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    Nips away your dignity Fluffywolf's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    Bad Jim does fine with perceivers. Perceivers do not do well with Bad Jim.

    Bad Jim says: If you don't want to be judged on your poor judgements then avoid making poor judgements.

    It would be a poor judgement on Bad Jim's part if he ignored that other people make poor judgements. Bad Jim doesn't endorse poor judgement.
    Bad Jim got me there.

    Or wait, I don't mind being judged on poor judgements... So where did the joke go wrong. Oooh, I see, I made a poor judgement about the poor judgement you judged me on. Such irony.
    ~Self-depricating Megalomaniacal Superwolf

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    I'll nevr change

    dis ma shit, dat INFP shit

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    Why is everybody changing their mbti types?
    because they can

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    I don't know, but it makes me stubbornly cling to my type, insisting I am nothing but an ordinary INFP .

    I think many of the reasons have been noted, but I think another is "specialness", aka "I'm too special to be XXXX type (insert common forum type) like everyone else here" or "I'm too special to be just one type so I'll put a word for my type" or "I'm too different from other XXXXs, so maybe I am something else (ie. something more special)".
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    ^Huh, funny, I've never considered that for a reason at all before.

    I've always assumed a person is either joking or genuinely questing or just over the seriousness of having a type listed and wants to have fun.

    Perhaps posters who don't list their type want to be related to on a more personal level instead of via their type. Or don't want to be seen as speaking for an entire type.

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    To make you ask questions.

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    Latest scientific studies show that typology can cause severe brain damage, eventually making some people hallunicate they're some kind of weird geometrically shaped hyena that chases around the individual letters of E,I,N,S,T,P,J,F in an infinite blackhole of time, where they enternally struggle to catch all the letters but continously fail - being able to capture only a few at a time. Try as you might, you maybe able to catch E today but never I, S but never N, F but never T, P but never J. Every day the cycle is always repeated, only with different letters and combinations. E today, I tomorrow, and so on. You poor souls!

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    I never changed my type. I've known it all along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bionic View Post
    I never changed my type. I've known it all along.
    Then there's the attention whores
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