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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I would say that the south is VERY SFJ.

    I really like the South, though. Their visual preservation of history (buildings, monuments, parks) satisfies my own interest in history, feeding my weaker yet still present Si, and the Fe means that people act pretty caring for the most part. We have our assholes just like everyone else, but I can guarentee you if you were lying by the side of the road in my town someone would quickly stop to help.

    I actually heard a story recently about a young woman from Pennsylvania who broke down in a West Virginia rural small town, and a man (a stranger) actually allowed her to borrow his truck to drive the rest of the way into Charleston while her car was being fixed.

    Now that's fucking hospitality.
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    South:SJ
    Women:SFJ-the SAHM, the housewife, the warm, polite types, who are comfortable with things as they are
    Men: STJ
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    Midwest:SP and SJ

    North:NT Not all that warm and friendly, but very intellectual

    West:SP-the adventurers seeking the next big break, or next big thing. They don't call it the Wild West for nothin.
    NF-the idealist seeking alternatives to the traditional life, and a platform to voice their ideas in a environment that is open and accepting
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    Quote Originally Posted by EnFpFer View Post
    West:SP-the adventurers seeking the next big break, or next big thing. They don't call it the Wild West for nothin.
    NF-the idealist seeking alternatives to the traditional life, and a platform to voice their ideas in a environment that is open and accepting
    I very much agree with this description of West coast culture too. The bolded part describes my own NF reasoning for moving out West to begin with.

    But then I realized that I missed nice people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I very much agree with this description of West coast culture too. The bolded part describes my own NF reasoning for moving out West to begin with.

    But then I realized that I missed nice people.
    Oh no! Mean people suck. I have wanted to move out West for like, ever. Almost ended up in San Diego and Seattle before, and probably will end up in one of those places, or somewhere on the West Coast. One day.
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    Maine - especially the more rural areas: Introverts. (Traditionally)

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    Prolly is Mass is a bit contrary to your southern warmer nature so you notice it more. Some of those colder cultures you gotta do a little more digging to get underneath the surface.
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    This thread makes me realize why I feel so much like a fish out of water living in the south.

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