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Let no one accuse me of ever letting work get in the way of, uh, other stuff. Thanks again to mokey4 who truly does put the "pro" in "procrastination."


ISFJ - The Protector
You scored 50 I versus E, 100 N versus S, 40 F versus T, and 100 J versus P!
Your ideal romantic partner is known as the protector. As a romantic partner, this type is generous and gentle. Occasionally they may be taken for granted because of this fact. They are tireless in providing acts of service for their loved ones. They run the risk of always being exhausted because they won't say no to their partners. They are sensitive to criticism and will withdraw rather than fight back. They wish to be appreciated for their loyalty and whole hearted nuturing. Their values must be respected and they thrive on consideration and kindness.


The group summary: Guardians (SJ)
The Type Summary: ISFJ




My test tracked 4 variables. How you compared to other people your age and gender:


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You scored higher than 26% on I versus E

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You scored higher than 98% on N versus S

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You scored higher than 16% on F versus T

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You scored higher than 90% on J versus P
Link: The Best Personality Type for You Test written by unpretentious2 on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test



I haven't taken this test since college and I recall that I used to be an E. I do think that MoBob fills the role of my "protector." Poor kid certainly puts up with a lot! Funny how we only differ by one letter - I perceive M to be "S" (sensing) and I'm "N" (intuitive). Maybe that's why we get on so well....

Link: Myers-Brigg on Wikipedia
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On April 20th, 2006 01:16 pm (UTC), flemmarde commented:
that was so funny to do. in the end i came up with someone with the same personality type as me - enfp, which is a bit disturbingly narcissistic i guess :) but what cracked me up was that for almost every alternative i saw H as one of the extremes and my ex as the other. so much for the theory that people keep finding the same partner over and over... i've flung from one extreme to the other!
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On April 20th, 2006 02:02 pm (UTC), ticklethepear replied:
This is just one of those cross-cultural things where I think, is this even worth the time explaining to MoBob? In the end: nah. Never mind!
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On April 21st, 2006 06:50 am (UTC), flemmarde replied:
oh yah, i come across lots of those... i either don't start or i get part way in and regret it
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