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    If I work, it's like a bomb went off where I am. If not working, everything is really neat. It actually annoys even myself. I need someone very different from myself for a mate, if even because I'm a bit tiring to live with and have to be bossy all the time. That annoys me too! Sorry everyone! I do love you all!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    . And frankly, there is rarely a true need to clean.) I could be wrong, of course.

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    Yeah I think it may be a "p" thing. My house is generally clean because I prefer it looking nice and orderly..... However, if it's a busy week then my house slowly descends into chaos until I look around and scream. I live alone with a pet bunny.... How do these messes occur!?! My guess: elves.

    I also think my natural state is just a pinch of chaos with artistic piles everywhere...

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    Yeah... messiness is generally a J/P thing, as everyone has said... although it really depends on the person. I think the difference could be when J's are messy, they have a general place for things, while when P's are messy, it isn't as organized. Maybe not, idk.

    I'm probably an SJ, but my room looks like a tornado just hit it. I also have an SJ older brother, and while he is definitely more orderly than me, he can definitely be quite messy.

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    Yeah, even the J/P connection is questionable, really. I mean, there might be a trend, especially with SJ, but it's not even close to definitive.
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    Everyone thinks I am an S so fuck it. Usually the only thing that is a mess is my car, partly because the only time I notice it is when I am driving.

    If my house is a mess it is usually because I am massively out of sorts or depressed.....or tk hit it in 5 seconds flat.

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    I posted this in the "let us type you by your apartment thread", but I can't seem to find that. These are older photos, but my room looks very similar. It's a highly ordered system, just not conventional.

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    definitely more cluttered than I would prefer for my living space....although again, I don't know if that's necessarily type related, let alone purely S-N.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAJ View Post
    It's a highly ordered system, just not conventional.
    See... now I'm wondering if it's a J trait. Are messy P's still orderly in the sense that everything has it's place? Or when P's are messy are things just randomly strewn about? Also I have the same questions with J's. Hm....

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    Yeah, I can't have my living space that cluttered. It gives me anxiety (and I'm not typically very anxious.)
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