Eh, i understand the lack of SJs. both my parents are SJs and i don't know if they are serious or not but i'm serious and explaining something very simply but they refuse to understand any of it unless i give them a concrete example of it. it's the most infuriating thing ever. i mean, maybe if i was an SJ i would mentally keep track of everything that happens to me but i would rather get high forget all my problems and talk to another human being by exchanging opinions and thoughts and ideas than have to give my parents another mother &*^#ing example for them.
I apologize if this isn't an SJ thing and my parents are just retarded, but that's why i never really have that meaningful of conversations with them and since we're basically extrapolating off of theories on this forum this could possibly explain the lack.
That is not an SJ thing. That is entirely your parents, and you. There are a billion exceptions to the stereotype/rule that you perceive your parents as following -- and SJs, like every other type, have the capacity to understand new theories when they're presented to them.
Based on the way you were just talking about your parents, have you ever considered the idea that the only reason why you perceive them as SJ is that they tell you what rules to follow, and appear (from your perspective) to have a hard time figuring out new concepts? Because that is no way to judge a person's type -- and that is a perfect example of what some on this thread have been suggesting, i.e. that more people on this forum may be SJ but mistyped because they have an image of SJs as being unable/unwilling to have theoretical discussions.