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    @.~*virinaĉo*~.@ Totenkindly's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by toonia View Post
    I'm okay with my type, but have at times wished I were a giraffe.
    Is this because the tongue of a giraffe is up to 2 feet long and is colored black? (fascinating!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    If you could change personality types, which one would you choose?

    I wish I was an ENTJ.

    How about you?
    I've been pretty content lately, but If I had to choose another type I would go with ENFP, INTP, INTJ (on that order).

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    Something that would allow for better math comprehension, and I think I heard that some personality types are better at "muscle memory" ( hand/eye coordination ? ) too, so that I would have a shot at being a musician.

    A little more "J", for getting things done.

    Whatever personality type that is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Is this because the tongue of a giraffe is up to 2 feet long and is colored black? (fascinating!)


    Actually, that's a little gross, but kinda worth it somehow. I love their lankiness and whimsical patterns.
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    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
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    My live would be so much easier if I were an ESFJ. All the world seems to approve of ESFJs. And there are so many of them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martoon View Post
    Cafe, I hereby declare you Ivy.
    Ivy, I hereby declare you Cafe.
    D'oh! What was I thinking, attempting a swap without a temporary variable? If we say

    Cafe = Ivy
    Ivy = Cafe

    the identity of Cafe will be lost in the first assignment. We need a temporary, disposable soul to hold the identity of Cafe until Ivy can assume it. Oh, what the hell. Let's use MacGuffin.

    MacGuffin = Cafe
    Cafe = Ivy
    Ivy = MacGuffin
    delete MacGuffin

    That's much better. And don't worry Ivy, the assignments are purely atomic, so you won't be left with any MacGuffin residue. Or I'm pretty sure, anyway (MacGuffin does have some sticky properties).
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    If I could also be a guy, I'd opt for ESTJ. Just once I'd like to be on the socially-preferred side of things.
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    INTP.

    But more balanced

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    Quote Originally Posted by faith View Post
    My live would be so much easier if I were an ESFJ. All the world seems to approve of ESFJs. And there are so many of them...

    I hope you were kidding... you thend would be utterly bereft of many merits that you get with your IN and tertiary Ti.. ESFJs tend to have a difficult time building a sound inner identity which is paramount to INFJs..

    Oh and as far as the ESFJ need for approval is concerned and how they get it more than INFJs (because they are so conventional and their Fe is stronger.. the stronger your extroverted judgment... the weaker your introverted judgment and the weaker your introverted judgment... the more difficult of a time you will have keeping long term individualistic goals in perspective.. and the more of a difficult time you will have finding meaning in your life)..ESFJs have a deep need to belong yet are rejected oftenly (more implicitly than explicitly) because they have competence issues...

    Now... for a feeler... that has to be a horrible position to be in...

    And many ESFJs long for acceptance and deem fitting in as their paramount goal and no matter how hard they try... they never seem to get the amount of appreciation and acceptance that they long for... they also have materialism issues... but never mind all of that... the biggest challenge for ESFJs (like many superior Extroverted Judgment types) is finding a sense of inner meaning.. and their conventional ways make it difficult for them to grasp complexities... and this is one thing that INFJs do very well..(INFJs.. as they have Introverted Judgment only in the third position may have somewhat of a difficult time finding an inner purpose that they can stick to... but significantly less of a difficult time than ESFJs are likely to encounter)
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    INFP, only a bit more organized, and with 1337 people skills... and superpowers in general, a time stopping device and the ability to selectively forget experiences so as to be able to experience them again for the very first time... like reading my favourite book more than once and get the same kick from it time after time.

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