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ISTJ 19%  19%  [ 9 ]
ISFJ 4%  4%  [ 2 ]
INFJ 2%  2%  [ 1 ]
INTJ 6%  6%  [ 3 ]
ISTP 17%  17%  [ 8 ]
ISFP 8%  8%  [ 4 ]
INFP 8%  8%  [ 4 ]
INTP 10%  10%  [ 5 ]
ESTP 4%  4%  [ 2 ]
ESFP 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
ENFP 6%  6%  [ 3 ]
ENTP 4%  4%  [ 2 ]
ESTJ 4%  4%  [ 2 ]
ESFJ 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
ENFJ 4%  4%  [ 2 ]
ENTJ 2%  2%  [ 1 ]
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PostPosted: 3 Dec 2012, 13:13 
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who cares lol shut up dudes 5-,2% 400$ 200 0105$ 510% 10102-245%

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PostPosted: 3 Dec 2012, 13:23 
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People have a bad tendency to imagine they and they're qualities and problems are SPECIAL and UNIQUE and there is no way anyone can ever understand them. While it is true that every human experience is unique and different, it doesn't exclude the fact that most feelings and thoughts we feel are universal and virtually everyone has experienced and/or thought them, after all we're all only humans and there are over 7billion of us so the probability of being totally unique is VERY SMALL, the probability of ever encountering one of those 4.4% on the other hand, is quite minimal, so in that respect yes, u are unique (as are we all in ways!).

Another thing: Todays society promotes individualism, speciality, uniqueness. Rare individuals are raised on a pedestal, were they good or bad. People no more communicate due to too large communities and this further drives people away from each other, we (western world) are imo, alienated from the human experience, nature and normal communication. We have been fed the idea that we are somehow special....If you want to find a truly "special" or abnormal thinking patterns, behaviors etc. Go visit a mental institution and ask to interview few of the "special" ones....Then u'll get a glimpse of what it REALLY means and feels to be ALONE with your "little excentrics" ;D

So lets stop pretending/competing on who is the most "special or unique", we're all the same when put to the test for real, and if not, It's pretty likely that you are or need to be institutionalized :P


....I could contemplate on the matter for hours (as i'm sure many of you could too) but now i gotta go to my psychiatric appointment, cya.

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PostPosted: 3 Dec 2012, 13:35 
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Some guy called William Shakespeare said, "Nothing is so common as the desire to be remarkable."

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maybe easier not to think abouut alöl things thought than not things thought ... or something..=?


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PostPosted: 3 Dec 2012, 15:21 
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I resist the idea of being special or unique, but I have quite a remarkable way of dealing with stuff that other people just do without thinking. And the stuff that I do without thinking is what most people spend too much time on thinking about, in my opinion. Otherwise, I'm a very normal person.


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PostPosted: 3 Dec 2012, 15:29 
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The above (my ranting post) is by no means an accusation or a blame! I think it's important to realize that one isn't alone with their problems or worries or whatever, before they escalate some common problem to a point where they shoot half a school and themselves or start engaging in other equally productive activities just because they didn't have someone to talk to and alleviate the anxiety and uncertainty....Communication, irl or via other mediums is essential imo for humans, without connection to other ppl, humans become highly unstable when left on their own devices.

Edit: For Teajay: These aren't cosmic TRUTHS, just my opinions. Plus i'm talking generally, i'm not arguing every person who has a) problems b) doesn't process them, will harm themselves or others around them automatically, systematically without exceptions.

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PostPosted: 3 Dec 2012, 15:32 
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Are you saying I should go to schools and shoot people? What kind of person are you?

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PostPosted: 3 Dec 2012, 15:38 
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Do i really write so uncomprehensible text, that someone can unintentionally understand that it was a suggestion/command to shoot ppl?

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PostPosted: 3 Dec 2012, 15:56 
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simply teh elma community is full of remarkable ppl

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PostPosted: 3 Dec 2012, 17:33 
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I was ISFP 2 years ago, now im INFP ( :beer: for something!)

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PostPosted: 3 Dec 2012, 17:54 
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anpdad wrote:
Pingywings wrote:
hosp, an introvert is what you described. an extrovert would be an outgoing person ^^

You misunderstood, he's surprised that his extrovert value is higher than 1%.


ah, i see it now. please ignore my idiot post mans

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PostPosted: 4 Mar 2016, 10:06 
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I was making a topic about this and then thought I should search to see if someone else already has...... so anyways I have quite a bit to write about it, if you care to read.

I have read somewhere that the validity and reliability of these tests is about 60% and 70%, respectively. Validity meaning the questions are capable of correctly identifying some key traits of you, reliability meaning it could do it again with a different set of questions or on a different day. I tried both tests and got the same result.

I scored as an ENTJ very strongly, or "The Admiral", what an ego boost title. The characteristics of people like this seem close to who I am. I am competitive with a lot of things, I am always trying to collect information and learn something from every new experience, I don't get emotional or angry over things, truth and logic is most important to me, I am good at identifying people's talents, I don't need very much validation. Unfortunately I suck at perceiving people's emotions.

What I find interesting is that the people I am most attracted to are introverted artist or feeling types. Women especially who are very empathetic and emotional are the best. It makes me feel a challenge if a girl is quiet and passionate, and also opens me up to new experiences I never would've thought of. Admittedly, I don't always like people who are like myself, I like working with them in business and maybe having a beer, but that is about it. My long lasting friends tend to be introverted.

I can understand the criticism towards these tests, since they compartmentalize and categorize our minds, which are probably too complex to be defined by language. They also make us feel special like a zodiac sign (as Kiiwi pointed out), which maybe clouds our ability to critique them. I think the only purpose of them is to possibly learn something about yourself, and there is no harm in that, you can always agree or disagree. People are fascinating.

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PostPosted: 5 Mar 2016, 10:23 
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I did this test two months ago. It was after about two years from the previous test.

The first test resulted in INTP - "The Logician". The "P" parameter was very closely above 50%. When I read about myself, it fitted very precisely.

When I did the test for the second time, I somehow knew something could go different. I didn't think my "I" would change, or maybe not even any other trait, but the percentages could go different. My result was INTJ - "The Architect", which is very similar to INTP, and it fits me great once again. Again, the "J" parameter was just a bit above 50%, so the only change that happened in those 2 years was losing a bit o perception and getting a bit of judgement.

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PostPosted: 6 Mar 2016, 15:40 
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I do this test occasionally and it used to be ENTJ but then shifted to ENTP. I always get like 100% on (T)hinking and 0% on (F)eeling, and close to 100% on extroverted as opposed to introverted. The other two letters may vary slightly.


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PostPosted: 9 Mar 2016, 00:36 
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Extroverted (E) 86% Introverted (I) 14%
Intuitive (N) 98% Sensing (S) 2%
Thinking (T) 54% Feeling (F) 46%
Perceiving (P) 81% Judging (J) 19%

how the fuck did i get 98% intuitive? i expected a bit more balanced results.


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PostPosted: 13 Mar 2016, 23:41 
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Did the test in 3 different sites, and in 2 out of 3 sites I got ISFP.
After the first test it didn't seem very fitting, but the second test gave a pretty good description of what kind of people ISFP persons are (in Finnish unfortunately).

Heres some stuff I felt was just like me or just resonated for a reason or another:

ISFP people are definitely introverts, and they sometimes surprise their friends by staying home recharging their batteries.
Even though they are alone, that doesn't mean ISFP people just sit passively - they use this time for introspection, evaluating their principles.
Instead of worrying about the past or the future, ISFP people ponder about who they are in the present

The biggest challenge for ISFP people is planning the future. Finding constructive goals and making up objectives that can change you positively is a hard task.
ISFP people don't plan their future regarding wealth or retirement, for example.

For ISFP it's important to remember to actively try to become the person they want to be. Creating new habits and maintaining them doesn't come naturally, but having a little moment every day to think and try to understand their motives can help ISFP people to use their strengths to achieve what they love.


Was quite shocced to see an small list of famous ISFP people. Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson... Donald Trump

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PostPosted: 19 Mar 2016, 08:52 
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Apparently, according to these tests, some personality types go along together more well than others. For example it sais that ENTP gets along well with INFJ. Im ENTP and it just so happens to be that my two closest friends are INFJ. Other people I've met that claim to be INFJ are also very easy to talk and get along with. Very interesting imo.


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PostPosted: 20 Mar 2016, 11:13 
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I've done this test every other year or so since I was 18 and got INFJ every time. Sometimes I didn't see myself in it, but now I do :)

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PostPosted: 24 Mar 2016, 13:34 
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Just learned about MBTI a few days ago at another place, and after reading about it I was pretty sure I was INTJ. But didn't test at the time.
Now I see topic here and decided to actually test, and was nice to see I was correct in my assumption.
I recommend reading the Wikipedia article on your type, the characteristics section was a fun read to me, very accurate.

Introverted (I) 82% Extroverted (E) 18%
Intuitive (N) 63% Sensing (S) 37%
Thinking (T) 64% Feeling (F) 36%
Judging (J) 63% Perceiving (P) 37%

INTJ - "Mastermind". Introverted intellectual with a preference for finding certainty. A builder of systems and the applier of theoretical models. 2.1% of total population.


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PostPosted: 24 Mar 2016, 23:06 
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What is also cool to read about is who you are compatible with. With exception to your sensing/intuition trait, you are most compatible with the opposite of yourself. So for example some of these people might be best friends in real life:

ENTJ gimp and INFP Zweq
INTJ Zerox or anpdad and ENFP Kiiwi or analcactus
ESTJ milagros and ISFP John
INTP Finman and ENFJ niN

Zweq will you be my friend we are perfect for each other??? :beer: :D :oops:

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PostPosted: 25 Mar 2016, 07:32 
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me like - friend:)

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PostPosted: 2 Mar 2017, 10:15 
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https://personality-insights-livedemo.mybluemix.net/ here similar thing but it uses stuff you have written in twitter (or anywhere like mopolauta) to make analysis

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PostPosted: 2 Mar 2017, 11:42 
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i will write what i think about some ppl. probably many of this wrong sorry

i am - ISTP
zweq, madness - INTP
anpdad, b0ne - ENTJ
nekit, bjenn - ISFJ
zero - INFP
ramone - ESFP


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PostPosted: 2 Mar 2017, 19:02 
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Yes Kazan that does fit me on spot.

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PostPosted: 2 Mar 2017, 20:19 
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I'm now INTP but the last 2 letters by very small margin so could still be INFJ on a different day. So since the results can be so inconclusive I find that people are simply far too complicated to be divided into 16 distinctive categories. And that's probably a very INTP thing to say lol.

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