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    Have a look and tell us your opnion: which type is which personality on Ok Cupid according to your experience in dating the different types?




    Deliberate Gentle Love Dreamer ---The Slow Dancer ---The Sonnet
    Deliberate Gentle Love Master ---The Gentleman ---The Maid of Honor
    Deliberate Gentle Sex Dreamer ---The Backrubber ---The Intern
    Deliberate Gentle Sex Master ---The Bachelor ---The Dirty Little Secret
    Deliberate Brutal Love Dreamer ---The Mixed Messenger --- The Priss
    Deliberate Brutal Love Master ---The False Messiah ---The Battleaxe
    Deliberate Brutal Sex Dreamer ---The Billy Goat ---The Nymph
    Deliberate Brutal Sex Master ---The 5-Night Stand ---The Stiletto
    Random Gentle Love Dreamer ---The Boy Next Door ---- The Window Shopper
    Random Gentle Love Master ---The Loverboy ---The Peach
    Random Gentle Sex Dreamer ---The Poolboy ---The Nurse
    Random Gentle Sex Master ---The Playboy ---The Playstation
    Random Brutal Love Dreamer ---The Manchild ---The Wild Rose
    Random Brutal Love Master ---The Vapor Trail ---The Sudden Departure
    Random Brutal Sex Dreamer ---The Last Man on Earth ---Half-Cocked
    Random Brutal Sex Master ---The Hornivore ---Genghis Khunt



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    I will start:

    ENFJ: The False Messiah
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    I don't think there's an exact correlation. Peter and I scored the same thing, and we're not identicals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy
    I don't think there's an exact correlation. Peter and I scored the same thing, and we're not identicals.
    I don't either. I scored the same thing as dreamer and she's INFj.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oyburger
    Quote Originally Posted by Joy
    I don't think there's an exact correlation. Peter and I scored the same thing, and we're not identicals.
    I don't either. I scored the same thing as dreamer and she's INFj.
    I agree, there is definitely no direct correlation of the descriptions themselves empirically, but the idea is the same.

    16 types
    16 types

    4 functions
    4 traits

    Obviously they intended to make a rating identical the MBTI. But their test is not very good. Of course, who are they to make a good test when everybody else has huge difficulties designing appropriate tests. However the descriptions are quite useful and probably empirical. W e COULD make one to one correltions, and in the process improve our understanding.

    Simply point out two types that seem similar to you, like I did, ENFJ and the FAlse MEssiah.
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    ENTP: MAn Child
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    I think any type could be any type. It depends on too many non-function related factors. ADD, for example, can give someone the urge to get a new relationship every 6 months to 3 years.
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    Again, I think the test is flawed, not the categories.

    For instance, which one would most like an INTP?

    You don't have to be correct all the time for all people, but out of the given 16 description for each gender, which one fits the best?
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    Well if we're playing that way I guess I can say Manchild for ESTp, especially during a fight
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    What about yourself?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    What about yourself?
    Well none of them really, but to keep with the whole fight theme, I'd be Half-Cocked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oyburger
    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    What about yourself?
    Well none of them really, but to keep with the whole fight theme, I'd be Half-Cocked.
    Thank you. Any other people you have seen dating around you, close friends, relatives? Celebrities?
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    no correlation.

    whereas for MBTI and socionics, the material being described on each dichotomy is somewhat similar if differing in the particulars, these dichotomies are completely different from socionics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    no correlation.

    whereas for MBTI and socionics, the material being described on each dichotomy is somewhat similar if differing in the particulars, these dichotomies are completely different from socionics.
    The dichotomies themselves are, but the 16, I repeat 16, types are not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    no correlation.

    whereas for MBTI and socionics, the material being described on each dichotomy is somewhat similar if differing in the particulars, these dichotomies are completely different from socionics.
    The dichotomies themselves are, but the 16, I repeat 16, types are not.
    why do you insist that the types must be the same? what evidence do you have to suggest that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    no correlation.

    whereas for MBTI and socionics, the material being described on each dichotomy is somewhat similar if differing in the particulars, these dichotomies are completely different from socionics.
    The dichotomies themselves are, but the 16, I repeat 16, types are not.
    why do you insist that the types must be the same? what evidence do you have to suggest that?
    It self evident that the makers of the Cupid Test picked the number 16 from MBTI. Thats' why the types are the same, where else would that number come from?
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    ummm... 16 is 2^4. its the natural result of having 4 dichotomies. how are you to say that this test used 4 dichotomies as an influence of MBTI? in fact, this test uses 5 dichotomies for 32 types considering male/female.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    ummm... 16 is 2^4. its the natural result of having 4 dichotomies. how are you to say that this test used 4 dichotomies as an influence of MBTI? in fact, this test uses 5 dichotomies for 32 types considering male/female.
    I don't have time for semantics today.
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    are you nuts??

    how is this a semantic?? it's very reasonable that a test have 4 either/or dichotomies. you're just hearing whatever you want to hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    are you nuts??

    how is this a semantic?? it's very reasonable that a test have 4 either/or dichotomies. you're just hearing whatever you want to hear.
    Why do you think they picked 4 dischotomies? Because MBTI uses 4 dichotomies for each type. Jung has 2 for each type.
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    first of all, they actually have 5 dichotomies.

    nonetheless, 4 or 5 dichotomies is optimal because 4 dichotomies yields a manageable number of descriptions while still providing some insight.

    for this reason, 1 dichotomy would not be very useful and 10 dichotomies not very practical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    first of all, they actually have 5 dichotomies.
    Are you implying that in MBTI there is no distinction between males and females? Do you think that Briggs believes people to be unisex?

    Now that IS novel.
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    i score out as the nymph and the wild rose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    nonetheless, 4 or 5 dichotomies is optimal because 4 dichotomies yields a manageable number of descriptions while still providing some insight.

    for this reason, 1 dichotomy would not be very useful and 10 dichotomies not very practical.
    iN CHEMISTRY THEY HAVE COUNTLESS DIOCHOTOMIES FOR ELEMENTS, AND SAME IS TRUE IN GENETICS IN BIOLOGY, AND IN MUSIC, ETC.

    I don't mean to use capitals, I am too tired to retype it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian

    Are you implying that in MBTI there is no distinction between males and females? Do you think that Briggs believes people to be unisex?

    Now that IS novel.
    yes, in MBTI there is no technical distinction between males and females. you can have a male or a female at any type.

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    I got The Genghis Khunt, which I'm pretty sure is not INTp. But that was back when I was pissed off and didn't LOVE anything. I'm gonna take it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by implied
    i score out as the nymph and the wild rose.
    Sexy if I may say so

    I got the Mixed MEssenger
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    nonetheless, 4 or 5 dichotomies is optimal because 4 dichotomies yields a manageable number of descriptions while still providing some insight.

    for this reason, 1 dichotomy would not be very useful and 10 dichotomies not very practical.
    iN CHEMISTRY THEY HAVE COUNTLESS DIOCHOTOMIES FOR ELEMENTS, AND SAME IS TRUE IN GENETICS IN BIOLOGY, AND IN MUSIC, ETC.

    I don't mean to use capitals, I am too tired to retype it.
    would you care to elaborate? i don't quite follow what you're talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian

    Are you implying that in MBTI there is no distinction between males and females? Do you think that Briggs believes people to be unisex?

    Now that IS novel.
    yes, in MBTI there is no technical distinction between males and females. you can have a male or a female at any type.
    So a female of a type will behave romantiacally exactly as the male of the type according to MBTI, in your opinion?
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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    nonetheless, 4 or 5 dichotomies is optimal because 4 dichotomies yields a manageable number of descriptions while still providing some insight.

    for this reason, 1 dichotomy would not be very useful and 10 dichotomies not very practical.
    iN CHEMISTRY THEY HAVE COUNTLESS DIOCHOTOMIES FOR ELEMENTS, AND SAME IS TRUE IN GENETICS IN BIOLOGY, AND IN MUSIC, ETC.

    I don't mean to use capitals, I am too tired to retype it.
    would you care to elaborate? i don't quite follow what you're talking about.


    10 dichotomies not very practical.
    This is my main problem: 10 diachotime are great for descriptions. In chemistry they habe manu more elements than that for describing chemical substances, the same with genes in biology for describing different species, and so on.
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    I am now "The Peach".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Catholic Schoolboy
    I am now "The Peach".

    wHERE DID THE DIFFERENCE COME FROM?
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    indeed.

    however, there is something of a difference. for example, how many compounds have you ever heard of which contain scandium, titanium, vanadium, chromium, manganese, gallium, germanium, yttrium, zirconium, niobium, molybdenum, technetium, ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, indium, tellurium, lanthanum, cerium, praseodymium, neodymium, prometheum, samarium, europium, gadolinium, or any one of a hundred other elements?

    my guess is not many. if you understand the framework for compounds, you will come to know what compounds are possible and how each element might fit into each compound. for example, you will never see SrNi. It won't happen.

    genes are the same way; a human might be GATTACAGATTACCAGGATCGATATAGTACGGCATGGATCGGACTGGGGC ATGGTAGGCGTAGGCGGATGA

    while a fly (not all that similar to a human) might be
    GATTACAGATTACCAGGATGGATATAGTACGGCATGGATCGGACTGGGGC ATGGCAGGCGTAGGCGGATGA

    (there are exactly two changes in the above sequences)

    this might not be very accurate, but you get the picture.

    if all of these sequences were complete permutations of however many genes an organism actually has, there would be absolutely no way to map them. there would be absolutely no way to fit that number on a piece of paper the size of the globe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    indeed.

    .
    Thank you

    Of all the freking numbers they could chose for describing personality they used 4 and 16, thats' not coincidence, its' evidently a choice.

    Thats' it.
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    it is both a coincidence and a choice. not necessarily anything to do with MBTI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    it is both a coincidence and a choice. not necessarily anything to do with MBTI.
    Do you play lotteries?
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    no

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    no
    You should, with your faith in chance, you might win
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    Obviously they intended to make a rating identical the MBTI.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    It self evident that the makers of the Cupid Test picked the number 16 from MBTI. Thats' why the types are the same, where else would that number come from?
    Ultimate over preference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat
    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    Obviously they intended to make a rating identical the MBTI.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    It self evident that the makers of the Cupid Test picked the number 16 from MBTI. Thats' why the types are the same, where else would that number come from?
    Ultimate over preference.
    What would Te be in this case?
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