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    Carerra Lu IZthe411's Avatar
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    Default You can trade in one 'letter' of your type, for the opposite...........

    So if you are an I, you'd become an E, If you prefer F, you'd rely more on T............yeah you get it, a swap.

    The thing is, it's a trial basis. so, let's say, maybe after a month, you'd switch back to your original preference. A month is probably a good enough amount of time to experience fully whatever letter you trade in.

    Oh yeah, you can trade in any combination as well, so if you want to trade in you IS for EN, that's perfectly fine.

    So, which would you trade in? Would it be one? Two?, maybe all 4?

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    I'd love to be an S, just for a month. It seems so much simpler and whimsical on that side of the fence. *wistful sigh*
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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyGrass View Post
    I'd love to be an S, just for a month. It seems so much simpler and whimsical on that side of the fence. *wistful sigh*
    Funny I'd like to be an N, and see what the hoopla is all about. Especially if I was an NT, it seems like I'd be invincible!!


    On a separate take, I'd like to be an F. I really want to know what goes on in their brains. I really do.

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    I would definitely trade my I for an E!
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    Hmmmn most definately trade in F for T.

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    i'd trade my F for a T sadly...but only if i could retain everything i've already learned through being a feeler type.


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    I'd trade my P for J in a heartbeat.

    I just can't take all this indecisiveness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyGrass View Post
    I'd love to be an S, just for a month. It seems so much simpler and whimsical on that side of the fence. *wistful sigh*
    Just wait till you meet those N-people... Then you'll be like .



    Now what would I want to try? Let's think about it:

    E: Well, could be nice to be able to relate to surroundings more. Probably would get to know more people and it would help networking. But ESTJ and ISTJ sound so similar, except that ESTJ seems to be more of manager while ISTJ is doer.

    N: An INTJ? No thanks.

    F: Hmm... might be an interesting thing to try. ISFJ are good with people, even though they are little whimpy... This might sound like a funny experiment.

    P: Well, for some reason I have great respect for ISTP people. They seem like laid-back guys/gals who can do almost anything with their hands. They are not afraid of hard work (when they are interested). Still, I feel that ISTPs lack ambition and are too humble for their own good. Also, they come as short-sighted at times. But they are cool people otherwise. This might be a good choice too.


    So it's really a battle between F and P. Like you can see from my signature, I'm very J, so switch to P would be a huge one. And given that I've been dating some ISFJs, and have ISFJs close to me in my life, I'd probably would go for P since it's more unknown to me. (EDIT: Apparantly I didn't know myself as well as I had thought... My signature doesn't show that I'm very J. )

    So, I'd go for ISTP. And what would I do if I was ISTP?

    1. Clean my house. ISTP's secondary Se couldn't stand the state of my house.
    2. Would be kick-ass at sports. For some reasons, all the greatest athletics seem to be xSTP.
    3. Would get a driver's lisence and a car. Every xSTP has a need for speed.
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    I would swap I for E. World seems more tailor-made for an E. ESTJ seems like a very desirable personality in the workplace too.

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    I'd like to learn how to be more intuitive so N most definitely.

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