philosophical notebook

MBTI as ways I have procrastinated 2

So y’all loved the first one and I’m in the middle of my exams so I have enough ammunition to make another one ahaha help me

ISFP: tracing over the same drawing of a flower 8 times

ISTJ: doing past papers for the one exam I actually find easy to put off my other revision

ESFP: covering myself head to toe in temporary tattoos

ENTP: reading the journals of murderers

INFJ: filling a notebook with philosophical free writing

ENFJ: FaceTiming my friend for 3 hours straight


INTJ: Literally. Sitting on a swing. Contemplating. For several hours. Reaching the conclusion that exams don’t matter.

ISFJ: creating The Ultimate Spotify Playlist

INFP: listening to the Ultimate Spotify Playlist in appreciation of my own music taste

ESTJ: seeing how much I could buy for twenty quid in Primark

ISTP: seeing how many stairs I could jump up at once and the whispering ‘parkour’

INTP: becoming Wikipedia’s biggest user

ESTP: getting drunk and watching cheesy teen movies

ENFP: trying (and failing) to teach myself electric guitar

ENTJ: having a minimalistic breakdown and sorting through my entire bedroom and bathroom and study

♥Christmas Presents♥

Christmas is my favourite holiday so I’ve decided to do a little give away. Reblog or like this to win a special present.

What you get:

  • The Return of the First Avenger (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) Blu-ray Disc
  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone book
  • Glee Concert Movie CD
  • The Hobbit notebook


You can reblog as many times as you want.It ends Friday 18th December!Winner will be chosen using random number generatoYou must be willing to send me your address/detailsWorldwide shipping

If you have any questions just send me a message.

I think that’s it, GOOD LUCK :)

Philosophical idealism is only nonsense from the standpoint of crude, simple, metaphysical materialism. From the standpoint of dialectical materialism, on the other hand, philosophical idealism is a one-sided, exaggerated, development (inflation, distension) of one of the features, aspects, facets of knowledge, into an absolute, divorced from matter, from nature, apotheosised.
—  Vladimir Lenin, Philosophical Notebooks, 1914