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    Minister of Propagandhi ajblaise's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    You'll run into assholes in your life and it's something you just have to deal with imo. But avoiding certain types won't do you much good. Everytype has their fair share of assholes. :P
    Yeah everyone's different blah blah....

    But ExTJs probably have a higher proportion of assholes than IxFPs, we all know that. It's not the same proportion for every type. Assholery is actually a fairly extroverted and non-empathetic activity, so it makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoSunshine View Post
    I'm thinking ENxJ...what does he teach? What are his interests besides writing?
    He doesn't write anymore. I do write stuff, but I do it secretly (like I do most things secretly), because he doesn't want me to write. He teaches Dutch language and literature. He loves watching his favorite soccer team's matches (Feyenoord), but only on TV. He isn't really fanatic. He doesn't react happily when his team wins, he only curses if they lose. That's his only hobby, if you can even call it that way (does porn actually count as an interest? He seems to have a fetish for masturbating blondes with big boobs, as I discovered when I needed his pc to print my homework). He hasn't got any friends, but that doesn't matter, because he hates people anyway.
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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    That's my name biotch! JoSunshine's Avatar
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    Hummm...well, that could be T or F...which is of absolutely no help, I know.
    "Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind. " - Dr. Seuss
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    I also think unhealthy entj. He sounds like a guy I know who is immature, but not so unhealthy. While being at home sounds like a horrible situation for you, I doubt you'll meet anyone quite like your dad......unless you try.
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    I believe your father is an ESTJ. My father was an abusive ENTJ, more than likely because he came from an abusive household himself. He was capable of seeing the bigger picture, was very driven and successful and was always at the top because he would settle for nothing less. He worked very hard, was always traveling for business, and had goals and plans. He was successful at anything he set his mind to.

    He loved money, not because he cared about himself, but because it was a representation of power and success.

    Arguing and debating were fun things for him, and he respected those who could "fight back."

    He could be whiny and manipulative and when I learned to do it in turn he called me "spirited."

    Interestingly enough he married an ENFP, my mother.

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    Hmm, and here I thought ISFP.

    My interactions with ETJs have always been characterized by fun and sex, so my experience doesn't really match to...uhhh...everyone else's.



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    I agree that your dad is an ESTJ. He sounds like my mom. A few things they have in common (just a few because your dad and my mom match traits from pretty much your whole list)

    - Loves attention
    - Embarrasses me in front of other people and either gets angry at me or demeans me when I point it out
    - Can point out and discuss my faults all day long, but if I point out her faults she gets angry and defensive to the point of excess
    - Becomes passive-agressive and sarcastic when I offend her, manipulative
    - Would force me to go to social situations of her choosing (even paid me cash to go to church when I began to push away from it)
    - Would ask me to bring things to her that are literally within arms reach when I am across the room
    - When she gets hooked on a song she will listen to nothing but that song on repeat for days, sometimes weeks, at top volume
    - Purposefully does things that irritate and piss me off to amuse herself (this behavior has been remarked upon by others)
    - If I don't agree with her or listen to what she says, she accuses me of thinking I'm soooo important and soooo much better than her to think that I can just make my own decisions without listening to anyone else (irony, there)

    Yep, ESTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pettycure View Post
    I agree that your dad is an ESTJ. He sounds like my mom. A few things they have in common (just a few because your dad and my mom match traits from pretty much your whole list)

    - Loves attention
    - Embarrasses me in front of other people and either gets angry at me or demeans me when I point it out
    - Can point out and discuss my faults all day long, but if I point out her faults she gets angry and defensive to the point of excess
    - Becomes passive-agressive and sarcastic when I offend her, manipulative
    - Would force me to go to social situations of her choosing (even paid me cash to go to church when I began to push away from it)
    - Would ask me to bring things to her that are literally within arms reach when I am across the room
    - When she gets hooked on a song she will listen to nothing but that song on repeat for days, sometimes weeks, at top volume
    - Purposefully does things that irritate and piss me off to amuse herself (this behavior has been remarked upon by others)
    - If I don't agree with her or listen to what she says, she accuses me of thinking I'm soooo important and soooo much better than her to think that I can just make my own decisions without listening to anyone else (irony, there)
    Here we go again. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah. My Mommy is mean so she's ESTJ.

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    Saint Kat:

    YOu're how old? 18 or 19? I wouldn't worry too much about ending up with someone like your dad at this early stage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    Saint Kat:

    YOu're how old? 18 or 19? I wouldn't worry too much about ending up with someone like your dad at this early stage.
    There's no harm in trying to nip it in the bud.



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