Before you knew what types were and that we were all wired differently, what did you think of people?
I'll get the ball rolling with my own thoughts.
I used to think people really didn't care, didn't care about other people, didn't care about beauty or anything that the eye couldn't see, didn't care genuinely for anything. I used to think people either thought art was stupid, or didn't know why art was cool and that they just liked the confusion of it, and I started to not like the word art because it sounded like a word that defined something useless, Art, ugh, lol. I also thought people didn't care much for complex things, and always wanted things to be short sweet simple and instantly gratifying. So I guess I thought people were shallow, some arrogant, some stupid, some blind to their own shallowness and others needy for popularity and attention. This was my idea of most people before I knew about MBTI and that we process the world differently. I used to think we all processed the world the same and that people just didn't care about the things I cared about, and I used to think what is wrong with everyone, why can't they see this, or appreciate that as much as I do. Now I'm much more understanding because of MBTI and try to be sensitive to the way of life for other types.
Geez, I feel like I really didn't think well of people before MBTI 0_o.