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

ESFJ: watching ALL THE GILMORE GIRLS ALL OF IT

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

Rules:

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