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This Personality Test Says I'm #4...the Unique Individual

I love to think of myself as a unique person. I'm funny, energetic, creative, intelligent and outstandingly charming. All different qualities that no one else could possibly have right? Well, that's obviously wrong and not even a unique quality since most people want to be different these days.

Now comes the irony. There are billions of people in the world all wanting to be unique and now the personality tests have taken over the internet. Even I've become one of those people and I take almost all of them.

Which Parks and Recreation character am I? Leslie Knope because she's my spirit animal.
Which city should I live in? London.
Which Myers-Briggs personality animal am I? ENFP, the dolphin.

This means I'm Extroverted, Intuitive, Feeling. Perceptive.

The narcissist loves to share with you about how amazing I am, but really there is a point to this.

My theories: 
  • While everyone loves to be different, they really love to be understood as well. 
  • All people are a little narcissistic and they love reading about themselves.
  • They like to feel included in to the world population. Even if we want to be different we also want to feel as if someone else feels the same way that we do. Acceptance. 
  • Added assurance that you are not in fact crazy, it's just your personality type.
  • Added assurance that person is not a crazy sociopath with no soul, it's just their personality type.
While there are many personality types that every person on the planet can fit, the good news is that doesn't really matter. While all people can be similar, no one person is the same. We can feel connected to each other in our similarities and also appreciate each other's differences.

Did I mention that I'm a dolphin personality?

Here is a Jung/Myers' Brigg personality test if you would like to take it or just Google another one. http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes2.asp


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