MBTI and the Seven Deadly Sins

Ok so I thought this would be a little… fun thing to do, so here’s the deal, state your type and then list in order where the 7 Deadly Sins fall for you, with a little note on the side explaining why (because just listing your sins is boring). Then at the end Tag from 5 to 10 different people or tag yourself, and let the party begin.


  1. Pride. My sense of self can come before all else. I can let my pride get in the way. I can see little in what others say and completely take over in my feelings of being right. 
  2. Sloth. I often settle for what takes the least responsibility. Whenever I am asked to do something more my instinct is always to say no. My first thought is not to do anything. After time I mull it over and change it, I can then be more proactive. But my instinct is to not do.
  3. Greed. I love things! I want everything and growing up I hated to share. Although my ideals lay in Marxism, I love all the materials capitalism lets me consume. 
  4. Wrath. Be happy you don’t actually see my reactions to some comments and messages I get. My wrath at others and ideas is what gives me my spark, but my instant reactions can be harsh and cruel. 
  5. Gluttony. I over indulged in books, television, and movies. I become obsessive. Be glad you didn’t see me back in the day when I discovered Doctor Who. I don’t know how to pace myself with things I love. 
  6. Envy. This isn’t a think for me now, but growing up I felt everyone was calmer, more social, and smarter than me. I had major competitive issues in all parts of my life.
  7. Lust. Back in my school days I always liked men who were taken and may have ruined multiple relationship because of this sin. This is not a thing for me anymore, but at a younger age I was quite the vixen.

@xtestament tagged me originally. I tag: @card-queen, @heroesandvillainsofmbti, @isfjwallflower, @lovenfj, @worldofanentp

Jealousy Incarnate Episode 20

My heart goes out to you, Pyo Na-ri.

When you are in love you want to look good in front of the person you like, you don’t want to create trouble between you and embarrass yourself is the worst thing ever. You just want to ignore completely that it happened. Sometimes you even ignore the person you love in order to get yourself together before facing them. We have all been there.

Sad Na-ri is the worst kind of Na-ri. I don’t like it, at all, so I was really cheering for her to just explode and yell at someone. I don’t like it when Na-ri is depressed because I think she goes back to thinking she is no good enough for the job, which really she couldn’t be more wrong. Na-ri is passionate about her job as an announcer but she spent too much time as weather caster through her years at the company, so she lacks the experience to do more serious aspects of it like a live show. Which I can only image can be nerve wreaking without having your bosses breathing down your neck.

In one hand, I get why she was pulled out but I wish they could have given her a second chance to prove herself. They all witnessed during rehearsal who committed she was to doing a proper job. On the other hand, this experience will be painful but ultimately good for Na-ri because it lit a fire in her to do better on the broadcast. Now, she has already prove herself to Ms. Bang, who will take her under her wing and teach Na-ri everything she needs to know, so one day she can be the one next to Hwa-shin or any other news anchor during an important news.

I love Hye-won but today she really acted like the cutthroat competitor she is. I forget sometimes these people are trying to outsmart each other in order to get a better position in the company and become a main news anchor. Still, I was happy to see Na-ri have the last word against someone who is not easy to deal with.

Na-ri’s first mistake during broadcast wasn’t her fault but the studio’s. Problem was that once she was thrown, she couldn’t get her groove back. The company’s president, both political parties and their producer were already complaining about her, so I think someone would have eventually pulled her out. And just like with his brother, Hwa-shin choose to be the person to do it because that’s the way he protects the people he loves. I think he thought he was doing them a favor by saving face and because this way they could complain and fight directly with him, instead of remain hopeless against others who pity them.

I get where he was coming from but I think he really didn’t think it through because he wasn’t expecting Na-ri not show how pissed she was at him. So he had to spent a good portion of the episode begging her to open up to him. Good. This man still has some groveling to do, let him suffer a little. Let him think that Na-ri not showing how mad she is it means indifference and distance between them.

Ultimately he had to nag her anger out by pointing out her supposed lack of professionalism, something he knew she wouldn’t let it pass. Na-ri is very proud of her job (maybe even more than Hwa-shin because it was harder for her to get it) and wouldn’t take any of his high and mighty attitude on this subject.

My favorite Hwa-shin is definitely the vulnerable fool. He loves so much when she can be herself around him, when she throws caution to the wind and lowers her defenses, because he feels that way around her. She has seen him at his worst already and still loves him, and I think that’s what he wants her to do too. He wants all of Na-ri not just the good parts but the ugly as well. Which explains why for someone who is mind over matter about everything, he decided to propose after a few days of becoming a couple. With ramen. And some side kimchi.

Am I crazy for loving this proposal? I felt so down to earth and rooted on an everyday real life. Like someone who just can’t contain his love anymore and just have to shout it to the world but in the most simple gestures. Am I making any sense? Ramyun will never be nor taste the same after this show.

Will she say yes? What will awesome bro Chi-yeol say about this? What about Hwa-shin’s mother? She still thinks Na-ri is dating Jung-won… and what about Jung-won’s mother, she still thinks Na-ri is dating her son. Does this mean my wish is coming true and the Moms will have a yell out??

Bonus: PD Oh’s office is more like a psychologist’s couch sometimes. God, I love this show.