Personality (or lack thereof)

Published on July 26 2007

We've all heard of the Myers-Briggs Personality Test. It's a good bet that at one time or another, most of us have taken it. Personally, I think any test that claims to be able to classify my personality into one of 16 types in 50 questions is just a tiny step above those blogthings that tell you how evil you are (only 44%. Damn. Thought I was far more wicked than 44%!) or what kind of bra you are (I'm an animal print bra, if that means anything). Everything I do in my life seems to be in spite of, rather than a result of, my "personality type". Or maybe I'm just ornery. Still, although I rank personality typing right alongside horoscopes, they *can* be kinda fun to take. Just to see. Just in case they might be right. You never know. Surfing around, I came across the ultimate Myers-Briggs type description site. You might want to take the test above before going to this site to see what all those dumb questions *really* mean.... The REAL Myers-Briggs Personality Types Made Relevant
As you probably already know, the Myers-Briggs Personality Sorter is intended to be a general, universal personality ID that divides people into one of sixteen distinct personality types, along axes if introverted I or extroverted E, Sensing S or Intuitive N, Thinking T or Feeling F, and Judging J or Perceiving P. Now, there are many places which will tell you what this all means, but none of them are quite as...relevant to todays modern civilization as this one...
I'm an "INFJ". Or, as the site says:
Beneath the calm, collected exterior of the INFJ lies the horrible reality of someone who has seen The Truth. The INFJ knows what other people are too naive or too brainwasted to admit: the Conspiracy is real.
Dear Lord. My secret is out. They have seen right through me. (I *do* know The Truth, but I can't tell you or I'd have to kill you.)

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