When you see someone behaving like a Space Cadet, it can be very useful in determining their Behaviour Pattern prior to invoking Titanium Imposition™

Are you a Space Cadet? I am. I am 
							also a Peter Pan.

The Space Cadets are the Hippie-Dippies, Perceivers (in MBTI) and Procrastinators; 49% of the population.
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines 'Space Cadet' as: a flaky, lightheaded, or forgetful person.
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines 'Flaky' as: not reliable in performance or behaviour.
If the-more-bubbles-the-better is your modus operandi in the tub, meet the creamy bath time elixir of your dreams.
Results; Inspirational; Promoter; Counselor; Specialist; Agent; Achiever; Perfectionist.
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Last updated by Modern Maven Elizabeth Hunter™ on November 25, 2022.

Space Cadets may exhibit some aspects of Peter Pan behaviour but Peters Pan can be in any pattern.

One of our latest techniques is to match child like behaviour to the person you are studying. That is, observing the inability of individuals to take on responsibilities, to commit themselves, to keep promises and tasks, to observe if there is excessive care about the way they look and their personal well-being and their lack of self-confidence, even though they do not seem to show it and actually come across as exactly the opposite.
More to look out for although some are very difficult to observe: procrastination, difficulty forming genuine friendships, a lack of career interest, not being able to handle situations, trouble with commitment (may be interested in relationships or sex, but not for long), sexual disorders, drug and / or alcohol abuse, unreliability (the refusal to assume personal or professional responsibility), it is everyone else's fault, wacky and unrealistic goals and priorities (I am in my 50s and I want to be a celebrity, an actor and a model), is emotionally unavailable, has a tendency to not want to improve - a trait Oxor™ hones in on including an unwillingess to motivate oneself or to stay motivated, a sense of anger and of guilt towards one parent and a desire to be closer to the other parent. They are waiting for the ship to come in and solve all their problems.

Further, Peters Pan are completely intolerant of criticism. Having a younger partner means less responsibility. "Wendy" makes every decision and takes on the responsibilities of Peter Pan, thus justifying the unreliability. Oxor™ looks keenly if someone cannot handle conflict at ALL. Then we watch and see if Peter Pan RUNS AWAY. That may involve walking, stomping or walking away on-line from the discussion, showing a facial expression that exudes ill will, leaving the building, going to a room / venue where games can distract or just curling up under a blanket to maybe cry like a toddler for a couple of hours. Meanwhile, Wendy does all the work.
If not RUNNING AWAY, we look for RETALIATION. That may involve a fit and / or bringing up items thinking or knowing that this will upset you to "get back at you" for causing Peter Pan to be upset. Tantrums are common, Passive-Aggressive behaviour can be used, and so can as are name-calling and/or throwing things. This Peter Pan behaviour may, with an emphasis on may lead you to their Disc pattern.

In recent exercises, Elizabeth Hunter™ discovered an Agent and an Objective Thinker to be Peters Pan. This demonstrates that this technique is not absolute and a massive amount of research into the person that you are studying is required.

Do not attempt to fix a Peter Pan. Professor Humbelina Robles Ortega, Professor of the Department of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment of the University of Granada and an expert in emotional disorders, points out that the only solution for this disease is the right psychological treatment, not only centred on the person who suffers from the disorder but also on their partner and family.

If you find a Peter Pan, Oxor™ suggests that you use Titanium Imposition™ for their pattern overlayed with the Platinum Imposition™ for the High I quadrant due to the inability of Peters Pan to take on responsibilities, to commit themselves or to keep promises.

This article amplifies the whole Peter Pan phenomenon: Click here.


Advice for Space Cadets who flit from one thing to another:
The brain is unable to multi task when it comes to activities that require attention.
"Multitasking is biologically impossible."

says Dr. John Medina, Author Brain Rules


Nominee for the Flaky-wit Of The Year
'Sponsored' by Eastern Hemisphere Insurance Limited of the Bahamas, a tax haven.

This company was mentioned in a book - "The Petroleum Industry: A Report on Corporate and Industry Structure and Ownership" 1975. Hmmm. We know it was Caltex.

"I think for me sometimes I look at a shot, I play a shot, I think the seaweed is always greener in someone else's lake."
said Ashley Barty, Australian Tennis Ace

This is going to challenge the Hall of Fame; an entry of years ago and the runner up.
"I've made good judgments in the past and good judgments in the future."
said George W. Bush, 43rd US President

"It is clear our nation is reliant upon big foreign oil. More and more of our imports come from overseas."
said George W. Bush, 43rd US President (0.13 times as likely to have an IQ in the top 2% of the population). An excellent example!

Guiding Principle: "It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt."
said Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain), 1835 - 1910, US writer, humorist, entrepreneur, publisher and lecturer.


1. Can it be the Director - ESTJ?

The Director is the Border Collie

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Believes in getting things done as efficiently as possible and does not allow anything to get in their way. Ignores distractions to pull them away. Organised - remembers dates and appointments.
Modus Operandi: My way or the highway.
Weird trait: Being the most hated and somehow being the boss. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Less likely.
Why? Directors are rarely prone to Peter Pan syndrome, since they are efficient and driven people. They are not afraid of being responsible for their actions, instead they would rather take responsibility than step away from it. Directors might have some childlike behaviours but not where it is truly important. They are more focussed on moving forward and want to build a future they can be proud of.

Daydream Believer™: What they have been through and how they would have wanted to it be instead.


2. Can it be the Developer - ENTJ?

The Developer is the German Shepherd

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? focussed and hardworking. Ignores distractions. Maintains direction. Inner mind and thoughts do not prevent efficient accomplishments. Multi-tasker.
Modus Operandi: Accurate, direct, thrives on conflict.
Weird trait: Helping people and being the reason people get help. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Less likely.
Why? Developers believe in being efficient and responsible for their actions and, because of this, they are not often the types to be drawn to Peter Pan syndrome behaviour. They prefer to focus on getting things done and are often mature in this way from a younger age. They focus on being as efficient as possible and do not like being held back. Even a young Developer often becomes frustrated with not being treated like an adult and prefers to have a certain level of independence.

Daydream Believer™: What their efforts are going to do in creating their dream in the future.


3. Can it be the Results - ESTP?

The Results is the Jack Russell Terrier

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes.
Why? Lives in the moment. Distracted by being drawn in. Loses track of time. Generally arrives late. So many ideas and excitement causes distraction.
Modus Operandi: Always has lots on. Forceful.
Weird trait: Still thinking stringing you along is cool. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Yes.
Why? Results definitely can be prone to Peter Pan syndrome behaviour, since they dislike being forced into responsibilities. Results enjoy living in the moment and are not always interested in the future. They believe in experiencing the present and often like being able to be a little reckless at times. Results would definitely be happy to avoid growing up in many ways, especially where responsibilities and chores are concerned. Examples: Brandi Glanville, Charlie Sheen.

Daydream Believer™: How much more they can gain if they implement a certain move.


4. Can it be the Inspirational - ENTP?

The Inspirational is the Bull Terrier

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes.
Why? Often all over the place. Mind constantly runs through many different thoughts and ideas at once. So many new ideas buzzing. Loses track of time or forgets certain details.
Modus Operandi: Easily distracted by anything exciting or new. Manipulates. Sneaky.
Weird trait: Sounding smart while saying the most ridiculous things ever. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Yes.
Why?Yes. Inspirationals can be prone to Peter Pan syndrome behaviour, simply because they are so interested in being free from rules and regulations. Inspirationals hate having to follow the orders of others and prefer to make their own decisions. They often become annoyed with constant responsibilities and do not enjoy having to follow strict schedules. For the Inspirational being a bit childlike is simply a part of who they are and is what makes them both creative and exciting.

Daydream Believer™: How amazing the possible result of that experiment will be.


5. Can it be the Persuader - ENFJ?

The Persuader is the Boxer

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Focuses on getting things done and taking care of others. Good multi-tasker without letting anything fall through the cracks. Dreamer with a rich inner mind.
Modus Operandi: Capable and driven.
Weird trait: Making everyone their ‘best’ friend. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Less likely.
Why? Persuaders definitely are not the types to appear to have Peter Pan syndrome, since they are not likely to abandon their responsibilities. Persuaders are often the ones taking on the responsibilities of those around them, wanting to take care of their loved ones. They are usually emotionally mature from a young age and might even have to grow up rather quickly. They do whatever they can to take care of others and are rarely afraid of the challenges that might be involved in growing up or becoming more responsible.

Daydream Believer™: How much their current actions are going to create their ideal future.


6. Can it be the Appraiser - ESFJ

The Appraiser is the Great Dane

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Organised and aware of the present. Focuses on getting things done and can often multi-task. Ensures loved ones are properly cared for. Remembers various dates and appointments and can do this without becoming distracted.
Modus Operandi: A doer.
Weird trait: If female, the most hardcore feminist. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Less likely.
Why? Appraisers are not prone to Peter Pan syndrome, especially since they are focussed on taking care of their loved ones. Appraisers are rarely interested in maintaining their childlike innocence and often find themselves growing up quickly. They might even find themselves trying to take care of others from a young age, wanting to make sure everyone around them is happy. They want to protect their loved ones, and will step up when it truly matters.

Daydream Believer™: What they are obsessed with and what they have gone through in the past.


7. Can it be the Promoter - ENFP?

The Promoter is the Golden Retriever

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes. Joint Clubhouse Leader.
Why? Have rich and active inner minds. Have so many things running that causes distraction and it becomes difficult to live in the present. Forgets important things - e.g. dates, appointments, phone (without intending to).
Modus Operandi: Not dependable or worthy of confidence.
Weird trait: Actually having a dark side despite initially appearing not to. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Yes.
Why? Promoters can definitely be prone to Peter Pan syndrome behaviour, since they often dislike being controlled. They do not often enjoy being forced to focus on responsibilities, instead they are naturally dreamers. They are imaginative people who enjoy being able to experience new things and want to seek out excitement in their lives. Promoters can become frustrated when they have to follow certain societal demands and simply become bored too easily for this. Example: Will Ferrell.

Daydream Believer™: How much their loved one could possibly love them matched with how much they love them.


8. Can it be the Counselor - ESFP

The Counselor is the Poodle

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes.
Why? Thinks through so many different ideas at once. Lives in the present moment. Loses track of time. Late. Cannot remember times and dates. Often drawn into something exciting in the present moment - e.g. parties.
Modus Operandi: Inattentive to what claims or demands consideration.
Weird trait: Being an ‘expert’ at relationships while having 'thousands of exes'. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Yes.
Why? Counselors can sometimes be prone to Peter Pan behaviour, since they enjoy living in the moment. They want to experience life to the fullest and often hate having to deal with chores and responsibilities. Having to deal with rules and regulations can become a bit exhausting for the Counselor after a while. They would definitely be happy with the idea of not having to grow up and deal with adult responsibilities. Examples: Scott Disick, Katy Perry, Miley Cirus, Justin Bieber, Christie Brinkley.

Daydream Believer™: How much the people they like love them.


9. Can it be the Specialist - ISFP

The Specialist is the Saint Bernard

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes.
Why? Easily distracted by something intriguing or exciting. Lives in the present moment. Forgets future events or dates. Ignores the future or the past to enjoy living in the present.
Modus Operandi: Withdrawn in mind and inattentive to one's surroundings.
Weird trait: Pays attention to physical reality. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Yes.
Why? Specialists enjoy being able to live in the present and can sometimes maintain a childlike enthusiasm. They do not like having to focus on certain responsibilities and often become drained by this idea. For the Specialist being able to experience the present without having to obsess over the future is an excellent feeling. They would likely enjoy the idea of not having to live up to the expectations of others and would definitely like everything attached to not having to grow up. Examples: Michael Jackson, Ariana Grande.

Daydream Believer™: How good they will look if they get or design something that way.


10. Can it be the Investigator - INFJ?

The Investigator is the Greyhound

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Has a lot of thoughts inside of their mind and inner world. Keeps things together and only takes action when the issue has been thought through. Avoids distractions and does not want to appear scatterbrained.
Modus Operandi: Very efficient when working or focusing on something important.
Weird trait: Being everyone’s therapist and losing their mental faculties at the same time. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Less likely.
Why? Investigators are often no strangers to taking on responsibilities and will often be more than capable of growing up. Many Investigators find themselves growing up far too soon and feel the need to take on the needs of those around them. While some Investigators might be immature versions of themselves, this simply means they have not worked on developing their weaker functions. Most Investigators really are not prone to things like Peter Pan syndrome 'sort of speak', instead they are more likely to be the opposite. They can often be the ones who had to grow up a bit too far, taking care of everyone around them.

Daydream Believer™: How much people are going to benefit from their plan to help people love one another better.


11. Can it be the Agent - INFP?

The Agent is the Tibetan Terrier

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes. Joint Clubhouse Leader.
Why? Has so many rich inner thoughts running through their imaginative minds. Forgetful. Does not always live in the present moment and instead is focussed on the future and sometimes the past. Easily distracted from surroundings.
Modus Operandi: The more bubbles, the better.
Weird trait: Thinking they identify as any pattern other than Agent. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Yes.
Why? Agents can sometimes have a dislike of responsibilities and having to grow up. They are dreamers by nature and prefer being caught up in their own rich inner minds. Sometimes the Agent can become frustrated by the rules of society and dislikes having to live up to certain expectations. This can cause them to be a bit like Peter Pan in their desire to live their lives on their own terms. They enjoy being able to experience living inside of their own vivid imagination and dislike being dragged out of that. Responsibilities and schedules can be exhausting for Agents at times, making them a bit more prone to Peter Pan syndrome behaviour. Example: Johnny Depp.

Daydream Believer™: Imagining what their loved one knows and how they can use it to make them enjoy life more.


12. Can it be the Achiever - ISTP?

The Achiever is the Bassett Hound

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes.
Why? Analytical and somewhat focussed. Does not want to become hung up on doing what others expect. Jumps from one exciting event to the next. Jumps into something new without fear. Forgets times or dates as get caught up in the moment.
Modus Operandi: Given to erratic changeableness.
Weird trait: Having a free and closed minded concurrently. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Yes.
Why? Achievers are not always focussed on their responsibilities, so in some ways they can be prone to Peter Pan syndrome behaviour. While they are not necessarily seen as immature people, they do dislike being forced to focus on things that others deem valuable. They enjoy living in the present and often like being able to do whatever they please without pressure from the people around them. Examples: Madonna, Tom Cruise.

Daydream Believer™: How much praise they will get when they do that stunt.


13. Can it be the Practitioner - ISFJ?

The Practitioner is the Alaskan Malamute

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Great at getting things done. Does not get distracted. Organised and are great at moving towards an important goal. Keeps track of all tasks and important dates. Processes what is important to them.
Modus Operandi: Loyal and hardworking.
Weird trait: The only type that still genuinely believes in religion. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Less likely.
Why? Practitioners are not the types to be prone to Peter Pan syndrome behaviour, instead they would rather focus on their future. From a young age, Practitioners often take responsibility for their actions and even want to take care of their loved ones. They dislike people who cannot seem to handle the important things that need to be done and work hard to ensure that they step up where it matters. Practitioners are often responsible people even from a very young age, since they strive to create peace in their environments.

Daydream Believer™: What ways they can win over the people relevant to their heart.


14. Can it be the Objective Thinker - ISTJ?

The Objective Thinker is the Bernese Mountain Dog

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Maintains focus. Gets things together and pushes forward as efficiently as possible. Ignores distractions that may pull them away from doing what is important.
Modus Operandi: Manages the project.
Weird trait: Having excessive amounts of caffeine yet still being alive. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Less likely.
Why? Objective Thinkers are rarely prone to Peter Pan syndrome, since they often prefer to be responsible. They are not afraid of stepping up in order to get things done, even from a young age. Objective Thinkers are often mature people in many ways and believe in fighting to get things taken care of efficiently. They are hardworking people who do not believe in backing down from their responsibilities, especially when it is important.

Daydream Believer™: How they can remake their favourite memory but with a better ending.


15. Can it be the Perfectionist - INTP?

The Perfectionist is the Papillon

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes.
Why? Have rich and active inner minds. Have so many new thoughts and ideas running through their minds at once. Tries to think things through before acting but becomes distracted by something new and intriguing. Loses track of time. Late.
Modus Operandi: Absent minded professor.
Weird trait: Buying a planner so they finally become organised then losing the planner. Click here for more.

Peter Pan Possibility: Yes.
Why? Perfectionists do have a desire to learn and grow, but there are parts of them that can be interested in removing certain responsibilities from their lives. In some ways the Perfectionist is mature even as a child and in others they are prone to Peter-Pan-like behaviour. They are often so caught up in their own inner world and have a strong sense of creativity. They are can be a bit childlike in some ways and enjoy being able to make their own choices without constant responsibilities.

Daydream Believer™: How much they will be distinguished for knowing and understanding, greatly and deeply, making all else look inferior.


16. Can it be the Enhancer - INTJ?

The Enhancer is a Lone Wolf

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Has a lot of thoughts going on and can become a bit caught up in their own inner world. Keeps things together and only takes action when thought about extensively. Seems more put together to others. Knows how to get things done when they want to, without distractions.
Modus Operandi: Perpetual efficiency.
Weird trait: Able to come off as an asexual on the outside and being the kinkiest mother on the inside.

Peter Pan Possibility: Less likely.
Why? Enhancers rarely experience the full depth of Peter Pan syndrome behaviour and are often very capable of growing up. They are comfortable facing responsibilities and do not feel a need to remain childlike. Enhancers believe in being responsible for their actions and strive to grow and learn. They want to always be working on themselves in order to improve and become more aware of the world around them. Being stuck in an immature state, with no responsibilities, is not really a choice the Enhancer is interested in.

Daydream Believer™: How satisfying it will be after they accomplish the greatest challenge and greatly effect their surroundings as well themselves.


Absurdities observed by Elizabeth Hunter™

The Space Cadet has absurdities

"Manager Insource Stream Lead."
"Lived-Experience Community Advocate."
"Purpose Weaver."
"Customer Service Guide."
"Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Team."
"Executive Counsel and Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion."
"Urbanist and Placemaker."
"Non-Verbal Communications Consultant."
"Former Retired Radiologist."
"Freelance Sperm Donor."
"Solution Architect." - OMG!
"People Experience Specialist"
"Bovine Insemination Technician"
"RoofBitz - We screw on roofs." - as do some neighbours.
"Store in a cool dry place and refrigerate after purchase." Egg instruction care by Bartlett Farms of NSW.
"Vote for insanity – you know it makes sense." - The Official Monster Raving Loony Party's slogan.
"Sitting, facing forward." - The Official Monster Raving Loony Party's political position.
"Is this? Australia's Cheapest Chemist."
"The federal government grant from the Modern Manufacturing Initiative Translations Scheme."
Conference Paper - "Designing pedagogically informed learning technology to suit the Net-Generation."
Instruction indicating to "Power Down" when it actually means to "Turn off".
"Effective people and thought leader, experienced in digital transformation, design thinking and organisational resilience."
Spending on "discretionary essentials" refers to home renovations and office supplies.
"I am a Talent and Culture Leader."
"I am a Grower Development and Leadership Programs Manager; and no one knows what I actually do."
"The USC VasoActive research team."
"The waterproof caravan" - description of a boat by F1 commentator, Martin Brundle.
"With your permission, I'd like to resign from this conversation." - Hogan's Heroes.
"I'm an exam invigilator from London."
"People Experience Specialist" - Position at Melbourne Airport.
"Social Distancing Ambassador." Spotted near Sunshine Coast Stadium. Good grief! It was a cleaner.
"I'm not saying that it's rough where I live, but Aldi are selling Father's Day cards in packs of 5."
JBs Wear - UV notice UPF 50+. "The protection of this item may be lessened - at points where the fabric is in cause contact with the skin such as across the shoulders; if the fabric is stretched; if the fabric is wet and with time, due to th effects of normal wear." You are in trouble - the item is a shirt.
Joint Space Cadet of the Decade; fcukwit as well: Regarding the Moderna Covid Vaccine, Head of the Therapeutic Goods Administration, Adjunct Professor John Skerritt said: "The vaccine is 93 percent effective against COVID-19, 98 per cent against severe disease and 100% against death." Quote courtesy of My Weekly Preview who are just sensational and co-fcukwits! All at Oxor™ want Moderna. And to see you again in 3055.

Absurdity muy elegante: Portugal. "Minister for Territorial Cohesion". Good grief! Bulltish on steroids.