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    Default Apple Core Personality Theory


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    1) GOOD-GOOD-GOOD

    Their Deal:
    Saints through and through; everyone else other than BAD-GOOD-GOODs makes them a bit uncomfortable; they totally underestimate how bad bad people actually are.

    Why They’re Great: The world needs some people like this to hold everything together; they’re intensely trustworthy.

    Why They’re Shitty: They have potential to suck the fun out of the room; they disapprove of a lot of things.


    Although I was 4 out of 9 on the middle section, so that one was close.

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    3) GOOD-BAD-GOOD
    Their Deal: Their friends chuckle when new people talk about how nice they are; they tend to be friends with a lot of other GOOD-BAD-GOODs; they often feel like they’re worse people than they actually are.

    Why They’re Great: Usually fun and often funny; great social skills.

    Why They’re Shitty: They can be both phony and petty, but nothing too dire.
    7w6 - 2w3 - 8w7 sx/so


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    2) BAD-GOOD-GOOD

    Their Deal: They turn new people off only to be revealed as positively wonderful when you get to know them. GOOD-GOOD-GOODs like to make a token BAD-GOOD-GOOD friend to keep people on their toes.

    Why They’re Great: They’re utterly solid; they detest both phoniness and pettiness; people tend to respect them; they make great leaders.

    Why They’re Shitty: Their ego might be slightly too thrilled with its little “standoffish yet wonderful” thing.


    It was close, only one yes away from BAD-BAD-GOOD.

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    2) BAD-GOOD-GOOD

    Their Deal: They turn new people off only to be revealed as positively wonderful when you get to know them. GOOD-GOOD-GOODs like to make a token BAD-GOOD-GOOD friend to keep people on their toes.

    Why They’re Great: They’re utterly solid; they detest both phoniness and pettiness; people tend to respect them; they make great leaders.

    Why They’re Shitty: Their ego might be slightly too thrilled with its little “standoffish yet wonderful” thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    3) GOOD-BAD-GOOD
    Their Deal: Their friends chuckle when new people talk about how nice they are; they tend to be friends with a lot of other GOOD-BAD-GOODs; they often feel like they’re worse people than they actually are.

    Why They’re Great: Usually fun and often funny; great social skills.

    Why They’re Shitty: They can be both phony and petty, but nothing too dire.

    Im Good-Bad-Good too.

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    Bad - good - good

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    I think I'm a Good-Bad-Good but could argue some others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silvery sleeves View Post
    Bad - bad/good - good
    Yeah on the middle one I could be bad good because I don't necessarily talk differently behind people's backs and I defend friends, I am authentic like that, but I am also indisputably petty, can talk about myself a blue streak, and cause unnecessary drama upon occasion and prefer dark humor, that I can turn against others and I do take pleasure when I imagine people are getting what they deserve so I went definitely with "bad" for my middle.

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    Good - Good - Good

    ... So apparently I'm a saint. Okay.
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