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Keep Clear Of™

Keep Clear Of™ can be difficult, but we all have to do it.

What about those who are the top three dangerous you need to get rid of ideally or manage using methods on this site?

What about those who are just plain fcuking rude?

But what about your neighbours? Yes, Ma and Pa may have different behaviour patterns
but they can range from excellent to unruly to complete fcukwits; or in between.

What about those who are just insipid people pleasers?
Yes, those who end up living according to other people’s values and beliefs rather than their own. This is like trying to fit a square peg into a round hole; they create friction, discord and internal conflict on an industrial scale.
Majik clue: Look at the Feelers first.
There are five categories of Brownnoser™:
Category 1: Conflict Avoider: Goes out of their way to avoid same.
Category 2: Care-taking: Take care of and make sure the other person does not feel uncomfortable.
Category 3: Compliance: Goes along with what other people think, feel and want.
Category 4: Active pleasing: Anticipates what makes other people happy and gives it to them.
Category 5: Merging: Tries to be the same as a partner it does not fit with their own or a special person;
assuming their interests, lifestyle and life path even when it does not fit with their own.
Category 6: Independent. Not a Brownnoser™ at all.

This page contains politically incorrect descriptions.
And politically incorrect advice.
And totally well researched advice as to why you should Keep Clear Of™ or dump alleged friends. You have been warned!

Who is the market leader?

What are emergency tactics? 1. Let the other person self vaporise. 2. Ignore when you can. These two are from an Enhancer - ranked No.1 as the doorslammer.

Should you Keep Clear of™ emotional voyeurism? There are some out there who, under the guise of spiritual formation
or 'sense of community', encourage others to bare their deepest secrets to them.
They look into places in another person's life that they are not qualified to look into,
opening wounds or issues that they are not qualified to deal with and creating an emotional bond
(enmeshment - a relationship between two or more people in which personal boundaries are permeable and unclear).
This is unhealthy and creates a spiritual or some kind of dependency on them.

Conducted and composed by Modern Maven Elizabeth Hunter™ - Last Update February 4, 2024

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1. Can it be the Director - ESTJ?

The Director is the Border Collie

This pattern's low moral version™: The evil ballet teacher who drives children to eating disorders.

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Executive Slavemaster Turned Jingoist.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Director is on display when the following scenario emerges.
How do you feel about long lectures with "rug rat" and "mate" thrown into the lesson like sprinkles? Ever daydreamed about being retrained on how to do literally every task that you have ever done? If you are not looking to enhance your capacity to (insert productive ability here), Elizabeth Hunter™ suggests that you run the other way. The Director cannot help but command every room they walk into and work to “improve” the people in it. You might innocently enter a fast-food restaurant with your new friend intending to order some fries and instead watch them naturally slip into the role of pseudo-manager. Somebody has to get the place in top condition, right? You will soon notice how incredibly humble the Director is (not). They throw out phrases like, “I don’t think I have any weaknesses” and “I don’t think you know what you’re doing” without admonishing. They admit that they think, not that they know. So down to earth (not).

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person's application for crucifixion will be granted. They become annoyed and extremely frustrated when they encounter incompetence and sometimes have an extremely hard time keeping quiet about it.
They often speak up when someone does not do their job properly and want to make it known that they are not happy in no uncertain terms.
They work hard to be the best at whatever they do and always try to prepare for any challenges.
When others cannot seem to get it together, they often sees this as laziness. Any kind of inefficiency leaves the them feeling extremely frustrated and they will likely want to scold this person in one way or another.

Stickybeak Propensity™: Sometimes. Can seem like stickybeaks occasionally simply because they want to become valuable members of their community. They often become interested in the people around them and want to learn what makes them tick. They can also be competitive people which is why they can be a bit curious about the people who are, in some cases, indeed the competition. This can make them seem like stickybeaks at times but they are often extremely good at getting the information they need. They seem to know who is up whom for the rent. The Director can therefore be a good source of information when playing office politics.

What this pattern fights against: Disorder.

They believe that the best way to accomplish their goals is to create a sequence and structure for everything in their world. They take care of people by getting life under control, managing logistics and creating plans that ensure goals are met in a timely way. They can take a chaotic situation and make it manageable by breaking it down into simple steps and putting everything in the appropriate place.

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask controversial questions (ranked 2 of the 9 who tend to do this) and makes the first move (ranked 1 of the 11 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 1/16 - Rudest.
☹ Despite a huge number of strengths, politeness is not necessarily one of them!
☹ A tendency to be perfectionists and workaholics can come across as more than a little intense.
☹ Can also be judgmental of others who do not follow their beliefs and methods and can come across as narrow-minded.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ Very outgoing and friendly who enjoy being able to feel like they are a member of the community.
☛ They will often do what they can to approach and get to know their neighbours.
☛ Also want to be able to take pride in the appearance of their home and work hard to keep it maintained.
☛ They want to feel a sense of leadership in their community and might take on that role with the neighbours.
☛ Want to feel connected to the people around them; making them friendly and social neighbours.

As the Brownnoser™:

☛ Category 6: Independent. Not a Brownnoser™ at all.

☛ They certainly want to impress their loved ones and work hard to ensure that their needs are met. While they can possess some Brownnoser™ tendencies they are more than capable of saying “no”. If they feels as if they are being taken advantage of, they will take command of a situation. They will not compromise their own needs just to ensure that someone else gets what they want. They have certain boundaries when it comes to their relationships, since they want to avoid becoming a doormat to someone else.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects):

☛ 6/16.

☛ Known for being practical, efficient and assertive. They are also natural-born leaders who like to take charge. While these qualities can be positive, they can also be negative when taken to the extreme. This can be seen as being autocratic, dictatorial and inflexible. They can also be insensitive and unemotional. They often have a strong need for control (my way or the highway) and they can be manipulative and domineering. They are always working hard toward their goals and they will stop at nothing to get there.

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

They will have the latest car, spotless etc. Watch out if your wheelie bin is at 91.00569 degrees angle from the kerb. You will be admonished.
If your one leaf blows onto their lawn, you are asking to have the matter heard by QCAT, VCAT etc. If you are a contractor, expect to be asked for a discount over trivial matters.
Advice: Keep your distance. Wave, but do not get involved.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

The Agent. But Why? Their impracticality, unconcern with the real world and deep concern for people’s feelings (and even the feelings of inanimate objects), would do nothing but piss the Director off totally.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Background Best Friend. But an over critical manipulator who will drop you when you are considered to be no further use to them any more. They self vaporise.
The Director is often so firmly planted in their original beliefs, as well as their own rightness, that they fail to acknowledge new or conflicting information that would lead to an altered and perhaps truer conclusion. An observed example of this was for one to pontificate over a relative's distinguished military service. When that relative does not appear in the searches it is evidence of being dishonest in a kind of "the ends justify the means" sort of way. This Director is delusional. And yet they cannot tolerate liars!

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2. Can it be the Developer - ENTJ?

The Developer is the German Shepherd

This pattern's low moral version™: The standard dictator.

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Expectedly Narcissistic Tyrant Jackass.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Developer is on display when the following scenario emerges.
If you do not want to hear someone talk about how they could make 50 billion a year, but need 10 billion to get started then Keep Clear Of™ the Developer. They probably invented pyramid schemes and we have to give them credit—they work for the figurehead. They always have their hands in something. By “their hands,” we mean everyone else’s hands which do their grunt work. You can imagine the Developer relaxing on their leather sofa forgetting to eat while they watch soap operas they would never admit to watching unless their lawyer was present. If you expect your friends to help you on the spur of the moment, look elsewhere. This pattern has their calendar booked twelve years in advance. They already know what will be written in their obituary! And yours! Do you really want to know how things end? That’s what we thought.

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person's application for crucifixion will be granted. They can certainly become annoyed when they are around incompetent people and dislike when others cannot handle their jobs.
They can easily see how someone can improve and they often feel like that person simply is not trying hard enough. They will give someone chances to change their ways but, in the end, they can only help someone so much.
They value efficiency and so they do no’t handle incompetent people very well at all. They will likely express their annoyance and attempt to inform this person of how they could improve.

Stickybeak Propensity™: Sometimes. Are not stickbeaks really in most situations and would often prefer to maintain a sense of space. While they like their independence, there are times when they feel the need to learn more about others. This often happens in a business related situation or when they are trying to connect with their community. In these situations it is more about learning than it is about being unnecessarily nosey. They value being able to learn and understand about their surroundings and sometimes this includes the people they are working with; later they can use the information to their advantage.

What this pattern fights against: Mediocrity.

The idea of being normal, average or typical is anathema. They want to achieve incredible things with their life and conquer feats beyond the ordinary. Blazing new trails, reaching higher benchmarks and discovering a deeper sense of meaning in life are the goals. They dream big and you put in the hard work to make these dreams a reality.

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask controversial questions (ranked 8 of the 9 who tend to do this) and makes the first move (ranked 2 of the 11 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 4/16.
☹ Of all the patterns, are arguably the ones who care least about other people’s opinions of them and do not bother to sugarcoats things.
☹ Are decisive, assertive and extremely blunt. Once you realize this is just their way then you will be fine.
☹ But if it is your first time encountering one, you would be forgiven for reading their super dominant persona as impolite.
☹ They can save themselves with their charisma, which helps them win people over, regardless of how impolite they are.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ Are often very friendly and enjoy getting to know the people around them.
☛ They have a way of making their presence known and like being able to get along with everyone.
☛ Also like taking on a leadership role and might become the unofficial head of their community.
☛ They are good at being social and outgoing, which makes it easy for them to get to know their neighbous rather quickly.
☛ They do have times where they might become frustrated if their neighbours are breaking certain rules, or are showing disrespect with their noise levels at night.

As the Brownnoser™:

☛ Category 6: Independent. Not a Brownnoser™ at all.

☛ Generally not a Brownnoser™ as they are commanding and strong people. While they do not focus their energy on making others happy, they do have Brownnoser™ tendencies. They want to make their loved ones proud of them and will sometimes go above and beyond for those people. They might not tend to the emotional needs of those close to them but they will certainly try to take care of their practical needs. They certainly will not compromise their own goals or morals for someone else, but they do seek to please the ones they love.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 3/16.

☛ They are natural-born leaders. They are decisive, assertive and confident. However, when these qualities are taken to the extreme, they can become domineering, bullying and tyrannical. This may be seen by the need to have a deep desire for control and they will stop at nothing to get it. They can be manipulative, self-serving and ruthless. Often 10 steps ahead of everyone else makes them powerful and dangerous enemies to have. Because of these characteristics, lots of this pattern are villains

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

If you overstep the mark, they will be on your doorstep with belligerance blazing.
Advice: Keep the noise down or face the consequences.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

Inspirational but not many more. But Why? Hard to find a specific enemy for this pattern. To some extent, everyone is an enemy to them. People are pawns or obstacles, in extreme cases. As far as the most competent obstacle, or most annoying, the Inspirational can really get in their way with imaginative tactics, slippery arguments and lack of real ambition.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Intense Leader. But capable of belittling, patronizing and manipulating. Will drop you when they have marginalised you and wrecked your career to protect their's. Weak patterns such as the Specialist, Agent, Practitioner and Perfectionist may look up to this pattern as their leader as they are followers.

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3. Can it be the Results - ESTP?

The Results is the Jack Russell Terrier

This pattern's low moral version™: The Donald Trump.

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Egregiously Shallow Thot Persona.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Results is on display when the following scenario emerges.
If you find one of these creatures in the wild, prepare for trouble: the Results likes you have you scared. They will do their utmost to convince you everything dangerous equates to “fun” rather than “massive hospital bill.” Do not be fooled. You are going to need about five energy drinks to keep up with these people and that’s where the heart attack starts. They count their broken bones like gold medals and will expect you to do so as well. They do not think much about the future and you certainly will not have one if you spend much time around them. It seems easy enough to avoid every person you find fist-fighting in the parking area (a common recreational activity of the Results), but they know how to reel people in with an easygoing smile. Stay vigilant against such charms! If you are not careful, you will be explaining to the authorities that your friend was simply jumping their truck over a crowd of people to “test the shocks.” And that, yes, the decapitations resulting from the “adventure” as well as the Results' unfiltered action that was so cool and was unplanned. Much like their entire life.

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person's application for crucifixion will be granted. They definitely value efficiency and can actually become extremely annoyed with people who are incompetent. In most cases they try to keep to themselves, but will eventually reach a breaking point.
If someone is spilling their incompetent behaviour into the life or work of the Results they will certainly snap. They can be very short-tempered when someone continues to fail at their job and will likely make their annoyance abundantly clear to this individual maybe in a way that the whole office can hear..

Stickybeak Propensity™: Sometimes. They are complex people and, at times, can appear like stickybeaks. While they do enjoy having their independence and want to give others space, there are times when they become overly invested. When they care about someone they can become truly attached and might want to learn everything they can about them. When this happens they can seem like a busybody trying to learn about that person and everyone they are connected to.

What this pattern fights against: Fatalism.

They believe that everyone is in control of their own life and decisions. They thrive when they can take action to improve their own life or the lives of others. Energetic, pragmatic and realistic – they believe in keeping a level head and not letting superstitions, petty problems or “little things” get in the way of living life to the fullest.

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask controversial questions (ranked 5 of the 9 who tend to do this) and makes the first move (ranked equal 5 of the 11 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 8/16.
☹ Quick, charismatic and a little chaotic, they are one of the most dynamic and bold patterns.
☹ They are not afraid to get straight to the point. They value directness in their communication and this can sometimes come off as impolite.
☹ However, if you can get into the groove of their way and keep up with their fast-paced lifestyle, you may forgive their impoliteness because you may be carried away by their playful, infectious personality.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ Are somewhat private people but they do try and become friendly with their neighbours.
☛ They want to feel connected with the people around them and also believe it is important to make friends.
☛ They feel more comfortable if they know the people they live near and enjoy being able to become friendly with them.
☛ They may not want to feel obligated to follow any certain set of rules though and dislike being told what to do.
☛ Can become frustrated if their neighbous are not respectful or make a lot of noise late at night.

As the Brownnoser™:

☛ Category 4: Active pleasing: Anticipates what makes other people happy and gives it to them.

☛ They definitely have a Brownnoser™ mentality since they want to be liked by others. They will definitely prioritize their own needs though and do not want to be taken advantage of. When it comes to their loved ones they will strive to impress them and ensure that they are proud of them. They will work hard to please others and want to do whatever it takes to make those people appreciate them and even admire them.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 9/16. That seems a bit low to Oxor™

☛ They are known for being outgoing, active and charming. But they do have the potential to be dangerous. They are often impulsive and they can be careless about the consequences of their actions. They are also known for being competitive and they can be ruthless in their pursuit of success. They can use these qualities to manipulate and control others. They can be callous, insensitive and selfish. This makes them dangerous to both themselves and those around them,

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

They will be okay at first but the trouble will start if you have an issue such as obtaining quotations for a new dividing fence.
Advice: Keep the noise down. If you do not, they will put he hose on you or call the cops or both.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

None specific. But Why? The Results ticks other people off, but pretty much gets along with everyone. But anyone who restricts their freedom had better watch out.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Spark. Not the most reliable of friends. But capable of belittling, patronizing and manipulating. You risk being run over by the bulldozer so they get what they want. They never look back at your crumpled body. They approach sport in the same way.

I have rated the seemingly daredevil Results as the second most dangerous pattern so they must be on your list to keep clear of. They can be the risk taking party animals. They are outgoing, spontaneous and love to live in the moment. They are also the type most likely to take risks of any kind – and that can make them dangerous. Here are 5 reasons why the Results is ranked No. 2:
1. They are super impulsive. They are always up for a challenge and they are not afraid to take big risks. This can lead them into dangerous situations – such as driving while intoxicated, driving too fastor playing with fireworks.
2. They are masters of persuasion and can talk their way into (or out of) just about anything. This can be handy when they are trying to get a date or get a promotion at work. But it can also be dangerous if they enjoy trying to talk their way into something illegal or dangerous.
3. They are daredevils who love nothing more than a good challenge, which means that they are often up for anything – no matter how risky it may be. This can lead them to partake in dangerous activities, like skydiving or street racing.
4. They are naturally charming and have a way of winning people over – even if they are not always being sincere. This can be dangerous if they’ are trying to manipulate someone or get them to do something they would not normally do.
5. They are natural leaders and are often the ones in charge – whether it is a group project at work or a group of friends on a night out. This can be dangerous if they are not careful, as they may end up leading other people into danger.
If you know a Results, be careful – they may be more dangerous than they seem. And if you are a Results, be sure to use your powers for good and not for not evil although you will not take my advice.

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4. Can it be the Inspirational - ENTP?

The Inspirational is the Bull Terrier

This pattern's low moral version™: The larger scale / more outlandish version of the Perfectionist. Laughs hysterically at cruelty.

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Exceedingly Noisy Toking Philosopher.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Inspirational is on display when the following scenario emerges.
If you do not want to be around someone who could be a god but accomplishes nothing but trolling, then you had better keep a massive geographical barrier between you and them. This is because the Inspirational can find anything, except for the motivation necessary to accomplish what they should actually be doing. On the topic of responsibility, it should be noted that these creatures have no sense of it. The Inspirational comes with a homing beacon for lost souls and degenerates. They cannot help but snigger with others about how terrible society is without lifting a finger to change it. Not unless changing it includes intergalactic travel or a sushi buffet. Be wary of these ones. They speak with hints of wonder and megalomania. Stick around too long and you may find yourself in outer space.

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person may well get away with it. They realize that mistakes are an important part of learning and growing and are not going to judge others for a few errors.
While they do not like to place judgement, they will likely notice other people’s incompetence. They can often see where that person is making mistakes and will recognize ways that they could easily improve. In some cases they will attempt to teach and inform that person, especially if they think it will help. In others situations they might just attempt to make light of it, by making a joke of the situation entirely.

Stickybeak Propensity™: Sometimes. Are not really stickybeaks but they are extremely curious people. They are not interested in gossip or unnecessary drama but, at the same time, enjoy being able to learn about their surroundings and sometimes this includes people. They simply want to understand more about how people operate, especially when it comes to their loved ones. They express this curiosity by pushing buttons and crossing certain boundaries which can seem a bit like they are meddling.

What this pattern fights against: Limiting Beliefs.

Rules, limits and barriers are meant to be broken to them. They hate seeing people stifle their natural curiosity in order to adhere to an authority structure or system that is logically flawed. In their mind, everything should be questioned and analyzed. The search for truth and alternatives will always be a crucial component in their way of life.

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask controversial questions (ranked 1 of the 9 who tend to do this) and makes the first move (ranked equal 5 of the 11 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 10/16.
☹ Are easy going and adaptable. Criticism just bounces off them like water off a duck's back.
This means that ENTPs are rarely impolite deliberately.
On the other hand, they also have a natural stubbornness where they can come across as being impolite in some circumstances, especially if you try to challenge them when they are quite rude.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ Often friendly and sociable.
☛ They will do what they can to get to know the people living near them, even if it is just out of respect.
☛ Might well not go out of their way to approach their neighbours but they will certainly greet them when they walk by one another.
☛ They try to have a certain level of respect for people but ultimately prefer to have their own freedom.
☛ They do not want people trying to hold them back, especially their neighbours.
☛ They will try to charm people into letting them do whatever they please, which sometimes helps with the people living close to them and sometimes does the reverse.

As the Brownnoser™:

☛ Category 6: Independent. Not a Brownnoser™ at all.

☛ They definitely do not have a Brownnoser™ mentality and prefer to have a sense of independence. They certainly care for their loved ones and will do what they can to make them happy. They are not going to focus all of their energy on trying to please someone else when they do not expect that from others. They prefer to have that sense of space and want to be able to take care of their own needs. They are capable of saying “no” when it is important and will not push aside their own needs in order to please someone else.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 4/16. That seems a bit low to Oxor™

☛ They are known for being charming, quick-witted and intelligent. They are also natural debaters and love to play devil’s advocate, which can also mean arguing just for the sake of it. They can use these debating skills to manipulate and control others. They can be callous, insensitive and selfish. They are also known for being risk-takers, living on the edge, which can lead them down a dangerous path if they are not careful. Never trust an Inspirational.

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

They will okay at first but will try to debate and manipulate you if they cannot get their way over their dog barking, or similar.
They will park in the 'No Standing' zone near your place, arguing that the Council does not have the power to enforce fines.
At the Owners Cprporation, they think that, as an owner, they can do anything on the common property. They may mow the grass and then they think that entitles them to store their junk on the common property.
Advice: Just wave at them.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

The Objective Thinker and Practitioner. But Why? Objective Thinkers because they are not quick thinkers, are very slow to understand and appreciate the Inspirational's outside the box thinking and always insist on doing things the right way, or being thorough, which the lightning fast Inspirational really hates. The weak Practitioner who will not argue and merely stand on their quirky, personal principles, incapable of compartmentalizing for the greater good, also really pisses off the Inspirational completely.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Chameleon. Can lie and offer up fake feelings. Uses debate and manipulation to compliment sneakiness. Only interact on an as needed basis unless you like this.
In a relationship, they want to have the last word. Will not go well with the Practitioner, Objective Thinker, Appraiser and Specialist.

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5. Can it be the Persuader - ENFJ?

The Persuader is the Boxer

This pattern's low moral version™: The one with some similarity to the Investigator, but way more charismatic and likely to burn out sooner. Probably more of a cult leader.

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Endlessly Needy Fairness Judge.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Persuader is on display when the following scenario emerges.
Is someone telling you to “manifest your best life” every two seconds? Congratulations. You found a Persuader. They do that. Although these types are particularly easy to spot. There are usually 50 or so people following them around making sure their royal robes do not hit the ground. They cannot help but collect people like trinkets. They make sure they have a doctor, a lawyer and an assassin in their pockets for when the need arrives. The need always does. The Persuader has an innate ability to entice people into action. They basically invented “the Kool-Aid,” so unless you want to turn down every drink someone sends your way, we would not recommend befriending them.

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person may well get interference before an icy blast. They can certainly become frustrated with incompetence and in some situations, want to take charge in order to solve the problem at hand.
They are compassionate and understanding people who try to be patient with others when they are struggling.
Where they will become angry is when someone is both incompetent and also rude about it at the same time. They want things to get done smoothly, especially since they are sometimes perfectionists themselves.
They often become annoyed with someone who is being incompetent and blaming others for it and will step in and give them a piece of their mind.

Stickybeak Propensity™: Always. The market leader. They can definitely be stickybeaks at most times but this often comes from a place of caring. They simply are connected to people and want to do whatever they can to make others happy. Sometimes, the only way they can really make a difference in the lives of others is to be a bit nosey. In order to help, they need all of the information which sometimes requires them appearing like a stickybeak or a nosey parker; upping the ante by demonstrating an overly inquisitive or prying nature. They do this because they care and do not want to be left out of pertinent information which could help them really make a difference for their loved ones. Or just because they want to pry. They will be in attendance at the open house, with no intention of buying, just more interested in what type of kitchen that the home owner has. The Persuader can be very annoying to some other patterns due to emotional voyeurism - people watching and eavesdropping. This is suddenly more intriguing when they are not directly involved. They are the masters of interfering in other people's business.

What this pattern fights against: Suppression.

They crave a world where people are free to express their values, beliefs and needs without fear of reprisal or persecution. People of this pattern are often seen speaking up in defence of those they feel have been wronged. They want a transparent, authentic connection with their colleagues, friends and families and hate feeling that anyone is being stifled or bullied when presenting their experiences or opinions. The Social Justice Warrior - Click Here

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask respectful questions (ranked 2 of the 7 who tend to do this) and makes the first move (ranked 4 of the 11 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 9/16.
☹ Known for their optimism and upbeat personality, are known for being fun to be around.
☹ They are very aware of the needs of others, interfere always but this makes them naturally polite.
☹ Where their politeness slips it is when they are in a rush, which is often.
☹ They tend to take on lots of activities and responsibilities so they can get overwhelmed.
☹ You might find that they are often running late or hurrying past you without holding the door, or even forgetting your name.
☹ It appears that deep down they do not mean anything by it. They will do their best to be polite when they have less on their mind, which is seldom.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ Are often very courteous and kind neighbours who believe in being a part of their community.
☛ Are always striving to help others and this often occurs with their neighbours as well.
☛ They do not want to live somewhere and go without getting to know the people living close to them.
☛ They will often take the time to make their presence known and connect with their neighbours, whether the neighbour wants that or not.
☛ Without doubt, they are the chatterbox. The Chatterbocks™ - Click Here for more

As the Brownnoser™:

☛ Category 2: Care-taking: Take care of and make sure the other person does not feel uncomfortable.

☛ They are a patron saint of the Brownnoser™ movement with a strong desire to make others happy. Their main goal is to take care of others and they are always working hard to accomplish this. They want to be sure that their loved ones are happy no matter what they have to do in order to make this happen. They hate disappointing people and have a hard time saying “no”. They will often neglect their own needs in order to make sure that their loved ones are happy and cared for. This can overwhelm them after a while, since their Brownnoser™ tendencies can make them feel a bit used.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 7/16.

☛ They are known for being charismatic, compassionate and kind-hearted. Whereas, they can also be self-righteous, manipulative and demanding. They are often natural leaders in causes. However, they can use their charisma and powers of persuasion to get what they want, which might not always be a good thing. They are also known for being very passionate about their beliefs and ideals, which can lead them down a dangerous path if they are not careful.

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

They are certainly the ones to borrow a cup of sugar from or to seek help if you truly need it.
They could very well be a Joey, or similar.
They will knock on your door even when you are fulfilling matrimonial obligations in the boudoir.
They will be at the open house of the neighbour, as mentioned above.
Advice: Can be great but watch out for the propensity to interfere. Give them an inch and they will take a mile. Give them no information, lest you want to be 'captured' because they will pester you until the end of time.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

The Achiever. But Why? The Persuader tends to get along with everybody, but the Achiever’s devil may care attitude may tend to tick them off. People who seem to shirk responsibility, especially responsibility to greater causes (in the Persusders's view), are not popular either.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Facilitator. Can end up being your unofficial and unappointed leader by interfering. The manipulator on steroids. A drama queen also, but not as dramatic as the Counselor. Beware that they take things so personally.
They function through emotion and, when they are disregarded in communication, they can get pretty hurt. They understand more than they should. They tend to read through people's non verbal language and often discover hurtful truths or have the wrong end of the stick completely. They spend a lot of time analysing but sometimes this will prevent them from focussing on the matters at hand; the here and now. They struggle with objective, factual logic - the fact free brigade. Their rental car in Paris is actually powered by a nuclear reactor. This is why it is often difficult for them to make difficult decisions, especially when involving people. This is a managerial weakness. They hate conflict and risk becoming a pushover when people take advantage of their kind nature. They give people too many chances. A trait of a hopeless manager. They believe by default that everyone is good. Even when people make mistakes, they will give them more chances and struggle to remove toxic people from their lives and non performers from their workplace. They can self vaporise.
An occasional dab of inauthenticity can appear due to illusory superiority. They may sometimes find themselves bending the truth or embellishing their own or their family's achievements to maintain an image of success. An observed example of this was a claim from a person who allegedly conducted many events. This required Project Managenment Skills, which later proved to be non-existent. This Persuader is delusional.
They are acutely aware of how they are perceived by others and can slip into the trap of sacrificing their true selves on the altar of external validation.

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6. Can it be the Appraiser - ESFJ

The Appraiser is the Great Dane

This pattern's low moral version™: The ex who hires a private investigator to dig up your dirt and then sends it to important people in your world. Also slashes your tyres.

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Extremely Smothering Facile Juuler.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Appraiser is on display when the following scenario emerges.
If you do not want to be dragged to every public function in a 100 km radius, then stay far away from every human who tries to hug you just barely after learning your name. The Appraiser is lethal. They seep into your bloodstream, learn what you like and use those favoured things (cupcakes, WWII dramas, the false hope of a trust fund, etc.) to coax you into every task you never dreamed of doing. The person who invented the term “voluntold” probably had an Appraiser mother who folded their t-shirts into intentionally imperfect squares when she was upset. The Appraiser does not play. Unless you are prepared to gift the snarky kids on the block lemonade spiked with sleeping medication, keep clear of these cooking show enthusiasts.

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person may well get away with it. They definitely become annoyed with incompetent behaviour and might vent about this to their loved ones. While they might feel the need to vent their frustrations, they do not actually want to do anything that migt upset someone. They do not want to be cruel to others, so in most cases they will bite their tongue.
However if the person who is being incompetent is also rude to those around them, then the Achiever will feel differently. When someone is incapable of doing their job but seeks to blame others they will likely feel the need to defend the people around them.

Stickybeak Propensity™: Sometimes. Are truly focussed on caring for their loved ones, which can actually make them seem like busybodies on occasions. They are not gossips all the time but they do take an interest in the people around them. Sometimes they need to learn more about certain people in order to help them and better their lives. They often do this in a way that can seem like they are meddling a bit, but it truly comes from a good place. They care deeply for their loved ones and want to do whatever it takes to make them happy. They do have a reputation of 'knowing all the goss'. The Promoter can be very annoying to some other patterns due to emotional voyeurism - people watching and eavesdropping. This is suddenly more intriguing when they are not directly involved.

What this pattern fights against: Chaos.

They are constantly tuned in to the emotional temperature of the room they are in. They are the master of creating emotional equilibrium and a sense of consensus and harmony. They look for things that might cause problems – Does someone need a drink? Does someone seem cold? Does someone seem left out? And they try to find ways to smooth the rough edges of life for the people you love.

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask respectful questions (ranked 1 of the 7 who tend to do this) and makes the first move (ranked 11 of the 11 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 13/16 - Most polite.
☹ This pattern can can usually be recognized by their big hearts and kindly manner.
☹ They are warm and welcoming and their love of tradition means they highly value good old-fashioned manners.
☹ This pattern embodies the politeness of the past, always keeping the utmost respect for social rules.
☹ They behave in exactly the way that is expected for every situation, making them the most polite of the 16.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ Are friendly and social people and this often translates into how they behave as neighbours by being both respectful and kind.
☛ They will do what they can to get to know the people living close to them and might even host a party or two in the neighbourhood.
☛ They want to be able to connect with people and love feeling close to their community.
☛ Their number one priority is their loved ones though and this will rank above their neighbourly feelings.

As the Brownnoser™:

☛ Category 2: Care-taking: Take care of and make sure the other person does not feel uncomfortable.

☛ They are major members of the Brownnoser™ fraternity who are always trying to ensure that their loved ones are taken care of. They will have a very hard time saying “no” to someone they truly love. They want to do whatever it takes to make the people close to them as happy as they possibly can. They will often neglect their own needs and happiness just to make sure someone else it taken care of. They will go above and beyond to please others and can sometimes push aside their own needs.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 10/16.

☛ They not typically dangerous. They are known for being helpful, compassionate and outgoing. However, they can be smothering, overbearing and manipulative. In their quest to be needed, they can often take on too much and they can become over-involved in other people’s lives. This can lead to conflict and even heartbreak. They are also known for being very emotional. When this quality is taken to the extreme, it can make them unstable and even volatile.

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

They will want all the neighbourhood gossip.
Advice: Keep your mouth shut if you want to hide with whom you slept with last night. Realistically, all should be okay.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

The Enhancer. But Why? The Enhancer seems cold, heartless and too dark, everything that the people and comfort loving Appraiser dislikes. It does not help that, despite their shared Judging, the Enhancer does not respect other people’s rules much. Plus, their death stare can really kill a mood.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Giver. Thoughtful. Can be a constant victim. Are very popular friends.
An occasional dab of inauthenticity can appear due to illusory superiority. They may sometimes find themselves bending the truth or embellishing their own or their family's achievements to maintain an image of success. They are acutely aware of how they are perceived by others and can slip into the trap of sacrificing their true selves on the altar of external validation. Did you actually achieve all that at work?

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7. Can it be the Promoter - ENFP?

The Promoter is the Golden Retriever

This pattern's low moral version™: The ex who burns down your home (and half the neighbourhood by accident).

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Effusive Ne'er-do-well Forgoing Pragmatism.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Promoter is on display when the following scenario emerges.
Don’t you want to invest in a bounce house and a lifetime supply of band-aids? It will literally be impossible to be friends with a Promoter. They are like flies zooming straight towards fly traps. Traps they could have avoided if only they had not dissociated from their body; again. Flies seem likes the perfect metaphor for the Promoter given how they seem to wind up zooming through every random possibility in life in a mere five minutes. They are scattered, they will jump on a plane without more than an hours’ notice and they will even attempt to jump off a roof “just to see what happens.” If you befriend a Promoter, you are basically going to be caught in an infinity-long conversation with a cake pop. Sure, they look delicious, but you cannot enjoy the meal when it jabbers on at 50 kph without taking a breath. And is that how you want to spend your time? Chatting with a dessert about everything from global warming to why wearing mismatched socks is preferable? We did not think so.

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person may well get away with it. They are moral people who also believe in giving others a chance to figure out their own path in life. They do not often judge people for their incompetence and understand that making mistakes is how people often learn.
As a poor manager, they do not like being too hard on others and will try to show their support when others are struggling.
They can actually become annoyed with people who constantly point out the mistakes that others make, especially in a work setting. They really only become annoyed with incompetence when it is tied to someone also behaving cruelly towards those around them.

Stickybeak Propensity™: Always. They think that they are not and the research indicates thet they prefer to mind their own business. They are more focussed on their loved ones and connecting with them on a personal level. They, however, are definitely curious about others but they do not seek out information in a gossipy manner although that may not be the conclusion of the questionee. They simply express their interested in an open and sincere way and are naturally good at getting people to open up. This why they can appear to be the stickybeak at times, especially since they are highly interested in their loved ones. It is more about showing that they want to understand the people in their lives. That backfires massively with the Disc patterns who do not want to 'open up'. If you confide in a Promoter, you may as well put it on Tic Tok.

What this pattern fights against: Limits of Imagination.

They fight for the shimmering sense of the possible, the potential and the as-yet-never-discovered. They want to explore new theories, broaden their understanding of the world and break free from rules and traditions that might get in the way of freedom, justice and exploration. They want to fight against restrictions that hamper people’s ability to learn, grow and progress in life. They want to wander the road less travelled and find their own unique path. The Social Justice Warrior - Click Here

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask controversial questions (ranked 9 of the 9 who tend to do this) and makes the first move (ranked equal 5 of the 11 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 6/16.
☹ Talkative and a bit self-absorbed, they are not always the most polite pattern.
☹ Have an annoying tendency to talk about themselves a lot and they are not great listeners.
☹ They can also take things to heart quickly, building up resentment towards people who they think have done them wrong.
☹ This pattern is fun and their energy is electric but they are definitely not winning awards for being the most polite.
☹ Can self vaporise and also be the most toxic.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ Are often friendly and sociable making connections with whomever they can.
☛ They like to make the people around them enjoy their presence and do not want to be viewed as rude or standoffish.
☛ Are usually very outgoing and charming people which makes them well-liked by their neighbors.
☛ They certainly do not mind helping out others, especially if they are asked nicely. ☛ They enjoy being courteous people and want to be sure that their neighbours actually like having them around.
☛ They might have moments of making a bit too much noise, but this is not intentional at all.
☛ They simply soak up the moment and want to be enthusiastic without feeling restrained.

As the Brownnoser™:

☛ Category 2: Care-taking: Take care of and make sure the other person does not feel uncomfortable.

☛ They want to make people happy and enjoy being liked by everyone. This desire to be liked can cause them to develop Brownnoser™ qualities. They do not want to disappoint their loved ones and will work hard to make them proud. While they can be a Brownnoser™ they have certain boundaries that can push them over the edge. They will not compromise their morals or their character in order to please someone else. They will make sure their own needs are met and will not let someone take advantage of them.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 16/16. Oxor™ disagrees with this as they are so unreliable.

☛ They are the least dangerous personality type. Enthusiastic, optimistic and energetic, they are typically seen as harmless. They are often too busy living in their own world to bother plotting harm against others. While they can be scattered, impulsive and a little irresponsible, they are not usually dangerous. The only time they might become dangerous is if their idealism leads them down a dark path. Otherwise, they are typically gentle and harmless souls. Except they can turn 200% toxic.

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

They would be well advised to invite their neighbours to the noisy party to minimise the chance of complaints from those next door.
Their car and yard will be a mess and inside the house a total disaster as they are 'too busy' to tidy up.
Advice: Tread carefully. Never, ever, lend them anything - money, tools, lawnmower etc. unless you treat each as donations as they never reciprocate and it is nigh on impossible to ever get that paint sprayer back.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

The Objective Thinker. But Why? The Promoter's natural enemy as they are representative of the rules, rigidity, unimaginativeness and stifled creativity is every Promoter's monster in the closet. The Promoter finds the Objective Thinker way too boring.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Brainstormer. So much here not to like. Will self vaporise when you are no further use. Can belittle, patronize, tell lies, show fake feelings, be the constant victim, never ever recipricate, are unreliable, never finish anything and can be 200% evil. The true drama queen. Can self vaporise. I will never befriend a Promoter, ever again!

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8. Can it be the Counselor - ESFP

The Counselor is the Poodle

This pattern's low moral version™: The one who integrates prostitutes in celebrity circles.

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Employs Snapchat Filters Pretentiously.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Counselor is on display when the following scenario emerges.
Have you come across someone with just as much personality as they have flexes? You have likely discovered a Counselor. Their pattern will be confirmed if you look away for two seconds and they turn to dust. They perish without proper attention. If you are worried already, then you should be. They expect competition and jealousy from their friends. If you slip up, they will seduce your entire family and take them all to the neighbourhood party at the same time just because they can. Are you down for getting matching butterfly tattoos on a whim? We hope that you are prepared because they never are. Do not be surprised if they burn every off-brand item you own and toss you onto the heap for good measure. They might reconsider making you the star on that tree if you explain to them why they cannot take a selfie in jail beforehand.

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person may well get away with it at the start and then turn nasty. They can certainly let incompetence slide, especially with people they like sincerely. They do not feel the need to harp on the mistakes of others and would rather move on past them.
When the Counselor feels as if someone is mistreating them due to their incompetence that is an entirely different story. In these situations, they can go from sweet and friendly, to being rather annoyed and even angry.

Stickybeak Propensity™: Can be. They care about others and are naturally very curious about the people in their lives. Sometimes they can appear like stickybeaks since they can occasionally meddle. This is simply because they live so much in the present moment and want to explore the lives of those around them. They care about others and their curiosity can take over.

What this pattern fights against: Monotony.

They believe that mundane and repetitive things can take the zest and meaning out of life. They give remarkable experiences to people as reminders of why we are all alive. They help us to remember that life is filled with adventure, beauty and breathtaking moments. They fight to keep new experiences, sights, sounds, and wonders alive.

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask respectful questions (ranked 7 of the 7 who tend to do this) and makes the first move (ranked 3 of the 11 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 12/16.
☹ At the top of the list of priorities is making sure they and everyone around them is having a good time.
☹ This fun-loving pattern loves surrounding themselves with positivity and enthusiasm so they can usually be relied on to be polite and convivial.
☹ The only time the politeness might slip is when they get bored, which can happen easily.
☹ Then you might find yourself dropped like a ton of bricks as they go in search of a new source of entertainment, which is just plain rude.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ Are friendly and outgoing people who strive to get to know their neighbours.
☛ They can be a bit of a show off in order to try and impress everyone around them.
☛ They definitely care what people think of them and want to be perceived in what they think is the proper way.
☛ They enjoy being friends with everyone and want their neighbours to like having them around.
☛ They are the natural entertainers, making them friendly and likable people to be around.
☛ They will certainly try to be courteous of their neighbours, but sometimes their desire to live in the moment can affect this.

As the Brownnoser™:

☛ Category 2: Care-taking: Take care of and make sure the other person does not feel uncomfortable.

☛ They are definitely members of the Brownnoser™ community, especially with the individuals they want to impress the most. They have a hard time saying “no” to people for whom they care deeply. They often have a squeaky wheel mentality and will tend to the ones who complain the most. They are a Brownnoser™ who enjoys impressing others as much as they can. While they might not tend to the practical needs of those around them they will work hard to make other people smile and keep them entertained.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 13/16.

☛ They are known for being fun-loving, outgoing and charming. They love to be the centre of attention and they are usually not interested in anything too serious. On occasions, they can be impulsive and they base their decisions on their emotions. This can lead them to make some reckless decisions that could put themselves or others in danger. However, most are not dangerous and they are usually just looking for a good time.

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

The nighmare has just moved into the retirement village.
Advice: Totally not the introvert's cup of tea. (i.e. Patterns 9-16.) Inviting them once may be starting something that you cannot stop.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

The Objective Thinker. But Why? The Counselor is the party amimal and is the happiest when they are having fun, letting go and getting others to let go. A controlling and in control Objevtive Thinker is an abominable stick in the mud to them.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Party Animal. Can belittle, be patronizing and be the constant victim. An ultimate drama queen.

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9. Can it be the Specialist - ISFP

The Specialist is the Saint Bernard

This pattern's low moral version™: The ex who writes angry songs calling you out by name and telling the world what you did.

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Impractical Snowflake Feigning Pridefulness.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Specialist is on display when the following scenario emerges.
Did you find someone who just so happens to look better than your entire family line in their wedding photos? That is a Specialist. They are dangerous. One moment, you will be listening to them talk about how music changed their life and the next they will be stomping on the brakes to prevent “an innocent bee” from perishing against the windscreen. If you plan to allow them into your home when they are having a good day, then do not. Your white walls will be replaced by tie-dye designs complete with wide-eyed animals and inspirational quotes. If you plan to allow them into your home when they are having a bad day, seriously you must not. Your white walls will be covered in perfectly replicated Mona Lisa paintings with death metal lyrics across her face made to look like moustaches. Go ahead. Ask the Specialist what is wrong and they will not tell you. They cannot say “I feel sad because…” to save their lives, but they can redecorate an entire town full of buildings so we all know that something is wrong.

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person will get away with this hopeless manager. They are free spirits who enjoy being able to do things on their own. They do not like to judge others for their mistakes and are rarely affected by incompetence.
In most cases they will try to let it roll off their shoulders without become annoyed by the inefficiency of others. They do not value constantly being efficient and would rather see people trying their best and following their hearts.
For the Specialist it is nott about someone’s abilities but rather who they are as a person.

Stickybeak Propensity™: Sometimes. This is because they are highly interested in people. They enjoy learning more about those around them and sometimes this means prying a little bit. They do not like to cross boundaries, but they do not always realize they are doing this, but they definitely are.

What this pattern fights against: Pretentiousness.

They believe in accepting and owning up to what is real in themselves and the world around them. Phony, ostentatious behaviour is extremely irritating. They crave a world where people see things for what they are and strive to be the best versions of themselves. Arrogance, classism and prejudice are all things that they seek to root out of their environment.

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask respectful questions (ranked 3 of the 7 who tend to do this) and waits for them (ranked 3 of the 5 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 14/16.
☹ Are spontaneous and creative, always seeking beauty in their surroundings.
☹ They tend to be quiet and respectful, with a strong moral compass that sees them behave in a way that is polite in most scenarios.
☹ This pattern can sometimes be too polite, however, to their own detriment. In their attempts to avoid conflict at all costs, they will often submit to the ideas and interests of others which can put them in uncomfortable situations.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ The neighbour who is often kind but very private.
☛ They might not be the type of person to get to know their neighbours and prefer to keep to themselves.
☛ As introverts, they enjoy being able to spend plenty of time alone.
☛ They need space and independence in order to feel at ease with themselves.
☛ They certainly do not want to feel smothered by the people around them and do best if they can be free to make their own choices.
☛ Having this desire to do their own think, it causes angst when they feel that their neighbours are butting into their business.

As the Brownnoser™:

☛ Category 2: Care-taking: Take care of and make sure the other person does not feel uncomfortable.

☛ They are independent people who try to keep to themselves most of the time. However, while they do not want to compromise their morals or who they are, they can sometimes be a Brownnoser™. They have certain boundaries but for the most part they will strive to make their loved ones happy. They want to please those closest to them and feel bad if they cannot impress them. They simply want their loved ones to appreciate their efforts and care deeply what they think.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 8/16.

☛ They are known for being creative, spontaneous and passionate. However, spectrum, they can also be impulsive, reckless and self-destructive. They often live in the moment and they can be careless about the future. This can lead them into dangerous situations for which they are not prepared. They are also known for being oversensitive and emotional. When these qualities are taken to the extreme, they can become unstable and even violent.

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

They will just do their own, quiet thing.
Advice: Leave them alone. They will cause no trouble. The extraverts (Patterns 1-8) should take notice and piss off.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

The Director and Developer. But Why? ESTJs. The complete practicality and goal-oriented and organized mindset of the Director, with room for little else, is awful to the Specialist. A small part of the Developer may be able to appreciate the Specialist's art on a very deep level, so all would probably be forgiven.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Mystery. Can just vanish in and out on you. Can also belittle, be patronizing and be the constant victim.

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10. Can it be the Investigator - INFJ?

The Investigator is the Greyhound

This pattern's low moral version™: The violent revolutionary ideologue. (Hitler).

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Insufferable Namby-pamby Forcing Justice.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Investigator is on display when the following scenario emerges.
If you do not want to succumb to the void and forget who you are? Then turn back if you can. The Investigator has a strong gravitational pull that grips onto your aura and drags you to the underworld. Stay alert with these ones. One moment you will be mentioning how nice your life is and the next you will be overcome by the fact that you have never really been happy and no one has ever really understood you. They have that effect on people. They point out the truths no one wants to acknowledge, forgetting that no one wants to acknowledge them for a reason. In short, keep the Investigator off the guest list if you do not want everyone in the immediate vicinity to have an existential crisis. It is just not worth it.

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person will get away with this manager who may not react. They try to be patient with others and can certainly empathize when someone is struggling at their job. They try not to place judgement especially when they can tell that person has a kind heart.
While they do try to be as understanding as possible, there are times when incompetence can certainly get on their nerves. If someone is ordering others around and acting domineering, yet they cannot seem to handle their position, the incompetence will leave the Investigator feeling angry and extremely frustrated with this individual and their behaviour but may struggle to take remedial action.

Stickybeak Propensity™: Always. However, the are some Investigators who do not like to be seen to be the stickybeak type and often try to keep their noses out of other people’s business. On the other hand, there are some Investigators who seem drawn to meddling though simply because they care so much. When they seem to be a stickybeak it is simply because they are trying to figure out the best way to make their loved ones happy. Sometimes getting into the personal business of others is the only way to really help them and they tend to only do this when asked. Or, annoyingly, they can become enthused by the confidence syrup from Dan Murphy's. Most Some are tactless and overstep the mark. Otherwise, they like to give people the space they need. The Investigator can be very annoying to some other patterns due to emotional voyeurism - people watching and eavesdropping. This is suddenly more intriguing when they are not directly involved.

What this pattern fights against: Short-Sightedness.

They spend your life thinking forward, looking at the big picture and finding their place in the grand scheme of things. They do not feel limited by the present moment, but always feel compelled to look to future possibilities. They aim to think outside the bounds of concrete reality to a shimmering, compelling vision of tomorrow. The Social Justice Warrior - Click Here

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask respectful questions (ranked 4 of the 7 who tend to do this) and makes the first move (ranked 8 of the 11 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 15/16.
☹ Thanks to their ability to intuit other people’s emotions, are usually very polite and sensitive.
☹ This pattern tends to be reserved and private so you can expect any exchange with them to be courteous.
☹ They will very rarely let you know what they are thinking, making them extremely polite, especially around strangers, although they can be very tactless, especially after a visit to the Gin Palace.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ Will prefer to keep to themselves most of the time which can make them rather private neighbours.
☛ They likely enjoy having their space and do not want to intrude upon others.
☛ Will be very respectful neighbour, since they understand the need for silence and privacy.
☛ They want to be able to give their neighbours peace, without invading their space nor being rude.
☛ They want the same in return and can become annoyed if they have neighbours who do not respect them or their need for privacy.
☛ They will certainly be helpful when they are needed, even though they might not be the type to draw close to their neighbours, they will pay attention.

As the Brownnoser™:

☛ Category 2: Care-taking: Take care of and make sure the other person does not feel uncomfortable.

☛ They have a strong people pleaser mentality and simply want to make their loved ones happy. They go above and beyond to ensure that the people close to them are cared for. They hate feeling that they have disappointed others and work hard to avoid this. They can sometimes neglect their own needs in order to make sure someone they love is taken care of. This can cause them to become overwhelmed as they need to feel appreciated for their actions. If it goes on too long with them feeling like a doormat, they will eventually reassess and might need to redirect their affection to someone who does appreciate them. The door slam ability.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 2/16. Watch out!

☛ They are highly adept at reading people, which is one of their greatest strengths. However, when used in an undesirable way, this skill can be dangerous. They can use their emotional intelligence to find peoples’ weaknesses and manipulate and control them. They are also very idealistic, but these ideals might not always manifest in a healthy and positive way.

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

They want privacy.
Advice: Leave them alone. They will cause no trouble. The extraverts (Patterns 1-8) should take notice and piss off.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

The Developer but no others, really. But Why? The Investigator does not really have any natural enemies. They tend to love humanity, understand humanity and help humanity. Sometimes, however, the Developer, whose proficiency in forwarding their own interests at the expense of others, can get on their nerves.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Band-Aid. Can belittle, be patronizing and be the constant victim. Ranks No. 2 for doorslamming.
An occasional dab of inauthenticity can appear due to illusory superiority. They may sometimes find themselves bending the truth or embellishing their own or their family's achievements to maintain an image of success. They are acutely aware of how they are perceived by others and can slip into the trap of sacrificing their true selves on the altar of external validation. Did you actually do all that work for the Mormons whan you were in the US?

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11. Can it be the Agent - INFP?

The Agent is the Tibetan Terrier

This pattern's low moral version™: The ex who hides in your bathroom with a knife and your wedding album.

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Inconsolably Negative Friendly Pessimist.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Agent is on display when the following scenario emerges.
If you do not want to raise a whimsical child with klutzy tendencies? Then run from every being that glows of innocence then. This is the Agent. They like to pretend they are helpless when, in reality, they can assess what motivates you at your core instantly and will use that information as they wish. Much like baby vampire bats that seem adorable and completely gentle from a distance; they hide their hungry little fangs. The Agent knows what they are doing. You are the one who does not. Take special care to not have an opinion around one either. They are sure to point our how you are not taking someone into consideration. Do not tell them that you are fumigating your house for zombies. It would not be fair to the zombies.

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person should choose this person if they are the incompetent one. They are understanding people who often realize that others can face difficulties in their jobs. They do not like to place judgement when someone is struggling and realize that there are many sides to a story.
For the Agent, sometimes making mistakes just means they are working towards progress so they try to approach other people’s mistakes in the same way. Do nothing.
Where they will become annoyed is when someone is both incompetent and domineering. If they are in a workplace where the boss is not doing their job properly but blames others for it, they will become extremely frustrated. While they might not speak out at first, eventually they will find holding in their frustration to be rather difficult. But it is with the boss not the worker.

Stickybeak Propensity™: Always. They think they are rarely stickybeaks, simply because they enjoy having their own space. They do not like sticking their nose in others people’s business in most situations and would rather give people a chance to share if they want to. They will not be the ones constantly sticking their nose into the business of strangers and often find people like this to be a bit annoying. When they can appear like a stickybeak, it is only because they are trying to understand someone better. This is when they want to learn about someone new, or who they might be romantically interested in, since they value being able to understand this person. The Agent can be very annoying to some other patterns due to emotional voyeurism - people watching and eavesdropping. This is suddenly more intriguing when they are not directly involved.

What this pattern fights against: Hypocrisy.

They spend their life trying to define their core values, beliefs and personal ethics. They hold their life up to a magnifying glass to make sure that they are living in accordance with their path. They fight for their personal freedoms and the personal freedoms of others. The Social Justice Warrior - Click Here

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask controversial questions (ranked 6 of the 9 who tend to do this) and waits for them (ranked 4 of the 5 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 13/16.
☹ As a compassionate and caring type, they are usually very polite.
☹ They are sensitive to the feelings of others, so they are careful with their wording and how they approach difficult topics.
☹ The only time they let their politeness slip is if they feel their values are being challenged.
☹ In these situations, they can react strongly and will fiercely defend their right to an opinion and can be seen as more value if they piss off, rather than be ranked as rude.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ Are very private and introverted people which can make them shy away from social interaction.
☛ They usually try to be respectful but do not always strive to be openly social.
☛ They will certainly say “hello”, whether prompted or not, but ultimately they enjoy their own space.
☛ They will do what they can to be courteous but will keep to themselves in order to do so.
☛ They simply enjoy having their privacy and space and will give this in return to their neighbours.
☛ They do not simply connect with people out of circumstance and often prefer to choose the people they let into their lives.

As the Brownnoser™:

☛Category 1: Conflict Avoider: Goes out of their way to avoid same.
☛ Category 2: Care-taking: Take care of and make sure the other person does not feel uncomfortable.
☛ Category 3: Compliance: Goes along with what other people think, feel and want.
☛ Category 4: Active pleasing: Anticipates what makes other people happy and gives it to them.
☛ Category 5: Merging: Tries to be the same as a partner it does not fit with their own or a special person; assuming their interests, lifestyle and life path even when it does not fit with their own.

The classic Brownnoser™ with low self-esteem. They definitely care about their loved ones and want to ensure their happiness but they will not compromise themselves in order to do this. They might have moments where they simply want to please others and will have a hard time saying “no” to the people they love deeply. While they can have Brownnoser™ tendencies, ultimately they are not afraid to stand up for themselves. They will not compromise their own morals and needs in order to ensure that someone else is pleased with them. They ultimately will find themselves fighting against someone who takes advantage of their kindness.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 14/16.

☛ They are known for being idealistic, creative and compassionate. While they may seem dreamy and disconnected from the world, they are not typically dangerous. In fact, they are often gentle and kind-hearted. They are known for their idealism and they can be very idealistic to the point of naivety. These ideals taken to the extreme can mean they focus on the wrong things. Provided their views of right and wrong are not warped, they are not very dangerous.

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

An issue here is if the person is lonely; plus this pattern is known to be lazy.
They can appear to be the nosey parker but that is just to find a neighbour to complain to and the lucky neighbour will be the recipient of contant whining.
Never commit to give them a lift, or similar, lest you are volunteering to be the permanent unpaid taxi service.
Advice: Keep your distance. The 'woe is me complainer'. Just wave and keep moving.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

The Director. But Why? The Agent love stories, fantasies, poems, all the impractical beauties of the world. The Director is a complete mood killer with a total lack of empathy pisses the Agent off.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Soul Friend. If that's what you want. They lie, shows fake feelings, are the constant victim. Master perpetual complainer that is never satisfied (the moon disturbs my sleep) and that is complimented by being bone fcuking lazy.

I have rated the seemingly useless Agent as the third most dangerous pattern so they must be on your list to keep clear of. They are gentle and sensitive on the surface, but underneath might be a powder keg about to burst. Unresolved anger and resentment can poison their soul like no other. If this person snaps the outcome is randore is no telling what they would do.
Initially, they may seem like harmless dreamers, but underneath is more than meets the eye. Here are five reasons why the Agent is No. 3 dangerous:
1. They have a dark side. Everyone has a dark side, but they are particularly good at keeping theirs hidden until it is too late. It is not that they are bad people, per se. It is just that they are very good at masking their true nature. And when their dark side does come out, it can be quite a shock to those who thought they knew them well. So if you know an Agent, be warned: there is a definite chance that you are not seeing the whole picture.
2. They hold grudges. They have a strong sense of justice and can hold a grudge for years if they feel like someone has wronged them. That time you stood them up? You might have forgotten about it, but the Agent has not. They can be “injustice collectors” who accumulate a body of personal grievances until one day they lose it and lash out without warning.
3. They are not as harmless as they seem. They may seem like gentle creatures, but do not be fooled – they can be dangerous. If you try to humiliate or assault their self esteem, you may find yourself on the receiving end of some serious emotional distress. They may even hurt others or themselves in an attempt to get revenge. So, next time you are thinking about messing with an Agent's feelings, be warned – you could be unleashing a dangerous animal. Just remember, behind that innocent exterior lies a dangerous creature who is not to be crossed lightly.
4. The Agent has a dangerous ability to always convince themselves that they are correct – even when they are dead wrong. Fact free. It is easy as they live in their own little fantasy world where they make up the rules as they go along. This can make them dangerous in arguments and debates because their truth may not line up with objective reality. They are like the kids who never grew up and are still convinced that Santa is real – except in this case, it is not so cute or harmless. So be careful when engaging with an Agent in a heated discussion – you just might get steamrolled by their convictions.
5. They are self-destructive. They are known for their extreme idealistic convictions, which can often lead them down a destructive path in life. They are prone to making emotional decisions and sacrificing themselves in a martyr-like way. In other words, they are the kind of people who are always chasing after a fantasy. And while there is nothing wrong with having dreams and aspirations, they take it to the next level. They are always searching for something that does not exist, and when they cannot find it, they create it themselves.

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12. Can it be the Achiever - ISTP?

The Achiever is the Bassett Hound

This pattern's low moral version™: The one who walks past the neighbourhood to which the Promoter has set fire. Shrugs, inhales from their vape pen.

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Insensitively Stubborn Technical Pleb.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Achiever is on display when the following scenario emerges.
Unless there is an apocalypse or your oil needs changing, stay away from the Achiever. You might have an easier time avoiding them in public than most patterns, given they generally hate the public. However, if you plan a nice camping trip with friends, you will in all likelihood see an Achiever sharpening their knife in dead silence by the campfire. If you are not interested in the two-sentence autobiography of a serial killer: do not engage. The only time an Achiever speaks up is to explain how to kill something. Otherwise, their closest confidant is their motorcycle.

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person might get away with it but should take into account thatl this person has a foul temper. They are capable people who know how to handle themselves without requesting constant assistance. While they can often figure out how to do their own job competently, they do become a bit annoyed with others who cannot.
In most cases they prefer to handle things themselves and avoid having to deal with others. They would rather avoid people who are incompetent entirely, instead of having to speak up about it to that individual.
If they must though, they are good at being informative in a way that comes across in a rather clear and precise manner

Stickybeak Propensity™: Sometimes. Are complex and, at times, they can appear like stickybeaks. While they enjoy having their independence and want to give others space, there are times when they become overly invested. When they care about someone they can become truly attached, romantically or otherwise, they might want to learn everything they can about them. When this happens, they can seem like a stickybeak trying to learn about that person and everyone they are connected to.

What this pattern fights against: Manipulation.

They believe in skepticism, logical analysis and autonomy. They protect themselves and the ones they love from being fooled or manipulated by others. They believe in discarding all the emotional “clutter” in a problem to figure out what the core truth and facts are. They want their mind unclouded by biases and manipulations so that they can experience true freedom.

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask controversial questions (ranked equal 9 of the 9 who tend to do this) and makes the first move (ranked 7 of the 11 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 7/16.
☹ Known for being adaptable and super practical.
☹ Is often reserved and rules with common sense. They value their personal space hugely which means that they can often push other people away.
☹ While this has a perfectly reasonable motive, for patterns who are not used to it, it can come across as rude.
☹ Has a long fuse but a violent temper.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ Are often reserved and try to be respectful.
☛ They prefer to keep to themselves and require a certain level of space in order to be happy.
☛ They may become frustrated with nosey parker neighbours, since they enjoy having their own privacy.
☛ They will not enjoy living in a neighbourhood that attempts to dictate their choices or how they should present themselves and their home.
☛ They want to be free to do what they please, without feeling monitored by others.

As the Brownnoser™:

☛ Category 6: Independent. Not a Brownnoser™ at all.

☛ They are independent people who truly do not care what others think of them. They are not a Brownnoser™ and prefer to have their own space and time away from others. They are not hyper-focussed on making other people happy and dislike feeling obligated to do so. They simply believe in tending to their own needs and expect other people to do the same. They believe that it is important to let other people handle their own battles in life, unless it is something truly serious that requires their help.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 5/16.

☛ They are known for being independent, resourceful and logical. They are also adept at using their hands and they are often skilled in various forms of combat. They can use these skills to hurt or even kill people. They can be impulsive, violent, bad tempered and destructive. They are also known for being thrill-seekers and they often take risks without thinking about the consequences. This can lead them into dangerous and even life-threatening situations. They are very private and are not overly emotional but, at the extreme end of the spectrum, it means they do not feel any emotions or remorse for their actions.

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

They just want to do their own thing, without interference.
Advice: Keep your distance. Handy if you want anything fixed though. Never knock on their door. Seem to really dislike Persuaders, Promoters and Agents as neighbours.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

The Persuader and Objective Thinker. But Why? The idealism of the Persuader and their lack of organization are really annoying. They believe that the Objective Thinker is almost good but their insistence on sticking to the beaten path to be a fatal flaw.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Team Player. But a reputation to manipulate. Bad temper. Useful to fix things though.

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13. Can it be the Practitioner - ISFJ?

The Practitioner is the Alaskan Malamute

This pattern's low moral version™: The black widow / serial poisoner.

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Inordinately Submissive Female Jam-maker.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Practitioner is on display when the following scenario emerges.
These gremlins are the worst of the bunch. There should be a fire alarm blaring every time they walk into a room because in their minds, there is one. The Practitioner is fairly easy to spot. See a nervous wreck making cookies to stop their shaking? Yes. BINGO. They are notorious for making something edible whenever something little happens that they assume “reeks of death.” The little thing might be chipping their nail and worrying they will scratch someone to bits with its serrated edge. Or, it might be not unplugging their toaster before they leave and knowing a fire will start because of it. Feel like listening to someone shout “oh no!” every few minutes while you are driving, only it has nothing to do with the road? Hard pass, right?

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person will get away with it with the worst manager and leader. Your career as an incompetent individual assured. They definitely do not enjoy being around incompetent behaviour, but they do not want to upset people and do nothing about it. They are less likely to speak out about it and more like to step in and try to assist that person witout bringing up the issue.
They simply do not want to disrupt the harmony in their environment and so they rarely speak out about their frustrations. At the same time they definitely do not appreciate when someone cannot seem to handle their job and often find that it can hold up their own tasks.

Stickybeak Propensity™: Sometimes. Can sometimes seem like a stickybeak simply because they are curious particularly concerning their loved ones. They will take a personal interest in someone they are connected to and this can sometimes seem like meddling. They want to be able to help others and sometimes this requires them to stick their nose into their business in some ways. Sometimes they need to learn about others in order to protect the people they love and this makes them appear like a stickybeaks.

What this pattern fights against: Apathy.

They believe in preserving the meaningful moments and details of life that so many people discard or “grow out of.” As they move through life, they carefully conserve significant experiences and store them their mind – complete with their vivid imagery and emotional resonance. They believe that it is their job to preserve these moments and keep them alive (by being rusted on to the past). They also believe in attending to the details that give people a sense of comfort and “flow” in life. Often, their work is done in the background – but it is nevertheless highly valuable.

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask respectful questions (ranked 5 of the 7 who tend to do this) and waits for them (ranked 1 of the 5 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 11/16.
☹ Integrity and honesty are two of their core characteristics but they cannot handle criticism or conflict.
☹ Always take care to conduct themselves with the utmost decency. At the same time, their practical and straight-shooting pattern means that sometimes they can be a little too honest.
☹ This pattern can also fall into the habit of disapproving of change, being rusted on to the past, making them overly traditionalist.
☹ They can come across as impolite, often passive-aggessive and can ignore you and look straight through you; they can be despised despite appearing nice.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ Are often respectful and kind to their neighbours, but also like to keep a certain level of privacy.
☛ They want to be able to connect with the people around them, without feeling like they have to socialize constantly.
☛ They are very focussed on their family and want to do what they can to make a happy life for them.
☛ They will work hard to ensure that everything is right for their loved ones, which sometimes includes being friendly with the neighbours.
☛ They want their children and loved ones, including themselves, to be liked by everyone, so they will be cordial in order to ensure that their neighbours are nice to them as well.

As the Brownnoser™:

☛ Category 1: Conflict Avoider: Goes out of their way to avoid same.
☛ Category 2: Care-taking: Take care of and make sure the other person does not feel uncomfortable.
☛ Category 3: Compliance: Goes along with what other people think, feel and want.
☛ Category 4: Active pleasing: Anticipates what makes other people happy and gives it to them.
☛ Category 5: Merging: Tries to be the same as a partner it does not fit with their own or a special person; assuming their interests, lifestyle and life path even when it does not fit with their own.
☛ All categories covered due to low self-esteem. They are definitely the Brownnoser™ who is always working hard to make others happy. They have a hard time turning someone down, since they want to make people happy. They definitely want to please their loved ones and will go above and beyond to do so. They can sometimes neglect their own needs because they want to make others happy. They are certainly a Brownnoser™ who cares deeply for their loved ones and want to maintain a sense of harmony and happiness in their environment.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 15/16. Somewhat inert.

☛ They are known for being nurturing, compassionate and reliable. They often put the needs of others above their own and they are usually not impulsive or careless. Kind-hearted and gentle, you might struggle to find a dangerous Practitioner. They are very good at reading people though. They can be manipulative and passive-aggressive as they know how to get what they want from people. However, overall, they are not typically dangerous; just not a leader or manager.

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

They will have older cars and fixtures and fittings as they are allergic to spending money. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
Their attitude is one of being rusted on to the past. Low moxie. Low risk taker.
Advice: Initial kindness and frendliness can quickly turn to passive-aggessiveness. Especially if there is any hint of conflict, even over which cafe to go to. Keep your distance is the best option.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

The Inspirational and Developer. But Why? Because the Inspirational will burn down anything to see the flames and the Developer because they will step on anyone to reach the top - a skill at which they are very good. This upsets the weak Practitioner who desires a frictionless world.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Glue. Starts well. But if held to account or criticized, then they can belittle, patronize and be the constant victim. Becomes passive-aggessive. A relentless complainer. Rusted on to the past. Talks incessantly about minutiae regarding their family. "There goes Bill Farken, Mary Farken and the whole Farken family." Can be tricky under the spell of a partner such as the Persuader. Expects others to treat them the way they treat others; totally agaist the Oxor™ principles. Known to self vaporise when their method fails.
An occasional dab of inauthenticity can appear due to illusory superiority. They may sometimes find themselves bending the truth or embellishing their own or their family's achievements to maintain an image of success. They are acutely aware of how they are perceived by others and can slip into the trap of sacrificing their true selves on the altar of external validation. Just how successful is your business?

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14. Can it be the Objective Thinker - ISTJ?

The Objective Thinker is the Bernese Mountain Dog

This pattern's low moral version™: The one who cheats slightly on their tax return and does not amend it later.

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Insipid Shame To Jung.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Objective Thinker is on display when the following scenario emerges.
You know that librarian that actually does their job rather than seduces innocent bystanders? See... we do not even have to tell you to leave these ones alone. You already know. But not every Objective Thinker is the same. Sure, they like to fill accounting offices and IT service centres, but these types creep into every institution they can get their well-lotioned hands on. Are you prepared to hear the unnecessary back story of every product you buy? Isn’t that your type of fun? They are so accountable that you will be hoping a fly lands in their pudding just so they can have a moment to freak out about something.

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person will not get away with it. They rarely handle incompetence all that well and become quickly frustrated by it.
They work hard to maintain a sense of stability in their lives and go above and beyond in everything they do. They are not incompetent people by any means, quite the reverse, and can become annoyed with people who are.
For them it is about being lazy or simply not putting forth enough preparation and this is why incompetent people are frustrating. They can see how that person should improve and often have a hard time biting their tongue about it.

Stickybeak Propensity™: Definitely not. They do not like to meddle in people’s lives but, at times, can become curious. The only reason they will take interest in a busybody type way is simply because they want to become a valued member of their community. They might become curious about the people around them and enjoy learning about them and what they like. This comes from a sincere place within and does not make them seem like a 'professional' stickybeak.

What this pattern fights against: Instability.

They believe that by charting the course for their life they can circumvent obstacles and make effective use of their time. They make life smoother for themselves and others by managing logistics organizing resources and handling details that many other types miss. Their calm, grounded, observant nature keeps life from feeling overwhelming and out-of-control.

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask respectful questions (ranked 6 of the 7 who tend to do this) and waits for them (ranked 5 of the 5 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 2/16.
☹ A sense of duty, a meticulous and detail-oriented approach, a commitment to upholding their responsibilities are strengths but they can also lead towards conflict.
☹ This pattern has a tendency to be inflexible and tactless and this can often make them seem difficult to outsiders.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ Are often very kind and respectful.
☛ They do what they can to get to know the people living close to them and like feeling connected to the community.
☛ Are hardworking people, which often makes them strive to keep their home nice both inside and outside.
☛ They have a sense of pride in how their home is maintained, and do not want to have their neighbours looking down on them.
☛ They also enjoy being able to know their neighbours and will try to be friendly and social when they can be.
☛ At the same time, they enjoy having a sense of privacy and want that to be respected.

As the Brownnoser™:

☛ Category 6: Independent. Not a Brownnoser™ at all.
☛ They definitely do not seem to qualify as a Brownnoser™ as are independent people who prefer to focus on getting things done. They can definitely exhibit some qualities of a Brownnoser™ in very selected circumstances. This is especially when it comes to their loved ones. While they will not be great at tending to the emotional needs of their loved ones, they work hard to take care of their practical needs. They are always trying to make the people close to them happy and work hard to impress them. They do want to ensure that the people around them are cared for. But the classic Brownnoser™, they aint.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 11/16.

☛ They are known for being practical, efficient and reliable. They are usually not impulsive or careless. However, they can be cold, insensitive and inflexible. They can also be overly analytical and they may have a hard time seeing the emotional side of things. This can make them seem uncaring and even callous. While they are not typically dangerous, they can be if they are not careful.

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

They will have everything pretty much 'correct'.
Advice: The ideal neighbour in many respects. Let them do their thing.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

The Promoter and Inspirational. But Why? The return dislike is evident here. They are continually annoyed by the seeming disrespect for any and all rules and authority and their lack of focus and organization.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Off-Duty Hero. Can sometimes manipulate, but not often. Generally very good but there may be trouble if under the spell of someone else.
In relationships, they cannot relate well with partners who are too outgoing, relaxed and emotional. That cohort includes the Promoter, Inspirational, Agent and Persuader.

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15. Can it be the Perfectionist - INTP?

The Perfectionist is the Papillon

This pattern's low moral version™: The unethical scientist who conducts awful experiments in the laboratory.

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Incel Neckbeard Touting Procrastination.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Perfectionist is on display when the following scenario emerges.
If you do no want to be corrected with reason for no reason, then stay away from the Perfectionist. They cannot help but point out every flaw they see. It is not fun for you and that makes it fun for them. If you spend much time around them, you will probably note how hard it is to tell what they are feeling. This is because they probably left that upgrade at home. It takes effort to install a new program and effort is something the Perfectionist only has for going down rabbit holes on topics like “quantum physics,” “Einstein was a god,” and “how to acquire food without actually making food yourself.” These little balls of mental fury are like squirrels. Cute from afar, but strictly avoidant of anything that demands an attention span about topics of practical substance.

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person will get away with it as they will not be told about their incompetence. They can handle incompetence at times, since they understand that mistakes help people improve. They likely will attempt to inform this person and hope that they can help them become better.
They do not like to constantly judge people for their errors, especially people working in smaller level jobs which are likely thankless ones.
They often prefer to be cordial with these people and will make do with what they have. They do analyze what the person is doing and will recognize how they can be much more efficient but they likely will keep this information to themselves.

Stickybeak Propensity™: Definitely not. However, they are extremely curious. They are not interested in gossip or unnecessary drama but, at the same time, they enjoy being able to learn about their surroundings and sometimes this includes people. They simply want to understand more about how people operate, especially when it comes to their loved ones. They express this curiosity by pushing buttons and crossing certain boundaries, which can seem a bit like they are meddling.

What this pattern fights against: Narrow-Mindedness.

They spend their life on a quest for truth and meaning. They are not afraid to challenge commonly accepted beliefs, traditions and rules. They deliberate about everything, including their own ideas, to make sure that they are accurate. They challenge people’s preconceived notions about what is right, wrong, true, false, good or bad.

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask controversial questions (ranked 4 of the 9 who tend to do this) and waits for them (ranked 2 of the 5 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 3/16.
☹ As one of the most logic-based patterns, can be blind to the needs of others.
☹ Slip up when they are completely absorbed in their own imagination.
☹ They tend to be insensitive and hyper critical of other people and this means thhat they are not always fun to be around.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ Are usually very cordial, yet somewhat private.
☛ They do not want to be viewed poorly by the people around them, so they will do what they can to be respectful.
☛ If they grew up in a neighbourhood, they will likely be friendly and will have got to know the people around them.
☛ They do enjoy getting to know people but, at the same time, they need to have plenty of space to themselves.
☛ They can become frustrated with rude neighbous and hope to find ways to keep things civil. They certainly do not want the drama and would much rather get along with their neighbours than have an issue.

☛ Category 6: Independent. Not a Brownnoser™ at all.
☛ They are definitely not a Brownnoser™ since they are more focussed on their own inner world. They can definitely strive to make their loved ones proud though and want to please them in some ways. While their loved ones are important, they are not incapable of saying “no” to someone. If they feel like their morals or their logic is being compromised, they will not let someone take advantage of them. They have their own boundaries and do not believe in letting people cross them.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 12/16.

☛ They are one of the least dangerous personality types. They are known for being creative, curious and independent. While they may seem aloof and private, they are usually not dangerous. In fact, they are often quite gentle and harmless. However, they can be prone to isolating themselves and being direct and blunt to the point of rudeness. They can also be very critical and judgmental. While these qualities are not inherently dangerous, they can be if they are taken to the extreme.

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

They are hopeless at things practical and are an ideal client of Jim's Mowing. But, Jim, they will be a very difficult customer who knows the price of lawn clippings to the micro cent in a radius of 25.00001 km.
Advice: Leave them alone.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

The Counselor and Specialist. But Why? The Perfectionist hates irrationality and when too much importance is placed on feeling. The Counselor appears irrational and to be some kind of joke. The Specialist would probably get the prize as the most disliked due to their emphasis on feeling.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Detached Philosopher. Can pop in and out of friends’ lives all the time. Can lie, show fake feelings and manipulate. Totally no practical skills.
In a relationship, are on shaky ground when it comes to marriage, but they do believe in committed relationships. The Practitioner, Director, Appraiser and Counselor are contrasting types that will head for disaster.

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16. Can it be the Enhancer - INTJ?

The Enhancer is a Lone Wolf

This pattern's low moral version™: The one who smiles quietly at cruelty. Perpetrates crimes against humanity in service of a beautiful plan.

The Myers Briggs Letters redefined: Interestingly Nihilistic Thought-provoking Jerk.

General Principles to follow: To Keep Clear Of™ the Enhancer is on display when the following scenario emerges.
In need of a house plant that thinks? If not, then steer clear of everyone playing chess as that may well be an Enhancer. If your answer is yes, we do not believe you. The Enhancer is the dark soul of academia. They whisper sweet nothings into the night (they do not say anything). Talking to them is a lot like having a conversation with a wall, but the wall is more expressive. You would find a better conversationalist in a tree trunk than in an Enhancer. We could go on, but all you would learn is that they are the quintessential cats of the human species. They like to be fed, but are reluctant to admit they need you or anyone else on the planet. Probably because they do not.

Tolerance toward Incompent People™: The other person will get away with it for a while but the Enhancer will eventually get you. They can really have a really hard time with incompetent people and become frustrated when others cannot be efficient. They try to. contain their frustrations in most cases but they can clearly see this person's mistakes. The incompetent person can be picked from a range of several galaxies.
They becomes annoyed because they often believe people just are not putting in enough time and effort and can see very clearly how to solve the problem themselves.
This is why they often prefer to be on their own since they are competent people who would rather handle things themselves most of the time.

Stickybeak Propensity™: Definitely not. They actually become truly frustrated with people who are. They enjoy having clear boundaries and believe it is important to maintain space between themselves and others. When people try to encroach on their privacy, they can become rather defensive and annoyed by this. They also believe in extending this same level of respect to others and rarely do they find themselves all that curious about others. Being a stickybeak means sticking their nose in where it does not belong and this simply is not a quality they possess.
It is no surprise that the Enhancer does their best to avoid, with the occasional exception, the Persuader, Promoter, Investigator and Agent due to their propensity for emotional voyeurism. You have been warned by Oxor™. I, Elizabeth Hunter™, found that this propensity, was why I had problems with my aunt and my mother; both interfering Persuaders on steriods and EPO.

What this pattern fights against: Stagnancy.

They despise the idea of wasting their life, succumbing to mediocrity or failing to grow. They want to expand their vision of the world, their knowledge of the universe and their understanding of the meaning of all things. They want to explore ideas that have never been explored before.

First Date Warnings to follow:

Tends to ask controversial questions (ranked 3 of the 9 who tend to do this) and makes the first move (ranked equal 9 of the 11 who tend do this).

Just plain Fcuking Rude™:

☹ Rank 5/16.
☹ They slip up is in the air of superiority they can give off.
☹ Possesses a strong belief in their own intellect and have a high level of self-confidence.
☹ When you pair that with their low emotional EQ, you get a pattern that often rubs people up the wrong way and they do not care.
☹ Altough they do not mean to be impolite, they can often come across as know-alls.

As the Neighbour™:

☛ As neighbors are very private people, who spend most of their time inside of their home.
They will be cordial with the people who live around them but it is extremely likely that they will not reach out to them.
They want to be respectful of their neighbous but they just do not see the point in becoming their best friends, or friends at all.
They enjoy spending most of their time alone and want people to respect their sense of space. They might (do) become annoyed with neighbours who do not show respect or who make a lot of noise late at night.
They simply want to have their own space in order to focuss on their research and the things which have personal delight.

☛ Category 6: Independent. Not a Brownnoser™ at all.
☛ They are not a Brownnoser™ at all and often care very little (or not at all) what people think of them. They do care for their loved ones and strive to make them proud but that is about as far as it goes. They absolutely will not go above and beyond just to please someone else and prefer to focus on doing their own thing. Their goals are often within their own morals and what they believe is important. They will never, ever, compromise who they are or what they believe in simply to please someone else. They know that they need to prioritize themselves or others will will certainly take advantage of them.

This animal is a Dangeroo™ (Dangerous Aspects™):

☛ 1/16. Oxor™ agrees.

☛ They are strategic, analytical and intelligent. They are the ultimate masterminds. When these skills are used in an unhealthy way, they can be dangerous. They can be calculating and extremely determined and they will not let anything or anyone come in the way of them achieving their goals. A lot of TV and movie villains are of this pattern. They all use their cunning minds to outsmart their opponents.

E. Hunter™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on neighbours:

They can go for twenty years without even knowing the names of the neighbours.
They would prefer to have no neighbours, but realise that is not always possible.
Never try to lean on them for gossip or engage in small talk.
If invited to gatherings of the neighbours, do not expect they will turn up or that they take action to minimise the chances of future invitations.
Advice: Keep away. They are the self-sufficient lone wolf. They are allergic to neighbours. Never, ever, just knock on their door or expect them to drop everything just because you are the fcuking neighbour or a Joey. They will never invite you around, no matter how firm your tits are.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on which pattern this pattern does not like and why:

The Developer, Appraiser, Inspirational, Promoter, Practitioner and Agent. But Why? The Enhancer is the self-sufficient lone wolf. They see the Developer as the bully - ruthless, egoistic, vindictive, loud, pushy and aggressive. The female Appraiser is the gossiper who is always hurt, offended and superficial. They want to take care of anyone and do not accept ways other than their own. They are know alls, conservative, emotional; some are dumb and narrow-minded. The Inspirational is totally annoying with their constant need for confrontation and debate plus starting everything and finishing nothing. They are rude and are basically a 4 year old child with a high IQ but with no social skills. The Promoter is unreliable, the Practitioner is soon passive-aggressive while the Agent is a total waste of space. The Enhancer does not really have enemies at the start. They understand every pattern and do not condescend to hate any of them initially. The start is that everyone is an idiot until they prove otherwise. Unless the other person actually exhibits the characteristic of an idiot or has no desire to improve, all is fine. If not, they commence door slamming or encourage or watch the self vaporization of the offendee. They think of many as sparrows. Noisy, all over the place, slight entertainment factor and very gullible.

Sir Roger de Lodgerley™'s satirical, yet truthful, exbeerience - right from the tavern - on why this pattern needs to be de-friended:

The Corner Sage. So totally difficult to get to know. You probably do not measure up anyway! They suss people out all the time. So, if you look the other way, do not respond to emails etc., it will not affect them one iota. They are the No. 1 for doorslamming and if you do it for them by self vaporising, that's totally sanctioned and you are deleted to the extent that you may as well not have existed. This pattern moves on very quickly.
In a relationship, they are likely to be nitpicky and strive for perfection, setting high standards for their partners which patterns such as the Persuader, Promoter and Agent will not be able to fulfil. The Specialist, Counselor, Practitioner and Appraiser will be worse.

I have rated the seemingly cold-hearted mastermind the most dangerous pattern so they must definitely be on your list to keep clear of. Here are seven reasons why they are so dangerous:
1. They are super intelligent, strategic, and they are the classic archetype for sinister scientists and evil masterminds. If they decide to destroy you, there is an extremely good chance that they could get away with it as well. They are quick thinkers with a knack for strategic planning. They are also known for their bluntness and lack of tact. But what makes them truly dangerous is their combination of cold calculation and single minded determination. Add on their intellectual curiosity and ability to execute ideas at high levels and the result is outstanding contributions to society and the nurturing of self-confidence. Ultimately, they can have both worlds when they can give and get simultaneously. Danger for others.
2. They know how to manipulate people. They are experts at reading people and understanding their weaknesses. They can use this knowledge to deftly manipulate those around them.
3. They are always a minimum of being one step ahead. They are known for their brilliant minds and their ability to think several steps ahead of everyone else. This makes them extremely dangerous and yet extremely effective strategists and planners.
4. They are not afraid to take risks when they believe it is necessary. This can lead them into dangerous situations, but it also allows them to accomplish great things. Usually, they have worked out that the risk is worthwhile.
5. They are always super prepared and are notoriously meticulous planners. They are always ready for anything and, because they are patient and calculating, they can plot their revenge for a long time before taking action.
6. They almostalways get what they want. They are notoriously single-minded and determined and, once they set their sights on something, they will stop at nothing to achieve it. This can be dangerous, as their determination can lead them to cross lines that others would not dare to.
7. They have a ego trip when not liked. The good news is that there are only 2% of them in the world.

Additional commentary:
Radical honesty, keen intellect and never being sure if you are joking, flirting or why you are angry, unless you actually tell the Enhancer.
Excels at understanding systems, seeing relationships where others might not and learning whatever they put their minds to.
Not so good at hearing “tone”, reading body language or emoting the way most people expect.
Loves learning, which means everything is questioned. This is not a sign of disrespect, but the opposite. If they care about your feelings or opinion, they want you to explain it. If you get huffy and defensive because they ask questions, they will eventually dismiss you as shallow and insecure or, worse, a liar and a fake See how they go on a Committee.
They stare - usually because they are lost in their own heads, not because of whomever happens to be in the way. They get used to being told that they are intimidating, no matter how friendly we really are.
They need you to say what you mean and mean what you say - anything else is treated as dishonest.
Great at details and at the big picture, but not always the stuff in between that connects the two. Especially the less rational human elements.
Are impressed by what you know and what you are willing to learn, not by your money, your fame or the idea that if you are louder you win the argument.
They do not do small talk. Ever. Are terrible at first dates, but pretty good as lovers and partners if you are open and honest with us and comfortable with going over everything in detail after a crisis or argument.
Tends to prioritize truth over charity, so relationships can end in Pyrrhic victory.
The Enhancer has no problem considering multiple points of view, together with weighing the consequences of their actions, but can still be blindsided when others act from completely irrational emotional motives.
Has to be right - just not in the sense of never admitting they are wrong or thinking their way is the only way. On the contrary, they are constantly admitting and correcting our mistakes, but do not understand others who are totally fine living a lie, being dishonest, being mistaken, being wrong about something, without working to fix it. The only way to get over a problem is to solve it, not ignore it and pretend it never happened. The Practitioners and Promoters should read this paragraph again.

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