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    So I was thinking the other day, what would be absolute torture to certain types? Here's what I mean:

    An E on a deserted island
    An I being constantly hounded by paparazzi/attention
    An S forced to read a philosophy dissertation
    An N forced to work in a cold, dark, gloomy factory
    A T forced to watch romantic comedies
    An F forced to stay in a room with critics like Simon Cowell
    A J whose every little plans seem to be disrupted or go wrong
    A P forced to live according to a strict schedule with little change or variation

    Can you think of anymore? & remember, this is all for fun

    Sarah (girlnamedbless) deserves some credit for this as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    An INTJ working for Dilbert's manager.

    An INFP working as a stockbroker.

    An ESTJ driving a Datsun 120B.

    An ENTJ stuck on a desert island with an INTJ.

    An INFJ working as a camera(wo)man on the Jerry Springer Show.


    I imagine I'd hate telephone sales and accounting even more than being a stockbroker, but some stockbrokers have to do that too, so stockbroker can stay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    An INFJ working as a camera(wo)man on the Jerry Springer Show.
    I could think of worse.

    Like being forced to present statistics about statistics about statistics to people who do not understand the first five times and continually ask the same question...no matter WHERE you are...and the statistics being presented keep changing drastically until the very last nanosecond.

    But working for the Jerry Springer Show would indeed lead to some brain cell nukage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    An ENTJ stuck on a desert island with an INTJ.
    ENTJ: OK! Let's go get some food
    INTJ: No.
    ENTJ: Just move damnit!
    INTJ: No.
    ENTJ: We need to!
    INTJ: Define "need"
    ENTJ: Quit fucking around and move!
    INTJ: I'm doing it on my own
    ENTJ: But this is a desert island, and humans are social animals, we have to stick together!
    INTJ: [doesn't answer]
    ENTJ: Oh come on man! Move or I'll kick your butt!
    INTJ: I don't care
    ENTJ: Do it!!
    INTJ: Or else? I'm the only person here and you're an E
    ENTJ:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    ENTJ: OK! Let's go get some food
    INTJ: No.
    ENTJ: Just move damnit!
    INTJ: No.
    ENTJ: We need to!
    INTJ: Define "need"
    ENTJ: Quit fucking around and move!
    INTJ: I'm doing it on my own
    ENTJ: But this is a desert island, and humans are social animals, we have to stick together!
    INTJ: [doesn't answer]
    ENTJ: Oh come on man! Move or I'll kick your butt!
    INTJ: I don't care
    ENTJ: Do it!!
    INTJ: Or else? I'm the only person here and you're an E
    ENTJ:

    Maybe an INTP would be a better fit for the ENTJ's conversation partner? They are even more individualistic and more difficult to subjugate. And have even less of a social need than INTJs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    ENTJ: OK! Let's go get some food
    INTP: Before doing anything, I think we should make a cost/benefit analysis to figure out which source of food would provide us with max. nutritional value and min. physicall activity. E.g. the energy spend on collecting heavy water melons would probably surpass the energy provided by consuming them due to its approx 90% water content. On the other hand, the human body can survive many days without food as long as it isn't dehydrated hmmm...... Again, I think we should analyze other nutrious options before starting to use our current physicall energy reserves.
    You sure you wouldn't prefer the company of an INTJ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Park View Post
    You sure you wouldn't prefer the company of an INTJ?
    Nope.

    INTP: Before doing anything, I think we should make a cost/benefit analysis to figure out which source of food would provide us with max. nutritional value and min. physicall activity. E.g. the energy spend on collecting heavy water melons would probably surpass the energy provided by consuming them due to its approx 90% water content. On the other hand, the human body can survive many days without food as long as it isn't dehydrated hmmm...... Again, I think we should analyze other nutrious options before starting to use our current physicall energy reserves.
    ENTJ: human body may survive without food, but it will not function to its optimal level.The problem is that the time necessary to do this analysis will be longer than the time before which we need caloric intake. Hunger has a significant impact on cognitive functions. Sorry, since we have no access to the internet you'll have to trust me without me providing a reference. As such, we should start by finding some food first, then we can make the analysis you suggest to maximize the efficiency of our future endeavours.

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