ESTP: You ooze tactile, and touch, something about your very down to earth and hands on persona is so tantalizing, you’re so full of passion and willpower, it’s hard not to find you sexy at all.
ISTP: Enigmatic, Aloof, brooding, with a low-key childlike humor is very intriguing you’re hard to miss, and something about your handiwork is beyond magnetizing, You’re an old soul and child in one.
ESFP: You are radiant, glowing with excitement and vivacity. Your inner strength and pure willpower are unbelievably attractive and admirable, you have this earthy, “I know what I’m doing” vibe.
ISFP: Your shyness hides this intense need for physical action and connection. Your independence and ethereal mystery create this atmosphere of depth and raw love of pleasure. You breathe sex appeal.
ESTJ: You have a commanding presence, something strong and secure and people wish they could handle anything thrown at them the may you do, you’re in control, and it’s hard to miss you with all that confidence.
ISTJ: You have a natural rhythm and go with your own flow, it’s insanely intoxicating. You have an air of structure and intensity, you’re willpower is undeniable, and your thoughts are like wildfire.
ESFJ: You are warmth, and generosity, something about your need for beauty and harmony is beyond desirable. You create a haven of light and love and are so sensual it’s beyond sexy.
ISFJ: Your discreet charm, and smitten smile is beyond attractive, you are tender hearted, but have this hidden strength that others can feel. They love your shelter and you radiate this intense love of sensuality.
ENTJ: you are usually perceived as confident in your thoughts and actions, you know what you’re doing and go into it without questioning, you’re calculated, and usually quite charismatic.
INTJ: You’re meticulous and observant, you work hard and play harder and people love that mystery of your very detached presence, something about you is both fully present and other worldly.
ENTP: You’re witty, charismatic, and novel. You’re like a flame and people are drawn to you. You have a sharp and piercing humor that is so magnetizing. You know how to persuade and are usually very smooth.
INTP: you’re lowkey, dreamy and so interesting. Something about your independence and aloofness is so interesting and people want to know the way you’re thinking, or what you’re thinking about at all.
ENFP: You radiate positivity, charm and electricity, your youthful need for adventure and possibility are contagious and you are so magnetic and sensational because of it.
INFP: You feel so deeply and ardently, you get swept into a dream world that others only wish they can touch. You’re full of romance, and saccharine that so many people feel drawn to your vulnerability.
ENFJ: You’re a warm, and uplifting spirit. Like the sun, you radiate certainty in yourself and something about your devotion to those you love is so incredibly attractive, you can’t be missed.
INFJ: You have a natural refinement and elegance to you, you have a beautiful presence of peace and wisdom and mystery. People want to know what you know, they want to get into your head.
Hi :) I'm an INTJ with a pretty much intellectual work with much to do which is why I tend to end up playing very simple video games or watching funny TV shows to give my brain a chill. But I've found out that it's not really that much calming and rather Se grip-ish. Now that I have free time I kind of don't do anything useful but don't get out of this grip. Do you know any actual things to do for an INTJ to use their functions in a balanced way but still to calm down from intellectual work?
I have found myself in the grip of Se plenty of times. Something that has personally helped me is yoga. It may not be for everyone, but it helps keep me focused, present, and healthy. It is something I enjoy doing alone or sometimes with friends. Even if I only do my practice for 20mins a day, I can feel good that I did it, and less guilty if I do end up having a beer later in the day, or vegging out in front of the TV. Working out is not something that sounds tremendously fun to me. Since yoga doesn’t have to be very strenuous, it is something I don’t dread doing and actually keep coming back to. It can sometimes be difficult to find that initial motivation, but once I am on the mat, I feel great during and after. If that doesn’t sound like something you’d enjoy, maybe try a martial arts class or just Youtube an instructional video (my go-to for yoga help!).
Another thing you could try is developing a higher function in your stack such as auxiliary Te. Set goals in the real world like working towards a promotion or a better job all together. Focusing on something like this will not only give you more value to your life, but force you to come out that grip.
I hope this helps!
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The INFJs Relationship with Food
INFJs tend to have a love/hate relationship with food, and this is largely due to their highly unconscious sensing functions. INFJs tend to be very out of touch with their physical bodies because they have inferior Extraverted Sensing (Se), and also because Introverted Sensing (Si) is their “demon function”. Si gives someone inner-body awareness and because this is the INFJs least-conscious function, INFJs have a very difficult time discerning when they are hungry, full, or accurately reading their body’s cues. Many INFJs report that they don’t realize they are hungry till they start feeling sick or developing headaches. They may forget to eat or drink as they pursue their passions. When INFJs do eat, they usually enjoy a variety of foods and are open to trying new things. Because INFJs have such unconscious Si they may struggle with knowing when they are full, when they need more food, or if they’re thirsty. If an INFJ is distracted they may not even be able to taste their food because their mind is elsewhere.
INFJs who rely too heavily on their intuition, or INFJs who are experiencing extreme stress may have an eruption of their inferior Se. When this happens, Se may take over in an immature, unhealthy form. This can result in the INFJ overeating and over-indulging. They may want especially strong flavors to become more in touch with their physical self. INFJs who frequently experience chronic stress may have significant trouble with over-eating and “binging” as a result of so frequently being in the grip of sensing. That said, not all INFJs overeat when they are stressed. You can find out more about their other coping mechanisms here.
A 2010 study compiled in the paper The Association Between Myers-Briggs Personality Types and Eating Disorders by Sarah A. Williams found that out of a group of 55 patients, the most common type with an eating disorder was the INFJ type. They comprised 18.5% of the patients with eating disorders. Another author, Christine Towne Drucker wrote in Once Upon a Type: Mythological Dimensions of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator that INFJ types have perfectionistic tendencies which may result in a tendency towards anorexia and bulimia.
It is important for INFJs to make sure they are meeting their nutritional needs and that they aren’t being pushed to one extreme of overeating or the opposite extreme of malnourishment. Setting reminders on their phones to drink or eat, following a meal plan, and getting support to maintain healthy habits is especially important for this type.
The ENFJs Relationship with Food
ENFJs enjoy using food as a way to engage socially with others. They often love cooking for their friends or meeting up at a favorite restaurant. The tertiary Extraverted Sensing (Se) of the ENFJ gives them a fondness for fine flavors and adventurous cuisine. They love using food to cheer people up, comfort, and create a celebratory feeling. ENFJs, like other intuitive types, may forget to eat when they are especially absorbed in a project or meeting a goal. However, because their sensing is tertiary they don’t have as much of an issue with this as intuitive-dominant personalities.
ENFJs who rely too heavily on their extraverted functions (Fe and Se) can struggle with over-eating because they see eating as a social obligation and have difficulty turning down treats and food at parties or gatherings. Other ENFJs may struggle with serving other people the best and only getting the “leftovers”, which essentially means they are so concerned with providing healthy meals for their families and good food for their friends, that they lose track of their own nutritional needs. They may snack throughout the day or get so busy taking care of others and feeding them that they forget to feed themselves. It’s important for ENFJs to put their needs first when it comes to their health and making sure they get adequate nutrition.
The INFPs Relationship with Food
INFPs have tertiary Introverted Sensing (Si) which gives them a certain awareness of their body’s signals, however it is also not well-developed (usually) until mid-life. This results in many young INFPs struggling with an awareness of their own hunger or thirst. They may become absorbed in an activity or thought and lose track of time, skipping meals or becoming dehydrated. Overall, INFPs are not especially food-oriented although there are variations from individual to individual. Many INFPs like foods that they’ve come to enjoy again and again through habit, and this is a result of their tertiary Si. They tend to be picky eaters as young children.
ISFPs who mistype as INFPs (which is relatively common) may be much more adventurous with new tastes. The majority of INFPs prefer to eat alone or with a few close friends as opposed to eating at large gatherings or parties. Isolation gives the INFP the ability to relax and truly enjoy the flavors and sensations of the food they eat.
The ENFPs Relationship with Food
ENFPs love the social aspect of sharing a meal with others. They love meeting up at restaurants or coffee shops and discussing their latest ideas over a favorite dish. However, on their own ENFPs aren’t especially aware of their body’s signals. This is because ENFPs have inferior Introverted Sensing (Si). When ENFPs are caught up in an idea or possibility they may forget to eat for long periods of time. When I was taking the MBTI® Practitioners Course, the instructor (an ENFP) spoke about this in detail. He explained that whenever he got caught up in ideas and over-used his dominant intuition that over time he would realize he wasn’t feeling well. Suddenly it would occur to him that he hadn’t eaten in days! This kind of experience is relatively typical for intuitive-dominant personalities.
When ENFPs are experiencing chronic stress or they have over-used their dominant intuition, they may experience a “grip” reaction. When this occurs, their inferior Si takes over, often in an unhealthy way. They may eat more than usual, but it is more common for ENFPs to exhibit inferior Si in other ways; they may become obsessed with organizing or cleaning or filing things away. They may also become hyper-aware of inner-body sensations and start worrying that they have a life-threatening illness.
It’s important for ENFPs to remember to eat and drink. I’ve spoken to some ENFPs who set reminders on their phone to get a glass of water or a healthy snack throughout the day. ENFPs are less likely to skip meals if they have something readily available to grab and eat without much preparation or distraction from their visions.
The INTJs Relationship with Food
INTJs can go from ignoring food for long periods of time to being the most adventurous epicureans. Because they have inferior Extraverted Sensing (Se) they tend to be unaware of their body’s hunger cues. Their Introverted Sensing (Si) is the least conscious of all their functions, or what typologists would call the “demon” function. Because Si gives the user an awareness of inner-body sensations like hunger or thirst, those with Si in their shadow functions may be unaware of when they are hungry, when they are full, or when they are thirsty. Many INTJs report that they don’t realize they are hungry till they start feeling sick or developing headaches. They may forget to eat or drink as they pursue their vision or plan for the future.
When INTJs do eat, they usually enjoy a variety of foods and are happy to try new things. If they are focused on a goal or a project, they may not even be able to taste their food because their mind is elsewhere.
When INTJs have a grip-related stress reaction, Se takes over in an immature, unhealthy form. The INTJ who normally is focused on moderation and a big-picture vision may suddenly become impulsive and reckless. They may binge eat, or else deny food altogether. They may crave especially strong flavors to become more in touch with their physical bodies. You can find out more about their other coping mechanisms here.
A 2010 study compiled in the book The Association Between Myers-Briggs Personality Types and Eating Disorders by Sarah A. Williams found that out of a group of 55 patients, the second-most common type with an eating disorder was the INTJ type. They comprised 10.63% of the patients with eating disorders. INTJs are very perfectionistic individuals and it is believed that this might contribute to their focus on weight and size.
It is important for INTJs to make sure they are meeting their nutritional needs and that they aren’t being pushed to one extreme of overeating or the opposite extreme of malnourishment. Setting reminders on their phones to drink or eat, following a meal plan, and having plenty of healthy food readily available is especially important for this type.
Note: Many ISTJs mistype as INTJs from online personality tests. ISTJs are very aware of inner-body sensation because they have dominant Si. They can usually tell pretty quickly when they are hungry or full and they tend to have favorite foods that they come back to again and again. INTJs, in contrast, tend to be very unaware of their body’s hunger cues and when they do eat are less likely to have the same things again and again.
The ENTJs Relationship with Food
ENTJs are very goal-oriented individuals who can get lost in their vision and forget to eat enough or stay hydrated. When ENTJs are in pursuit of their vision they may suppress their tertiary Extraverted Sensing (Se) and focus entirely on their plan for the future. However, when that goal is completed they often enjoy celebrating with a lavish meal or favorite drink. ENTJs tend to enjoy rich, flavorful foods and there is usually nothing new they aren’t open to trying. Because Se is the ENTJ’s relief function, they can make a hobby out of trying new and decadent flavors.
ENTJs aren’t usually picky eaters, and they are likely to be very logical about what they eat. If they eat too much they are usually pretty good about exercising to stay fit. In fact, according to the MBTI Manual, the favorite leisure activity for ENTJs is exercise. While ENTJs truly appreciate a delicious, exciting meal, they tend to not make a habit out of overeating or “binging”.
The INTPs Relationship with Food
INTPs tend to immerse themselves in their thoughts and hobbies and they may see mealtimes as an unwelcome interruption. Because INTPs have tertiary Introverted Sensing (Si) they tend to have favorite meals that they come back to again and again when they are in a relaxed state of mind. For the most part, INTPs try to find the quickest, easiest meals that they can put together without having to spend a lot of time at it. INTPs usually have a good sense of when they are full, and are less likely than many types to have issues with overeating.
Certain INTPs enjoy using their Ne as a way to experiment with different unique foods and flavors to create their own signature dishes. However, this is less common with this type than with others.
The ENTPs Relationship with Food
ENTPs enjoy the social aspect of sharing a favorite meal with friends. Because they have inferior Introverted Sensing (Si) they can struggle with being aware of their body’s hunger cues. They may get caught up in thoughts or ideas and forget to eat or drink as they pursue new possibilities. This period of unawareness may go on for several days until they start realizing they feel sick, dizzy, or especially lethargic.
Intuitive dominant personalities, in general, are most likely to be unaware of their body’s hunger cues and go for periods without eating. When ENTPs ignore their inferior Si for long, this may result in a Si-eruption. When this happens, the ENTP may become especially focused on food and indulging in their favorite meals. More often, though, ENTPs in the grip of Si become uncharacteristically quiet, withdrawn, and in extreme cases they may become especially aware of inner body sensations and become concerned they are suffering from a life-threatening illness.
It is especially important for ENTPs to have reminders to eat healthy meals and snacks throughout the day so they can avoid malnourishment or side-effects.
The ISTJs Relationship with Food
ISTJs are usually very diligent about maintaining mealtimes and they usually have a variety of favorite foods they come back to again and again. Because they are Si-dominant they can usually tell when they are hungry, full, thirsty, or hydrated. They tend to take care of their body’s needs and are unlikely to lose track of mealtimes. ISTJs are usually very aware of flavors and as a result may be sensitive to especially strong or spicy foods, unless they were raised eating such types of foods regularly.
ISTJs are very habit-oriented with food; they like what they know and tend to not be as adventurous in their palettes as Se-users (SP or NJ types). Most ISTJs aren’t prone to overeating because they determine when they are full much better than most other types. However, unhealthy ISTJs who focus too extensively on inner-body sensations and flavors may become overly indulgent with food and develop an excessive love of food or drink. ISTJs who grow up in unhealthy environments may get into a habit of unhealthy eating and it can be especially hard for them to break this habit because the more they do something the more it becomes enjoyable to them.
The ESTJs Relationship with Food
ESTJs are such task-oriented people that they often see mealtimes as another item to check off their to-do list. They usually eat at the same times every day and enjoy a variety of meals that they come back to again and again. Their auxiliary Introverted Sensing (Si) makes them especially aware of flavors and they may be sensitive to especially spicy or strong flavors, unless they were raised eating these types of foods. ESTJs tend to be picky eaters as children and they may prefer to stick to a few favorite meals.
ESTJs who are experiencing a grip reaction to stress may handle anger or frustration by overeating or indulging in some other way, but this varies from person to person.
The ISFJs Relationship with Food
ISFJs are similar to ISTJs in their relationship with food. They are usually diligent at maintaining meal times and they often have a selection of favorite foods they come back to again and again. Because their dominant function is Introverted Sensing (Si) they are usually aware of their body’s hunger cues and are less likely to skip meals or forget to eat or drink. They may be picky eaters as children, carefully avoiding new and unfamiliar foods or being wary of strong or spicy flavors. ISFJs who are raised on strong or spicy food will usually be more adventurous in their tastes and less likely to be satisfied with bland meals. The more ISFJs are used to eating a certain meal or type of food, the more likely they are to enjoy that same meal into adulthood.
Because ISFJs have auxiliary Extraverted Feeling (Fe) they may use food as a way to reach out to their friends and family and show they care. Many ISFJs enjoy creating delicious meals for their loved ones or helping out in their communities and organizations by contributing to bake sales, soup kitchens, etc,. They may have a difficult time turning down food at a social gathering for fear of being rude to their host or hostess.
Most ISFJs are aware enough of when they are full that they don’t overeat as a habit. Some ISFJs who are imbalanced or immature in their growth may focus too heavily on Si and develop an excessive love of food or drink, but this is rare.
The ESFJs Relationship with Food
ESFJs enjoy the social opportunities that food can provide. They are usually very good hosts or hostesses, providing delicious meals for their friends and loved ones. They use food as a way to reach out to people and take care of them. If someone is sick they are likely to show up with a hot meal at their doorstep, if someone is sad they may bake them a batch of cookies. Obviously, every person varies, but as a general trend ESFJs enjoy using food as a way to reach out to other people and show they care. They are more attached to the idea behind the food than the food itself.
ESFJs are usually aware of their own hunger cues and tend to eat at the same times every day. They often enjoy a selection of favorite foods that they come back to again and again. ESFJs have been known to overeat when they are worried or stressed, but if they are in a balanced state they are not prone to over-eating.
The ISTPs Relationship with Food
ISTPs who enjoy good use of their auxiliary Extraverted Sensing (Se) tend to be true connoisseurs of good food. They enjoy fine flavors and are adventurous in their palettes. Some ISTPs see eating as a simply utilitarian function, and eat merely because they have to. But most ISTPs know how to relish each bite and enjoy new and different varieties of cuisine.
ISTPs have no problem saying no to unwanted food at a social gathering, so social overeating is less likely to be a problem. They are fond of trying new things, and aren’t as concerned with eating at the same time each day or having the same food at every meal. Their Se gives them a stronger desire to try new and novel treats and high-quality delicacies.
The ESTPs Relationship with Food
ESTPs relish new and exciting flavors and they tend to be adventurous food connoisseurs. Their dominant Extraverted Sensing (Se) gives them a love of flavorful, decadent cuisine. They are willing to try just about anything and they can grow especially fond of sweets and fun snack foods that are rich and tasty. Many ESTPs like to snack when they’re bored to keep their Se stimulated, but others may listen to music, exercise, or do something hands-on and creative to engage their Se.
Novel foods and tastes are exciting for ESTPs. They are less likely than Si-users to notice when they are full or hungry and they may overeat and not realize they are full till they develop a stomach ache. That said, ESTPs are generally very active and physically oriented so they tend to burn off a lot of calories and avoid a sedentary lifestyle. They also tend to care about their appearance and takes steps to ensure they are healthy and physically fit. Many ESTPs make excellent chefs because of their natural creativity and knack for experimenting with unique blends and exotic spices.
The ISFPs Relationship with Food
ISFPs enjoy experimenting with flavors and tastes and many of them can be very creative chefs. Their auxiliary Extraverted Sensing gives them a love of rich, fine flavors and sweet treats. ISFPs tend to be adventurous epicureans and are usually open to trying new, exciting dishes. That said, they also tend to be physically active and concerned with staying in shape, so they may exercise self-control and restraint more often than other types when they eat.
ISFPs, as well as all other Se-users, can fall into the trap of eating when they’re bored, but they may also have healthier outlets like drawing, listening to music, exercising, or reading.
The ESFPs Relationship with Food
ESFPs enjoy the celebratory aspect of eating. They love to gather at a favorite restaurant with friends, or try new and exciting dishes from around the world. They tend to be natural foodies, since new flavors and tastes stimulate their dominant Extraverted Sensing (Se). Se-users tend to be active and concerned with their physical appearance, so they often try to keep an eye on what they eat and avoid overeating. That said, ESFPs who focus too much on stimulating their Se at the expense of their other functions may binge eat, watch too much TV, or find other sensory stimulations to indulge in.
Because ESFPs do not have Introverted Sensing (Si) in their primary function stack they may struggle with discerning when they are full. They may also get wrapped up in an activity and forget to eat. It’s important for them to take the time to slow down while they eat and notice their body’s signals.
ESFPs can make excellent, creative chefs and can enjoy experimenting with different exotic herbs and spices to create one-of-a-kind dishes for friends and family. In fact, chef Jamie Oliver is believed to be an ESFP.
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the physically clumsy drunk: estj
the mentally incoherent drunk: intj
the einstein drunk: isfp
the asshole drunk: estp
the play-it-cool drunk: enfj
the cookie monster drunk: esfp
the good listener drunk: infj
the rockefeller drunk: enfp
the shy-guy-turned-artist drunk: infp
the stone-cold-sober drunk: istp
the im-drinking-to-text-my-ex day-drunk: esfj
the im-not-leaving-without-getting-into-a-barfight drunk: entp
the horny af drunk: entj
the “when i’m done, i’m done” drunk: istj
the “i’m not that drunk” drunk: isfj
the wild card drunk: intp
ISTJ: Under-performing, letting others down, being nagged, a lack of honor.
ESTJ: Being disrespected, whining, having to be emotionally open, new-age silliness.
INTJ: Ignorance, flippant behavior, feeling stupid, subjectivity.
ENTJ: Being wrong, having to handle something with kid gloves, failure, Immaturity, crying.
ISFJ: Inconsiderate people, having to make tough decisions that effect others, not fitting in, not sharing.
ESFJ: being disliked, putting oneself before others, know-it-alls, selfishness.
INFJ: Feeling forced, Misunderstandings, being surrounded by conflict, when people intentionally lack perspective.
ENFJ: Unsolved conflict, closed off-ed-ness, unfairness, societal marginalization
ISFP: being told to live in a certain way, lack of freedom, meanness, being artistically stifled
ESFP: boundaries, judgement, not being able to express oneself, plainness.
INFP: feeling invalidated, having to be strictly logical and objective, a lack of imagination, conflict.
ENFP: Their ideas being stolen, someone questioning their sincerity, subjective logic, unchallenged beliefs.
ISTP: Being told what to do, stupidity, rigid structure, people who won’t get their hands dirty.
ESTP: Limits, “stupid people”, authority, having to tone it down
INTP: A lack of intelligence, emotional perspectives, scientific stagnation, invalidating ideas.
ENTPs: Rules, hiding their power level, objective morality, being written off for being unorthodox
ENTJ: The crushed souls of the defeated
INTP: Nothing. They don’t have veins. They’re robots.
ENFJ: Liquid gold
ENFP: Margarita mix
ISTJ: Blood, because that’s what’s supposed to be there
ESFJ: Hot chocolate
ISFJ: Cookie butter
Idk if this has been done before but there ARE 16 of them, sooo.
The TYRANT (ENTJ): the bullying despot, he wants power at any price. He ruthlessly conquers all he surveys, crushing his enemies beneath his feet. People are but pawns to him, and he holds all the power pieces. Hesitate before getting in this man’s way – he’ll think nothing of destroying you.
The BASTARD (ESFP) : the dispossessed son, he burns with resentment. He can’t have what he wants, so he lashes out to hurt those around him. His deeds are often for effect – he wants to provoke action in others. He proudly announces his rebellious dealings. Don’t be fooled by his boyish demeanor – he’s a bundle of hate.
The DEVIL (ENFJ) : the charming fiend, he gives people what he thinks they deserve. Charisma allows him to lure his victims to their own destruction. His ability to discover the moral weaknesses in others serves him well. Close your ears to his cajolery – he’ll tempt you to disaster.
The TRAITOR (INFJ) : the double agent, he betrays those who trust him most. No one suspects the evil that lurks in his heart. Despite supportive smiles and sympathetic ears, he plots the destruction of his friends. Never turn your back on him – he means you harm.
The OUTCAST (INTP) : the lonely outsider, he wants desperately to belong. Tortured and unforgiving, he has been set off from others, and usually for good cause. He craves redemption, but is willing to gain it by sacrificing others. Waste no sympathy on him - he’ll have none for you.
The EVIL GENIUS (INTJ) : the malevolent mastermind, he loves to show off his superior intelligence. Intellectual inferiors are contemptible to him and that includes just about everyone. Elaborate puzzles and experiments are his trademark. Don’t let him pull your strings – the game is always rigged in his favor.
The SADIST (ESTP) : the savage predator, he enjoys cruelty for its own sake. Violence and psychological brutality are games to this man; and he plays those games with daring and skill. Run, don’t walk, away from this man – he’ll tear out your heart, and laugh while doing it.
The TERRORIST (ISFP) : the dark knight, he serves a warped code of honor. Self-righteous, he believes in his own virtue, and judges all around him by a strict set of laws. The end will always justify his nefarious means, and no conventional morality will give him pause. Don’t try to appeal to his sense of justice – his does not resemble yours.
The BITCH (ESTJ) : the abusive autocrat, she lies, cheats, and steals her way to the top. Her climb to success has left many a heel mark on the backs of others. She doesn’t care about the peons around her – only the achievement of her dreams matters. Forget expecting a helping hand from her – she doesn’t help anyone but herself.
The BLACK WIDOW (ENFP) : the beguiling siren, she lures victims into her web. She goes after anyone who has something she wants, and she wants a lot. But she does her best to make the victim want to be deceived. An expert at seduction of every variety, she uses her charms to get her way. Don’t be fooled by her claims of love – it’s all a lie.
The BACKSTABBER (ESFJ) : the two-faced friend, she delights in duping the unsuspecting. Her sympathetic smiles enable her to learn her victims’ secrets, which she then uses to feather her nest. Her seemingly helpful advice is just the thing to hinder. Put no faith in her – she’ll betray you every time.
The LUNATIC (ENTP): the unbalanced madwoman, she draws others into her crazy environment. The drum to which she marches misses many a beat, but to her, it is the rest of the world that is out of step. Don’t even try to understand her logic – she is unfathomable.
The PARASITE (ISTP) : the poisonous vine, she collaborates for her own comfort. She goes along with any atrocity, so long as her own security is assured. She sees herself as a victim who had no choice, and blames others for her crimes. Expect no mercy from her – she won’t lift a finger to save anyone but herself.
The SCHEMER (ISTJ) : the lethal plotter, she devises the ruin of others. Like a cat with a mouse, she plays with lives. Elaborate plans, intricate schemes; nothing pleases her more than to trap the unwary. Watch out for her complex designs – she means you no good.
The FANATIC (INFP) : the uncompromising extremist, she does wrong in the name of good. She justifies hers action by her intent, and merely shrugs her shoulders at collateral damage. Anyone not an ally is an enemy, and therefore, fair game. Give up any hope of showing her the error of her ways – she firmly believes you are wrong, wrong, wrong.
The MATRIARCH (ISFJ) : the motherly oppressor, she smothers her loved ones. She knows what’s best and will do all in her power to controls the lives of those who surround her – all for their own good. A classic enabler, she sees no fault with her darlings, unless they don’t follow her dictates. Don’t be lured into her family nest – you’ll never get out alive
smart weirdo loner
curious but lazy
curious but lazy and obnoxious
werk werk werk werk werk werk werk
human golden retriever
the protagonist in every book/movie/tv show
in lala land 24/7
really wants to be a good person and usually is
too good, too pure
the perfect one that you try to hate but can't
gives 0 fucks
tries too hard to be a badass
enfp: curiousity, bright eyes, sunflowers, artsy aesthetic pictures, sudden laughter, looking someone in the eye, concert tickets, glitter, feeling at home, fresh smells
enfj: campfire, picking out what to wear somewhere, long rants about things you care about, post-it notes, little smiles, encouraging words, compassion, mood swings, neon lights
esfp: new videos of your favourite youtubers, picnics, shivers, acoustic guitars, realising that you are in love, little notes scribbled onto paper, plants
esfj: waking up knowing that the day will be great, getting to know new people better, polaroids, colourful notebooks, the sea, talking to your best friend about things you can’t talk about with anybody else
infj: astronomy, lilac sky, wanting to know the reason for something so badly, holding in tears while smiling, maps of places you want to visit, book piles, late night conversations
infp: sketchbooks, self-made playlists, hopes for the future, reading a book for the hundreth time, obsessing about something, caring too much, finally finding someone who understands
isfj: galleries, cycling through the city late at night, nostalgia, “the one song”, the moon, suddenly being overwhelmed with emotion, buying yourself new flowers to place next to your desk, enjoying the first minutes of the day in bed
isfp: reassuring words, making your hair look perfect, little poems, waterfalls, lace, loving your friends more than anything, wanderlust, smell of roses
intj: reading a book while being on a social event, raised eyebrows, quick thoughts, structures, skyscrapers, an empty street at night, crystals, wit and sarcasm, cold evenings, eye bags, forgetting about your surroundings
intp: spending hours on wikipedia, always looking for the right answer, dusk, petrichor, cold air, first days of winter, everything finally making sense, writing ideas down, searching for the right words, being really passionate about something
istj: postcards, rings, flea markets, rivers, city trips, black and white photographs, to-do lists, gentle nods, taking someone’s hand, everything working out how you thought it would
istp: graffiti, holograms, city’s at night, rollercoasters, electric guitars, black holes, connecting two ideas
estj: ancient ruines, sculptures, skylines, first snow, justice, the feeling of doing the right thing, glory, hard work
estp: loyality, glass figures, blizzards, cold colours, paradox
entj: smokings, black grids, power, mansions, the sounds of high heels clicking, assuring yourself that you are going to suceed, having the perfect plan, standing on top of a skyscraper, tension, galas, freshly printed magazines
entp: excitement, knowing that you can’t stop now, i-don’t-care-but-i-do, smirks, waiting for people to reply, eyes widening, “what if…”
(character tropes from here)
- no shirt, long jacket
- heroic comedic sociopath
- first-person smartass
- the all-american boy
- very punchable man
- jerk with a heart of gold
- pint-sized powerhouse
- badass bookworm
- hooker with a heart of gold
- badass normal
- cool uncle
- officer and a gentleman
- understanding boyfriend
- ridiculously average guy
- heroism wont pay the bills
- self-made man
- grade-school ceo
- mysterious protector
- waistcoat of style
- always lawful good
- action mom
- comes great responsibility
- social climber
- innocent flower girl
- emo teen
- incorruptible pure pureness
- never grew up
- mr imagination
- a protagonist shall lead them
- pretty boy
- troubled, but cute
- i just want to be special
- mama bear
- romantic runner-up
- absent-minded professor
- dead-pan snarker
- death seeker
- distressed dude
- hell seeker
- person of mass destruction
- magnificant bastard
- defecting for love
- tall, dark, and handsome
- lovable traitor
- lovable alpha bitch
- defrosting ice queen
doesn't get on a lifeboat but still survives, is found floating on debris
jumps down in the water, swims to a lifeboat, survives
makes a brief attempt to get on a lifeboat, fails and spends the rest of the time sitting on the deck observing panicked people like it's some sort of social experiment, doesn't survive
passed out in one of the lifeboats earlier because they couldn't find their room, wakes up when it's being loaded and stays on board, survives
gets on a lifeboat but gives up their seat to someone else, doesn't survive
sleeps through the crash, wakes up far too late, doesn't survive
looks calm but is secretly terrified, gets on a lifeboat, survives but experiences intense survivor's guilt
tries to calm everyone down by putting on a stand up show, succeeds briefly but eventually panic takes over again, panics with the rest of the passengers, doesn't survive
refuses to get on a boat if they can't bring their male family members with them, doesn't survive
helps children and the elderly on boats, doesn't survive but gets a statue erected in their honor for their selfless sacrifice
gets on a boat relatively early, takes charge on the boat and readily shares their food and water with others, survives
helps with getting the boats ready and loading them even though they're not a part of the crew, gets on one of the last boats and survives
walks up to the deck the second they hear the crash, quickly calculates how bad the situation is and gets on the first boat, survives
quickly realizes how bad the situation is, tries to arrange people on life boats, gets frustrated and gives up after a moment and gets on the second lifeboat, survives
never got on the ship to begin with because they had an ominous feeling about it, takes the next boat and is happy they did
decides to stay behind and let others take their place on the life boat, comforts others who stayed behind as well, doesn't survive</p>