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Remember that Myers-Briggs test your employer made you take? Well forget it.

13 thoughts on “Remember that Myers-Briggs test your employer made you take? Well forget it.

  1. I guess that if you write for The New Yorker you don't have to cite The New Yorker writer Robert Benchley as coining the opening sentence.

  2. “In reading for pleasure, do you (a) Enjoy odd or original ways of saying things; or (b) Like writers to say exactly what they mean?” (It’s unclear why these are mutually exclusive alternatives.)

    Both, please and thank you, depending on the topic. WITAF is this question supposed to indicate, anyway?

    /FFS

    1. "Your co-worker lays on his back, in a puddle of coffee in the break room, beating his legs, trying to turn himself over but he can't. Not without your help. But you're not helping. Why is that?"

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