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    Quote Originally Posted by FrisbeeLad View Post
    I hope this isn't like a dog or cat's sniff greeting!
    *looks at her own avatar* :yim_rolling_on_the_
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrisbeeLad View Post
    Hey Grayscale,

    Is your avatar picture from the Princess Bride? My wife LOVES that movie and quotes it ALL the time. "Anybody want a peanut?..."
    "...so I clearly can't choose the cup in front of you!"

    i have no idea where this avatar is from, actually.

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    Welcome!

    I take it you like a rousing game of Ultimate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrisbeeLad View Post
    P.S. I always thought that our type dynamic has been labeled a "supplement". And that the "anima" for an ISTP was an ENFP. What IS the "type" definition of anima?
    In MBTI terms, anima/animus reffers to the type that has the opposite letters to you.

    ESTP - INFJ
    ISTJ - ENFP

    I don't remember what they call matches that share only the first letter.
    I believe keirsey calls types that share only the last letter(ISTP - ENFP) each other's novelty.
    I don't how widely used these other terms are, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FrisbeeLad View Post
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    What's your dynamic like?
    You mean and my husband?
    (Just a little personal... and very INTPish, by the way)
    Historically speaking... averaging it out... he neglects me, and I let him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascademn View Post
    Organic food's excellent too - although it's so darn expensive!!

    [And it doesn't hurt that you have an appreciation for INFJ's!! ]
    Thanks!!! As for organic food, the old cliche has a lot of truth to it "You are what you eat." Plus...I'd rather spend the money upfront instead of later on health care bills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrisbeeLad View Post
    I've already posted a couple times, but thought I should come back here and introduce myself as well.

    Me: ISTP, border-line E...as a folks that don't know MBTI very well think I am...but NO!!! Definitely I (just throw me in a sea of people I don't know, doing something that seems uninteresting, and watch me hide in a corner or flee for an exit)

    Raised by an INFP mom (dad's an ISTJ)...so sort of have an understanding of N's...most of my friends and wife are N's. That could simply be from going to University, where S's tend to be weeded out more often. You gotta admit...University's are geared far more for N's to succeed and travel onto to post-grad studies.

    Hobbies: Ultimate Frisbee (15 years and counting), MBTI, investing, fantasy football, board games, outdoors - hiking, camping, fishing

    Loves: my wife (INFJ), green/white teas and dark chocolate and organic food

    I've been learning about MBTI for about 10 years now, actually 15 years. Whoa!!! Wasn't sure about my choice for college majors and took a careers class. Got exposed and initially typed there. I find "type" and type-watching amazing stuff. You can garnish sooo much insight about people and their relationships with others from this stuff. Love it!!!

    So...I'm looking forward to talking about my idears, observations, and experiences with "type". Glad to be here.

    What's weird is that I NEVER thought a multi-type forum like this existed. In the past, I've looked for this but it tended to be type-specific...like the ENFP's group. And I noticed not many ISTP's are into this stuff nor would they have a tendency to start their own forum. I was simply doing a Google search today for Tom Brady's type and found some chatter about him here. Cool!!!

    Talk to you all soon!!! I did read about someone's post about ISTP rambling a lot. Funny!!!
    Hello, FrisbeeLad. Welcome to MBTI Central. Feel free to ask any questions you may have about MBTI or general psychology.

    I'm glad you're interested in type. How indicative do you think it is of people's actual behaviors?

    What's the difference between Ultimate Frisbee and regular Frisbee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    *looks at her own avatar* :yim_rolling_on_the_
    Good one!!! That nose is coming towards me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by athenian200 View Post
    How indicative do you think it is of people's actual behaviors?

    What's the difference between Ultimate Frisbee and regular Frisbee?
    Hmmm...I think there's a very strong component between one's type and demeanor as well as motivations. Behavior...not sure...that might be more learned than based on type. Maybe one's type-based demeanor and motivations lend an influence on how one's environment could shape their behavior.

    As for Ultimate Frisbee versus regular Frisbee...Ultimate...you wear cleats, play on a team of seven versus another seven people, sprint/start/stop/cut like soccer players, and run on a field/pitch that slightly smaller than an American football field. That's a very brief answer. Regular Frisbee, I'm assuming you mean two or a few folks just tossing a plastic disc back and forth on some grass or the beach somewhere. Ultimate players expend a lot energy. Competitive Ultimate players expend much more energy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    In MBTI terms, anima/animus reffers to the type that has the opposite letters to you.

    ESTP - INFJ
    ISTJ - ENFP

    I don't remember what they call matches that share only the first letter.
    I believe keirsey calls types that share only the last letter(ISTP - ENFP) each other's novelty.
    I don't how widely used these other terms are, though.
    That's right...I remember now. Novelty...ISTP-ENFP. Anima is the complete opposite type. I think my wife and I then are the "Supplement" type (ISTP-INFJ).

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