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Thread: Type The Blob!

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    RooibosKrayfish RadicalDoubt's Avatar
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    Default Type The Blob!

    Yeah, so I filled my own questionaire. Whoop-de-do no surprise. Anyhow, I'm mostly looking for comments on my judging functions mbti wise and maybe some final input on my tritype/iv if anyone gets anything out of this. I don't relate to any of the judging functions entirely and might have some sort of bias I'm ignoring.

    Additionally, because of the sheer length of everything I write, I'm putting in a poll so I actually get a response maybe. You probably don't have to read through the whole thing to an idea. Anyways, to anyone who responds at all, kudos to you and thanks in advance:

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    Bump. The creator of the questionnaire we're all filling out deserves to be typed by more than me!
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    Helpful context: I'm 100% settled on 6w5 as a core now and am 90% sure of sp/so.
    "Seeking certainty and avoiding it at the same time is exhausting"
    You may know me as "RooibosKrayfish"
    Current Type Guess: INTP 6w5 (613) sp/so
    Other Options: NP; 1w9, 9w1, 3w4, 631, 639, 963, 36x, so/sp
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    Unless someone feels as though it's particularly incorrect, I'm probably going to settle on INTP 6w5 sp/so (613 tritype)

    Also thank you to the two people who responded to this, your input was appreciated

    I'm still looking for input to some degree, especially on my enneatype core even though people feel fairly strongly I'm probably a 6
    Last edited by RadicalDoubt; 11-09-2018 at 05:41 PM.
    "Seeking certainty and avoiding it at the same time is exhausting"
    You may know me as "RooibosKrayfish"
    Current Type Guess: INTP 6w5 (613) sp/so
    Other Options: NP; 1w9, 9w1, 3w4, 631, 639, 963, 36x, so/sp
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    Quick add on to my questionaire since I'm still kind of iffy on my type (even the 6w5 core I said I was 100% settled on lol):

    I never answered question 7:
    "Seeking certainty and avoiding it at the same time is exhausting"
    You may know me as "RooibosKrayfish"
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    I think you're an INFJ. Starting a post with "probably"... probably indicates that you're an Ni dominant. Then the second part of the post is typically socially related.

    "I always am most satisfied when I am working towards a goal" - isn't this one of the strongest indicators of being a J?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    I think you're an INFJ. Starting a post with "probably"... probably indicates that you're an Ni dominant. Then the second part of the post is typically socially related.

    "I always am most satisfied when I am working towards a goal" - isn't this one of the strongest indicators of being a J?
    Thank you for the input Legion ! Interesting, I haven't gotten INFJ as a suggestion in awhile (it was one of the first things I typed as anyhow).

    Generally, I think having a strong goal orientation is typically bound to strong J types typically due to their structure and certainty seeking nature. I've always seen myself as more P than J just because I tend to be somewhat adaptable and general rather than structured and organized, but you do make a pretty good point there. I may have to re-evaluate my position.
    "Seeking certainty and avoiding it at the same time is exhausting"
    You may know me as "RooibosKrayfish"
    Current Type Guess: INTP 6w5 (613) sp/so
    Other Options: NP; 1w9, 9w1, 3w4, 631, 639, 963, 36x, so/sp
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    Quote Originally Posted by RooibosKrayfish View Post
    Thank you for the input Legion ! Interesting, I haven't gotten INFJ as a suggestion in awhile (it was one of the first things I typed as anyhow).

    Generally, I think having a strong goal orientation is typically bound to strong J types typically due to their structure and certainty seeking nature. I've always seen myself as more P than J just because I tend to be somewhat adaptable and general rather than structured and organized, but you do make a pretty good point there. I may have to re-evaluate my position.
    Before I looked more closely, I thought you were likely an INTP, because I could see a similar thing to what you're saying with being adaptable and lacking structure. However, I think that's probably just a heavy influence of Ti/less active Fe.

    Also, I'm not sure what you mean by "general", but the word "organised" strikes me as being on the more STJ side of J. I might or might not be organised, but I wouldn't say it's one of my strengths.

    I think of Si as routine and specifics about what has been or will be done, whereas Ni is about mission and the evolving nature of what has been or will be done.

    Te is more task focused - it is largely about how to do things e.g. procedures, whereas Fe is socially focused - it is about navigating the social environment, and putting emotion into what you do.
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    1. During your youth (7'ish to 18), What did you focus on the most? What activities did you like and why? What aspect of life was lax in attention?
    Outside of things I shall not mention, I generally focused heavily on my inner world, academia, and goals. I always really enjoyed researching (due to just being a curious person), playing around with ideas is my mind (relaxing, also helped me solve problems/entertain myself), music (entertainment/skill building) and drawing (typically helped me a lot with focus and tied to the ideas). Additionally, I always enjoyed walking and hiking just because I’m a high energy/anxiety person and that always tends to relax me and let me thing. Other people/relationships, my own culture, and my health were always things that I didn’t focus much attention on but should have.

    2. You're in you senior year of high school (or whatever equivalent) and you are looking back over the last couple of years. What was your favorite aspect of the schooling experience and why? Favorite subject and why?
    While I didn’t really enjoy my schooling experience, generally I’d say class variety was probably a strength. I got a decent degree of exposure to different areas of study and nothing was restricted the way it is in college (ie. you have to stick to classes within your major).

    Personally I really enjoyed the sciences in general, with my favorite probably being chemistry. Outside of it being one of the sciences I probably was the best at in high school, I generally enjoy knowing how things function and why the properties of objects are what they are. Additionally the subject matter was just generally entertaining. I also really love music theory. Composing was really fun and workload was never overbearing since it had one of the few textbooks I didn’t bore of when reading.


    3. A couple of friends call and invite you out to a restaurant. While there, you all are pleasantly conversing and one of your friends makes a comment that irked you. What are your thoughts and how do you respond?
    I’m generally pretty nonreactive to those sort of things in general, so it’d probably depend on what the comment was or why it bothered me. If it’s like an insult or a poke to me, I’d probably just laugh it off or ignore it unless it was something that particularly hit at my ego, in which case I’d probably make some awkward noise or comment to see if I could clarify/get reasoning. If it bothered me because it was rude to someone else I might make a joke or two to displace the negativity if I didn’t directly tell the person the comment was problematic.

    4. Your schooling is done and it's time to strike out into the world!! What sort of career do you want to go into and why?
    Research. I don’t really have many talents, but I’m fairly decent at maintaining focus when I’m interested in things and problem solving. Learning new things is one of the only things that I truly enjoy at this point, and curiosity (if not obligation) is typically the main motivator in what I pursue. Also that’s what I’ve always wanted to do.



    5. A friend is getting married and they put you in charge of the cake. You narrowed it down to two places to make an order. The first is a bakery with whom you got a good relationship with. The other is a well-known cake maker to whom everyone goes to (your friend hints to it as well). Which one do you choose and why?
    The maker who everyone goes to. It’s not my wedding and if my friend wants me to get them a cake there that’s where I’ll go. I guess the only thing that’d change that is if I could get a really good deal due to my relationship with the other bakery because weddings are expensive Of course I’d run this towards my friend first.

    6. You get into an argument with a friend/family member/co-worker. They criticize one of your personality traits. What would most likely be the focus of their critique?
    Either my iciness/distance or my lack of organization. My organization has gotten me in a lot of trouble before since I’m prone to losing track of physical objects or getting tunnel vision when trying to focus on details specifically. I’m never really late to complete things and when I do work I typically try to make it as high quality as I can, just the journey there is… Messy. With the iceyness/distance, I definitely tend towards aloofness and evasion of others. My ability to maintain (or understand) relationships in general is not strong especially when I only have so much energy to put into such things. Being dispassionate and somewhat avoidant of attachment doesn’t help either.

    7. It's New Years! You and your friends are out and about after a party. Being drunk, one of your friends suggests to do something....'questionable' (Nothing serious. I.e, drugs, escort, etc.). What are your thoughts and how do you respond?
    Depends on how questionable. I tend to be pretty quick to dip after parties because a) I virtually never go to them and b) I’m typically pretty exhausted afterwards when I do so I’d probably just decline and leave. If it were something particularly interesting I might stick around. If tiwas harmful I might try to make sure my friend didn’t go alone and risk being injured.

    8. A new art gallery opens up and your friend wants to go to the grand opening. Both of you analyze all the paintings and sculptures. What about these works warrants the most attention from you? Why?
    Probably the level of detail put into the piece itself or it’s uniqueness. I’m drawn to pieces that I can either analyze (via color or maybe design) or that just end up drawing my attention. As long as it isn’t just European antiques I’d probably be interested.

    9. You have been saving up and decide to buy a new car. At the dealership, you peruse the lots. What are the criteria and factors that influence your choice? Which one would initially be your main focus?
    Initially, money would probably be my main focus. I’m a stingy person by nature and would feel a severe amount of guilt buying a car that was too pricey. Factors like safety, fuel efficiency, and environmental footprint would probably be the other big factors that would be worth focusing on at the moment.

    10. Yep, you now have a kid (sex of your choosing)! Years pass and they are now 15 years old. You notice their personality traits are the complete opposite of how you were when at their age. Describe how they are. Describe the possible conflicts that would arise between both of you due to differing temperaments.
    Probably socially attentive, affectionate, risk taking, driven purely by their impulses or desires, poor work ethic or tendency to avoid responsibilities, aggressive. I think the only big issues I can imagine would be those that came up if they got in trouble with others. I’m not generally certain of how to deal with very aggressive behavior, but I do know I am a control freak so that would probably not end well. Affectionate might create problems just because I’m not at all, but that’s just something I’d have to adjust to if they need it. Can’t have my kid feeling unloved.

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    To add to posts above:

    I also heard this is a J thing: "I suppose my purpose in life has been to pursue my goals, gain satisfaction"

    But then you do mention adaptability and that's P...

    If I go on with reading your OP, I totally can see both P bits and J bits.

    I think I can see you are INTP though over INTJ, because of how you seem to be just giving this absent-mindedly creative vibe and that's way more associated with INTPs.

    And then I'm not very good at the functions theory but this seemed classic Fe inferior about the difficulty with merging with others and instead believing in boundaries and self-control.

    But you also mention admiration about people who are active participants in their environment... Se, or Te/Fe if we add your note on organisation?

    Then this seems really Fe again: "Affectionate might create problems just because I’m not at all, but that’s just something I’d have to adjust to if they need it. Can’t have my kid feeling unloved."
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