Sex - aphrodite-gone-awry and SS
Masters of the Absurd – avolkiteshvara, Halla, Edgar, Mystic Tator Curzon and Luminosity
Empathetic - Biaxident and Elaur
Logic – bananatrombones
Typology – Black cat and Simulated Word and VagrantFarce
Martial Arts – Disco Biscuit and Ji
Music – Fidelia, visaisahero and The Outsider
Simpatico – Jenifer and EnFpFer
Feisty – Jenocide, JustHer, Morgan ThatGirl , timeless and Qre:us
Sisterly - marmalade.sunrise
Balance – Night and Ivy
Endearing – ayoitsStepho, sky is blue and shortnsweet
One Liners – Jag, entrope, bananatrombones, Edgar and Alwar
Politics – Risen, ergophobe, aj, fecal mc, and puremercury.
Key INTP Perspective – Shimmy, Blank, Wildcat, Fluffywolf, Magic P and Sarcastus
Catholicism – Peguy (Edit Sorry about typo in the name spelling now fixed)
Still haven’t figured out: Katsumi , Tinkerbell and everybody else
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Originally Posted by Edgar
Spamtar - a strange combination of boorish drunkeness and erudite discussions, or what I call "an Irish academic"
"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray
It's interesting that no-one even knows (or possibly cares) what i do
So i'll just leave you guessing (Because i know that everyone is desperate to know)
Or i'll leave it up to Berbs to tell what i'm an expert in....
oohh the suspense, it's killing you (all)
"We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"
I'm looking at it from the same perspective as three people meeting up in real life. Two don't know each other. The third gives both parties a slight bit of information to facilitate conversation.
That would be a private conversation, not a public advertisement.
Man, I just don't see how something as mundane as this can be seen as a popularity contest, or as an unnecessary intrusion on people's privacy. However, I am interested in how and why others do view it that way.
Really? Then you don't understand people very well.
I agree that it is mundane. Banal, even.
But the fact is that every other thread on here is a popularity contest. Who is the best this, who is the worst that, top 5 whatever, which type sucks at X which type would you like to blah blah blah. Subverting the goals of MBTI which are about moving away from a preoccupation with judgments of better and worse. It is about valuing diversity. Goals which presumably attracted many people to the system in the first place. I find this odd. It seems the relentless drive to establish status and draw up hierarchies cannot be escaped - even where it has no relevance whatsoever.
I fail to see what possible value this thread has outside of this tradition. For one thing, many of the so-called experts are nothing of the sort, although this is really too trivial to debate. Second, if you need information on a specific topic you can just start a personal thread to solicit opinion from as wide an audience as possible - not even real experts have a monopoly on good advice.
Originally Posted by Ivy
Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.