Aug. 28th, 2003

I took the very brief, four-question version of the Meyers-Briggs test, and I am an INFP. I read the description and it is so very, very me:

How to Spot INFPs:
idealistic with deep yet private passions
creative and imaginative
initially hesitant and cautious
original, even funky dressers


Tips for Communicating with INFPs:
Share genuine beliefs and values to establish rapport
Respect their slower warm time and need for privacy
Emphasize the ways ideas will benefit others


I wanted to get more info, so I did a search on the web and found a funny site; it's an "alternative" reading of all the Meyers-Briggs types. Remarkably, the description there of the INFP rings true - while I'm not thoroughly stupid, I can be quite stupid about some things (mostly things of a social nature).

You are a space cadet. Many jokes involving blondes apply to you. You still technically haven't graduated from college because you still haven't turned in that last paper, or several books to the library. Your fly is open right now. And you don't give a damn.


Some of the other summations are harsh! INFPs get off easy with this guy.

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