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the myers-briggs personality test

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Jazz    4569

I like how reggie posted the entire fucking book on his personality type

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Jazz    4569

I've never heard somebody's personality described as Turbulent, and I'm really glad I got Assertive, otherwise I would have had to question my own existence.

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23 minutes ago, Jazz said:

I've never heard somebody's personality described as Turbulent, and I'm really glad I got Assertive, otherwise I would have had to question my own existence.

 

I got your result except with Turbulent rather than Assertive. I question my own existence all the time. I'm like a walking existential crisis.

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Haruki    9285
1 hour ago, Jazz said:

I like how reggie posted the entire fucking book on his personality type

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little bug    1932
2 hours ago, Jazz said:

INTP-A

 

I like the A/T thing, that's new.

 

Agree that these tests are pretty meaningless, but I always get INTP.

 

Really enjoying these paper people, best part of the test by far:

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JAPANESE GOBLIN    2157

i mean beyond the issues specific to myers-brigg static personality is in itself a myth.

 

your personality is frequently changing as a result of events in your life and even things considered as immutable as introversion/extroversion can change

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+ACP+    33845

Yeah my personality today is a lot different than my personality 10 years ago. Personality tests are still good for assessing what your personality is like now, though.

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+mmf+    23068

i vs e is also not a rigid distinction.

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