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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasting_Pain View Post
    I am going to go with an ISTJ!!!
    I was one off again man. This is freaking getting on my nerves.

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    Sounds like someone who wants to be snarky, but can't quite do it.


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    Why do we always come here?

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    It's like a kind of torture,
    To have to watch this show.

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    bump?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    bump?
    Oopsie Costrin... Thank you for the reminder bump. I was so busy with the Gauntlet that I forgotten about this.

    The revealing for member #3. We have an INFJ (Silently Honest). Good job Eagle! What tipped you off?

    I think the I is obvious... so is the poorer Se/Si... forgetting about the money in pocket until laundry day, not seeing the "women" in the thread title... Not really much that points to other things.
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    I had a hunch that it was Silently Honest. That's why I refrained from commenting. Otherwise I don't know if I could have guessed. I think the I was obvious because of the comment about his mother and her social life. The thing that clued me in about him was the show references. Other than that I don't think I could have made any conclusive guesses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    Oopsie Costrin... Thank you for the reminder bump. I was so busy with the Gauntlet that I forgotten about this.

    The revealing for member #3. We have an INFJ (Silently Honest). Good job Eagle! What tipped you off?

    I think the I is obvious... so is the poorer Se/Si... forgetting about the money in pocket until laundry day, not seeing the "women" in the thread title... Not really much that points to other things.
    Yeah, the quote about his mother was what made me think he might be an F. I decided to go for it. Alot of his things did point to T though in a sense, but I thought it was F... Don't know why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle View Post
    Yeah, the quote about his mother was what made me think he might be an F. I decided to go for it. Alot of his things did point to T though in a sense, but I thought it was F... Don't know why.
    I see... lucky guess... or perhaps not.

    Aimahn: Yeah... thank you for refraining. It makes it difficult to type objectively when you know the person. I know my answers change when I can pin a name to the individual. Kind of like you weight something more than another because that's how you perceive them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aimahn View Post
    I had a hunch that it was Silently Honest. That's why I refrained from commenting. Otherwise I don't know if I could have guessed. I think the I was obvious because of the comment about his mother and her social life. The thing that clued me in about him was the show references. Other than that I don't think I could have made any conclusive guesses.
    Yes it's very easy to say that afterwards.


    Next one:

    Short sentences: J
    "If I cared I'd stop caring" - makes no sense: Te or Fi rather than Fe or Ti.
    The fact you haven't done an S type yet: S
    They're here: I

    Answer: ISTJ
    Why do we always come here?

    I guess we'll never know.

    It's like a kind of torture,
    To have to watch this show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort Belfry View Post
    Yes it's very easy to say that afterwards.


    Next one:

    Short sentences: J
    "If I cared I'd stop caring" - makes no sense: Te or Fi rather than Fe or Ti.
    The fact you haven't done an S type yet: S
    They're here: I

    Answer: ISTJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort Belfry View Post
    Yes it's very easy to say that afterwards.
    Well If I had said it during, then, I would have had the answer through an unfair route. I'd also be forced to make some BS rationalizations based on that knowledge.
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