• Dilemma

    Posted by TheFrenchCoq August 2, 2016 - 27 votes - 54 views
    Would you marry and loyally stay with a person for the rest of your life, however, it ensures that 100% of your genes will be passed on until Mankind's end ? No information are available concerning the person, it could be anyone. The genes are naturally passed on through procreation. Of course, your genes would not all be in the same child but spread around.
  • I am curious about something

    Posted by feistypancakes July 17, 2016 - 65 votes - 131 views
    I have noticed among Judger's and Perceiver's, that many Judger's act like Perceiver's are written as, and vice versa. Judger's who are messy and lack organizational skills in their life and such, and Perceiver's who are very organized and anal about cleanliness, and who are very orderly/serious. So tell me, which are you (Judger, Perceiver), and are you messier/relaxed/carefree or more orderly/
  • How does type "develop"?

    Posted by Almondmilk July 17, 2016 - 39 votes - 54 views
    I think MBTI/Jungian type is neurologically based. I don't believe parents can nurture an INTP into an ESFJ, an ENTP... etc. Birth order and enneagram can make someone more outgoing, but you cannot change someone's type by any means. What do YOU think?
  • N-types: Are your parents Sensors (S) or Intuitives (N)?

    Posted by JustinD July 15, 2016 - 102 votes - 153 views
    Just a quick poll to see if any trends exist. Unlike the case of this website, N-types are comparatively rare in the general population. Do the personality types of an individual's parents play a role in N-type formation? Any speculation is welcome.
  • Embracing weaknesses

    Posted by HouseOfIntellect July 5, 2016 - 48 votes - 61 views
    Every personality has strengths and weaknesses. Most will readily own their strengths as their own. But it's a true test of loyalty to embrace your weaknesses. Share, do you read your personality type's weaknesses and say, 'Oh no, not me!' Or do you say 'Actually, those aren't weaknesses—those are strengths that others can't handle.'?
  • Sun or Clouds 4: The Last One

    Posted by Wheaties June 25, 2016 - 32 votes - 35 views
    Okay, this is the last round of this study, I promise... are you a Judger (J) or a Perceiver (P), and do you prefer clear, sunny days or overcast, cloudy days?
  • Sun or Clouds 33 1/3

    Posted by Wheaties June 24, 2016 - 31 votes - 12 views
    This time our independent variable is the third MBTI category, Thinking and Feeling. So, are you a thinker (T), or a feeler (F), and do you prefer clear, sunny days or overcast, cloudy days?
  • Sun or Clouds, part Deux

    Posted by Wheaties June 23, 2016 - 34 votes - 18 views
    This time we'll be looking at the second MBTI. Do you have a preference for Sensing (S) or Intuition (N), and do you prefer clear, sunny days or.overcast, cloudy days?
  • Sun or Clouds?

    Posted by Wheaties June 15, 2016 - 41 votes - 30 views
    Simple: are you an Introvert or an Extrovert and do you prefer clear, sunny days or overcast, cloudy days?
  • Parents' Types

    Posted by Wheaties June 10, 2016 - 40 votes - 71 views
    I had my parents take the test a few days ago and was surprised to learn that I share my mom's personality type (INFP). At the risk of sparking a "nature vs. nurture" debate, do you have the same PT as your father, mother, both, or neither?