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    passive-aggressive reactionaries.

    quaint parish people

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    Just about every beta I've known has considered me boring. So, yeah..boring.

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    The stereotypical 1w9 LSE: Hank Hill

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    I'm not so sure how much this is a 'stereotype', but, something somewhat easy to relate to.

    I'm really not sure if Ms Piggy is so much an LSE, but, perhaps given the context of Sesame Street, it could work. I can see Kermit as an EII. You could perhaps also say they are beta but, idk.


    Very clear stereotype of an extraverted S type and introverted NF type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryu View Post


    I'm not so sure how much this is a 'stereotype', but, something somewhat easy to relate to.

    I'm really not sure if Ms Piggy is so much an LSE, but, perhaps given the context of Sesame Street, it could work. I can see Kermit as an EII. You could perhaps also say they are beta but, idk.


    Very clear stereotype of an extraverted S type and introverted NF type.
    I can totally see them being LSE and EII! I love kermit. Or maybe Miss Piggy is ESFJ? Kermit is def an INFj though!
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    Miss Piggy has to be one of my favorite fictional characters.

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    I just don't get how we're suppose to be boring though. People have called me many things but boring isn't one of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sereno View Post
    Miss Piggy has to be one of my favorite fictional characters.
    so maybe she is your dual!? hmm...interesting...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jewels View Post
    so maybe she is your dual!? hmm...interesting...
    no way! lol. I just think she's very funny, especially when she goes from being all sweet to getting aggressive and violent.

    This is a good video:


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    mmm that clip was kind of lame all over.

    And her being focused on getting it 'correct' (or more so, pointing out that it was wrong) actually seemed like being a "Te-jerk", she seemed more like an LSE in that one.

    Other times I just see her as a kind of bossy female figure, verging on E8 qualities. I wonder if she's Fe valuing, hmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by jewels View Post
    I just don't get how we're suppose to be boring though. People have called me many things but boring isn't one of them.
    Heh yeh, I have never heard anyone mentioning that, quite often I think people around me are boring . If anything most people think I am too active, crazy and spontaneous which could prove to be difficult for some people after longer interaction with me.
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    I could not stand Miss Piggy growing up.
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    Miss Piggy reminds me of Vanessa Feltz:






    Who actually seems like an ESTj to me.

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    thanks for sharing

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    lol miss piggy....lololol I was just thinking about her earlier today, funny thing. LMAO @ PEOPLE GIVING MISS PIGGY A PSYCHOLOGY TYPE LOL LOL LOL LOL I LOVE YOU GUYZ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryu View Post

    The stereotypical 1w9 LSE: Hank Hill
    Ugh. I hate that show so much.

    Does Ms. Piggy have to be LSE? I love Ms. Piggy. Some LSEs *are* nice though.

    Delta stereotypes:

    Boring (with the notable exception of IEEs, who are not boring, just incorrect on a few important points )
    Reactionary
    Morally Judgmental (but of the silently ostracizing variety rather than the in-yo-face wtf are you doing, stfu sort)
    Inclined towards platitudes (or what feel like platitudes to me)
    Too nice/sweet/calm/kind
    The sort of social graces that can easily seem like "fakeness" to the non-delta masses.
    Either get rough about stupid things or not rough enough.
    Concerned with practical matters that I find unimportant (generally this is the STs).

    I also think of deltas as unquestioning of their cultural assumptions, although I suppose that's more related to LSEs and SLIs who haven't gotten enough Ne in their lives? I dunno.
    Not a rule, just a trend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akra View Post
    You've never talked to me.
    Oh, good. Now do something mid-level douche-y, so I can add EIIs to the list of non-boring deltas. . Although... I might determine that you fall into stereotype 7, option 1. In fact, I know an EII that gets all up-in-arms about stupid things. But that's another story that has nothing to do with you, kind sir-or-madam. I'm sure that you're not overly nice in the good way.

    EDIT: by which I meant "not-overly-nice" in a way that is positive, rather than NOT "overly nice in the good way". That was a really horribly written sentence.
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    Not a rule, just a trend.

    IEI. Probably Fe subtype. Pretty sure I'm E4, sexual instinctual type, fairly confident that I'm a 3 wing now, so: IEI-Fe E4w3 sx/so. Considering 3w4 now, but pretty sure that 4 fits the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverchris9 View Post
    Does Ms. Piggy have to be LSE?
    No.

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    Good.
    Not a rule, just a trend.

    IEI. Probably Fe subtype. Pretty sure I'm E4, sexual instinctual type, fairly confident that I'm a 3 wing now, so: IEI-Fe E4w3 sx/so. Considering 3w4 now, but pretty sure that 4 fits the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverchris9 View Post
    Boring (with the notable exception of IEEs, who are not boring, just incorrect on a few important points )
    What are the important points that IEE's are incorrect on?

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    Nothing in particular. I was attempting to make a reference to the nature of contrary relations, in which both individuals see the same thing from incompatible perspectives. But presumably the IEE way of looking at these "important things" (I guess these would be the NF artistic/humanitarian topics both types tend to be interested in) are inherently as valid as the IEI way of looking at them. So I wasn't really serious about the IEEs being wrong about certain important things; I just meant that frequently an IEE and I will hold divergent assumptions and expectations about topics that both consider to be of great importance/interest.
    Not a rule, just a trend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverchris9 View Post
    Nothing in particular. I was attempting to make a reference to the nature of contrary relations, in which both individuals see the same thing from incompatible perspectives. But presumably the IEE way of looking at these "important things" (I guess these would be the NF artistic/humanitarian topics both types tend to be interested in) are inherently as valid as the IEI way of looking at them. So I wasn't really serious about the IEEs being wrong about certain important things; I just meant that frequently an IEE and I will hold divergent assumptions and expectations about topics that both consider to be of great importance/interest.
    Very nicely put.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuturututu View Post
    Miss Piggy is a pig.
    well I mean, she's actually a puppet. I wonder if she's ESTp and then Kermit's conflictor. It would sort of make sense, the way Kermit runs from her.
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    finally someone posted in the delta quadra again

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    Quote Originally Posted by jewels View Post
    I wonder if she's ESTp and then Kermit's conflictor. It would sort of make sense, the way Kermit runs from her.
    She doesn't run from him tho.

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    moral prudes

    people who obey society laws too much without questioning things enough

    people who cash in on the emotions of other people, under the guise of 'helping them'

    conservatives

    too politically correct (ENFps especially)

    too diplomatic, soothe the anger of people down too much - can't take sides when it's clear to Betas that there's a good guy and a bad guy here

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    I do not relate in the slightest to Miss Piggy. She's a hussy.

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    Abbie is so boring and rigid it's awesome instead of boring and rigid. She seems so practical and down-to-the-ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BulletsAndDoves View Post
    moral prudes

    people who obey society laws too much without questioning things enough

    people who cash in on the emotions of other people, under the guise of 'helping them'

    conservatives

    too politically correct (ENFps especially)

    too diplomatic, soothe the anger of people down too much - can't take sides when it's clear to Betas that there's a good guy and a bad guy here
    beta stereotypes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Director Abbie View Post
    I do not relate in the slightest to Miss Piggy. She's a hussy.
    Somehow, I don't see you as Ms Piggy either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BulletsAndDoves View Post
    people who cash in on the emotions of other people, under the guise of 'helping them'
    What do you mean by "cashing in"?

    Quote Originally Posted by BulletsAndDoves View Post
    too diplomatic, soothe the anger of people down too much - can't take sides when it's clear to Betas that there's a good guy and a bad guy here
    I don't think being nonpartisan and being unresponsive to anger are the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Director Abbie View Post
    I do not relate in the slightest to Miss Piggy. She's a hussy.
    I wonder if she's Beta.
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    My personal response to these

    Quote Originally Posted by BulletsAndDoves View Post
    moral prudes
    I dislike actions that contradict my personal ethics. Personally I consider these to have some flexibility. I avoid causing harm intentionally, although realise that seemingly selfish actions can have overall positive consequences, whilst seemingly selfless actions can have the reverse. I do enjoy beating homosexuals to within an inch of their lives, walking away and saying.
    "that'll learn you for being queer"

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    people who obey society laws too much without questioning things enough
    Laws are there for a reason. If they are not required they should be removed, I certainy question the rules and like to test them. However I'm not going to revolt childishly against a system that has progressed gradually and with the consent of the people over god knows how many years. There's a quote about british politics, I'm not sure if this is the exact one.
    "What matters is that other countries have revolutions, we have satire. That's how we do politics"

    What laws currently need questioning?

    Quote Originally Posted by BulletsAndDoves View Post
    people who cash in on the emotions of other people, under the guise of 'helping them'
    can be true with me on certain occasions - on the whole though this is a bullshit statement. If someone is genuinly trying to help, they are genuinely trying to help. If they are not they are not. It depends on the individual and the circumstances

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    conservatives
    for me - evolution and progression over revolution

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    too politically correct (ENFps especially)
    I am aware of victimising those in weaker or disadvantaged situations and am also aware of the power that language can play in this.

    Quote Originally Posted by BulletsAndDoves View Post
    too diplomatic, soothe the anger of people down too much - can't take sides when it's clear to Betas that there's a good guy and a bad guy here
    I do like to see the complete picture and before taking sides. I'm no hurry to support or condemn unless I'm satisfied that I have all the information. I can however take sides quicker when I know someone and I know what they are like and how they are, as I have enough background information on their character etc.

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    Basically the way to a Beta's heart is to be a beer drinking-lower class-rude-as-hell-cussing-immature-talking-about-sex-all-the-time-as-if-anyone-cares-loud-annoying-uninteresting-emo-redneck-type-person.

    I'm just kidding.









    No i'm not.

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    and really, really image/social status focused

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