Are you the life of the party or do you find any imaginable reason to bow out? Today we’re going to take a (tongue-in-cheek) look at how each type shows up in a party atmosphere. Keep in mind, this is more humorous than serious. We’d love to hear YOUR thoughts on the party life in the comments!

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Here’s What You Do at a Party, Based on Your Myers-Briggs® Personality Type

The ENFP

Gathers all the misfits and iconoclasts together to take down the popular, oppressive leaders in the group. Also gives lots of hugs and rescues anyone being bullied.

The ENTP

Gets in a debate with the ESTJ about politics, religion, and the organization of the snack table. Doesn’t care at all about how the snack table is actually organized.  Later, joins in with the ENFP group because the brainstorming session is way too enticing.

The INFP

Remains snuggled up in the corner with whatever furry creature happens to be around, along with a worn-out copy of “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.” Feels like a prisoner at this party (but enjoys the furry friend they made).

The INTP

Tries to avoid making small talk by taking his Playstation to a private room where he can play “Elder Scrolls” in peace. Gets an unpleasant surprise when his best friend stumbles in later with his secret crush.

The ENFJ

Becomes part chef, part fortune-teller. Makes cookies for everyone while rallying them together to be their best selves. Listens to everyone’s life story and is the last person to leave the party. A stranger gives them a tearful hug before saying goodbye.

The ENTJ

Hates small talk and meaningless banter so he connects an earpiece to his Bluetooth to discuss work projects, to-do lists, and the meaning of life with his closer friends. Confuses a lot of people in the process who think he’s talking to them.

The INFJ

Feels slightly awkward initially, but gradually looks for outliers to connect with. Winds up counseling them on their relationship issues, childhood traumas, and existential crises. Leaves feeling productive but totally drained.

The INTJ

Inwardly berates themselves for arriving early, and makes awkward small talk with the host for a while. Eventually finds a comfortable spot in a quieter corner of the room and listens to a podcast while analyzing the body-language of the various guests.  By the end of the party, he’s figured out everyone’s motives and insecurities and has lost respect for the human race.

The ESFP

Sings karaoke, break dances, and somehow convinces a large group of people to blow their savings on a last-minute trip to Buenos Aires. Winks at the INTJ as they say goodbye.

The ESTP

Somehow manages to win beer pong and a game of Risk while inebriated. Rescues a cat stuck in a tree in an attempt to win the ISFJ over.

The ISFP

Paints a portrait of the INFP and the puppy while jamming to her favorite tunes on her headphones. Looks for anyone unique and quirky and takes stunning Instagram-worthy photos of them on her phone. Is admired by everyone but hardly notices.

The ISTP

Comes in second-place to the ESTP at beer-pong, but then triumphs over everyone else at pool. Tries to avoid all the people who are doing a bad job of hiding their infatuation with him.

The ESFJ

Makes sure everyone has a drink, a snack, and a warm hug. Finds themselves mentoring a group of younger people about various relationship issues.

The ESTJ

Decides this party isn’t being run efficiently, and proceeds to re-organize the kitchen, living area, and bar while cracking quirky, offbeat jokes.

The ISFJ

After helping out in the kitchen, they find themselves circulating through the crowd with outward signs of ease but inward feelings of exhaustion. Escapes outside to feed a stray cat that looks hungry.

The ISTJ

Was dragged to the party by somebody else and would really rather be home. Spends a great deal of time alphabetizing the hosts DVDs and books, then heads up to the roof to look at the stars and listen to a playlist of their favorite songs.

What Are Your Thoughts?

Are you a party lover or a party pooper? Let us know your thoughts and funny experiences in the comments! You also might like the following articles:

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A humorous look at how each personality type would appear at a party. #MBTI #Personality #ENFP #ENTP #INFJ #INTJ

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