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    Sorry I left; my dad wanted to get online.
    Either way, I'm back.
    And I scored ENTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mellanae View Post
    Sorry I left; my dad wanted to get online.
    Either way, I'm back.
    And I scored ENTJ.
    Well, I sure was off. Wish I had been more perceptive. ENTJ, eh? I can see that. In retrospect, that makes more sense than my initial read. You should now spend some time researching the cognitive functions. I'd ask you some other questions, but honestly, I think you can determine your type on your own. If, for example, you're caught between wondering whether you're an ENTJ or ENTP, come back here for help.

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    Alright, thank you :]

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    Can you tell most users in this thread have been yanking your chain?
    How does that make you feel?
    Do you have any strongly-held beliefs, about anything? If so, why do you hold them?
    Do you feel more at ease with people (not necessarily a crowd) than by yourself?
    What is your opinion on the plight of rats in the first world, threatened as they are by poisonous, deadly snacks left behind by irresponsible humans?
    Do you like puzzles?
    Do you like using human beings as pawns in said puzzles, and then killing them afterwards?
    What is your opinion on time traveling marsupials that wear sunglasses?
    Do you prefer making people comfortable, or telling the truth?
    Are you obsessed with being authentic?
    Do you plan very far ahead? Do you have a sort of clarity about how events are likely to unfold and act accordingly?
    Do you like theorizing and speculation?
    Can you smell what the rock is cooking?
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    Can you tell most users in this thread have been yanking your chain? Yes.
    How does that make you feel? I dunno, bad?
    Do you have any strongly-held beliefs, about anything? If so, why do you hold them? Yes I do. And is that really any of your business?
    Do you feel more at ease with people (not necessarily a crowd) than by yourself? Mostly, yes.
    What is your opinion on the plight of rats in the first world, threatened as they are by poisonous, deadly snacks left behind by irresponsible humans? What the hell...?
    Do you like puzzles? Yes.
    Do you like using human beings as pawns in said puzzles, and then killing them afterwards? I do like using people, but I wouldn't kill them.
    What is your opinion on time traveling marsupials that wear sunglasses? ...I'm not even answering this one.
    Do you prefer making people comfortable, or telling the truth? Telling the truth.
    Are you obsessed with being authentic? No.
    Do you plan very far ahead? Do you have a sort of clarity about how events are likely to unfold and act accordingly? Yes, and yes.
    Do you like theorizing and speculation? Yes.
    Can you smell what the rock is cooking? How exactly is this relevant?

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    Not an ENTP, an ENTP always knows what the rock is cooking.
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

    Always reserve the right to become smarter at a future point in time, for only a fool limits themselves to all they knew in the past. -Alex

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    mellanae,

    Despite what the test said (that you are an ENTJ), I still think you are an ESFJ. My question earlier was actually an interesting way of typing someone that I had seen before in this forum. The way you deal with the absurd or irrelevant can actually be a good way of figuring out a person. Like, how people say a person's character is tested when they're faced with a difficult situation? It's kind of the same thing. You can tell a person's personality by how they deal with the absurd.

    The fact that you even bothered to answer any of Aleksei's question above, makes me even more certain that you are an ESFJ.

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    Interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    Not an ENTP, an ENTP always knows what the rock is cooking.
    It's a prerequisite for the type to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mellanae View Post
    Do you have any strongly-held beliefs, about anything? If so, why do you hold them? Yes I do. And is that really any of your business?
    What is your opinion on the plight of rats in the first world, threatened as they are by poisonous, deadly snacks left behind by irresponsible humans? What the hell...?
    What is your opinion on time traveling marsupials that wear sunglasses? ...I'm not even answering this one.
    Are you obsessed with being authentic? No.
    Do you plan very far ahead? Do you have a sort of clarity about how events are likely to unfold and act accordingly? Yes, and yes.
    Do you like theorizing and speculation? Yes.
    Can you smell what the rock is cooking? How exactly is this relevant?
    The first question bolded. Fi.

    The next two, a test of Ne no doubt, as dominant/auxillary Ne would run with these thoughts.

    The first of the set. Doesn't ring so much with Fi, however this would mean that Fi still belonged in your overall set, just not at the forefront.

    Theorizing and speculation points towards ambiguity, which is characteristic of N, if anything you Ni (From what I see now, that is).

    And like I said in my post before this. Smelling what the Rock is cooking is a very important factor in deciding whether you are ENTP or not. Ne and Ti if you try to reason this idea out.

    Overall ENTJ might not be a bad starting position.

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