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MBTI Types as Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen

INTJ: Pen
INTP: also Pen
ISTJ: Pineapple
ISTP: Apple
INFJ: Apple Pen
INFP: Pineapple Pen
ISFJ: also a Pen
ISFJ: Pineapple Apple Pen
ENTJ: also Apple Pen
ENTP: yet another Pen
ESTJ: Pen Pineapple Apple
ESTP: Pen Pen
ENFP: also Apple
ENFJ: Pineapple Apple
ESFP: Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen
ESFJ: Apple Pen

mbti tag urself

entp

  • ?????
  • meme generator™
  • will fight you

infp

  • pretends everyone loves them
  • has a lot of those candles that smell nice
  • has probably murdered before

isfp

  • has 2 maybe 3 friends
  • collects rocks
  • has 50,000 secrets

istp

  • everything they own is black
  • so is their soul
  • has a body in the trunk

intp

  • space nerd
  • smol and useless
  • doesnt know

enfp

  • perfected the art of screaming
  • has like 8 blogs
  • likes plants

esfp

  • 0 to 100 real quick
  • never wears matched socks
  • makes weird noises

estp

  • chaotic evil
  • ego complex
  • adult child

isfj

  • takes pictures of sunsets
  • good intentions
  • part of 57 fandoms

intj

  • has never felt love
  • sins twice a day
  • got an A- once and cried

entj

  • constant internal screaming
  • doesnt know what they’re doing
  • hobbies include leading people to their death

infj

  • dOGS
  • bitter cinnamon roll
  • holds grudges for 67 years

istj

  • speaks 600 languages
  • awaits death
  • kinda already dead inside

enfj

  • cant be alone
  • momma bear
  • has one password for everything

estj

  • dont touch
  • always yelling
  • cant calm down

esfj

  • can kick your ass
  • obsessed with pinterest
  • goes on emotional ‘delete later’ post sprees
little things that remind me of the mbti types

enfp: curiousity, bright eyes, sunflowers, artsy aesthetic pictures, sudden laughter, looking someone in the eye, concert tickets, glitter, feeling at home, fresh smells

enfj: campfire, picking out what to wear somewhere, long rants about things you care about, post-it notes, little smiles, encouraging words, compassion, mood swings, neon lights

esfp: new videos of your favourite youtubers, picnics, shivers, acoustic guitars, realising that you are in love, little notes scribbled onto paper, plants

esfj: waking up knowing that the day will be great, getting to know new people better, polaroids, colourful notebooks, the sea, talking to your best friend about things you can’t talk about with anybody else

infj: astronomy, lilac sky, wanting to know the reason for something so badly, holding in tears while smiling, maps of places you want to visit, book piles, late night conversations

infp: sketchbooks, self-made playlists, hopes for the future, reading a book for the hundreth time, obsessing about something, caring too much, finally finding someone who understands

isfj: galleries, cycling through the city late at night, nostalgia, “the one song”, the moon, suddenly being overwhelmed with emotion, buying yourself new flowers to place next to your desk, enjoying the first minutes of the day in bed

isfp: reassuring words, making your hair look perfect, little poems, waterfalls, lace, loving your friends more than anything, wanderlust, smell of roses

intj: reading a book while being on a social event, raised eyebrows, quick thoughts, structures, skyscrapers, an empty street at night, crystals, wit and sarcasm, cold evenings, eye bags, forgetting about your surroundings

intp: spending hours on wikipedia, always looking for the right answer, dusk, petrichor, cold air, first days of winter, everything finally making sense, writing ideas down, searching for the right words, being really passionate about something

istj: postcards, rings, flea markets, rivers, city trips, black and white photographs, to-do lists, gentle nods, taking someone’s hand, everything working out how you thought it would

istp: graffiti, holograms, city’s at night, rollercoasters, electric guitars, black holes, connecting two ideas

estj: ancient ruines, sculptures, skylines, first snow, justice, the feeling of doing the right thing, glory, hard work

estp: loyality, glass figures, blizzards, cold colours, paradox

entj: smokings, black grids, power, mansions, the sounds of high heels clicking, assuring yourself that you are going to suceed, having the perfect plan, standing on top of a skyscraper, tension, galas, freshly printed magazines

entp: excitement, knowing that you can’t stop now, i-don’t-care-but-i-do, smirks, waiting for people to reply, eyes widening, “what if…”

the types as villian archetypes

Idk if this has been done before but there ARE 16 of them, sooo.

The TYRANT (ENTJ): the bullying despot, he wants power at any price. He ruthlessly conquers all he surveys, crushing his enemies beneath his feet. People are but pawns to him, and he holds all the power pieces. Hesitate before getting in this man’s way – he’ll think nothing of destroying you.

The BASTARD (ESFP) : the dispossessed son, he burns with resentment. He can’t have what he wants, so he lashes out to hurt those around him. His deeds are often for effect – he wants to provoke action in others. He proudly announces his rebellious dealings. Don’t be fooled by his boyish demeanor – he’s a bundle of hate.

The DEVIL (ENFJ) : the charming fiend, he gives people what he thinks they deserve. Charisma allows him to lure his victims to their own destruction. His ability to discover the moral weaknesses in others serves him well. Close your ears to his cajolery – he’ll tempt you to disaster.

The TRAITOR (INFJ) : the double agent, he betrays those who trust him most. No one suspects the evil that lurks in his heart. Despite supportive smiles and sympathetic ears, he plots the destruction of his friends. Never turn your back on him – he means you harm.

The OUTCAST (INTP) : the lonely outsider, he wants desperately to belong. Tortured and unforgiving, he has been set off from others, and usually for good cause. He craves redemption, but is willing to gain it by sacrificing others. Waste no sympathy on him - he’ll have none for you.

The EVIL GENIUS (INTJ) : the malevolent mastermind, he loves to show off his superior intelligence. Intellectual inferiors are contemptible to him and that includes just about everyone. Elaborate puzzles and experiments are his trademark. Don’t let him pull your strings – the game is always rigged in his favor.

The SADIST (ESTP) : the savage predator, he enjoys cruelty for its own sake. Violence and psychological brutality are games to this man; and he plays those games with daring and skill. Run, don’t walk, away from this man – he’ll tear out your heart, and laugh while doing it.

The TERRORIST (ISFP) : the dark knight, he serves a warped code of honor. Self-righteous, he believes in his own virtue, and judges all around him by a strict set of laws. The end will always justify his nefarious means, and no conventional morality will give him pause. Don’t try to appeal to his sense of justice – his does not resemble yours.

The BITCH (ESTJ) : the abusive autocrat, she lies, cheats, and steals her way to the top. Her climb to success has left many a heel mark on the backs of others. She doesn’t care about the peons around her – only the achievement of her dreams matters. Forget expecting a helping hand from her – she doesn’t help anyone but herself.

The BLACK WIDOW (ENFP) : the beguiling siren, she lures victims into her web. She goes after anyone who has something she wants, and she wants a lot. But she does her best to make the victim want to be deceived. An expert at seduction of every variety, she uses her charms to get her way. Don’t be fooled by her claims of love – it’s all a lie.

The BACKSTABBER (ESFJ) : the two-faced friend, she delights in duping the unsuspecting. Her sympathetic smiles enable her to learn her victims’ secrets, which she then uses to feather her nest. Her seemingly helpful advice is just the thing to hinder. Put no faith in her – she’ll betray you every time.

The LUNATIC (ENTP): the unbalanced madwoman, she draws others into her crazy environment. The drum to which she marches misses many a beat, but to her, it is the rest of the world that is out of step. Don’t even try to understand her logic – she is unfathomable.

The PARASITE (ISTP) : the poisonous vine, she collaborates for her own comfort. She goes along with any atrocity, so long as her own security is assured. She sees herself as a victim who had no choice, and blames others for her crimes. Expect no mercy from her – she won’t lift a finger to save anyone but herself.

The SCHEMER (ISTJ) : the lethal plotter, she devises the ruin of others. Like a cat with a mouse, she plays with lives. Elaborate plans, intricate schemes; nothing pleases her more than to trap the unwary. Watch out for her complex designs – she means you no good.

The FANATIC (INFP) : the uncompromising extremist, she does wrong in the name of good. She justifies hers action by her intent, and merely shrugs her shoulders at collateral damage. Anyone not an ally is an enemy, and therefore, fair game. Give up any hope of showing her the error of her ways – she firmly believes you are wrong, wrong, wrong.

The MATRIARCH (ISFJ) : the motherly oppressor, she smothers her loved ones. She knows what’s best and will do all in her power to controls the lives of those who surround her – all for their own good. A classic enabler, she sees no fault with her darlings, unless they don’t follow her dictates. Don’t be lured into her family nest – you’ll never get out alive 

this is the source

mbti: a summary
  • INTJ:smart weirdo loner
  • INTP:curious but lazy
  • ENTP:curious but lazy and obnoxious
  • ENTJ:werk werk werk werk werk werk werk
  • ENFP:human golden retriever
  • ENFJ:the protagonist in every book/movie/tv show
  • INFP:in lala land 24/7
  • INFJ:really wants to be a good person and usually is
  • ESTJ:bossy
  • ISFJ:too good, too pure
  • ESFJ:the perfect one that you try to hate but can't
  • ISTJ:"well, technically....."
  • ESFP:PARTY
  • ISFP:gives 0 fucks
  • ISTP:lowkey badass
  • ESTP:tries too hard to be a badass
What You Are According to Your MBTI Type

INTJ: You are the coldest shard of ice, but also the hottest flash of lightning. You are the sofest velvet in a rose petal, and also the sharpest thorns underneath. You’re the terrifying depth to the ocean, and yet you are also the sun twinkling on the waves. You may be the sultriest summer day, but often you choose to be the quiet coldness of a winter morning. You are the calmest logic and also the roil of blood boiling under your skin. Of all these things, INTJ, you are a Paradox.

ENTJ: You are a screaming crowd, the rush of adrenaline pushing you further. The words I will not give up, a business contract with all signatures in place. You are droplets of blood-red ink, and the glint of sunlight off a reflective glass building. You are the gory beauty of a sunset before a storm, the soft certainty of a plant blooming each year. You are a mountain threatening to crumble, and a young tree that refuses to snap in the wind. You, ENTJ, are the confounding fluidity of Strength.

INTP: You are the rapid clicking of a rubix cube under clever fingers, the glint of dark steel, the soft sigh of rain on concrete. You are the flash of unexpected rage, the sound of a chair scraping against the floor as it is pushed hastily back. You are the flipping pages of a textbook, and the squint of eyebrows while reading scrawled writing. It is no wonder that you love asking questions so much, INTP, for you yourself are a Question.

ENTP: You are the flash of an old camera as a photograph is taken. You are the tinest licks of flame in a fireplace, and also the devastating blaze in a forest at the tops of the trees. You are a bright red canvas, washed over with every shade imaginable. You are the blackness of a pupil, going ever deeper in. You are the grafitti I see on street walls as I walk home at night, and the glimmer of icicles on a cold morning. You are the snapping of scissors being suddenly closed, and the sound of ripping fabric as it is pulled apart. You are the irregular motion of fingers tapping against the wooden table. You are both pleasantly warm and dangerously hot, ENTP, because you are Flame incarnate.

INFJ: I see the quiet strength in a mountain side in you, and yet I also see the dangerous temptation of a cliff face. You are the smooth rustling of a stream past rocks, but somewhere you become the roaring power of a waterfall. You are pure white sand and the burning heat on your feet from the sun; I see the softness of vanilla and also the sharpness of peppercorn in you. You are the warmth of the sun on one’s back, and the burning blaze of a desert’s surface. You are power in reserve and power in extremes, you are a dam holding back an entire lake and also the cracks threatening the stone deep beneath the surface. You are mocked as the ‘unicorn’, INFJ, but you prove yourself as something much deeper as the Moment Before a Wave Breaks.

INFP: You are the silken tinkling of water in a cave, and you are the echo of a terrified voice lost somewhere far beyond. You are gentle like a sheet of new paper, yes, but you are the stinging pain of a thousand inflicted papercuts. You are the burst of a flower blooming fast-motion on a camera, and you are the wilted petals underneath. I see the blur of water colours on the white of a desk, and also a room with no visible end or beginning. You are the sudden smile that appears for no reason, and the ugliest frown appearing like a storm. You are early mornings and quiet whispers, but most of all, you are Changes.

ENFJ: You are a mirage; the image of a shallow pool with a thousand feet of water underneath. You are dirt lining the cracks in one’s hands, and the threatening pull of mud under one’s feet. You are the purest feeling of happiness, and you are a maze with level after level. You are a bright blue shirt flipping on a clothesline in the breeze, and you are the flick of a light illuminating a dark room. You go many places and love to see new things, and that is well, for you are an Adventure.

ENFP: You of all others are a perennial favourite. You are the favourite younger sibling in a family, you are the warmth of protection glowing in one’s chest. You are waking up late on a slow day, and you are the beat of a song that plays during work. You are a child skipping rope on the sidewalk, and the wonder of a scientist testing an Element. You are pens scattered on a table in every shade of the rainbow, and the hopeless scrubbing of an eraser over paper. You are notebooks sitting in a shelf unused and half-finished art projects left for a soon-due essay. You, ENFP, are the Glow of Praise.

ISTJ: You are the crisp of white sheets being put on a bed. You are pancakes on a china plate, and black shoes polished to a shine. You are hair in graceful waves, and the graciousness of a smile. You are the furrowing brow of brewing anger, and the sudden splash of cool water on overheated skin. You are the beep of a heart monitor, and the prick of a needle on your finger. I see the quiet, far reaches of the ocean’s surface in you, and the grey shadow of sharks swimming somewhere below. You are not so easily stereotyped as boring, ISTJ; for you are Deep Water, slow to move and full of changes underneath unseen by those on the shore.

ISFJ: You are the glint of a sword being drawn free, and the warm smell of leather. You are the glossiness of a horse’s back, but also the sudden kick of fear. You are tiny smiles and curling fingers; a garden full of colourful flowers. You are the unexpected sting of poison ivy under one’s feet, and the soothing balm of chapstick over cracked, bleeding lips. You are a train rushing forwards, carrying thousands of pounds of cargo. You are the steady thrum of a heartbeat, a yellow ribbon wrapped around a present. You are still water in a vase, and the sudden frustration of broken glass and spilled liquid on the floor. Well are you called a defendor, ISFJ, because you are a Strong Wall, full of the tiny cracks that come with humanity and yet standing strong for all those who need you.

ESTJ: You are the click of an old typewriter’s keys, the soothing hum of a printer completing its task. You are a smile showing teeth, and the biting nip of the cold outside. You are the comfortable feeling of coming home, and a suitcase lying, half-packed, on the floor. You are the beautiful sound of a violin playing, and you are the sobs it so often draws out. You are an army of baked goods resting on a kitchen counter, and the smile on a child’s face. You are the secret desire for untested things, and you are a kind email directed at someone who needs it most. You are always accomplishing things, ESTJ, for you are an accomplishment yourself. Finally, you are spinning in a desk chair unobserved, for you are the Sense of Satisfaction.  

ESFJ: You are the flick of long hair over shoulders. You are gift bags resting on the floor at a party, and the sparkling bubbles of champagne. You are the terrifying shriek of a hurricane and hands wrapped around a warm mug. You are striped colours on a wall and the ticking beat of a watch on one’s wrist. A lively tune on the piano, the blur of 3D movies without glasses. You are the feeling of wandering across a busy city at night, and shaking hands gripping each other. You are as delightful to some as you are strange to others, ESFJ: you are an Unexpected Surprise.

ISTP: You are bubbles rising in a beaker, a baseball slamming into a glove. You are the curl of lazy smoke, and the sheen of sunglasses in the daytime. You are the age-old familiarity of denim, and the crisp cleanness of a white t-shirt. You are a smooth voice making love to the microphone in your hand, and the faint rasp of a speaking voice afterwards. You are a comb moving through hair over and over again, and the yawn unrestricted by a covering hand in a classroom. You are narrowed eyes moments before a game, and the passionate sting of a sudden kiss to the mouth. You and your eagerness, ISTP, are the easy impatience of a Rumbling Engine, desperate to move.

ISFP: You are paint rubbed smudged on a nose, and freckles washed over cheeks. A whisper louder than any scream could be, steam rising from a cup of hot chocolate. You are the bright green of grass in the summertime, and the wilting curl as it shies away in the Autumn. You are a picture of two lovers hugging, their faces absolutely at peace. You are the tossing of a ship in a storm, and the glint of a seashell on damp sand. You are the trusting curl of a child’s hand in your own, and the flash of pain when one bites their tongue. You are Rafflesia arnoldii and Wolffia growing together in a field, some strange combination that manages to be beautiful. You, ISFP, are the Beat of a Dragonfly’s Wings, beautiful and fragile and quick to escape.

ESTP: You are a thousand screaming voices in a stadium, and also the shaking earth underneath. You are a building standing proud and tall, full of life and energy and bustling movement. You are a fist holding the ribbon attached to a medal, and the rumbling growl of a motorcycle’s engine. You are the sting of cold air in the lungs on an early morning, and sparks crackling off a bonfire. You are a tree in the woods, being hacked to the ground, and you are a weed growing rampant in an abandoned garden. You are a force to be reckoned with, ESTP, and a formidable one at that, for you are Determination.

ESFP: You are the twirl of a new dress in the mirror, and the shredding of fabric under a foot. You are a newly polished mirror and shards of a broken glass on the floor. You are the pettiness of envy and also the beauty of magnitude, the gloss over pictures in a magazine and the sound of feet moving on a dance floor. You are the excited shout of a new discovery, and the shattering loss of a loved one. I see the allure of a late night, and the glow of string lights in you, and the rapid beat of a lunar moth’s wings. It is easy to see why you have such quickness in everything, ESFP, for you are Movement.

How Myers-Briggs Personality Types Are Portrayed Online Vs. How They Are In Real Life

Heidi Priebe

ENFP

Online Description:
ENFPs are passionate, idea-generating revolutionists who inspire others through their fierce determination and spirit.

Real ENFP:
*Hides inside watching cat videos for literally days at a time.*

INFJ

Online Description:
INFJs are wise and magical fortune-tellers who intuitively understand all the most complex mysteries of the Universe.

Real INFJ:
*Tries to analyze literally one thing.*
*Falls down the bottomless rabbit hole of over-thinking.*
*Gives up and watches TV.*

ENFJ

Online Description:
ENFJs are the revolutionary world leaders who mentor others towards great change and was probably your high school valedictorian.

Real ENFJ:
Wastes entire day trying to decipher the hidden meaning behind a friendly text message.

INFP

Online Description:
Eloquent, thoughtful poets who are sleep on a bed of roses and understand the greater meaning behind our existence.

Real INFP:
*Walks into a poll.*
“What the actual mother of fuck, who keeps putting these here.”

INTP:

Online description:
INTPs are mad scientist geniuses and all of them are Albert Einstein.

Real INTP:
“What if Walruses could drive cars, haha lol”
*Spends three days designing an app that generates walrus memes*

ENTP:

Online Description:
Argumentative devil’s advocate who WILL NOT REST until every idea in the world has been thoroughly debated.

Real ENTP:
“Lol that person’s wrong.”
*Smokes a joint.*
*Shrugs it off.*

INTJ:

Online Description:
INTJs are the mastermind overlords who can see 500 years in the future and will eventually take over earth and all of its inhabitants.

Real INTJ:
*Spends four hours mapping out a route to the grocery store and still gets lost.*

ENTJ:

Online Description:
ENTJs are cutthroat, competitive powerhouses who will stop at absolutely nothing to defeat and eliminate their opponents without remorse.

Real ENTJ:
Is literally the first person to help you when you’re in trouble.

ISTJ:

Online Description:
ISTJs are serious, duty-oriented social servants who will not eat, sleep or rest until justice is delivered to the world as a whole.

Real ISTJ:
*Stays inside playing computer games for three straight days, hoping that nobody will notice their absence.*

ESTJ:

Online Description:
Your micromanaging boss who only exists to professionally advance themselves and make your life a living hell.

Real ESTJ:
Just wants to get this freaking work day over with so they can grab a beer and chill out with their friends.

ISTP:

Online Description:
Daredevil badass who is probably off slacklining between mountain peaks while chugging a gallon of whiskey right now.

Real ISTP:
*Sees a text inviting them to go adventuring*
*Sits inside watching TV for three days*
Texts back “Nah”

ESTP:

Online Description:
Perma-wired adrenaline junkie who CANNOT LIVE without DRUGS SEX AND ROCK AND ROLL 24 hours/day.

Real ESTPs:
Probably has an advanced engineering degree and makes twice as much money as you do.

ISFJ:

Online Description:
Sweet grandmother, whose sole reason for living is hugging and baking cookies for everyone they know.

Real ISFJ:
Would almost always rather be at home reading fanfic.

ESFJ:

Online Description:
Gossipy girl whose goal in life is to get married, and who is probably your Mom.

Real ESFJ:
Some of the most sharp and motivated professionals you’ll ever meet.

ISFP:

Online Description:
Antisocial emo poets who refuse to talk to others because *nobody understands them* and that makes them want to cry.

Real ISFP:
Some of the friendliest and most fun-loving people you’ll ever meet.

ESFP:

Online Description:
Mindless party animal who has been drunk since the moment they were born.

Real ESFP:
Sharp, motivated, creative and probably understands you better than you understand yourself

mbti as beautiful/aesthetic words

intp: syzygy (n) an alignment of celestial bodies
istj: vellichor (n) the strange wistfulness of used bookshops
infp: nefelibata (n) “cloud walker” one who lives in the clouds of their own imaginations or dreams; one who does not obey the conventions of society, literature, or art
estp: clinomania (n) excessive desire to stay in bed
istp: pluviophile (n) someone who finds joy and peace of mind during rainy days
esfj: eloquence (n) the art of using language in an apt, fluent way
estj: petrichor (n) the pleasant, earthy smell after rain
isfp: phosphenes (n) the light and colors produced by rubbing your eyes
infj: sonder (n) the realization that each passerby has a life as vivid and complex as your own
enfj: limerence (n) the state of being infatuated with another person
isfj: ethereal (adj) extremely delicate, light, not of this world
esfp: supine (adj) lying face upwards
intj: luminescence (n) light produced by chemical, electrical, or physiological means
enfp: chatoyant (adj) varying in colour when seen in different lights or from different angles
entj: denouement (n) the final resolution of a plot
entp: defenestration (n) the act of throwing someone out of a window

How Each Myers-Briggs Type Processes Emotions

by PERSONALITY GROWTH

How Each Myers-Briggs Type Processes Their Own Emotions, As Well As the Emotions of Others

Everyone processes emotions differently, needing their own way of coping. Some people are very open about their emotions, while others struggle with it. Here is how each personality type handles their own emotions, as well as the emotions of others.

INFJ

The Emotions of Others:

INFJs have a strong sense of other people’s emotions, which can often lead them to neglect their own. They often can understand the emotions of other people extremely well. They have a natural ability to sense the emotions of the people around them, often well before those people can. INFJs are skilled at picking up on the tiniest changes in people’s moods, making them capable of knowing when something is wrong. They have a gift for deconstruction how others are feeling, in a way that is helpful and understanding. INFJs often make excellent therapists, as long as they are capable of separating their professional and personal lives well. They are great listeners who are very good at being supportive and understanding towards people. They are often able to handle the intense emotions of others without becoming annoyed or frustrated.

Their Own Emotions:

INFJs who haven’t attempted to explore their own emotions, may struggle with being in touch with them. They have to actively spend time sorting out their feelings to fully understand them. Sometimes writing out their thoughts and feelings is an excellent way for the INFJ to come to a deeper understanding of what is going on. Often the INFJ can push past their own feelings, assuming that other people have it worse and they should be more focused on that. The most important thing is for the INFJ to fully accept their emotions, so that they can focus on them. They may go back and forth from spending time focusing on themselves, to spending too much time focusing on others. When the INFJ consciously takes the time to understand their own emotions, they are often capable of figuring out what is going on.

ENFJ

The Emotions of Others:

One of the biggest natural skills of the ENFJ, is their ability to understand other people’s emotions. They are amazing at reading people, even when those people are attempting to hide their feelings. ENFJs are almost like a lightning rod for the emotions of others, making it hard for them to ignore them. They make for excellent therapists, focusing most of their energy on helping people. They love being able to be a support system for others, enjoying the chance to hear people talk about their feelings. ENFJs often become the friend that everyone comes to when they need a supportive person to listen to them vent. The ENFJ will never turn people away when they need to talk, or be comforted. The emotions of others is something that the ENFJ focuses most of their life on. They understand people and want to strive to make them happy.

Their Own Emotions:

Because the ENFJ is incredible at reading the emotions of others, they often fail to spend enough understanding their own feelings. The ENFJ often does not prioritize themselves, spending most of their energy on others. They may find that they bury their feelings in an attempt to remain a rock for the people around them. ENFJs do not want to be seen as incapable, so they often avoid falling apart emotionally, even if they need to. ENFJs may not even realize when they are upset about something because they spend so much time avoiding how they feel. They are very caring individuals who would much rather focus their energy on others. Eventually though, the ENFJ has to come to terms with what they are feeling or else they become frustrated. ENFJs process their feelings best when they are able to talk them about with someone that they trust. When they are allowed to express themselves without feeling judged they will be able to figure out what they are feeling.

INFP

The Emotions of Others:

INFPs often use their own internal emotions to connect with others. They can often look at people and understand what they are going through by filtering that through their own personal experiences. This makes them capable of deeply connecting with people and developing a strong understanding of their feelings. INFPs love being able to connect and feel close to others and will work to do this. They are deeply caring and feeling individuals, who strive to feel close to others. They are mostly drawn to people who they feel connected to on a deeper level. When they feel like they can understand people and relate to them, the INFP is instantly drawn to them. They are patient and often willing to hear people talk about their feelings for long amounts of time. Emotion does not scare the INFP or make them feel uncomfortable at all.

Their Own Emotions:

INFPs are often very good at figuring out and processing their own emotions. They have to do this processing internally, and feel their emotions from a very deep and introspective place. INFPs often need time alone to sort through and open themselves up to their internal emotions. They feel strongly connected to others, through their own sense of emotions. INFPs are often incapable of ignoring their emotions, even if they want to. They feel things on an extremely deep and real level that is often challenging for others to fully understand or appreciate. INFPs take these emotions very seriously, finding that it is important to process them to truly be themselves. This does not make the INFP unstable or overly emotional, it simply makes them strong and capable of overcoming many things.

ENFP

The Emotions of Others:

ENFPs are often very understanding and sensitive individuals. They are willing to listen to people expressing their feelings and often do not become uncomfortable by this. ENFPs are warm and supportive people, who love connecting with others. They want to feel real and intense connections with people, which often makes for emotional, deep conversations. They enjoy hearing about people’s hopes and dreams, everything that they feel and desire. ENFPs feel comfortable when people are reaching them on a deeper level, instead of dancing around the truth. Listening to people discuss their emotions is something that the ENFP enjoys. They are skilled at understanding the motives of others, often using their own experiences to figure people out. Although the ENFP is good at connecting with others, sometimes their own emotions can cloud their judgement of people.

Their Own Emotions:

ENFPs are very in touch with their own internal emotions. They are passionate and sensitive people, who feel things very deeply. They aren’t much for shallow interactions, striving to understand themselves on a very real level. When the ENFP is able to understand themselves, they are truly and completely happy. Although they are extroverts- making them very outwardly focused- the ENFP still spends a lot of time introspecting. They enjoy diving into their own emotions, figuring out why they feel the way that they do. ENFPs are not fearful of emotions, fully understanding that they are an important part of living life to the fullest. They enjoy being able to fully accept their own feelings, striving to understand and relish in them. ENFPs are strongly drive by their emotions, wanting to explore the world around them in an enthusiastic way. They often enjoy breaking things down, working to achieve a deeper understanding and connection with everything.

INTJ

The Emotions of Others:

INTJs do not have a strong connection to the emotions of others. They are extremely logic driven, often struggling to understand what others are feeling. INTJs often attempt to apply logic to people’s actions, struggling when people are strongly emotion based. They focus more on understanding motives and actions, which they are very good at. INTJs may become uncomfortable and unsure of how to react to someone who is overly emotional. They do realize that people have emotions, accepting that they are a very real part of life. They would much prefer when people clearly and directly tell the INTJ what they are feeling, instead of attempting to force the INTJ to figure it out. INTJs may become frustrated with people who cannot seem to keep control of their own emotions. The INTJ may understand that emotions are a present part of life, they just don’t apply as much importance to them as some people.

Their Own Emotions:

INTJs are not excellent at understanding their own emotions, but they are not as terrible at it as people may think. The INTJ prefers to apply logical understanding to situations, wanting to figure out motivations behind things. They often do not find their emotions to be very important and would prefer to come to a logical conclusion about their feelings. Pushing these emotions aside sometimes causes the INTJ to hold grudges longer than they should, or become frustrated with people. They feel emotions just like everyone else, they just find that constantly expressing them is pointless. INTJs that take the time to process their emotions and come to a clear understanding of them, are often very stable and understanding individuals.

ENTJ

The Emotions of Others:

ENTJs often have a very hard time understanding the emotions of others. They may become uncomfortable and not know how to react when someone is upset. They prefer when people are capable of keeping their feelings to themselves, and become confused by people who are outwardly emotional. When people constantly have to express their emotions towards the ENTJ, they may become very annoyed. It is not that they do not care, they just don’t see the point of constantly being outwardly emotionally expressive. They also often do not know how they should react, especially when someone is being irrationally emotional. They don’t want to be insensitive at all, they just don’t have a strong connection to emotions. They are loyal and dependable people, but prefer to express things in a logical way.

Their Own Emotions:

Although ENTJs feel emotions just like everyone else, they struggle with accepting them. They often feel things more deeply than people realize, but these feelings are extremely internal and challenging for the ENTJ to grasp. They prefer to apply logic and strategy to their life decisions, often being strongly averse to emotional choices. They want to be able to make choices that are intelligent and well thought out, preferring not to allow feelings to get in the way. ENTJs are often very loyal individuals, and want to be around people. They enjoy making connections with others, they just struggle with openly expressing this. ENTJs emotions may come out in short bursts when they least expect it, but are quickly pushed back down. When they feel comfortable with someone, they may be more capable of accepting their own emotions over time. It often takes someone else helping them to fully understand what they are feeling.

INTP

The Emotions of Others:

INTPs are logic based individuals, enjoying to focus on a deeper understanding of everything. They strive to understand the motives of people, often making them very good at knowing who they can trust. Although INTPs often understand people’s actions and motives, they struggle with understanding emotions. When people express feelings it may make the INTP feel uncomfortable and unsure how to react. They often have a deep sense of caring, making them feel awkward about how to navigate situations where people are upset. Too much emotional expression from people will often cause the INTP to feel very drained. They will often attempt to listen, but become frustrated when they do not know exactly how to respond. Attempting to constantly apply logic to emotions can cause the INTP to become frustrated with themselves and others. When someone is upset the INTP may try to help by figuring out a logical solution, which can sometimes bother others.

Their Own Emotions:

INTPs struggle even more with understanding their own emotions. They very strongly attempt to apply a logical reasoning behind their feelings, which can be difficult. When the INTP cannot seem to reason away their emotions, they find themselves attempting to ignore them completely. They do not want to be seen as emotional, often not wanting to feel people’s judgement. They do feel emotions on a very real and deep level, which can make them even more anxious about them. They want to be able to understand themselves, which can be a struggle when their emotions do not seem completely logical. INTPs do best when they are capable of processing how they are feeling in their own time. When people attempt to force the INTP to express emotion it can become extremely frustrating for them. They want to be able to express these emotions in a safe and patient environment. It may take them some time but eventually they are very capable of figuring out what is going on with their emotions.

ENTP

The Emotions of Others:

ENTPs are often very open and fun individuals, but they aren’t extremely skilled at accepting people’s emotions. The ENTP may not always react well when people are being emotional, resorting to humor to lighten the situation. Although ENTPs don’t find themselves especially enthused when people are emotional, they are not terrible at understanding those emotions. ENTPs are very charismatic individuals, often capable of appealing to the emotions of others. They are good at reading people and figuring out their motives or underlying feelings in a situation. These emotions aren’t the most comfortable place for the ENTP, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t skilled at figuring them out. They are often good at observing people, finding ways to bend a situation however they please. ENTPs often have a way of convincing people of things, without those people even realizing it.

Their Own Emotions:

ENTPs aren’t the most emotionally driven people, and often do not pay much attention to their own internal feelings. They often resort to humor or playfulness as a way of ignoring how they are feeling. They would much prefer to explore new situations in a logical way, than to be bogged down by emotions. The ENTP may feel stifled when they are feeling too emotional about a situation. Instead of facing these emotions or attempting to understand them, the ENTP will often ignore them completely. When they are around people who are understanding and call them out on their avoidance, the ENTP may be more capable of coming to terms with what they are feeling.

ISTJ

The Emotions of Others:

ISTJs are extremely loyal and dutiful people, but are not very in touch with the emotional needs of others. They strive to provide for people and fit into their important role in society. They place more importance on providing the physical and daily needs that people have, than they do on emotional needs. The ISTJ will always be sure to provide their loved ones with anything they could need, working hard to make the money to do so. The ISTJ simply struggles with connecting to the emotions of others. They often find outward expressions of emotions silly and confusing. They do not see a serious or practical purpose for these feelings, and would much prefer that people keep them inside. It is not that they do not care, they just struggle with understanding emotions and their importance.

Their Own Emotions:

ISTJs are extremely internal and private individuals. They often prefer to keep their emotions to themselves, rather than openly express them to others. They may not express their emotions constantly, but they do feel them very strongly. They are deeply caring and considerate individuals, who want to make sure others are taken care of. They just do not place strong importance on emotional understanding. They would much rather keep their feelings to themselves, and process them over time. Being forced to express what they are feeling is very bothersome to the ISTJ. If they are allowed space they will be capable of pushing through their emotions. When they are around people who will be patient and open, the ISTJ is more capable of allowing themselves to get in touch with their internal emotions.

ESTJ

The Emotions of Others:

ESTJs are extremely practical and driven individuals. They strive to make sure that the daily needs of their loved ones are met, and find this very important. They want to be a reliable and trustworthy person, but do not place a strong importance on emotions. They often become uncomfortable and do not know how to react when people are overly emotional. People who outwardly express intense emotions may confuse and frustrate the ESTJ. They want to be supportive, but become uncomfortable when people are too emotional. They would much rather for their loved ones to tell them their practical needs. The ESTJ is happy to accommodate those needs, but do not know how to fix an emotional problem. They become frustrated because they cannot see the practical ways to help someone when they are upset.

Their Own Emotions:

ESTJs do not have a strong understanding to their own internal emotions. They may feel like their emotions will only get in the way of what needs to be done. They want to be able to be in control of their environment and emotions are often a very hard thing to control. Because of this the ESTJ may fail to accept the presence of their own emotions. They attempt to be seen as strong and impervious to becoming upset. Eventually though this wall will come crashing done, because the ESTJ does in fact feel things very deeply. They care about the people around them, simply wanting to be a reliable source of strength. ESTJs often do not want to be seen as weak or incapable, so they will push past whatever upsetting feelings that they have. When the ESTJ is around someone who will completely accept them, they may be more willing to let these emotions show. If they feel judged however, the ESTJ will close up completely.

ISFJ

The Emotions of Others:

ISFJs are very connected to the emotional needs of others. They strive to understand what people want, and work to provide that for them. They want to make people happy, desiring to be able to provide emotional support and comfort. ISFJs enjoy having a harmonious environment, where their loved ones feel safe and completely appreciated. They are very aware of the emotions of others, wanting desperately to fix whatever may be ailing them. ISFJs are deeply caring and giving individuals, spending most of their energy providing for the emotional needs of others. The ISFJ is always willing to hear people out, wanting to be supportive and understanding no matter what the circumstance is. People are very important to the ISFJ, they often find themselves tending to the feelings of others well before they will take care of their own needs.

Their Own Emotions:

ISFJs often spend their energy so focused on the emotions of others, that they may ignore their own. They often do not want to be seen as burden, striving to keep harmony in their environment. Expressing their own feelings may disrupt this harmony, which is not something that the ISFJ is willing to do. ISFJs do best when they are allowed to have enough time and space to process what they are feeling. They need to actively attempt to figure out their own internal emotions, because this does not come naturally for them. ISFJs are deeply caring, wanting to be able to connect to those around them. They may mirror the emotions of others, finding that easier to connect with. ISFJs need to take the time to figure out their feelings, or else they will become frustrated. Focusing on others constantly is something that causes them to forget about themselves, which can be problematic. An ISFJ will often do best connecting one-on-one with someone who can pull out their emotions in a comfortable way.

ESFJ

The Emotions of Others:

ESFJs are acutely aware of the emotions of other people. They often are capable of sensing when people are upset, even before those people can. They are very conscious of how their actions will emotionally affect people, striving to make sure they do not hurt others. ESFJs care very much about the feelings of the people around them, constantly striving to make sure that they are happy. ESFJs main goal is to serve, wanting to make their loved ones as happy as possible. ESFJs often make very good therapists, since they are completely at ease listening to people talk about their feelings. They are warm and welcoming, wanting to be a support system for their loved ones. The ESFJ does not become uncomfortable when people are discussing their problems and can handle intense emotional reactions from people very well. They are capable of being patient, never turning people away who need their help or support.

Their Own Emotions:

Because ESFJs are very conscious of the emotions of others, they often struggle with understanding their own emotions. ESFJs may ignore their feelings in an attempt to help others. They fear that if they are not the strong support system, other people will not be able to confide in them. They do not find their own emotional needs as vital as the needs of the people they love. The ESFJ often pushes aside their feelings, making them struggle with understanding them later on in life. They may develop patterns of seeking out ways to assist others, instead of assisting themselves. ESFJs are extremely giving and caring people, but they need to realize the importance of their own needs. When the ESFJ is able to find someone to open up to fully, this is something they need to hold onto. Finding someone who allows them to open up is important for the ESFJ, or else they will soon become burnt out.

ISTP

The Emotions of Others:

ISTPs favor logic and often do not place important on emotions. They may become uncomfortable with people who are incapable of controlling their emotions. ISTPs are very good at controlling what they are feeling, finding it annoying when other people cannot do this. They realize that people have feelings, but do not find it important to constantly express them. They do not easily understand the emotions of others, which may make them dismissive to them. They often want to apply logical reasoning to everything, finding it important to understand why things are the way they are. Emotions are not always easy to find logical reasoning for, which can frustrate the ISTP. They are not uncaring individuals, but do not like being bombarded by people’s feelings.

Their Own Emotions:

ISTPs do not have a strong capacity for understanding their own emotions. They much prefer logic, wanting to understand the world around them. They are very internal thinkers, making them very skilled at applying factual and logical answers to things. If they are given the space to do so, the ISTP will often work to understand why they feel a certain way, coming to logical conclusions to their emotions. ISTPs need space to be able to understand themselves, becoming uncomfortable with people who attempt to force an emotional reaction out of them. The ISTPs do not enjoy when others try to make them express themselves, making them often very annoyed with invasive individuals. ISTPs do best when they are allowed to figure things out own their own, needing time and space to do so.

ESTP

The Emotions of Others:

ESTPs are not entirely comfortable with people who constantly express emotions. They dislike needy and demanding people, often feeling stifled by them. When people attempt to shower the ESTP with emotion, they often become dismissive and avoidant. They will want to get away from people who are this way, preferring to be around others who are more capable of controlling their emotions. Although ESTPs do not enjoy openly emotional people, they are not at all bad at understanding emotions. They are often good at reading people and figuring out what they are feeling. The ESTP make excellent salespeople, because they are able to appeal to the emotions of others. They are charismatic and skilled at working around what other people are feeling, eliciting the response that they desire.

Their Own Emotions:

ESTPs often struggle with understanding their own emotions. They would much prefer finding things to keep them distracted, instead of accepting what they are feeling. ESTPs often use the presence of others, or seek out new thrills as a way to ignore their own emotions. They often have a hard time accepting what they are feeling, and would prefer to be able to make logical sense of things. ESTPs thrive of excitement and understanding, wanting to be open to the world around them. Emotions sometimes make the ESTP feel like they are being held back and stifled, making them prefer logical conclusions over feelings.

ISFP

The Emotions of Others:

ISFPs are sensitive and caring individuals, who strive to make connections with people. They want to be open and understanding to the feelings of others. They often use their own internal emotions to connect with the feelings of the people around them. They find themselves more capable of connecting with people who they understand deeply. ISFPs are very observant individuals, capable of reading people very well. They may not have a strong sense of other people’s emotions, but are very good at being supportive and understanding. They are always willing to lend and ear to those that they love. They will never judge the people they are close, making them excellent listeners. The ISFP is very good at patiently listening to people open up about their feelings, enjoying the chance to understand them better.

Their Own Emotions:

ISFPs feel their emotions in a very deep and real way. They have a strong sense of internal emotions, which they spend a lot of time working through. They often have a hard time disconnecting from their surroundings and their emotions. The ISFP does not do well if they attempt to ignore their feelings, finding that they are incapable of doing so. They have a strong connection to their internal emotions, which is often what makes them very caring and loving individuals. They understand what it is like to be overwhelmed by emotions, because of this they are very understanding towards others. ISFPs have very powerful emotions, finding connections to the world around them in an intense way. They are extremely aware and observant individuals, with a strong capacity for emotion.

ESFP

The Emotions of Others:

ESFPs are very caring and affectionate people, who are very comfortable with emotions. They may struggle with people who are emotionally demanding, since they do not understand the emotions of others easily. They are very caring and open people, who want to be supportive of those around them. They enjoy doing things that make people happy, but will become frustrated if they cannot easily do so. People who seem to be having a hard time with their emotions, sometimes upset the ESFP. They want life to be a positive and enjoyable experience and hate dwelling on the negatives. ESFPs have a hard time with people who they cannot connect with on a personal level. They need to be able to use their own emotions to understand the emotions of others. They are very good at observing the actions of others as a way to understand them.

Their Own Emotions:

ESFPs have intense inner emotions, which often rules their judgments. They are very observant people, who enjoy taking in their surroundings. They enjoy being able to express themselves openly, struggling in an environment where they cannot do so. They hate being stifled and need to be able to express themselves to others. They do best when they are around warm and understanding people who love and appreciate them. When they are allowed to openly express their feelings the ESFP can often go on for hours talking. They are social and exciting individuals, who honestly just want to enjoy life.

The Types’ Obscure Sorrows

ESTJ - Onism: The frustration of being stuck in just one body, that inhabits only one place at a time.

ISTJ - Énouement: The bittersweetness of having arrived in the future, seeing how things turn out, but not being able to tell your past self.

ENFP - Anecdoche: A conversation in which everyone is talking, but nobody is listening

INFP - Vellichor: The strange wistfulness of used bookshops.

ESFJ - Sonder: The realization that each passerby has a life as vivid and complex as your own.

ISFJ - Opia: The ambiguous intensity of Looking someone in the eye, which can feel simultaneously invasive and vulnerable.

ENTP - Adronitis: Frustration with how long it takes to get to know someone.

INTP - Monachopsis: The subtle but persistent feeling of being out of place.

ENFJ - Jouska: A hypothetical conversation that you compulsively play out in your head.

INFJ - Exulansis: The tendency to give up trying to talk about an experience because people are unable to relate to it.

ESTP - Lachesism: The desire to be struck by disaster – to survive a plane crash, or to lose everything in a fire.

ISTP - Occhiolism: The awareness of the smallness of your perspective.

ENTJ - Mauerbauertraurigkeit: The inexplicable urge to push people away, even close friends who you really like.

INTJ - Ellipsism: A sadness that you’ll never be able to know how history will turn out.

ESFP - Vemödalen: The frustration of photographing something amazing when thousands of identical photos already exist.

ISFP - Chrysalism: The amniotic tranquility of being indoors during a thunderstorm.

MBTI Types and humor

INFJ

INFJs often have a very unique and interesting sense of humor. Since they are so kind and warm people expect them to have a very innocent sense of humor, but that is usually not true. INFJ be often be crude of even morbid with their jokes. They have a caring nature but people are often shocked by the type of things that the INFJ find funny. They can find humor in situations that other people would never imagine to be funny at all. The INFJ may slightly alter their humor delivery in front of others, depending on who they are around. They are acutely aware of those people will perceive them, and know what crowd they are sharing themselves with. When they are with someone who they can open up with, they have a way of bringing them into their infectious style of comedy.

ENFJ

The ENFJ has a sense of humor that is often molded to fit their surroundings. They know exactly how their jokes will be perceived by certain people, and know who will be offended. So they often avoid upsetting people and will tone themselves down in front of certain company. Their natural sense of humor is often very goofy and silly, and they may have an affinity for sarcasm. They can have a somewhat dark humor and are aware that, that isn’t perceived well by everyone. They enjoy having people that they can share their full sense of humor with. When they do they are often sarcastic and silly, and enjoy making others laugh.

INFP

INFPs often have a strong appreciation for sarcasm and absurd humor. They have a skill for self-deprecating comedy that people absolutely love. They are often very funny individuals, to the people who can fully appreciate their off-beast sense of humor. They have a very unique wit that is best expressed around people they are comfortable with. Not everyone can enjoy the zany and sometimes ridiculous INFP humor, but honestly that is their loss. INFPs have a way of getting people laughing and not letting them stop. They enjoy the ability to bring others joy and humor is an excellent way to do that.

ENFP

ENFPs often have a very enthusiastic and playful sense of humor. They have a very colorful wit and often have a strong enjoyment for the use of puns. They may occasionally offend people when they are really just trying to make them share in their laughter. They have a way of teasing others, and that is actually a way of showing affection towards them. ENFPs enjoy their ability to laugh and smile at everything, even the darkest situations. Even though they aren’t always “silly” they do tend to maintain a sense of humor through anything. They have a way of making even the dullest situations hilarious. This keeps the ENFP positive and helps those that surround the ENFP enjoy themselves too.

INTJ

INTJs often have a very snarky sense of humor. They enjoy using sarcasm and wit to create a well devised response. They have a natural way of seeing the humor in things that other people may actually miss. INTJs often enjoy the use of a good pun and can take pleasure in the skill behind it. Often their deadpan sarcasm can come across as serious, when the INTJ is actually very playful and just trying to be funny. For the people that appreciate the INTJs brand of humor, they understand just how fun they are to be around.

ENTJ

ENTJs can have a somewhat outrageous sense of humor. They enjoy pushing the envelope to gauge the different reactions they will receive from others. They aren’t afraid of being seen as ridiculous, so they often push the limits of what others may perceive as funny. They enjoy shock humor, and have a way of surprising their friends that often makes them enjoy being around the ENTJ. They are often very quick with wit and can respond to people before they even realize a joke is coming. They may have a somewhat crude sense of humor that might offend some people who cannot appreciate it.

INTP

INTPs have a very unique sense of humor, one that is either adored or misunderstood. Some people are not made for the brand of sarcasm and goofy wit that the INTP possess. The people that do appreciate the INTP sense of humor probably find themselves in stitches rather often. They have a way of turning just about anything into a sarcastic punchline and are very good are creating a witty retort. They often enjoy the usage of puns in their humor as well. INTPs have a diverse sense of comedy that really just depends on the mood they are in. They do know their target audience rather well and are skilled at adapting to that if they so choose.

ENTP

ENTPS have a very outgoing and over the top sense of humor. They enjoy the use of shock which can be somewhat crude. Because of this the ENTP occasionally have a sick or morbid timing for their jokes, but the people who know them well understand where they are coming from. They will explore the jokes that other people wouldn’t dare touch because it is “too far”. For people who appreciate this dry and crude type of humor, the ENTP is a fantastic friend to have around. They enjoy making people laugh and enjoy being as witty and inclusive as possible.

ISTJ

ISTJs are often seen as too serious to enjoy humor, but that is definitely not the case. Many people may miss the humor behind the ISTJs comments, because their delivery is very sarcastic and dry. Sometimes their ability to maintain a very deadpan delivery of their jokes, can cause people to miss the joke completely and believe that the ISTJ is being serious. For people who can pick up on their unique brand of wit, they realize just how funny the ISTJ can actually be. Their subtle delivery of humor is an art-form.

ESTJ

ESTJs often have an outgoing and adaptive sense of humor. They are often crude and offbeat and not everyone can appreciate their no holds barred style of jokes. People who are more serious or easily offended, definitely will not enjoy the ESTJs sense of humor. If someone is more laid-back and willing to see the jokes for what they are, they will definitely appreciate the way the ESTJ can make just about anything funny. When the ESTJ is uncomfortable they often make jokes to lighten the own mood.

ISFJ

ISFJs often have a surprising sense of humor, one that doesn’t always fit their day-to-day personality. They may shock people with a very sarcastic and inappropriate joke, with the absolute best timing. Their humor might be very silly sometimes, like changing the lyrics to a song or intentionally mispronouncing a word. They enjoy puns and sarcasm and may even enjoy dirty humor that people would find surprising to their gentle personality. They are careful not to offend or upset anyone, so they often reserve their unique humor for the people closest to them who can fully understand where they are coming from.

ESFJ

ESFJs are capable of enjoying many different kinds of humor and often adapt their jokes to fit their surroundings. They are capable of reading what others will find funny and often attempt to blend into that. When they are around the people they are most comfortable with their personal style of humor is more openly expressed. ESFJs appreciate puns a great deal and enjoy witty and often surprising humor. They often aren’t pleased with dark or upsetting humor, and can feel like jokes that bring people down are cruel. They do however, enjoy a good dirty joke and can often laugh at the silliest things. ESFJs enjoy laughter very much, and probably favor being in a relationship with someone that they find hilarious.

ISTP

ISTPs often enjoy the use of irony and dark humor very much. They keep to themselves and have a very internal sense of humor. People are often very pleased by the ISTPs jokes and enjoy being around them. They enjoy the use of wordplay and often make their humor interesting and thoughtful. They have a dry delivery most of the time and are extremely deadpan, which can offend some people who misinterpret them. And let’s not forget, they enjoy a good sexual innuendo.

ESTP

ESTPs have an often goofy and unique sense of humor. They find the silliest things funny and can appreciate laughing at things that others scoff at. They enjoy having fun and bring that sense of excitement into their humor. They aren’t afraid of being self-deprecating and enjoy making other people laugh in whatever way is possible. They can often flip from silliness to downright dry humor, and it really just depends on the mood that they are in. They don’t like to stick to one simple style of humor and can appreciate just about anything for what it is. This style of joking makes the ESTP very fun to be around.

ISFP

ISFPs can have a very broad sense of humor and often find many different styles funny. They enjoy silliness and can sometimes be absolutely ridiculous and hard to follow. They often only share this unique side of themselves around certain people who can fully appreciate it. They are very good at being self-deprecating and can laugh at the goofy things that they do. They often tease their friends about similarly goofy actions but are good at doing it in a lighthearted way. ISFP enjoy a good inside joke and love being able to share that laughter with someone special. The people who do not know them closely, probably don’t get to see just how funny the ISFP can be.

ESFP

ESFPs have a very fun and lighthearted sense of humor. They dislike laughing at other people’s expense and often find that sort of comedy cruel and unacceptable. They want their jokes to be fun and enjoyable for everyone. The ESFP likes making people laugh and will often become self-deprecating to do so. They don’t mind being the butt of the joke, as long as everyone is enjoying themselves. ESFPs may make silly jokes by replacing certain song lyrics with their own or changing words to fit something that they find funny. They aren’t always the best at noticing sarcasm, and are much more adept to open humor.

mbti as character tropes

(character tropes from here)

istp

  • no shirt, long jacket
  • heroic comedic sociopath
  • first-person smartass

estp

  • the all-american boy
  • very punchable man
  • jerk with a heart of gold

isfp

  • pint-sized powerhouse
  • adorkable
  • badass bookworm

esfp

  • hooker with a heart of gold
  • badass normal
  • cool uncle

istj

  • officer and a gentleman
  • understanding boyfriend
  • ridiculously average guy

estj

  • heroism wont pay the bills
  • self-made man
  • grade-school ceo

isfj

  • mysterious protector
  • waistcoat of style
  • always lawful good

esfj

  • action mom
  • comes great responsibility
  • social climber

infp

  • innocent flower girl
  • emo teen
  • incorruptible pure pureness

enfp

  • never grew up
  • mr imagination
  • a protagonist shall lead them

infj

  • pretty boy
  • troubled, but cute
  • i just want to be special

enfj

  • mama bear
  • romantic runner-up

intp

  • absent-minded professor
  • dead-pan snarker
  • death seeker

entp

  • distressed dude
  • hell seeker
  • person of mass destruction
  • magnificant bastard

intj

  • defecting for love
  • tall, dark, and handsome
  • lovable traitor

entj

  • lovable alpha bitch
  • defrosting ice queen
  • determinator