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  1. mintoots

    Any suggestions?

    Are you ever in that mood where you want to read a book or watch a film but no title comes to mind? Often, I am. Sometimes I'm in the mood for a specific kind of film or music or art but would find that my current library or watchlist isn't satisfying. Hence, this thread: Mechanics: 1. Explain...
  2. Rowan Tree

    Walt Disney's mbti

    Hi all, so... I'm thinking of writing a utopia (think fully automated luxury communism) in which Walt Disney awakes from a cryogenic chamber into the future, utopian world, Walt in Utopia. I realise the frozen at death story is completely apocryphal in the most untrue of all untrue senses, but I...
  3. Nautilidae

    Is anyone interested in fiction typing?

    I'm writing an article about personality psychology as it relates to fiction and will aim to be fairly comprehensive in addressing relevant/interesting angles (writing, reading, self-reflection, aspirational identities, etc.). In the interest of prospecting, I have questions for you: Do you...
  4. Rowan Tree

    Proust Questionnaire

    So, I thought some of you might enjoy doing the Proust Questionnaire, a pre-internet online quiz. Below I give the questions and then mine and Proust's answers. 1. The principal aspect of my personality: Proust: The need to be loved; more precisely, the need to be caressed and spoiled much...
  5. Rowan Tree

    INFJ Utopia

    William Morris (perhaps an INFJ himself) once wrote: 'The only safe way of reading a Utopia is to consider it the expression of the temperament of its author.’ Along those lines, what would an INFJ utopia look like? For me, it would deprioritise competition and status, acquisition for its own...