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    Okay, time to take a break from the internet.
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    I got ISTP.

    My responses:

    Interaction styles...
    Directing
    Responding

    (ISTJ, INTJ, INFJ, ISTP)

    My Temperament styles...
    Concrete
    Pragmatic

    (ISFP, ISTP, ESFP, ESTP)

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    Haha. NF. Can't begin to decide between Initiating and Responding, and Directing and Informing preference. It all depends on the environment I'm in and my status/role within the environment.
    There is a thinking stuff from which all things are made, and which, in its original state, permeates, penetrates, and fills the interspaces of the universe.

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    ENFP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    "The light turned green, mother-fucker," is informing.

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    i dont really understand this initiating and responding part...! i am both. and both is natural to me. maybe initiating more because i'm bored with waiting.
    but if i'm not interested then i'm responding.
    huh

    i'm pretty comfortable with making first contact but i dont do it always...

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    Directing/Informing - very Informing

    Initiating/Responding - I like initiating (not the best at it though, big groups of people intimidate me)

    Abstract/Concrete - Fair sure I'm abstract

    Affiliative/Pragmatic - I'm split here, I tend to do things that help everyone in an affiliative way, but I think my motive for it is pragmatic.
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    INTP.

    Informing
    Responding
    Abstract
    Pragmatic

    I like acting on my own. I'll consider the group because it makes me feel guilty and blue if I don't, but it's a hassle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    INTP.

    Informing
    Responding
    Abstract
    Pragmatic

    I like acting on my own. I'll consider the group because it makes me feel guilty and blue if I don't, but it's a hassle.
    LOLZ

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    ^ I know, but the other description really smelled like Fe and I don't like that. I prefer the individual approach
    Was kinda surprised at the end result though.
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