Who Would Thrive / Not Survive On Same MBTI Island?

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    Who Would Thrive / Not Survive On Same MBTI Island?

    Hi!

    I'm new here, not sure if this is a thing already. So the idea is to imagine a scenario of a community on an island somewhere composed of a single MBTI type. (Ex, an island of just INFP's, or just ESFJ's, and so on) Which island would do the most successful in your opinion? Which would end up collapsing onto itself?

    Now this is very broad so I guess the idea is either an island where the same MBTI people have to survive in the wilderness, and maybe just an idea of which single MBTI type would have the most successful society in general.

    I feel like an island of INFP's would be really amusing to watch, I think an island of INFJ's and ENFJ's would do well. ESFJ's would just rub off wrong on eachother I feel like.

    Well this is just a kickstarter to hopefully make some meaningful discussion, enjoy!



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    ISTJs.

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    LOL ENFPs (my type) would probably be all happy and swimming around the beach the first 2 days and then after that they would freak out and use survival skill or build a boat and go to another island because we get bored easily

    Any SJ's would be fine alone I guess.
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    INFP would die within weeks... They would get overwhelmed with the task of maintaining a society, retreat to separate corners with their books and sketch pads, and eventually either become depressed and drown themselves or die of starvation.
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    INTJs and INTPs would probably be two of the types that would benefit the most from this...

    The only problem would be getting an internet connection...
    Then again, it probably wouldn't be too difficult, considering the amount of engineers that we'd have...

    Then again, most of the INTPs might not be motivated to do anything other than use the internet after they fix it.
    That could be a problem...

    "Eh, we can just order delivery."
    "But... There is no delivery."
    "..."
    "..."
    "This could be a problem..."
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    INTPs aren't all lazy... just the young ones... I'm young.
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    As am I, fellow young INTP. Self-deprecating joke is self-deprecating.

    That's true, though, considering that older INTPs usually tend to be more balanced with P and J. Not that P is indicative of laziness, of course. It's more of a correlation. I'm going to assume that the INTs have islands adjacent to each other, considering that it would be more efficient in that the INTPs would have less of a chance of starving without the other types to drive them out of their theory-induced stupors that seem to take place quite often, and that the high density of INTJs would most likely cause quite a few problems as a result of some of the more extreme ones trying to take over, or developing nuclear weapons.

    Other than that, both types would probably struggle with finding a place to be alone. There's only so much space for everyone to claim as their own and avoid everyone else for the majority of the day.
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    I would be king of the Isle Unknown Personality Type.
    Monday just got folded into Sunday to create everlasting 3 day weekends, workdays now last 5 hours & after work everybody'd "eat, drink & be merry" because life is too short to fret over the little things.

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    Estj would be least successful.

    Enfp would be awesome! The island would be that happy little place. Everyone would be nice, laidback, and a little silly. And happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonious View Post
    Estj would be least successful.

    Enfp would be awesome! The island would be that happy little place. Everyone would be nice, laidback, and a little silly. And happy.
    So, Hawaii then. XD
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