I love the randomize.
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I love the randomize.
Lolz at Surreal Breakfast's ESFP bubble. What's it filled with, laughing gas?
I might revise my Dolphin allocation. Underwater critters are different. Its the pressure they are under. It causes the depth processes (normally called shadow) processes to emerge.
Lynx is nearly an ESTP Big Cat. Small Cats are ISFP.
Horses were not known in the Americas until relatively recently. The Deer would have taken their place making for a slightly different archetypal world. The Moose is formidable, possibly the most dangerous critter in the American wilderness.
INTJs would be expected to see things differently from an INTP because their judge cut-off point is more criminal (joke on the Criminal thread). The Criminal Thread is Criminal (Rumpole).
Kangaroo = grumpy parent ENFJ Carer = ESFJ Nurturer = ISFJ
ESFJ is obvious.
Rooster is the SFJ group. Thought to be different from Rabbit XSFJ var. because of cocksure spells of E. So I have it as ISFJ but maybe ESFJ in adolescence.
Fennec Fox is very close to ISFP, your type. Sidewinder would be a definite ENTP.
Perseus Animism works on animal behaviour rather than evolutionary taxonomy.
Last edited by NephilimAzrael; 06-01-2009 at 01:24 AM.
For me, an INFP, I'm going with Manta Ray:
- Evolved from bottom-feeders, and then adapted to become filter feeders in the open ocean.
- Mantas are extremely curious around humans, and are fond of swimming with scuba divers.
- Mantas have a gentle nature.
- Manta rays are very rarely kept in captivity, primarily due to their size.
- They often surface to investigate boats without engines running.
- Although manta rays are generally solitary, they can be found in large groups in areas with rich food sources and cleaning stations.
- Manta rays can be quite curious, especially when they are around divers.
- These harmless rays have a short tail and no stinging spine.
- Mantas are harmless to people
- Manta rays were once believed to be associated with the devil. Sailors spread myths that rays capsized boats by shooting out of the water and then flopping down on the surface, creating a large wave. They also believed that these large animals would hold a man in their large wings and hold him underwater until he drowned. Additionally, the fins at the side of their heads resemble devil’s horns. However, it has become obvious that manta rays are peaceful creatures who sometimes approach divers out of curiosity, but there is no record of a manta ray harming someone intentionally (although, their wings pack a powerful wallop and sometimes divers have gotten too close and gotten a blow by accident) and quite often, they will even shy away from people.
It did strike me after registering that the Sidewinder isn't a good representation of my type. Perhaps feeling-type guys naturally take on T-type personas in public. Good observation!
that's so cute I like it
[quote=Surreal Breakfast;67366]The MBFTW System
INTP - Lysergic Acid Diethylamide
hehehe yeah - yup that's me - mess with people's minds, make them see things in a whole new way! But sometimes I'm too intense and it bums people out.