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  • Total neat freak and NF

    1 4.00%
  • Total neat freak and SJ

    0 0%
  • Total neat freak and NT

    3 12.00%
  • Total neat freak and SP

    0 0%
  • Average messiness and NF

    6 24.00%
  • Average messiness and SJ

    0 0%
  • Average messiness and NT

    5 20.00%
  • Average messiness and SP

    2 8.00%
  • Total slob and NF

    6 24.00%
  • Total slob and SJ

    0 0%
  • Total slob and NT

    1 4.00%
  • Total slob and SP

    1 4.00%
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    Total slob and NF. I'm more sure about the slob thing than the NF.

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    Entropy teaches us that there is way more ways to make a system disorganised than organised
    Hence messiness emerges victorious
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    Very messy but never dirty... I can't stand dirt.

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    I'm a total slob and I don't know if I'm NF, NT or SP.
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    I don't know what "average" "messy" or "neat" are since we usually see other people's houses at their "company best".

    I've been messier than some people in my life and neater than others. Does that make me average? Surely it's affected by sampling (I'm comparing myself almost entirely to college students, for example.)

    I like neatness but tend towards messiness, before getting sick of it and cleaning up again. So average I guess?
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    I've been called a minimalist. And organized. So, there's that


    You'd probably want to see if this is actually correlated with P/J or so

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    Probably about average... no, I'm pretty messy actually.

    Well, I will clean and then be lazy, clean, be lazy, clean, etc. In my own personal space at least. Common space I keep pretty tidy.
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    I am not so bad when I live with others.
    I usually just need a gentle nudge and sometimes, not even.

    However when I live alone, I am not interested in dating and prolly feeling a bit depressed, things tend to get out of hand.

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    I voted for average messiness (NF). I guess I'm not really bothered by some clothes laying around and some occasional dust bunnies rolling around. I don't like dirty dishes, though. Or dirt in general. But I'm not that freaked out if something is out of place. I don't usually mess my place up in a really bad way, so to some people it might seem like I do a vigorous cleaning routine every morning. Pfft. Everything is just organized.

    However, I do seem to have a problem with other people messing up my place and things, I can't really stand that, so my inner dormant neat freak unleashes hell.

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    I don't think I'm super anal, so don't consider myself a 'total neat freak', but I like organized disorganization if there has to be disorganization/ a pile somewhere. :-) And, my personal decorating style/living environment is probably more 'busy' than minimalist, but I don't think it's cluttered. I'm not a pack rat either.

    I also like things to be clean, but I'm not like my mother who starts thinking things are dirty if she hasn't dusted for 2 weeks.

    But anyway. I consider myself a neat person. I hate things thrown randomly on the floor, or in disarray, and I like things being in their place (and like I said, even a small 'pile' of stuff I'm not sure where to put stays in a little organized pile . For me, it's more that this creates the sort of ambience and 'mood' in my space that I desire. Clutter and a mess tends to distract and annoy me, and seems the opposite of peaceful.
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