INTJ (ENTJ) representing! I took Myers/Briggs some time ago and was pegged as INTJ, but there was a bit of E in me too. I believed that much- I'm an ambivert: I like people but sometimes find them frustrating or exhausting to deal with, and then I take refuge in my cave.So, as I was thinking, all kinds of vegan and vegetarian personalities here.
(However, still waiting for the first "Analysts")
Nevertheless, so far it seems there are more "F"eelers than "T"hinkers here (which makes sense to me)...
Ive found some NTs to like animals a lot, especially cats... it depends on the person really... I do think there are always more feelers in the veg population for some reason though.INTJ (ENTJ) representing! I took Myers/Briggs some time ago and was pegged as INTJ, but there was a bit of E in me too. I believed that much- I'm an ambivert: I like people but sometimes find them frustrating or exhausting to deal with, and then I take refuge in my cave.
Much of the descriptions of an INTJ or ENTJ I've read, I found offputting: too antisocial, too hard-butted. Some of the qualities I find kind of neat, though. But yeah- NTs are reputed not to be very animal/veg friendly either.
I do, too. This time I got:I always get different results when I do these tests. This time I'm INFP.
Lol, this. That is why I don't take the test particularly seriously. I sound like the most special snowflake from the description of INFJ. It's fun to do the test though. I don't know what to make of the list of famous INFJ people. Mel Gibson!Of course, one of the criticisms of the model is that all personality descriptions are super positive.
Everybody you meet out there is a potential artist, lawyer, diplomat or architect. There is no lazy bum or taxi driver (not to disparage taxi drivers, of course) personality foreseen, although you might encounter those in reality ;-)
Well, my thinking was, if you are more compassionate, is it possible that you would care for animals more and go vegan?I really don't see the supposed connection between the personality type and veg*nism