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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Myers Briggs types as High school stereotypes.

    (Bear in mind, this is a joke, simply based off the observation that myself and every other ENTP I've met described themselves as being the 'popular nerd' or 'smart slacker' in HS. Thought I'd throw some cliches on this stitch and give it a go. You're encouraged to correct/ hash out this list further)

    ESTJ- President of future business leaders of America, Eagle Scout, football team captain.
    ISTJ- Teacher's pet.
    ESFJ- Class President, head cheerleader.
    ISFJ- Campus Evangelical.

    ESTP- Party boy, star offensive tackle, secret pot dealer.
    ISTP- Skater kid.
    ESFP- Drama queen.
    ISFP- Graffiti artist/ Rebel.

    ENFJ- Valedictorian, soccer team captain.
    INFJ- Earth Mother.
    ENFP- class clown.
    INFP- art geek.

    ENTJ- Salutatorian, overachieving asshole.
    INTJ- Gamer.
    ENTP- popular nerd.
    INTP- mathalete, secret stoner.
    Last edited by Scarecrow793; 08-07-2011 at 08:53 AM.
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    ISTJ - The Duty Fulfillers

    Quote Originally Posted by Scarecrow793 View Post
    ISTJ- Teacher's pet.
    ESFJ- Class President, head cheerleader.
    ISFJ- Campus Evangelical.
    ESFP- Drama queen.
    These four fit really well lol. I actually knew three types who fit these stereotypes somewhat (one of them being me) and the ESFJ one sounded like something they would do.

    Wouldn't the INTJ be the unpopular nerd, to balance out the ENTP?
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by Scarecrow793 View Post
    ISTJ- Teacher's pet.
    ISFP- dark, troubled soul.
    INFP- art geek.
    ENTJ- Salutatorian, overachieving asshole.
    INTJ- Gamer.
    ENTP- popular nerd.
    INTP- mathalete
    I was all of these.
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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    This thread is full of win.

    ENTJ made me laugh the most.

    I'd like to say I'm a popular nerd; I suppose that's for other people to decide. The latter is definitely true...
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    Unknown Personality

    Why the fuck is ENFJ the valedictorian

    valedictorian = INTP or INTJ or perhaps ENTJ

    also INTP = the kid you beat up during lunch time




    just kidding!

    I love INTPs <3

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    I laughed at how perfectly these fit my dad (ENTJ) my brother (ESFP) and my close friend (INFJ) but the INFP and ISFP stereotypes seem reversed to me because I (INFP) am more of a dark, troubled soul while my mom (ISFP) was an art nerd through high school and university.
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Oof INFJ - Smart goth kid? I disagree. I think INFJs tend to avoid social cliques in order to better mingle with everyone (teachers especially). Could just be me.
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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    haha EVERYONE wants to be the 'popular nerd'. I doubt a single person will leave that one off their list :p I was the captain of the quizbowl and debate teams, as well as acting in plays and running track. I think all these activities distracted me from the academic greatness I might have otherwise achieved, but I was fairly popular, and especially near the end, people would come up to me; 'Now Tom, you're a genius; what does this word mean?'. In fact, if you wanted a very clear definition, I dated two of my teacher's daughters.

    And good point about the INTJ being the 'unpopular nerd'. I just feel like there are a lot of INTJs who were just the-guy-who-was-good-at-everything and people gravitated towards that, but I could be wrong. I made the INTP a bigger dork because they're statistically overrepresented amongst career mathematicians, and because I love INTPs.

    And ENFJ is valedictorian because they're the type least likely to have trouble in school; they have the extraversion and Fe to network and communicate well, and the intuition and organization to grasp complex subjects. Altruistic, religious, helpful, etc. My Dad is a strong, strong ENFJ and he was valedictorian, and all of the people I would peg as ENFJs are strongly academically successful. But you're right, it could just as easily be an ENTJ; hence, I gave him the salutatorian.

    And I actually had trouble assigning ISFP/ INFP their two designations. And in fact, since I didn't describe any interests of the ISFP, they COULD be interchangeable. IFP children don't begin the acquire concrete or abstract thinking habits until they're older, and so there could be some residual ambiguity by HS. I thought about making the ISFP the 'rock'n'roll rebel' or whatever, but I didn't want to be that achingly cliche.

    And you're probably right about INFJs not cliquing. Maybe I should have made the INFJ the 'Earth mother', the girl who bears the weight of everyone's troubles. Yeah, let's make it that.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    I fit none of those. I was just a quiet kid who didn't try hard at all and also didn't fit in with people. I was nothing.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I was a gamer, hated school and enjoyed teasing people and I was -- as a result -- not unpopular.

    But, I did some things and pissed some people off and lost my position of popularity.


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