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    Default Test your typing skills! Type these already-typed people

    I've always wondered how accurate people here are at typing from the descriptions posted.

    Below, I have written descriptions of people who have already been tested (some by the official MBTI, some by online tests). Try and guess which type each of them are! I will reveal them after a bit.

    I have done my best to avoid putting things in that are directly connected with the four letters as best I could, and have tried to describe them as I would if I actually wanted types on them.

    Some are easy, some may be more difficult. Any types are fair game, some may or may not be used multiple times. Try your luck! It's pretty similar to Jeffster's thread, but they won't be people you might know already.

    I tried to keep each relatively short.

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    PERSON #1:

    This guy, in all honesty, is a dick. He's not afraid to get confrontational and in your face. He's friendly and isn't always a complete asshole though. He walks around with a popped collar, frequently in casinos talking shit to dealers and losing money. He spends a lot of time in his room, but is also out and about a lot and enjoys the party life. He's a ladies man when he wants to be.

    He's slightly manipulative. He also enjoys poking people to get reactions, and doesn't care what anyone thinks of him. Doesn't take kindly to people telling him what to do.

    He has a very commanding personality. Without me even knowing it, he consistently manages to put himself in a position of authority over me in any activity or conversation. It doesn't really matter if I try and fight him off, he just keeps talking down to you until you accept it.

    He isn't always a dick though, often he's a good friend and a pretty funny guy. He gets into social circles with relative ease, and there's just SOMETHING that you like about him. I enjoy his company.

    He says edgy and ridiculous stuff that most of us would be embarrassed to say, and can liven up a conversation VERY well. He talks over you a lot, but he can listen when he needs to.

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    PERSON #2:

    The weirdest, strangest, most brilliant mother fucker I know. He's insanely smart, and enjoys things like programming, logic games, and philosophical discussions. He is quoted as saying, "I think that using logic to justify everything is good, and I seem to do that more than most people."

    He has little to no social skills, and shows very little emotion. Unless you know him, he never acts like who he really is. He just puts on a polite, curtious face for those he doesn't know well, and will not break it until he's known for you a while. He is in fact, polite and curtious to everyone, but he puts on an intense outer defense to strangers.

    I've never seen him talk about any sort of emotional change, or show any for that matter. He's almost always in the same mood. Never gets mad, never gets overly excited.

    He lives his life by literally, an EXACT schedule. So much so that he might be borderline OCD.

    He sees absolutely no value in let's say, going out to eat. Why go out to eat when you could just stay at home and eat? It's cheaper, and you can still talk. When he does go out, he can't stand noisy places. He listens to music on volume -100, same with the TV.

    He's extremely funny and witty, and has a style of humor I've never seen anyone else have. He has a ridiculous deadpan delivery, almost never changing facial expression or tone during a joke. Some people don't even realize he's joking. He tells jokes that make you think quickly to get the punch line. For example, he will give you step A and B of the joke, and it's up to you to infer steps C, D and E by yourself based on the situation.

    He can figure out a solution for just about anything, and it's usually the most efficient and the most innovative at the same time.

    He's very honest, and a very good person. He is never intentionally mean to someone, and tries to be a good, upstanding citizen (always recycles, saves power and water even when not needed, sorts trash, doesn't let anything go to waste, etc. This could be an environmental thing though.)

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    PERSON #3:

    He's both the biggest asshole I know and the nicest person I know. One moment, he can be saying things that are so ridiculously insensitive (but funny), and the next he's feeling remorse for how he wronged someone. He's always there in the end, very dependable and loyal it seems (to me at least).

    Like person #2, he's also into computer programming and the such, although he's much less serious about life in-general and more willing to go "live a little". He seems to work hard party hard, working intensely during the week, and having fun with friends and at parties on the weekends.

    He's quick-witted, and has a very unique style of humor. He loves being the center of attention, and tries to make friends with everyone he meets. He is always on the move and wanting to do things, even if it's just for the sake of doing them.

    After going somewhere, he doesn't seem to feel "recharged", but rather retreats to his room for a while.

    He is very creative and resourceful

    Has trouble with common household tasks, despite being good at other stuff. If it's right in front of him, things might get ugly.

    He seems to have a ton of acquaintances, but only a handful of close friends (that I've seen).

    He is extremely open minded, and it's very easy to get him to change his stance in an argument as long as you present good, logical evidence in the right way. He'll try pretty much everything once.

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    PERSON #4:

    She is very nice...to your face. She tries to be friends with everyone, and then talks crap about those friends to other friends she knows. When you confront her, she breaks down and starts trying to guilt trip you into taking it back. She's also an INTENSE gossip, and is up in everyone's business.

    She is the definition of passive-aggressive. If for example, she wants you to come over to her place instead of her coming to you, she won't tell you. Instead, she'll say things like "Man...I've been working all day....I don't feel much like driving anymore today lol". She constantly tries to hint at things, but will never say them.

    She doesn't pick up well on things unless I blatantly say them. A lot of my references and jokes seem to be lost on her.

    She does have a very good heart though, despite her flaws. She helps counsel her friends through tough times and does genuinely care about her friends and those close to her. She's just not very good at dealing with her problems with others.

    She is a control freak when it comes to her boyfriend. She tries to manipulate and control who he hangs out with, and insists on going EVERYWHERE he goes. It's never "oh, I can't I go", it's "WE can't go".

    She's a people person though, and is good at networking and making good first impressions. She likes going to dances and such, and just hanging out with her friends. She used to be a dance teacher, and likes kids. She also gets very upset when you leave her out of activities or if she can't go to any group thing.

    She talks a lot, and can be really good at making you feel comfortable and at ease.

    (Yeah, I don't like her a whole lot, so this may be a tad biased. These are the only things that come to mind though).

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    OK that's it for now. There are one or two that may be blatant, but some may surprise you, I have no idea.

    Go for it.
    The probability that I was procrastinating when I was typing this post:

    P(have big assignment due) = 0.6
    P(posting on TypoC) = 0.2
    P(having big assignment due | posting on TypoC) = 0.7

    P(posting on TypoC | having big assignment due) = .......


    Eh, I'll finish it later.

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    I like this thread! Part of the challenge is viewing how an ENTP like you would view these people and accounting for that

    1. First guess is ESTP, probaby in "ENTJ mode" when arguing
    2. INTx.. sense of practicality and scheduling hints at INTJ but the overall perceived quirkiness hints at INTP.. INTJ is my final answer.
    3. ENTP, maybe? I doubt he's F..
    4. ESFJ, possibly also ENFJ.. likely Fe-dominant to the point of it dominating her personality


    yes i like my noncommital answers too

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    1.ESTP
    2.INTP
    3.ENTP? No idea really
    5.ESFJ

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    Same as greed's, for the most part.

    ESTP - INTJ - ENTP - E_FJ
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    Some rights and some wrongs so far
    The probability that I was procrastinating when I was typing this post:

    P(have big assignment due) = 0.6
    P(posting on TypoC) = 0.2
    P(having big assignment due | posting on TypoC) = 0.7

    P(posting on TypoC | having big assignment due) = .......


    Eh, I'll finish it later.

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    ENTP - INTJ - ENTP - ESFJ

    The last one, though, has way too many unhealthy characteristics for me to feel even the least bit of confidence.

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    Person 1: ESTP (oh, or ESTJ)

    Person 2: INFJ (or INTJ)...but I'll say INFJ

    Person 3: ENTP

    Person 4: ESFJ




    I can't really make out the S/N for some of these people because the examples doesn't seem to give much sense of these preferences, esp. for the first 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    Person 2: INFJ (or INTJ)...but I'll say INFJ
    The OCD and a few other things scream INFJ to me, as well. However, this very important thread does not have time for maybes or buts, hence my guess of INTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    The OCD and a few other things scream INFJ to me, as well. However, this very important thread does not have time for maybes or buts, hence my guess of INTJ.
    The second guy reads very much like my bf (esp. the environmentally conscious ways, he got upset cuz one time I threw a cd out the window that I got frustrated over!!! garbage!!)....who I had a hard time determining the T/F, esp. cuz he's very logical and...well...male. But, he's *deep down* an F. Some INFJ men are quite misanthropic and very 'unemotional'.

    Uh...but..well...maybe.

    We'll see the answer.

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    ESFP.
    INTP.
    ESTP.
    ESFJ. < ESFP my original guess.

    Still re/considering. Just wanted it out here in case you disclosed earlier than I thought.

    Edit: This was funze.

    Edit #2: Now doneee.
    Last edited by zarc; 03-19-2009 at 11:01 PM. Reason: uncertainty is maddening...

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