bc i’m curious can y’all reblog this with ur mbti and what the first career you remember wanting to be? like i’m an isfj and i wanted to be a teacher
Why are you like this?
A very good question. 7/10 dentists don't recommend being like this either.
Seriously, what happened to you as a child that made you this way?
I've been to an array of world-renowned psychologists and none have been able to figure it out. I have become a psychological enigma--no one can quite figure out the makings of my disturbed existence, no matter how hard they try.
I mean, relatable. I think one of the main reasons we're friends is because we've both basically been total messes the moment we each popped out of our respective wombs.
and I’ll detail these things:
If I have met anyone of this type:
1. Have I met anyone of this type?
2. Do I have any Tumblr friends/faves of this type?
3. What type of relationship do/did we have, or how well do/did we know each other?
4. First impressions?
5. Positive impressions?
6. Negative impressions?
7. Stuff I’ve always wanted to do with this type?
If I haven’t:
1. Would I want to meet/get to know this type?
2. General impressions?
3. What do I imagine our relationship would be like? How well would we get along?
4. Stuff I’ve always wanted to do with this type?
I’m curious. What is yours and your best friend MBTI type?
ESTP –> ISTJ <3
INTP and um…
*thinks if I have anyone close enough to me who’s not related to me that I can call a friend*
arguably this person could be Not my closest friend but at least I know xyr type (ISFP) so I’m going with xem
Final Answer: INTP - ISFP
Well, I can’t choose just one friend, so I’m going to choose 4 :)
ENFP - INFP, INTJ, INTJ, and ENFJ
I also have numerous sets. So here we go with the pairs:
ENTP & INTP
ENTP & ENFJ
ENTP & INTJ
ENTP & INFP
ENTP & ISFP
ENTP & ESFP
ISTP - ISFJ
INFJ & ENFP
INFJ & INTJ (Also, I’m pretty close with an ENFJ too.)
ENTP: ESTP but nerdier, INTP but louder, ENFP but cooler, ENTJ but funnier and less competent
ISFP: ESFP but softer, INFP but calmer, ISTP but lovelier, ISFJ but colder
INTP: ENTP but chiller, INTJ but lazier, INFP but not fckin crazy, ISTP but unfashionable
INFP: ENFP but sadder, INTP but creative, ISFP but pensive, INFJ but distant
INTJ: ENTJ but patient, INTP but diligent, ISTJ but pretentious, INFJ but colder
ENTJ: INTJ but aggressive, ENTP but practical, ESTJ but dangerous, ENFJ but hardier
INFJ: INTJ but tactful, ISFJ but analytical, INFP but involved, ENFJ but pensive
ESTJ: ESTP but reliable, ENTJ but obsessive, ESFJ but analytical, ISTJ but involved
ESTP: ISTP but confrontational, ESFP but independent, ESTJ but irresponsible, ENTP but with a police record
ISTJ: ESTJ but independent, INTJ but street-smart, ISFJ but cynical, ISTP but completely neurotic
ISFJ: ISFP but stubborn, ESFJ but humble, INFJ but practical, ISTJ but friendlier
ENFP: INFP but more energetic, ESFP but dreamier, ENFJ but flakier, ENTP but likable
ESFP: ESTP but personable, ENFP but flamboyant, ISFP but energetic, ESFJ but flighty
ISTP: ESTP but distant, ISTJ but unreliable, INTP but cool, ISFP but blunt
ESFJ: ISFJ but hedonistic, ENFJ but impulsive, ESTJ but friendlier, ESFP but overbearing
ENFJ: INFJ but manipulative, ENFP but deliberate, ESFJ but premeditated, ENTJ but charming
This is actually such an interesting idea
Wow. This is good.
- Generous, friendly, sympathetic, and affectionate.
- Eager to please their partners and motivated to create a fun, harmonious, and active home.
- Often enjoy family life tremendously and typically prioritize socializing with loved ones above all else.
- Tend to avoid conflict and may have trouble being serious, preferring to move on with their active lives rather than have an uncomfortable discussion.
- They are tuned into the needs of the people around them, but prefer to do something constructive to take care of their loved ones, rather than spend time hashing out difficult issues.
- Supportive of their mates and try to take good care of their families, but can be impulsive as they pursue the pleasures of life.
- May go where the wind blows and neglect to follow up on responsibilities. They are characteristically spontaneous and usually dislike a structured lifestyle.
- ESFPs want a partner who supports them in their lifelong pursuit of fun and excitement.
- An ideal mate for an ESFP is affectionate and appreciative of the ESFP’s generosity and desire to be helpful to others.
- Loyal, patient, and easygoing.
- Eager to help and quickly perceive the needs of their partners and families. Often show affection with simple, practical gestures that make their loved ones feel comfortable and well taken care of.
- Like to maintain harmony and are very reluctant to engage in conflict.
- May have difficulty asserting themselves and struggle with expressing feelings of anger or resentment.
- Ideally, they want to be cooperative and accommodate others, and may find themselves taken advantage of if their partners are not sensitive to their needs.
- ISFPs are tolerant and uncritical, and adapt easily to their surroundings.
- They like to go with the flow and enjoy life from moment to moment.
- An ideal mate for an ISFP takes the time to show spontaneous gestures of affection, and appreciates the ISFP’s kind and helpful nature.
- Fun-loving, pragmatic, hedonistic and flirtatious,
- ESTP partners tend to keep things exciting. They are often pursuing adventure and like a playmate who will come along for the ride.
- ESTPs tend to have little patience for serious emotional exploration, preferring to keep things fun and action-packed.
- They tend to be attentive to their partners’ physical needs, but may neglect the deeper emotional connections.
- Serious discussions about feelings rarely hold much appeal for the thrillseeking ESTP.
- ESTPs are enthusiastic and reasonable problem-solvers.
- However, their orientation toward quick thinking may lead them to try to apply a solution before they fully understand the issues involved in a conflict, especially when complex and difficult emotions are involved.
- ESTPs want a partner that will appreciate their practicality and willingness to get their hands dirty, and allow them plenty of freedom to pursue excitement.
- Dependent, calm, enjoy being useful to their partners as quick and able problem-solvers.
- ISTPs are fun-loving and adventurous, and will often encourage their partners to learn new and exciting physical skills.
- They are good at responding to their partners’ immediate physical needs, but may be less adept at dealing with emotions.
- ISTPs are natural troubleshooters, but look for logical, practical solutions to problems; more complex personal issues may leave them stumped.
- Often private, the ISTP tends to keep their feelings and reactions to themselves.
- For the ISTP, this is not about withholding: they simply prefer to move on to the next activity rather than dwell on their emotional experience.
- ISTPs understand the temporary nature of their emotions, and rarely find them an interesting topic of conversation.
- ISTPs are unlikely to offer flowery speeches or romantic overtures, and are more likely to show affection by being of practical service to their partners.
- They want their partners to appreciate their skills in getting things done, and to allow them plenty of freedom to do their own thing.
- Supportive, nurturing, and reliable.
- Concern themselves with providing practical support to their partners and living up to traditional standards in a relationship.
- They adhere strictly to their own moral code, and want a partner who agrees with them on issues of right and wrong, should and should not.
- Conscientiousness is important to the ESFJ, and when they follow through responsibly on their promises, they expect the same from others.
- ESFJs like an organized life and want their partners to participate in a structured, scheduled lifestyle.
- ESFJs dislike conflict and are motivated to resolve it quickly.
- They prefer stable, harmonious relationships and like a partner who is able to be loving and committed, even when the ESFJ has strong emotional reactions.
- ESFJs appreciate a partner who notices their efforts to provide for their families, and commends them on a job well done.
- Generous, accomodating, and loyal.
- Dedicated to the task of taking care of their loved ones, and take their family responsibilities seriously.
- They look for ways to provide and to assist, and are attentive to the details of the people around them.
- ISFJs are motivated to help, and may put their partner’s needs ahead of their own.
- They typically have a clear idea of what a partner “should” do, but are not likely to be outwardly demanding when it comes to their own needs.
- They prize harmony and will often withdraw rather than engage in conflict.
- ISFJs want a relationship that allows them to be helpful and dutiful in their devotion to loved ones.
- They appreciate a considerate and thoughtful partner who recognizes their dedication and ability to nurture others.
- Dependable, responsible, and opinionated.
- Appreciate routine and family traditions, and want stability and security in their home life.
- They tend to have very structured lives and organized homes.
- ESTJs can be domineering, and often want to dictate schedules and procedures for the people around them.
- Decisive and strong-willed, they are sometimes impatient with their partners’ feelings.
- They may need to work on relaxing control and opening the lines of communication.
- ESTJs value a partner who appreciates their responsibility and productivity, and one who notices the ESTJ’s tangible contributions to the relationship.
- Loyal and reliable.
- Value stability, tend to appreciate relationships that they can count on over the long term.
- They keep their promises and expect others to do the same.
- ISTJs are resoundingly logical and can be stubborn once they’ve decided on the best course of action.
- They usually like things done their way.
- Often the “proper” course of action is self-evident to the ISTJ, who may have little patience with unconventional approaches.
- ISTJs tend to work hard to ensure that their families are provided for and that they are living up to their own expectations of what a good partner should be.
- They are typically most satisfed with a partner who can recognize and appreciate the hard work they put in to contribute to the household.
- Commanding and challenging partner.
- Have high expectations for themselves and for their partners, and want a mate who will put in the time and effort necessary to create a successful life together.
- Prefer to have their homes and lives structured and organized, and may be domineering in imposing this structure on others.
- They tend to have a clear idea of how things should be done, and may feel that others should follow.
- ENTJs are enthusiastic and analytical problem-solvers, and will approach conflict head-on.
- They are unemotional in sorting out issues, and weigh perspectives with a logical detachment.
- They may neglect to attend to their partner’s feelings, preferring to arrive at conclusions with objective logic.
- They can also have trouble listening patiently, because of their strong desire to problem-solve.
- ENTJs are typically ambitious and may spend a lot of time at work or otherwise pursuing career success.
- They often need a partner who is independent and supportive of their goals. ENTJs value a partner who respects and appreciates their competence, intelligence, and effectiveness.
- Loyal but independent.
- Can be almost scientific in choosing a mate and make devoted partners once they have found a match that fits their rigorous list of requirements.
- Often have clear ideas about what makes for a solid relationship and are unwavering in their pursuit of this ideal.
- INTJs often have a passion for self-improvement and are encouraging of their partners’ goals and intellectual pursuits.
- They do not usually see the need for frivolous affection or romance, feeling that their devotion should be evident.
- They are more focused on serving their partners with hard work and resourceful problem-solving than they are on showering them with attention.
- INTJs’ partners often find them difficult to read, and indeed they do not show emotion easily; they find the process of discussing emotions much too messy and disorganized.
- They enjoy solving difficult problems, but are often out of their depth when it comes to illogical, unpredictable personal issues.
- INTJs value a partner that allows them the independence to achieve their goals, and one who appreciates their efficacy, insight, and ability to offer creative solutions to problems.
- Inventive, enthusiastic, and spontaneous.
- Are often exciting partners, full of ideas for new things to explore together.
- ENTPs like to encourage their mates to pursue their ambitions.
- They may be competitive or even argumentative; they enjoy a good debate for its own sake.
- They typically need a partner who is emotionally resilient and doesn’t take offense at their intellectual challenges.
- ENTPs can be unreliable as they follow their inspiration, wherever it may lead. They have little interest in order or routine, and may neglect mundane household chores as they pursue more stimulating activities.
- ENTPs prize their ability to understand others and communicate effectively, and have an ongoing interest in improving themselves and their relationships.
- They want to know how their partners’ minds work, and are creative in coming up with solutions to interpersonal problems.
- The ideal mate for an ENTP appreciates their ingenuity, competence, and perceptiveness, and supports them in their ever-changing interests, schemes, and social pursuits.
- Independent and clever partners.
- They enjoy engaging intellectually and want an intelligent partner who can match their ability to think critically.
- INTPs have little appetite for the mundane aspects of life, and may disregard the usual rituals of a relationship.
- They are rarely interested in tradition, preferring instead to design a lifestyle that makes sense for the parties involved—even if it looks highly unconventional to other people.
- They are tolerant of individual preferences but will rarely do something because they are told they “should.”
- INTPs tend to analyze the theory behind everything, and may interpret human interactions with the detached logic of a psychological researcher.
- They may find others difficult to deal with when they cannot understand the logic behind their behavior.
- When things get too emotional, they may retreat to their own world of thoughts and ideas.
- INTPs want plenty of space in a relationship to explore their own thoughts, ideas, and interests.
- They value a partner that appreciates their ingenuity and problem-solving ability, and one that understands their need for autonomy.
- Helpful and enthusiastically supportive.
- They are motivated to understand their partners and to do what pleases them, and are sensitive the the emotions and reactions of their mates.
- ENFJs make great cheerleaders, and will encourage their partners to develop and explore their potential.
- They are engaged and ready to help, and look for opportunities to support their mates in their accomplishments.
- ENFJ partners want harmony above all else, sometimes at the expense of their own needs.
- Conflict is upsetting to ENFJs, and they often avoid it.
- ENFJs are very sensitive to criticism and can become highly emotional and even punishing when their feelings are hurt.
- However, they have great insight about people, emotions and motivations; they are often able to put this talent to use in resolving things.
- The ideal mate for an ENFJ appreciates their compassion, support, and dedication to helping others, and makes an effort to understand the ENFJ’s feelings and values.
- Supportive and guided by a sense of integrity.
- The INFJ’s interest in human development applies to their mates as well, and they are encouraging of their partner’s dreams, aspirations, and achievements.
- INFJs want to maintain harmony in their relationships and are highly motivated to resolve conflicts.
- They tend to be creative problem-solvers and look for the emotional core of an issue to create a meeting of the minds.
- Although they desire cooperation, they are not willing to go along with an idea that does not feel authentic to them.
- When it comes to their core values and ethics, they are unwilling to compromise.
- INFJs want a high degree of intimacy and emotional engagement, and are happiest when they feel they are sharing their innermost thoughts and feelings with their mates.
- INFJs value a partner who respects their deeply held values and ethics, and one who appreciates their creativity and inspiration.
- Warm, encouraging, and emotionally engaged.
- Connect with others by sharing their feelings and experiences.
- They are expressive with their mates and want their mates to share openly with them.
- ENFPs place great importance on personal development; they encourage their mates to pursue their dreams and want the same encouragement back.
- They are accepting of their partners as individuals and are unlikely to pressure their partners into being or doing anything in particular.
- On the rare occasion that they object to a mate’s behavior, it’s likely to be because their values have been violated.
- Although they are quite sensitive, ENFPs can be guarded when it comes to their deepest feelings.
- They dislike conflict and are likely to withdraw rather than engage in a difficult discussion.
- ENFPs are flexible and supportive, and would rather find a way to connect than butt heads.
- They are creative problem-solvers, and can often come up with original ways to compromise.
- ENFPs can sometimes be unpredictable, as they follow their inspiration wherever it leads.
- They can seem unreliable, although they are usually very responsive when a partner is emotionally in need.
- The ideal mate for an ENFP supports their creativity and caring for others, and expresses appreciation for the ENFP’s unique qualities openly and often.
- Nurturing, empathic, and loyal.
- Tend to select their friends and partners carefully, looking for a strong bond and congruent values.
- They are self-aware and often spiritual.
- INFPs tend to be open-minded and accepting of another’s behavior and preferences, so long as their core values are not violated.
- They support their partners’ individuality, and encourage them to explore their interests and ideas.
- INFPs look for ways to compromise and accommodate other people, and often have creative solutions to interpersonal problems.
- They can be very sensitive, but often keep negative reactions to themselves because they are reluctant to engage in confrontation.
- Close and harmonious relationships are important to INFPs, although they also need a lot of independent time to think and reflect.
- They often want plenty of freedom to express themselves and pursue greater self-awareness.
- They value a partner who is committed and loving, yet provides them with the support they need to independently explore the mysteries of life.
Have you ever been bored on a Tuesday evening just sitting around and thinking to yourself, “Boy, I sure wish I had a shit ton of random MBTI-related charts, statistics, and surveys to look at”? SAY NO MORE, FAM. I have compiled here for you today the world’s finest assortment of completely useless MBTI-related data, all for your viewing (and procrastinating) pleasure. Enjoy!
1. MBTI by gender distribution
2. MBTI by sexual orientation
3. MBTI by political affiliation
4. MBTI by Hogwarts House
5. MBTI by zodiac sign
6. MBTI by household income
7. MBTI by percentage of males per type
8. A random assortment of MBTI statistics
9. MBTI by enneagram correlation
10. MBTI by alignment
11. MBTI by intellectual giftedness
12. MBTI and whatever this is
13. MBTI by type compatibility
14. MBTI by type of abuse survivors
15. MBTI types of stay-at-home parents
16. MBTI type of polled therapists
17. MBTI type of librarians
18. MBTI type by unemployment status
19. MBTI type by instinctual variant
20. MBTI type by correlation to psychopathy
21. MBTI by happiness level
22. MBTI by temperament
23. MBTI by philosophical alignment
Enjoy, data hogs!
Disclaimer: These are based largely on MBTI stereotypes, so they are not necessarily meant to be an accurate description of any given type.
INFP: “I have a nonreciprocal relationship with the void. It’s sad…”
ENFP: "I submit to my face every day wholeheartedly!“
INFJ: “Predestination gives me the heebeejeebies in great quantities.”
ENFJ: “I wish people’s hearts were more like computer programs … [so they’d be] easier to manipulate.”
INTP: “I don’t think you understand how apathetic I am about everything in life. My ability to decide is literally zero.”
ENTP: “I would certainly hope there’s something wrong with what I’m saying, because I definitely don’t believe it deep down.“
INTJ: “You’re hemorraghing my intellect!”
ENTJ: “Moral of the story: don’t believe in yourself.”
ISFJ: “That’s why I don’t believe in myself.”
ESFJ: “I AM DRAMA!!”
ISTJ: “It’s horrifying how persistent life is.”
ESTJ: “We have a cure for your dreams.”
ISFP: “I’m honestly way more turned on by Picasso than anything else I’ve ever seen … those contortions leave a lot of room for interpretation.”
ESFP: “With the right attitude, you can have sex with anything!”
ISTP: “Honestly, I feel like most people are only useful as fertilizer.”
ESTP: “Relationships is just another word for sex.”
(in the middle of a conversation on instagram etiquette)
I don't post at all, so I never have to worry about etiquette. I just give no shits.
Oh, I know. The astounding lack of shits in your personal possession is envied by all. Philosophers everywhere are striving to emulate this strange mindset.
Yes, my delicate worldview toes the line between indifference and nihilism without falling into the crevice.
It's a psychological tightrope.
- “stay over”
- “you might like this”
- “i was just in the neighborhood”
- “i want you to be happy”
- “you look like you could use a hug”
- “i’ll wait”
- “you didn’t have to ask”
- “i’ll meet you halfway”
- “i’ll be here when you’re ready”
- “i saw this and thought of you”
- “i’m worried about you”
- “i like your laugh”
- “don’t worry about me”
- “i’m proud of you”
- “that’s okay, i bought two”
- “you should take a break - you work too hard”
- “take my jacket, it’s cold outside”
- “you’re important too”
- “i made this for you”
- “we can share”
- “i don’t mind”
- “it reminded me of you”
- “i made your favourite”
- “i want you to have this”
- “listen to this song - it reminded me of you”
- “i’m happy you’re here”
- “i saved you a piece”
- “well what do you want to do?”
- “i picked these for you”
- “stay there, i’ll come get you”
- “you dont have to say anything”
- “i’ll help you study”
- “i noticed”
- “do you need any help with that?”
- “call me if you need anything”
- “it’s no bother”
- “i’ll do it for you”
- “i really want your opinion on something”
- “you can have the last slice”
- “what do you want to watch?”
- “do you want to come too?”
- “is there anything i can do to help?”
- “it’s okay, i couldn’t sleep anyways”
- “take mine”
- “i appreciate what you do for me”
- “you just made my day”
- “we’ll figure it out”
apologizes repeatedly to the waiter for not ordering an appetizer because she had a whole plate of pasta before she came
purposefully pronounces every item on the menu wrong to get a laugh out of ENFJ, much to the chagrin of the waiter & embarrassment of INFJ
insists that EVERYONE AT THE TABLE MUST GET PHO, as it's the Best Option, and is genuinely slightly upset when no one gets it
halfway through the meal randomly realizes she left her wallet in the car and runs out to get it. feels guilty and irresponsible all night and keeps reiterating that she's "more responsible than this" (which is true) and apologizing, although no one cares about it but her
I’m curious, what subjects do you enjoy the most? Which ones do you hate? Reblog with your type and your favorite and least favorite class at school or college
Fave: Math, naturally comes to me, especially Calc. Man I can dig me some calc.
Hate: History, specific dates tend to blur and seem unimportant
ISTJ and in high school I would have answered the same exact thing. I love learning about history, but I hated history class - I just want to learn what happened and talk about why but not have to do any work about specific names and places and dates.
Favorite: definitely English, or anything that involves reading books/words and analyzing them, in any language. I also really loved AP psych in high school, although my college lecture was not particularly fun, and I have a very love/hate relationship with foreign languages
My least favorite is math, which I’m bad at only because I dislike it so much that I never really try hard enough to do well. It’s obviously a very useful skill for a lot of people, but I’m not one of them, and it’s so pointless if I’m wasting time and energy learning something I’ll never use.
discrete mathematics, psychology, biology (except the detailed parts), computer science (c++), philosophy
physics mechanics with calculus,
calculus 2 (the one with the surfaces of revolution),
art where u have to draw things in front of u (boring objects)
writing classes where u have to be interesting (ie college writing would be a problem moreso than technical writing[also im getting used to technical b/c of programming])
US history before the industrial age (b/c u learn it like a bajillion times by the time u get to a class that talks about industrial age too)
statistics (i cant believe i almost forgot to put this lol)(the main reason i hate it is b/c for most of the calc classes they dont expect u to simplify beyond a certain point but stats expects u to give a decimal number for everything, and this is more painful the more data u use)(also ocd checking is worst for this type of math, even worse than calculus)(this is also why i decided to ditch the psych minor)
geometry (the proofs here are worse than the ones in trig)(at least the trig proofs make coherent sense)
multivariable calculus, weird/surreal/surreal horror parts of physics, health science
dislike: idk i tend to not mildly dislike classes
(also tagging ppl i see in the blog activity)
fave: biology, arts
also nice: chemistry, geography, statistics (probabilities = 😘)
hate: music, P.E. (gymnastics was the worst), history (”Mich interessiert eher die Zukunft und nicht was vor mir war. Die machen ihr Ding, ich mach mein Ding… diese komischen Römer und so.”)
Fave: chemistry, math
Hate: PE, history, geography, all of these subject you don’t really need(music, arts…)
Favorites: literature & creative writing, history, government, psychology, philosophy, Latin, and some sciences
Least favorites: most math, particularly calculus, & math-heavy science. I still do well in these classes, they’re just inherently less interesting to me:/
INTJ vs ENTJ
- INTJ: They don’t care to get to know everyone, but everyone at least knows of them
- ENTJ: They know everyone and everyone knows them. How else would one move up the social ladder?
INTJ vs ISTJ
- INTJ: That quiet straight-A person in class who indulges in nerdy interests in their spare time when they’re not studying
- ISTJ: That quiet straight-A person in class who indulges in even more studying in their spare time than INTJ
INTJ vs INFJ
- INTJ: *Is quiet and detached around someone* “Not my problem if they think I’m rude”
- INFJ: *Is quiet and detached around someone* “OMG WHAT IF THEY THINK I DON’T LIKE THEM AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA”
INTJ vs INTP
- INTJ: Doesn’t show their caring side unless they really care about you. And I mean REALLY care
- INTP: You’re at least a good-tier friend of theirs? Time for them to tell you about everyone they truly care about and why they do
INFJ vs ENFJ
- INFJ: Makes friends when extroverts adopt them
- ENFJ: Is the extrovert friend that adopts introverts
INFJ vs ISFJ
- INFJ: Cares for you by helping you survive and advance in life
- ISFJ: Cares for you by giving you kind words and sharing food with you
INFJ vs INFP
- INFJ: “I know you’re just going through a phase, but I’ll still love you and support you no matter what”
- INFP: “IT’S NOT A PHASE MOM, THIS IS WHO I AM”
ISFJ vs ESFJ
- ISFJ: Will cuddle you in the comfort of your or their own home while you tell them what’s bothering you
- ESFJ: Will take you on an adventure to your favourite fast food place while you tell them what’s bothering you
ISFJ vs ISTJ
- ISFJ: Hall monitor in elementary school
- ISTJ: Cried when they didn’t get the hall monitor position in elementary school
ISFJ vs ISFP
- ISFJ: Saw Paul Blart: Mall Cop in 2009 and thought it was pretty good
- ISFP: Started ironically liking Paul Blart: Mall Cop cause of Tumblr, eventually actually saw it and started unironically liking it
ISTJ vs ESTJ
- ISTJ: Too quiet when working on a group project
- ESTJ: Not quiet enough when working on a group project
ISTJ vs ISTP
- ISTJ: *Shows up late to class for the first time all semester* “omg look how rebellious I am”
- ISTP: *Shows up to class on time for the first time all semester* “omg look how responsible I am”
ISTP vs ESTP
- ISTP: Alienates people by being too edgy
- ESTP: Alienates people by almost landing themselves in jail and/or the hospital one too many times
ISTP vs INTP
- ISTP: Stays up till 5 am reading articles about how to be attractive and looking at specs of expensive watches, cars, and whatever tech they’re interested in that night
- INTP: Stays up till 5 am watching anime and reading about philosophy
ISTP vs ISFP
- ISTP: Ironically writes sad poetry
- ISFP: Unironically writes sad poetry
ISFP vs ESFP
- ISFP: Has coffee running through their veins
- ESFP: Has vodka running through their veins
ISFP vs INFP
- ISFP: Wannabe Instagram model
- INFP: Wannabe Tumblr model
INFP vs ENFP
- INFP: Has a “whatever” attitude about their introversion
- ENFP: Refers to themselves as an introvert or ambivert cause they don’t see themselves as a Basic Outgoing Extrovert™
INFP vs INTP
- INFP: Has a selfie of themselves wearing a flower crown as their profile pic on Tumblr
- INTP: Has a picture of an anime character or a superhero as their profile pic on Tumblr
INTP vs ENTP
- INTP: “Wouldn’t it be hilarious if we went to Wal-Mart and shouted swear words into the PA system?”
- ENTP: Actually goes to Wal-Mart one day and shouts swear words into the PA system
ENTP vs ESTP
- ENTP: Shows their friends their best Batman impression while quoting lines from Batman movies
- ESTP: Googles how long it would take to become as strong and fast as Batman and designs a workout program based around getting on Batman’s level of athleticism
ENTP vs ENFP
- ENTP: Would work for Reddit if they could
- ENFP: Would work for Buzzfeed if they could
ENTP vs ENTJ
- ENTP: Either an overachiever or underachiever in anything, no in-between
- ENTJ: Underachiever in absolutely nothing
ENFP vs ESFP
- ENFP: Goes out dressed in thrift store clothes
- ESFP: Goes out dressed in designer clothes
ENFP vs ENFJ
- ENFP: *Person admits feelings to them or asks them out* “AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA WHAT DO I DO”
- ENFJ: *Admits feelings to crush / crush admits feelings to them* “I HAVE BEEN AWAITING THIS DAY FOR CENTURIES”
ESFP vs ESTP
- ESFP: Gets awkwardly hit on at bars
- ESTP: Awkwardly hits on people at bars
ESFP vs ESFJ
- ESFP: “Yo let’s go dance”
- ESFJ: “I’m not really a dancer”
ESTJ vs ENTJ
- ESTJ: Has to resist throwing a fit when they don’t get to be the leader/boss/supervisor/alpha/top dog of something
- ENTJ: Somehow always ends up being the leader/boss/supervisor/alpha/top dog of everything they do
ESTJ vs ESFJ
- ESTJ: Is the person you go to when you need help getting a job
- ESFJ: Is the person you go to when you need help texting someone you want to date and/or hook up with
ESTJ vs ESTP:
- ESTJ: Honour roll student, multiple sport athlete, on student council and multiple school committees, volunteers and works in their spare time, has a 3-4 GPA through all of high school/college/university, lands a decent job right after graduating
- ESTP: Puts how many Tinder matches they have and how much they can bench on their resume
ENFJ vs ESFJ
- ENFJ: Seems slutty, is actually pretty wholesome
- ESFJ: Seems wholesome, is actually pretty slutty
ENFJ vs ENTJ
- ENFJ: Has thoroughly planned out future living situation, relationship, and type of social life
- ENTJ: Has thoroughly planned out future career and how to attain it
Enneagram 1´s defense is meticulousness. Nobody can pick apart a person who will dissect the aggressor more.
Enneagram 2´s defense is self-sacrifice. Nobody can hurt a person who hurts themselves already.
Enneagram 3´s defense is their status. Nobody can ruin a reputation of someone who will ascend tenfold through humiliation.
Enneagram 4´s defense is originality. Nobody can insult someone who will always come up with a better insult that destroys their aggressor´s core.
Enneagram 5´s defense is aloofness. Nobody can ostracize a person who is already an outsider.
Enneagram 6´s defense is their rationality. Nobody can disrupt someone whose deepest emotions are intellectualized.
Enneagram 7´s defense is versatility. Nobody can hold onto a person who slips away - the more pressure is applied - like a bar of soap.
Enneagram 8´s defense is offense. Nobody can beat a person when they have been preemptively beaten.
Enneagram 9´s defense is understanding. Nobody can hurt a person who knows pain.