I was on a TV show called Romper Room.
    I stood up, pointed my finger at the hostess and said:
    "That's not a magic mirror, you're lying!"

    Of course they had to stop taping because of me.
    I got yelled at by the Director.
    So I told my Mom I never wanted to go on that show again.
    I refused to get yelled at for telling the truth.

    And people wonder how certain functions get so strong?
    Most parents would have tried to stifle my Te.
    My Mom always laughed at mine.
    haha, fuckin' hilarious. What type was your mom, do you know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott N Denver View Post
    MBTI types and their relation to a theoretical cult [or group if you prefer]


    INFP: most likely to end up marrying a cult leader
    ENFJ: most likely to end up being that cult leader, or at least its "face"
    E_FP: most likely to leave cult "cuz its just not fun anymore"
    INFJ: if the ENFJ is just a face,m then the INFJ is the behind the scenes leader
    _STP: too busy out skateboarding to even hear about cult
    INTP: most likely to completely analyze the theoretical inconsistencies of the cults beliefs/values/writing/wahetevr/etc
    ENTP: "your cult would be so much cooler if you guys believed ____"
    INTJ: most likely to tell the cult to go f_ck itelf, but only if it comes up anyways
    ENTJ: most likely to bring up on their own to tell the cult to go f_ck itself
    ESTJ: "how is this cult stealing all of my people???"
    ISTJ: "sir, I made the kool aid to your stringent specifications"
    I have an inner monologue that sounds strikingly similar to something off Animal Planet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott N Denver View Post

    ESFJ: "Well EVERYONE is doing it!" or alternately "all the GOOD people are doing it!"
    Everyone is good, they have to be or else my world will crumble.

    I did that the other day. 2 cars in front of me and instead of them taking the mini roundabout from the left, they both took it from the right.
    I did the same.
    I told my mum and got some serious grief as apparently it is illegal.
    My argument, they did it and is it illegal if no police see it take place?
    Oopppss.
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