Dating style personality quiz
Flirting is such a weird thing when you really think about it.
Like, you have to make weird modifications to your personality to attract another person. We all have our own unique means of attracting people, whether they're even intentional or not.
A flirtation as refreshing as a sweet mojito on a warm summer night, I guessed him about 18 (he was 22); he guessed I was 24 (I was 20). For the uninitiated, MBTI is the semi-cultish personality test that believes our populace is comprised of sixteen personality combinations, based on how people perceive the world and make decisions.
Rather, this is the story of how I met the man who introduced me to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).
It’s a map to a world where all of life’s little puzzle pieces come together. And as you read your personality, you’re introduced to an entire community that feels and thinks like you.
After a minor car crash (that was entirely my fault), our summer love came to a screeching halt. Things that we might have glossed over when we were physically together became mammoth canyons when all we had was a phone. Short story: The hypothetical life we had thought we could build together was really a castle made on quicksand, and it was all caving in quite fast. When I did start “talking” to other guys, I would quickly tell them about this personality predictor only to be disappointed when they were a different type.
Take your time and answer truthfully for the most accurate results.
Working late one night in an empty museum, I found myself in some sparked banter with a confident and pretty dang dapper colleague. Constructed by Katharine Cook Briggs and her daughter, Isabel Briggs Myers, and founded on studies by psychologist Carl Jung, MBTI theorizes that there are four main functions that guide how people perceive the world and make decisions: Feeling (F)—Thinking (T), Sensing (S)—Intuition (N), Extraversion (E)—Introversion (I), and Judging (J)—Perceiving (P).
For each item, indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement.
This takes most people about 5-10 minutes to complete.