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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Er, I'm uh, sorry? For the page, I mean.
    LOL... that wasn't really directed at you, but I had a burning hatred for that page brewing for some time and I had to release a little of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    looks like it. or maybe gurkees.

    but not to get too off topic...

    NF jesus:


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    NT jesus:


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    (^ NT jesus Ctrl+Ss...)
    I think SP Jesus #1 is my favorite.

    NF Jesus #2 is also cool, but looks kind of Hindu or Buddhist lol.

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    Keirsey describes all SPs, Sjs, Nfs and NTs as a whole, and the result is the Artisan Description is very ESxP, the Guradian description very xSTJ, the Idealist description very INFx, and the Rational description very INTJ. SInce the descriptions are supposed to xSxP, xSxJ, xNFx, and xNTx, you really shouldn't completely relate to any of them.

    On another note, it has often been said that ENFPs are half Artisan. Also, the Artisan temperament is kind of like a dark-side Idealist (and vice versa), so they kind of seem like our twins and our opposites at the same time.

    And on an entirely unrelated note, if you're an ENFP 4, 6, or 7 Enneagram, these are also common types for Artisans, which may have something to do with what you experienced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiharu View Post
    Keirsey describes all SPs, Sjs, Nfs and NTs as a whole, and the result is the Artisan Description is very ESxP, the Guradian description very xSTJ, the Idealist description very INFx, and the Rational description very INTJ. SInce the descriptions are supposed to xSxP, xSxJ, xNFx, and xNTx, you really shouldn't completely relate to any of them.

    On another note, it has often been said that ENFPs are half Artisan. Also, the Artisan temperament is kind of like a dark-side Idealist (and vice versa), so they kind of seem like our twins and our opposites at the same time.
    By that rationale, I would be ESFP because I'm a fan of black comedy, horror movies and am not afraid to argue with people. Artisan SPs are the dark side of an Idealist NF? Nah...I dunno maybe some NFs really are that innocent, but I don't know that I ever was, past the age of about 12.

    Just because someone likes abstract theory and is a Feeler doesn't mean they're "pure" or incapable of defending themselves, or any less capable appreciating the dark side of humanity.


    And on an entirely unrelated note, if you're an ENFP 4, 6, or 7 Enneagram, these are also common types for Artisans, which may have something to do with what you experienced.
    Fair enough.

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