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    this is my winter song EJCC's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    SJs are easy to bribe if you conceal the bribe as part of a process that you create, they identify with, and you allow them to use it and claim it as their own. It's all about giving them their way, but getting what you want out of it too.
    Not that you would know about that or anything...

    For me, it depends on the issue. If it was something I thought was a moral issue (e.g. paying me to keep silent about something), you pretty much couldn't convince me otherwise. But small things? Very different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Habba View Post
    Yes, SJs are somewhat east to bribe, if you know how to do it. "Think of your family first" works very well. As loyalty is on high priority for SJs, one just has to find a loyalty that is higher than the SJs loyalty towards his duty, and then use it.

    Also, SJs have inferior Ne, which might make them think of all kinds of scenarios, that would justify their bribes. "I work harder than anyone else, but they still pay the same. I deserve this extra money!".

    I'd say NFs are far more harder to bribe, since they are idealists, and bribing is essentially completely against ideals. Where S might see an opportunity for extra profit, NF sees a pitfall of unmorality and a challenge of will power.
    Reminds me of Butters's hilariously ESTJ father on South Park, when Paris Hilton offers to buy Butters for $200 million.

    "I know this would be traumatic for Butters, but we have to think about the REST of the family!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I'm pretty easy to bribe. Most times, I don't need the money and will just do it on a double dare.
    Thats the easiest way to sucker me in.

    Everyone has their price, got to find the weakness though.
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