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    You know you're a judger when

    I've noticed there are stickied threads for E, I, S, N, T, and F but none for J or P, so I'm going to make them!


    You know you're a judger when you are annoyed that nobody got around to making such a thread.
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    ISFJ - The Nurturers

    There's no sticky for "You Know You're an Extrovert when" anymore...

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    Unknown Personality

    When you and your XXXP friend go to buy ice cream and you somehow actually manage to hold your tongue until he finally chooses, at which point you nearly shout out "Yes, finally!" in the middle of the grocery store...and then die a little inside when he says "Ooh, let's go check out the toppings!"
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    Unknown Personality

    You know you are a judger when you have OCD.

    Nah, j/k. ...Or am I?
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    Unknown Personality

    Quote Originally Posted by Angelic Gardevoir View Post
    You know you are a judger when you have OCD.
    That's CDO, in alphabetical order like it should be.

    Yes, I know it's old...but it's still good.

    Side note: Best prank ever - getting someone seasons 1 and 3 of Monk for Christmas!
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    ENTJ

    You freak out if you loose your planners.

    Your favorite phrases are " I need at least 2 weeks notice" I'll check or put it on my schedule"
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    INTJ - The Scientists


    When you are way earlier then your friends and you get pissed off that you're the one who's always on time.
    When you think of something to say before you actually say it (i hope this is not just T bias)
    When something doesnt go right, you devise a plan to solve it.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    When you actually attempt to be late, but can't make yourself do it.
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    ESTP - The Doers


    - When you can't sleep or relax if you're in a messy room (that you can fix).
    - When you manage your time so well that when Summer time comes along you're indecisive about what to do everyday.
    - When even sex comes into your schedule.
    - When you don't feel comfortable unless you not only have a plan, but also a back-up plan.
    - When something unpredictable happens you immediately get mildly pissed off or worried.
    - A lot of percievers don't understand that when it comes to doing assignments and homework early, a judger has to do it because it nags at them all day and they can't get it off their minds (or is it just me?). Feels uneasy knowing that you could have something done easily instead of relaxing or having fun.
    - When everything you create has to have a reason for its structure, why you did certain things etc it can't be random or irrelevant. And if this isn't achieved you don't feel satisfied with your work.
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    ENFJ - The Givers

    -You realize you have an eternal fight with procrastination, yet you still fall to it.
    -You piss off when a deadline isn't met or forgotten.
    -You worry that some things cannot be organized by yourself.
    -You prepare your assignments a week ahead, and get some extra things done, so when these things are demanded, you already have them ready.
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