How to Spot MBTI Types (according to TypeTips)

Hi Guys!

So, I’m still fascinated by MBTI. And today, I’m just gonna outline and compile what TypeTips said about spotting different MBTI personality types from the outside.

TypeTips is a YouTube channel. He’s amazing when it comes to MBTI knowledge. Check out his channel here: TypeTips

Dislaimer: These are all quotations and from TypeTips.

Let’s start!!!


– Twinkle in eyes

– Toggle their eyes because of exciting possibilities

– Appears manic

– Looks like there’s a desparate need for inner peace

– Playful and perky energy

– Resting, smiling face (corners of the mouth life upwards and returning back into a smiley face)

– Dresses loosely and carefree, liberated kind of feel

– Half are actually subdued or quiet even if they’re described as bouncing off the walls

– Self-assuredness in the eyes


– Soft, teddy bear like energy. like you want to pet them

– Has a strong on/off switch from being approachable

– Kind of sinking feeling as if feelings are being soaked inwards

– Squishy, oozy Center,  meek and frail look

– Sincere look in eyes with inner warmth

– Weak energy

– Soft, assured kind of look which gives them confidence

– May have an artistic look, but not like INFJ. They prefer an earthier and homey kind of look

– A lot dress like they’re in the 1940s, which is when clothes were classy yet down to earth

– Just smile enough, and not exaggerated


– Dimensional in expressiveness

– Dramatic looking folks; eyes are intense and expressive; fierce looking

– Even if they’re bored, eyes convey a lot of intense emotions

– Glazy, gleamy eyes which conveys a lot of depth and soul

– A bit of unpleasant look

– Can be elegant looking but dramatic

– Dreamy eyes but it looks like it’s directed towards an agenda; eyes are not focused on the now

– Looks determined


– Looks like nice and gentle people

– Eyes are pretty wide open

– ELEGANT; Ooh La La look

– Dreamy, starry eyes; looks like dreamers


– Skeptical and stern look

– Appear to be smirking and smiling at first like ESFJ, but goes back to stern look

– Lack elegance in their look; earthly beings

– Dress with a professional air

– Look that looks like they’re totally in this world and not to the future

– Intonation of speech makes them sound practical


– Consonant, practical sounding tone to their voice

– Looks self-content and calm on the eyes and on their one-sided smile that doesn’t look totally sincere

– Looks like they’re hiding the secrets of inner peace

– Looks relaxed but can also look mistrustful or angry

– Disliked being touched or kissed

– Homey and cozy look (wears sweaters)

– Earthy, informal, self-assured, tranquil look


– Biggest smiles, whole face smiles

– Eyes that light up the room

– Goody-goody kind of look, look like friendly puppies

– They don’t smirk as often as ENTPs and ISFJs


– Tranquil eyes and energy

– Contented look

– Broad smile

– Has a contained extrovertedness

– They come off like gentlemen or lady-like

– Smile looks like a smirk which means playfulness (can be pranksters but not too heavy)


– Science-y look, glasses are befitting

– Subdued smile, a small one-sided smirk

– Up-to-no-good kind of eyes as if they’re hiding something

– You can’t take them seriously kind of vibe

– Even if you’re talking to them, they look like they’re looking off somewhere else

– Nervous, franetic energy, looks unsettled

– Place body in weird positions that don’t exist in normal human beings. They way they twist their boy is interesting

– They may fiddle with objects and then break them

– Radio Talk Show voice

– Even if they look skeptical, they convey maternal warmth as they grow older (welcoming and supportive)


– Can’t be bothered to smile for the photo

– Tight lips, partial smile most of the time

– Don’t look pysically intimidating

– Drooping eyes

– Dresses not to stand out (wears black)

– Hates the camera


– Smart, lab professor types

– Shark-like look; Alfa eyes

– Looks like nobody should screw you over

– Can be kind of unconfident when talking to people; they can appear introverted

– Either looking nice or argumentative

– Objective when describing people to avoid subjective bias

– Has salesman smiles; they get frustrated eaily

– They run in order to save time

– Many can’t match clothes; they favor bright colors


– Can look stoney in their eyes because they don’t want to show feelings

– Can also look sorrowful; eyes can look watery

– Has a fiercing look but overall they don’t look very dominant

– They look serious

– Many don’t have very flattering hair

– Has Mona Lisa smiles; they don’t like dramatic, emotional display; smiles show just enough good will and nothing else

– Very family oriented and wants to work for a cause


– Piercing and aggressive look; absolute will power and determination

– Eyes look like they’re scanning; they lower their eyelids and scan

– But has a charming smile

– “Now” eyes


– “Now” eyes

– Not expressive looking

– Eyelids droop a bit; has calm, cool-headed like eyes

– All under control look

– Drama queen inside

– Looks like they can take a heroic, solo adventure (like Indiana Jones)


– Looks like they’re super excited for the camera

– Child-like, radying warmth, playful, perky energy in the face

– Can dress attractively or can dress wholly for comfort (Cartoon character on their oversized t-shirt, sweatpants or pajamas)

– Tough and more serious than what people think


– They look bored and distant

– Low maintenance kind of look

– Looks like they have the weight of the world upon them and looks like they’re in their own world

– Judgemental look with lips pursed tightly together

– Tough, intimmidating look that looks like he can protect himself

– Dress in great taste

– Often compared with cats = sweet until you cross them 
Sources/Video Links (from TypeTips):



MBTI Haiku (Part 1)


Okay, so I asked different MBTI Personality Types in Facebook to create Haikus about their personality types. The top 3 will be posted in this blog. It will be based upon the number of likes, and my personal taste. Now, my title says Part 1 because as an ENFP, unfortunately, I did not finish this project for all the personality types. Let’s just say I got bored or I felt like it was such a hassle to continue executing it. So, I finished with 7/16 personality types. Hopefully, I’ll continue with the others next time.

Alright, here it goes… ヽ(^◇^*)/



Chastity Henry


Wayne Moran


Michael Drysdale



Allan Mwangi Melchowistz


Elyssa Davis


Eve Diaz


(Bonus) Azalea Sho / INFP Potato



Kevin Jonas Chung


Laurel Mollison


Bonnie Webb-Robbins



Mark L. Bugante


Josiah Buhayan


Linda Keith Gaines



Sarah Mabbett


Ahmed Kamara


Juho Salokangas



Elyssa Davis


Kimberly Young

2 Third Placers

Crystal Barnes


Katie Riley



Shannon Tate


Kevin Jonas Chung


Ryan Catahan

Ok, I just noticed that there were some who got chosen more than once. Awesome!

Shout out to: Elyssa Davis and Kevin Jonas Chung!

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Living with an ISTJ Sister as an ENFP


First of all, this is my version of The INFP Potato’s Living with an ISTJ Dad as an INFP. She’s my best friend and you can also check out her blog. Anyways, yes, again, this is my version of her blog and I’m going to try to be as close as I could, as in copy some of her words, but with my version. Like a parody! Haha~! Thanks a lot for your time! 🙂

To give you a mini introduction to this article, here is a not-so-rare photograph of my ISTJ wacky baby sister copying a signature pose of one of the characters of the current Filipinos’ favorite TV couple, who in my always amazed and always curious ENFP opinion, can see why they are people’s favorite, and yep, since it’s popular my sister took a picture with me (just cropped) as she posed as Lola Nidora:


This is a picture from Facebook where I tagged my sister actually (and I cropped it. I’m actually beside her)

To those asking why I had to show this picture, let me answer your question. It is to make a point. It is an objective caught on camera proof that ISTJs aren’t always prim, proper, serious, and strict. They can be dorky and I strongly believe that they put a lot of effort to make people laugh – for my sister, it’s so natural for her to have a wacky picture, I guess because she grew up in a wacky environment. And just in case there are some skeptics out there, no, that photo is not staged. When she’s taking a photo of herself, usually it’s serious. But it isn’t unnatural for her to pose wackily especially when she’s with somebody.

Now let’s go straight to the point.

INFP Potato said: “A lot of people on the MBTI online community have been wondering what it is like for an INFP to have an ISTJ dad. In a lot of forums I read online, I saw this repetitive reference to INFP-ISTJ relationship as the ‘worst possible combination’ and ‘road to hell’-ish kind of team up. But not a lot of things were written about an INFP-ISTJ child-parent relationship” , and so I am also assuming that not a lot of articles have been talking about ENFP-ISTJ sibling relationship, so I am here to write one for you by talking about my own experience as an ENFP.

CAREER CHOICES AND LIFE DECISIONS (I guess I can’t copy her  blog on this)

Career Choices, hmmm… Well if it’s about career, she supports what I want. Not like she’s serious about it. My ISTJ sister doesn’t have her own passion. She does have things she likes: such as games, singing, musicals, watching movies, etc. But it isn’t really a passion. It’s more of what she likes. Whereas I, those are the things I’m passionate about. She even told me that she can’t even remember what she was doing when she was little, however she does remember what I was doing. Since we were kids, she liked what I liked, she did what I did, but it all had to start with me and what my passion was. In other words, a lot of the things she liked now started with me liking it. So… now, we both like games, we both like singing, we both like musicals, we both like watching movies, we both like a lot of things we can call our hobby. So, though it’s a big dream, she supports me being an interpreter, being “famous” (lol) in the internet for the song covers, dubsmash, and other projects that we do. So, she’s supportive to pursue the things that we like.

However, on the serious side, she actually wants to have a business. From the start, she has been saving to start one. Though her salary is the smallest in the whole family, her savings is the largest (although it’s not that much. It’s largest in terms of we don’t have our own savings haha). To be honest, she’s our family bank who can lend us money without interest. Honestly, I’m currently writing this with a big debt that I owe to her. My parents also owes her. So yep, she’s actually devastated that she can’t see her savings (it’s like it’s not moving at all and it’s decreasing) because of people who keep borrowing money. Haha!

When I asked her what is her dream career path, it is to be a CEO! I thought she was joking but noooo. She really wants to be a boss! She wants to have her own business, she wants her own company. She was actually imagining to own her company with me as the co-owner and the spokesperson (coz she don’t like speaking to people).

Speaking of her game plan to start the business, I was obliged (or let’s just say I signed an imaginary contract) to give P1,000 a month to save up for the business. Honestly, that plan was blown by the wind because I owe her money now, and I’m focused on paying what I owe first. And because of that, she had been reminding me (almost everyday if you were to exaggerate things) to pay up. Sometimes, I just paid her and 3 minutes had not yet passed, she will remind me to pay again. She’ll even remind you to save your money or don’t spend too much or else I can’t pay her back, which is suffocating for an ENFP who likes freedom. Me as an ENFP, would like freedom and non-tight budget to spend for whatever happens. But if you think about it, she’s right. I really appreciate her forceful ways of reminding me to pay up. Haha! Just lecturing her to not remind somebody who just recently paid, coz it’s so stressful and irritating!

Now that I mentioned that she is strict when it comes to budget and members of the family owing her, she gets mad (not that mad) and lectures when we have excessive stuff in the house. For example, my ISFJ mother buys snacks for the family, she’ll be like “Where did you get the budget? You keep on spending and you’ll not have money again!”, later on she’ll still eat. She doesn’t consider that it’s for family happiness. Another example is when my mom asks her for additional food budget and in that moment, we were in a tight budget, though not so tight for her not to approve the request. She’ll be like “We have sardines there! We have egg!”, when Mama wanted to cook something special for the family.

That people, is just one of the many things that frustrates me as an ENFP to have an ISTJ sister. They can be controlling and demanding, and a lot of times they wont even consider how you feel. I therefore conclude, that MBTI descriptions of ISTJs on how they are strict and ‘practical’ minded without regard for people’s feelings, can be true for a lot of cases.

What I like about what my sister did though is that, again, they are the balancing factor in the family who saves money for practical things. My ISFP dad spends a lot on things he likes, my ISFJ mom though practical spends a lot to help other people pay the bills, for house repairs and home improvements, and for family snacks and happiness, and me and as an ENFP also spends a lot for food and stuff depending on what I want. So, she who can save, is the family treasurer. Everything goes through her. The family income and family contribution goes to her and she budgets it all. If you need to ask her for money, it’s like it’s for approval. You need to state a good reason why you need it.

And I do appreciate that her strong practical skills balances all three of us’ out of control budget.  For that, I think it is good to have an ISTJ around to ground us and help us manage especially with financial responsibilities.


As an ENFP, I rarely clean. And guess what, as an ISTJ, my sister rarely cleans the house either. Haha! I clean more than she does! Maybe it’s because we have a do-it-all ISFJ mom in the house who magically cleans the house effectively and efficiently in such little time. And when I say magically, think of Elsa as she sings “My powers flurry through the air into the ground” and then boom! this side and that side of the room is clean.

Anyways, my ISTJ sister said that she cleans before, (which is true) but then eveything changed when she realized that it’s suuuuper easy for the house to become messy again. So she’s like “What’s the point?”, hence what she is today.

She is clean and orderly though on her personal things, for example: her bag, her stuff, her cabinet (which is like a safe) where she keeps the family budget, her office desk, and etc. I guess it depends. I read in one article that ISTJs are dutiful in things they consider their duty. Maybe she does not consider this one as her duty inside? Haha! I guess that might be one of the reason. Another is, like I said, we have an ISFJ mom who magically cleans. But yep, not all ISTJs clean the house.


She does help me with school works. But most of the time, it’s the other way around. If INFP Potato’s dad help her somewhat with school works, I help my ISTJ sister on hers. Let me discuss some of the reasons why this is the case.

  1. She isn’t good at writing while I kind of am. So, she needs my help.
  2. If she isn’t the group leader in school, she is like the group leader. You know how your classmates slack off in a group project? She takes the responsibilities of unfinished work. And because of that, again, she needs help.
  3. She wants her school project to be perfect. Another reason why she just take other people’s task. But yeah, again, the consequence is, we have to help her.

In all fairness, her school projects are always above average. That’s why she’s a dean lister. In the defense where she had to defend and discuss her website project (coz she’s an I.T.), she can answer any questions and any critics on her work, proving that her work is the best on there is. It’s really impressive and you can’t criticize anything in that project. Proud to say, I helped out. Hehe~

Speaking of helping out, it’s not only me. Let me tell you a view of how she manages those hectic school works. Think of an office, yeah, a business office. She’s the boss, while me, mama, and a friend of ours are workers. In a room, where we have low volume music, all of us are working on her project, working on our assigned tasks. We literally looked like an office. Another bossish moment was when she was asking mama to help her and mama promised to do so. My sister went to school and when she came back, mama has not started anything yet. She was like “You just watched T.V. that’s why you haven’t started anything yet!”. My friend who also helps calls her “Commander Aierrah”. ‘Coz she really was such a commander haha!

Anyways, copying INFP potato’s blog, she also discussed about how ISTJs give their opinions and the stuff you do. I agree with her. An ISTJ will just give maybe one compliment and 9 criticisms, like you didn’t do really well. My blog post, Dear Diary: Losing my Self-Esteem talks about how I felt when she criticized my performance. Anyways, with me talking about it with my ISTJ, I told her that she should learn to give compliments because, really, it’s like she’s allergic to giving compliments (especially if she’s giving her opinion on someone she’s close with. Maybe because it’s cheesy? I don’t know). However, in return, my ISTJ sister said that she thinks that’s what ISTJs feel: they feel like they’ve already complimented enough and doesn’t realize that 90% of it is criticism. For them, it’s okay, and they’re just giving “a few” opportunities to work with. That’s really hurtful and alien especially to an ENFP who is a personality type that is super generous in giving compliments to encourage people. ISTJs “compliments” are really discouraging that you’ll really feel down.

It’s a good thing that we stumbled upon MBTI, coz now we can appreciate personality types and learn to accept the differences. Without MBTI, tendency is to think “If I’m like this, why can’t you be like me? Why are you like that???”. With MBTI, you’ll just laugh it off like “Oh she’s like that coz she’s ISTJ Hahahahahaha!”, and the ISTJ laughs with you. So, you’ll learn to accept the differences that there are things you are but other people aren’t and there are things that other people are and you aren’t. The good thing about MBTI is that it gives a platform and a blueprint of how another type acts, and people who know their MBTI type can focus on fixing the negatives they have.

It is very important therefore for people with ENFP-ISTJ sibling relationship to study each others profile. MBTI is a tool to bridge gaps and create understanding. It isn’t a tool to decide that “Hey, these two types suck together so they might as well live on opposite sides of the Earth!” ENFPs like me must learn to appreciate the realism ISTJ offers. They should see the good in ISTJs step by step realistic approach to life. They must learn to recognize  their duties and fulfill them like responsible beings. For ISTJs like my sister, they should learn how to understand and be lenient to the freedom and interests ENFP likes. Don’t harass her in paying up the debt when she just paid. Don’t tell her to be super duper thrifty when she doesn’t want to – by the way, my sister is so thrifty that she budgets her fare going to and from work in a super duper tight budget (it really irritates me when she’s using her calculator and keeps calculating stuff, as in sometimes she wakes up and the first thing she does is calculate something) that any unplanned moment that she has to spend money will result her to need to ask somebody for money or at least to work for her money (like giving me a massage), whereas I would like the freedom to have abundant budget, as in if someone wants to ask money from me or ask me to buy food, I would have the money to do so. If an ENFP wants to be thrifty, she would (but as for me, I can’t haha). Learn to focus on the positives of a person sometimes and not just the negative parts of them that needs improvement. Don’t be too stuck up on tight budget and schedules, and learn to let loose just like how my sister supports my ENFP projects and even bonds with the wacky me.

As my last word I am going to say, that an ENFP-ISTJ sibling relationship isn’t that bad, especially if you have the same hobbies.  It is actually a good pairing since ENFP and ISTJ have the same functions, though virtually different in order. ENFPs’ strength is ISTJs’ weakness and vice versa. They balance each other out. All the work left is to learn how to find that balance.

(Yep, tried my best to be as close as how INFP Potato did it. But we really just had different experiences)

Thanks for reading!


Left (INFP Potato), Middle (ISTJ sister), Right (Me, Koi Miazaki)

ENFP vs ISTJ – Drinking Juice Without a Straw Challenge



Me (an ENFP) and my sister (an ISTJ) bought 5 Zesto juices from a 7/11 store earlier. Later on, we realized that the cashier did not provide us with straws. So we were strawless but had no access to cups – or if we do have access, we’re too lazy to get one. Because of that, we decided to just drink the juice without a straw. The difference of how we did it is very interesting 😉

This is…

ENFP vs ISTJ – Drinking Juice Without a Straw Challenge

Edit: At the bottom, there’s an extra from an ISFP who also did the same thing


Challenger: ENFP
How she did it: Using a pen, the ENFP made a small hole in the middle of the pack which says “Put Straw here”
Result: The ballpen did not only pierce the front side but also left a hole at the back of the pack. The ENFP had to cover the hole at the back with her finger to prevent spilling at the wrong hole when she’s squeezing and sipping the juice. Because of the tiny size of the hole, the ENFP had a hard time drinking that it made her neck ache because of the effort it required. Later on when the pack was crumpled because of squeezing, juice squirted from the back of the pack straight to her nose.
Bottoms up: No. The ENFP had a hard time squeezing all the juice out of the tiny hole.
Satisfaction: Frustrated and hurt
Conclusion: Method is unwise


Challenger: ISTJ
How she did it: Using a pen, the ISTJ cut a hole at the side, cutting all the way through until she makes a big split, creating a large hole.
Result: Since there was a large hole, the juice was flowing smoothly which was very convenient for the ISTJ.
Bottoms up: Yes
Satisfaction: 4.5 (still prefers to use a straw)
Conclusion: Method is wise

In this challenge, it was clear that the ISTJ made the wiser decision. The ENFP should have copied the strategy as soon as she realized that it was better. But nooo ~ she stood up for being a weirdo.


My ISFP Dad also drank juice without straw afterwards:

Challenger: ISFP
How he did it: Using the scissors he found at home, he turned the juice pack upside down. He pierced the bottom with the scissors as if what the ENFP did with the pen to create a hole at the bottom. He then squeezed out the juice using both of his hands to pour to a glass
Bottoms up: Yes. Because he squeezed hard though he had a hard time
Satisfaction: So-so. I don’t think he cares as long as he get to drink using the glass
Conclusion: Method was better than ENFP’s. But it would be way better if the ISFP just used the scissors to easily cut a large hole so that the juice would pour out easily. Basically, do what the ISTJ did since the ISFP has the best resources: scissors and a glass.

MBTI Memes


Here’s our created and collected MBTI memes we made featuring me, my family, and my friends. Some of them are true dialogues in which I just made a meme to show our personality differences. 😀

More to follow if there are to follow!

Enjoy! ❤







In English: “I love you. Remember that. My time is being wasted by repeating that” – ISTJ






MBTI Mind & Heart Conversation

Me and my friends were randomly talking about what the heart and mind would say based on our MBTI personality types. Just collected our thoughts on that chat. So here it is, from the INFP, ISTP, and the ENFP! =D



mind: kill
heart : don’t
mind:  but it’s necessary
heart: but that’s bad
mind: it’s what’s needed
heart: maybe
mind: so listen to me
heart: i know but i feel bad
mind: well sometimes what’s right isn’t always what feels right



Heart: Let it be.. but I’ll cry inside for all the lives that will be lost
Mind: Don’t. Stupid.
Heart: D; No I’m not
Mind: It’s why INFPs are a pain
Heart: No! You INTJs are as cold as ice.



Heart: hello?
Mind: what.
Heart: we haven’t spoken in a while..
Mind: yea, and?
Heart: just thought we should work together on this.
Mind: don’t worry about that I’ll Deal with everything, you just worry about beating.
Heart: uhh ok.
Mind: bye.


Heart: we need to save those ppl.
Mind: why.
Heart: no innocence should be treated that way.
Mind: it’s not wise.
Heart: …🙀
Mind: I guess sticking it to the man would make me feel a bit better. Fine let’s do it.



Mind: ooh! I just thought of something unique and exciting to do
Heart: oh my shocks! Lets do it! I love the idea!

Later on:
Heart: im not feeling excited bout this anymore. It looks boring now
Mind: okay lets stop. I dont think its nice anyway


Heart: I feel for the person. Although its wrong, isnt it kinda logical and valid coz its a human feeling?
Mind: yes. It does justify him. I mean he’s wrong but since we kinda get what he feels then i think its all good.

-hears opposing side-
Heart: i can also relate to this side.
Mind: Maybe the other person is wrong because this side is totally right and he makes sense.

-everything’s possible-
-thought bounces to opposing side like a tennis ball –


Me as an ENFP (10 Descriptions)


So, I decided to just go over some descriptions of an ENFP and comment on how much of it is true with me 🙂

Just in case you didn’t know what I’m talking about, ENFP is one of the 16 Personality Types in MBTI or Myers-Briggs Personality Test thingy. I took the test a couple of times through different sources and, yup, I’m an ENFP.


Okay, let’s get started 😀

1. Spontaneous

Yes. That’s true. It’s like I don’t need so much preparation for something. I’m not that shy that I have to think of what to say, what the game plan is, etc. Of course I’m not a master in everything and planning is still important. But somehow, I can manage through without it. And sometimes, I just start something without even planning about it. I just, wanna do it.

2. Always starting a project but having a hard time to see it through

Mhm. I derive satisfaction from starting projects. In some online community, I’m even a pioneer at starting stuff (and I do become somewhat popular because of it). It’s like, I have a bunch of ideas I want to start doing. Sometimes, I just get fired up about something out of nowhere. And once I’m fired up, I start it right away and I have to finish it right away (if possible, on the same day or ASAP). If I don’t finish it right away, I have a big tendency to get bored and just not finish it.

3. Easily Bored

Yes. One time I’m ENJOYING doing something, but snap, I’m bored. I wanna do something else. For example, I’m talking to my bestfriend and having a good time on the chat, and snap, I’m bored. I just leave the chat or turn the WiFi off and FIND something else to do. And it might take me hours of finding the right stuff that can entertain me. Another example is me playing a new game I enjoy for hours, and snap, I just don’t feel like it anymore. Uninstalls app. That’s how messed up I am…

4. Can seem flirty

Well, I don’t look and act flirty at all. But I guess I can say that me being comfortable with casual talk to people, even for people I just met, is being… uhh… Touchy? I also love giving nicknames. Not as an insult or whatever. It’s just for fun. In other words I’m not THAT shy with strangers.

5. Poor Practical Skills

Very true. I just don’t mess with bills and chores around the house. Whenever my whole family is having a conversation about budgeting, I don’t participate. I just give them how much they need and they do the rest for allocation (My ISTJ sister is actually in charge of it haha). Details are also not my thing. It’s like a no-no allergy for me.

6. All Possibilities

Correct. I doubt myself all the time (not in an emo way). For example, I know something and I’m kinda sure about it. I won’t rate myself as 100% sure, maybe just a 95% if I’m quite sure about it. I always leave room for doubts or errors. Which is kinda not good coz I always use, “maybe”, “kinda”, “I think”, “I’m not sure” as disclaimers haha!

7. Enthusiastic and full of energy

Everyone who knows me can testify that. Working as a customer care representative, I get those adjectives all the time. They say my energy is consistent for all of the calls I took, which is great especially in my line of work.

8. Attracted to opposite personality types like INTJs

I can’t testify much here coz I haven’t been deeply attracted to somebody in real life. I get attracted to fictional characters though. And what I noticed is, I’m very attracted to ENFP types instead of INTJs. My fictional crushes are mostly ENFPs. Is that normal? Or is it because it’s just fiction?

9. Weirdos

We’re not freaks but I guess we look like the weirdest people of all MBTI types. I mean personally, I look weird to others. Maybe it’s because I seem to have my own world, I’m not THAT shy to do weird things in public, and we’re all about being authentic? So, maybe that’s why we look weird. Coz we’re being our goofy  , ball of ideas, spontaneous, enthusiastic selves and we’re not afraid to show that in public.

10. Has a child-like wonder on things

True. I often think about how common things in life work. I researched on random stuff such as history of sanitary napkins, ant colonies, how X-ray works, etc. Anything that sparks my curiosity! And I get easily impressed by stuff too!

I’ll put an extra…

11. Hates mundane tasks/schedules

Yes!!! It kills me! Anytime I know that I’m not “free” enough coz I have to go somewhere else later (even if I just have to spend 2 hours on that place), I get depressed. I feel like I have to satisfy and enjoy myself quickly before going to that place. I feel under the weather with a lot of tasks. I feel like someone with a fatal disease and I’m just down. I think this is my number one factor of depression (other than being bored or not being able to bond with my loved ones).

So there you go, me testifying of how my ENFPness works for me.

Thank you for reading

MBTI Slam Book


I love MBTI, and what I did was to create a set of questions to be answered by my friends who I forced to take the test. I classified them by their test results (it might be inaccurate or accurate but whatever). Also, their experiences and their whole being has something to do with the result of their answers. But in one way or another, I’m sure their personality types had something to do with it.

I’m also missing some other personality types because I don’t have any friends that I know with that type. Thanks to the contributors who I also forced to answer the questions! Once I have the other personality types, I’m going to update this.

ESFJ – Provider

ISFJ – Protector

ISFP – Composer

ISTJ – Inspector

ISTP – Operator

ENFJ – Teacher

ENFP – Champion

INFJ – Counselor

INFP – Healer

ENTJ – Field Marshall

ENTP – Inventor

INTJ – Mastermind

INTP – Architect


Here it is:

Ideal job
ESFJ: Around the world
ISFJ: A billionaire who gives to charity and pays for the loans on the whole world. I’ll buy house and lot and cars for everyone. And every town has catering. Every sick person has a nurse.
ISFP: Photographer
ISTP: Artist
ENFJ: Research manager/ owner
ENFP: Famous linguist/translator. Internet sensation.
INFJ:  Something related to serving people and animals or the environment.
INFP: Advocacy Planner
ENTJ: Game developer
ENTP: An ideal job would be something one would be paid for doing what one loves most. Personally, that’s a multiple answer, I love doing so many things but on top of it would be a fantasy, and that’s being a fighter plane test pilot
INTJ: Something that you would really enjoy while under stress
INTP: Working in the office but I have my own private space that no one can bother me. My co-workers will think that my position is just low but the truth is my job is very vital to the company.

ESFJ: God. Smile.
ISFJ: Good-hearted, hardworking, positive attitude, peace-adovcate, responsible, loving
ISFP: Communication
ISTJ: Handling money
ISTP: Creative, great with my hands? (I dunno to be honest)
ENFJ: Know how to do carpentry, electrical problems, electronic problems, plumber
ENFP: Learning about language and cultures easily. Being enthusiastic and carefree and happy.
INFJ: Most of the time my hunch is correct
INFP: Passionate, empathetic, curious
ENTJ: Computer oriented, good upper body strength
ENTP: All friends and non-friends say it’s being caring
INTJ:  I dont have any, I think
INTP: Works alone

ESFJ: Family
ISFJ: I don’t want to offend anyone that’s why I don’t have the courage to scold anyone. But once I get fedup the angel that you see becomes a monster.
ISFP: Making letters
ISTJ: Spoiled
ISTP: I try to take on multiple tasks to try to get things done and usually get one of those tasks done on time
ENFJ: Family. I can sacrifice myself for my family.
ENFP: Details, Practical matters, getting distracted
INFJ:  I can’t bear someone’s hurting. esp animals.
INFP: Reserved
ENTJ: Taking orders
ENTP: Sleepiness
INTJ: Myself and important people in my life
INTP: Works alone

Ideal partner
ESFJ: Tall, sweeter than me, playful
ISFJ: Millionare, honest, faithful, dignified, sweet, romantic, handsome, not fat, not a womanizer.
ISFP: My wife
ISTJ: Inspiring
ISTP: I don’t really have a preference, just someone who supports how I am and accept it
ENFJ: Helpful, Nice, Understanding, loving not only to me but also to my family, knows how to respect, faithful, merciful, and most of all God-fearing
ENFP: Wacky, Funny, Super nice
INFJ: Someone who is willing to know and understand who i am
INFP: Loyal, Honest, Respectful
ENTJ: Intelligent people
ENTP: Not being selective hahah. ‘Just need to be the ideal partner, first.
INTJ: Jeon Jungkook ;>
INTP: Can’t tell. There’s only one person in my mind and I don’t have any plans for replacement.

Favorite reading
ESFJ: Comics, love story, myth, fiction
ISFJ: Textbook. Everything educational and informative.
ISFP: Photography
ISTJ: If interested to know something
ISTP: Roleplays that I’m participating in
ENFJ: I don’t have the time to read nowadays. My favorites before were electronic book and cooking book
ENFP: Amazing facts and knowledge that catches my interest
INFJ: Mostly encyclopedia of animals and plants. Classical books and Histories.. Detective and Mysteries.
INFP: C.S. Lewis “The Problem with Pain”
ENTJ: I don’t like to read
ENTP: Dislikes reading
INTJ: Novel and short stories
INTP: Can’t specify

Fantasy movie role
ESFJ: Little mermaid xD
ISFJ: Fairygod mother or an excellent magician, or like X-men: teleport, reads mind, a total magician.
ISFP: Hero
ISTJ: Warrior-Wizard
ISTP: Have no idea, the rebelling vigilante I guess
ENFJ: A person who can teleport so that I don’t have to worry about fares hehehe
ENFP: The fighting princess/enchanter
INFJ: Daryl of the walking death..
INFP:  Err… none?
ENTJ: Martial Arts Master
ENTP: None. 🙂
INTJ: Harry Potter
INTP: Is this by choosing between the protagonist and antagonist? Or what fictive character do I like to play?

Stress Factor
ESFJ: Philippine Constitution
ISFJ: People around me are irresponsible and unconcerned citizens who does not care about the world.
ISFP: Walking
ISTJ: If what I want is not granted. And if someone is forcing me
ISTP: Stress is a stress factor
ENFJ: If there’s no project or job.
ENFP: Hectic schedules (even though it’s not that hectic)
INFJ: Noise and nagging
INFP: Being overwhelmed, confrontations, public speaking
ENTJ: Smart asses
ENTP: Other people’s incompetence and ignorance that directly affect others adversely
INTJ: Work or life
INTP: Does this mean what causes my stress? If yes, people that’s not close to me talking about unimportant things or people who are conceited. A gathering (not church related) wherein I am being surrounded by noise and lots of people that I don’t know.

Favorite color
ESFJ: Blue
ISFJ: When I wasn’t fat, I loved red and white. When I got fat, it’s black. But I also like golden yellow.
ISFP: Green
ISTJ: Blue
ISTP: Green
ENFJ: Blue and green
INFJ: Pink and apple green
INFP: Lavender
ENTJ: Black
ENTP: Green
INTJ: Blue
INTP: Black, gray, white, red, lavender (there’s an argument wherein black, gray and white should be considered as colors or not so I don’t know if those three will be counted. Also, it really depends on the shade or brightness of the color if I’ll like it or not. There’s a certain blue that I really like and I don’t know what exact color it is.)

Favorite romantic gift
ESFJ: Foods, Rabbit xD
ISFJ: Flowers, Roses with chocolates, with buffet date
ISTJ: Spend money and time for you
ISTP: I never thought about it. Just knowing they love me.
ENFJ: If I were the one who will give it: rose and bear. But if someone would give me a romantic thing, it’s to give all time days and moments to me. That’s all
ENFP: Chocolate, Love letter, Song (I think)
INFJ:  Letter and anything handmade
INFP: Books!
ENTJ: Flowers
ENTP: When the giver gives something of themselves
INTJ: Time
INTP: Whatever that person gives me, I’ll consider it a romantic gift.

Things u can’t help doing automatically that you’re unaware of
ESFJ: Defend 🙂
ISFJ: Before, they said I kept singing. Today, I just sing in my mind. I also kept praying.
ISFP: Think
ISTJ: Twisting my wrist
ISTP: Scratch at my skin. Stay up for too long.
ENFJ: Immediately stands up when mom calls me even though I’m sleeping
ENFP: Being talkative without realizing my food isn’t finished yet
INFJ: I can’t help making someone feel bad when i suggest something to them even though there’s no bad intentions to it
INFP: Weird facial expressions
ENTJ: Cussing
ENTP: Nose-picking, farting
INTJ: How am I suppose to know that if I’m completely unaware of it? 😮
INTP: I’m not sure.. I’m unaware of it.

Your way of understanding a very difficult lesson
ESFJ: Understand it well/asking someone
ISFJ: Keep reading it and research with every possible resources until I fully appreciate and understand it.
ISFP: I just don’t understand it
ISTJ: Repeat, trial and error, learn from errors, learn from others, find easier way
ISTP: Keep reading until it makes sense
ENFJ: Just review and re-ask the question if I can’t understand it
ENFP: I’m not gonna force myself to understand it by myself. I’m going to let myself get spoonfed by other people or websites.
INFJ: I learn hard lessons by converting them into my own words and my own understanding.
INFP: Listening to them
ENTJ: Listen to music
ENTP: “Let’s try again!”
INTJ: Asking or reading reference material for better understanding
INTP: What’s the difficult lesson about?

Ideal physical look of your car
ESFJ: Blue with a Hello Kitty design
ISFJ: Like a mobile-home
ISFP: Macho
ISTJ: Luxury. Everything lifts up.
ISTP: If it works, it works.
ENFJ: Big cars
ENFP: Cute, pink, and roundish.
INFJ: My car would look like a shark face
INFP: Pure black and shiny car…that can fit my whole family
ENTJ: Black with blue vinyls
ENTP:  It has a roof, 5 doors, 4 wheels that takes one from Point A to Point B
INTJ:  White and huge
INTP: Shiny and black (Tinted windows but I’m unsure of how dark the tint is. I know there’s many things to consider before having that.)

Rate one to five, your success in finishing a task (5 is highest)
ISFJ: If I have deducation and time, 4-5
ISTJ: 4.5 if I’m diligent, 2-3 if I don’t want it
ENFP: 1 hahaha XD
INFJ: Success in finishing task would be 3
ENTP: 6, since it is with love
INTP: I’m not sure.. Maybe 3.5? You can rate for me.

Ideal shoe
ESFJ: Not easily broken
ISFJ: Sandals. Smell proof and heavy duty sandals with strap
ISFP: Sneakers
ISTJ: Casual that you can use in everything
ISTP: Comfortable ones.
ENFJ: Unbreakable forever
ENFP: Flexible, Comfortable, you can wear without using your hands, you can use everywhere
INFJ:  Flat and close
INFP: 1 inch heel, comfortable shape shoe
ENTJ: Nike
ENTP: Sneakers
INTJ: Sneakers/running shoes
INTP: Black converse, however I prefer wearing slippers if that counts.

You were given too much attention and appreciation for work done, what do u feel
ISFJ: Uncomfortable but secretly, humbly, and thankfully proud, accomplished, fulfilled
ISFP: Happy
ISTJ: I feel appreciated and loved. I will linger it for hours
ISTP:  I become modest and then joke about being great though I don’t mean it
ENFJ: Happy
ENFP: Like a superstar, joke. Self-esteem increases of course, and I feel inspired to do more
INFJ: I feel glad at the same time burden
INFP: Very happy.. will obsess over it for days
ENTJ: I feel it’s not problem if people give me too much attention
ENTP: “There’s even a better way. Let’s do it again!”
INTJ: Flattered
INTP:  I’ll feel very very, very, very, very iritated and dismayed. I believe I can’t do anything alone so too much attention is very improper.

Do u feel lonely when you’re alone
ISFJ: Not really. Very rare. I love being alone. I’m never alonr for I have God
ISTJ: Not really
ISTP: Not really but I associate company
ENFP: Nope
INFJ:  I dont feel lonely when i’m alone IF i’m sure that everyone that i love is doing fine
INFP: Nope. Just sometimes when bored.
ENTJ: I don’t mind being alone
ENTP: Happiest, when alone
INTP: Most of the time, no. But there are times that I do.

Important person asks for attention and you’re doing something important, what do you do
ESFJ: I will finish what I’m doing first then I will talk to him
ISFJ: I will ask the important person if that is also important or more important than what I’m doing. It’s a matter of which is more critical, and worthy. But if it’s a family member, they are important to me.
ISFP: Just give them attention
ISTJ: Give them attention if they’re important. But if they can wait, please wait.
ISTP: If I can I’ll multi task it. If not I’ll hear them out and try to help first.
ENFJ: I will prioritize giving attention to that person. I can just continue what I’m doing after
ENFP: Set aside the important stuff especially if I don’t like it and give time to important person till I get distracted. Once I remember the task, I’ll ask help from the important person
INFJ: I always make sure to give them attention even for a couple of minutes then go back to important things
INFP: I ask them if they can wait for me to finish what im doing first and i’ll get back to them
ENTJ: Tell them I will later
ENTP: “Here’s one peso, go look elsewhere”
INTJ: Stops what I’m doing and pay attention
INTP: Will try to do both maybe not at the same time but will work on both of it.

An obvious and irritating scammer txts/calls you asking for money saying that its an emergency
ESFJ: Snob
ISFJ: I will ask him for a solicitation permit from the government or whatever agency. And also an ID
ISFP: Ignore
ISTJ: Turn off my phone. Fighting is a waste of time
ISTP: Block and ignore them
ENFJ: Ignore it
ENFP: I will “play along” and question their authenticity although I already know it
INFJ: I ignore scammer but when i feel replying them i reply back, doing the same thing their doing to people. (making fool of them)
INFP: If text ignore, if call will try to talk but if it gets too irritating i will tell them shut up or i’ll report them
ENTJ: Ignore them
ENTP:  Ignore
INTJ: Ignore
INTP: Delete the message and move on. If he/she texts again, add his/her number in the black list

One language u want to learn
ESFJ: Japanese ❤
ISFJ: Chinese, English, Spanish, Portuguese, French. All of the above if possible.
ISFP: Chinese
ISTJ: German/ Spanish
ISTP: I’ll learn tagalog I guess.
ENFJ: Fluent english
ENFP: ALL! But for now, it’s Portuguese
INFJ: I want to learn French
INFP: Just one? I wanna learn tons! haha Japanese if I have to pick one.
ENTJ: Japanese
ENTP: Mandarin
INTJ: Korean
INTP: I can’t name one. There’s a lot

A suggestion on how to teach a child a subject he can’t understand
ESFJ: Make it easy
ISFJ: Interactive, Song-filled, through interactive medias and fun activities: dancing, singing, playing, and contests and rewards. And if he still won’t learn: penalties.
ISFP: Tell a story
ISTJ: I’m not good with kids. But I will force what I know is right. And if I see him getting tired, I’ll find another way
ISTP: Hard to say it depends on subject. Usually relate it to something he can understand.
ENFJ: Make the lesson a game and there should also be a prize for every correct answer
ENFP: Make it into a song or a game or a story
INFJ: Teach the kid in way you understand it when you were young. the easiest way
INFP: Think like a child. Explain slowly and be patient
ENTJ: Try to work with them
ENTP: Suggestion will depend on the subject
INTJ: Incorporating playing with learning
INTP: How old is the child and what subject do I need to teach him/her?

You’re bored what do u do
ESFJ: Find food, and listen to soundtrip
ISFJ: I will do a lot of things. Or eat chocolate.
ISFP: Music
ISTJ: When I’m bored, I’m usually doing something, like playing or thinking about the bills, or counting the loans people haven’t paid back to me yet, or thinking about businesses I want to establish, and how to earn more money.
ISTP: I draw
ENFJ: Watching DVD
ENFP: Find and download games and see if I like one of them, watch random topics in YouTube like funny stuff or fun facts
INFJ: When I’m bored i play with my dog or i sleep
INFP: Watch anime. hahahaha
ENTJ: Play games or listen to music
ENTP: Play music
INTJ: Read
INTP: There’s a lot of things to do. It’s hard to be bored. But to answer that, ponder and sleep.

One word to describe how you usually look in a picture
ESFJ: Simple
ISFJ: I don’t like it. I wish I looked different.
ISFP: Thinking
ISTJ: Cute
ISTP:  I look apathetic and seem stoic.
ENFP: Wacky or unphotogenic 😦
INFJ: Bulldog
INFP: Trying to look girly
ENTJ: Emotionless
ENTP: Stick out tongue and start licking it. Joke.  Of course, use my eyes. Then blink.
INTJ: A potato
INTP: I’ll skip this. I don’t usually look at my pictures.

Videos you usually search in YouTube
ESFJ: Anime
ISFJ: How to… What to… What caused…
ISFP: About mountains, hiking, landscape, and nature
ISTJ: Music
ISTP: Cinematic-like music or dragon ball related videos.
ENFJ: Anything horror
ENFP: Funny stuff or Amazing Facts
INFJ: I usually search for Seohyun of Girl’s Generation because shes’s my ideal type of girl and I search for songs i love
INFP: Stephen Colbert, MBTI, Tedtalks, chastity talks, japanese stuff
ENTP: Science. Arts.
INTJ: KPOP related
INTP: Anything that will caught my attention and interest

If you had a website, what would it be about
ESFJ: Influence the people to read the Bible
ISFJ: About religion because the Bible is the ultimate learning tool, motherhood, parenthood, and being a good person
ISFP: Photography
ISTJ: For my future company
ISTP: It’d be about my stories whether it be a web comic or online novel.
ENFJ: How to earn money and to get a job
ENFP: My song covers and projects. Or a language tutorial
INFJ: My website would be about taking care of the planet and animals..
INFP: Culture and self exploration smile emoticon
ENTJ: My characters I made.
ENTP: DIY clips, cooking, baking, gardening, music and science wonders
INTJ: Me travelling. Lots of pictures and experience
INTP: I don’t want to have my own website. But I’d love to help the important people in my life to create theirs.