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Obnoxiousness Explorer™

Observing people when they are obnoxious, spiteful or objectionable can be handy when picking someone's pattern.

You will most likely need assistance :-) This might tell you what but it will not tell you how. Here are all sixteen patterns, all spiteful or objectionable to a degree - you will be here, too! Contact us for an obligation free quote.

Conducted and Composed by Elizabeth Hunter™ - Last Update 26 October, 2018

1 - Director - ESTJ

On the Surface: Move bitch, get out of the way.

In the Middle: Not evil.

Deepest / Advanced: Enough. Move right now before I swear.

Dialogue: The Director likes to lecture people about how things “should” be done. The Director believes their way is the only right way and will shut opposing opinions down by arguing relentlessly and going into excessive details as a way to overwhelm their opponents. The Director must be in charge and they pride themselves on their black and white, direct opinions coupled with an unwillingness to compromise. When the Director inevitably hurts someone else’s feelings, they chalk it up to the other person being a “snowflake” or overly sensitive without taking any responsibility for their harshness. The Director tends to see flaws in other people’s behaviors without looking inward to see their own shortcomings.


2 - Developer - ENTJ

On the Surface: Executive aggressive style evil.

In the Middle: Seriously kind.

Deepest / Advanced: A psychopath who commits antisocial and sometimes violent acts and fails to feel any guilt for these acts.

Dialogue: The Developer is extremely argumentative and critical. They see ways that everything could be better, but this turns into fault-finding behavior as well as a need to control and dominate. They can become verbally aggressive and condescending, pointing out other people’s weaknesses and criticizing their logic without giving them a chance to defend themselves. They will usually perceive their non-preferred preferences in a negative light. 'Feelers' are “irrational” and 'sensors' are “boring conformists” to them. This kind of superiority complex prevents them from developing and maturing as an individual and seriously hinders their relationships. I do not care if you call me an insensitive bastard, as long as I remain an efficient bastard.


3 - Results - ESTP

On the Surface: My middle name is 'Dangerous'.

In the Middle: Fight me.

Deepest / Advanced: Results folk are all bluster and are little bunnies.

Dialogue: The Results person will want to be the center of attention and will talk over others, interrupting them and becoming loud and overbearing. As they get caught up in the moment they may make inconsiderate jokes or be surprisingly blunt and tactless as a way to get some momentum going. The Results person can become oblivious to the feelings of the people around them. Sometimes this leads to careless mocking of others, even if they don not necessarily mean to cause offence.


4 - Inspirational - ENTP

On the Surface: Evil laugh (as thinking of evil things) sometimes followed by a cough.

In the Middle: Antisocial evil showing a lack of sense of moral responsibility or social conscience.

Deepest / Advanced: I did not mean to be so evil.

Dialogue: The Inspirational tends to be brash, condescending and overly focused on novelty. They want to try everything in new ways and they can go overboard and waste time changing things that are already working. They also tend to be extremely argumentative, unwilling to drop an argument, even using distorted logic to back up their opinions. The Inspirational usually sees preferences outside of their own as negative or worthless. They might see 'feeling' types as irrational or over-sensitive and 'sensing' types as dull and conforming. This mindset prohibits them from developing their strengths or gaining better control of their weaknesses.


Besides the practical knowledge which defeats offers, there are important personality profits to be taken."

William M. Marston, Creator of the Disc Pattern Method. (Perfectionist)

5 - Persuader - ENFJ

On the Surface: 1% evil with a 1% margin of error.

In the Middle: With smirk, "Are you sure you want to mess with me"?

Deepest / Advanced: I told you the world is in flames.

Dialogue: The Persuader tends to become over-involved in the affairs of others. They can be overbearing, needy, and insistent on their way. They see themselves as peacemakers and tend to believe they know what’s in everyone else’s best interest. While they appear friendly and accommodating at first glance, over time they will be critical and passive-aggressive to people who have differing opinions about how things should be done. They get especially frustrated with people who upset harmony, even for good reason. In an argument the Persuader tends to take what they perceive as the moral high-ground and will become judgmental and self-righteous, using faulty logic to back up their values.


6 - Appraiser - ESFJ

On the Surface: Not evil.

In the Middle: Passive-aggressive evil.

Deepest / Advanced: The Appraiser can set you on fire.

Dialogue: The Appraiser is desperate never to lose face in front of others. They try to take a leading role in social situations so that they never have to feel out-of-the-loop or directed by anyone who calls on them to act against their natural preferences. They enjoy gossip or any kind of communication that makes them feel like they are part of a “special club”. They can also be critical and judgmental towards people who do not share their views or who do not follow social rules or customs.


7 - Promoter - ENFP

On the Surface: A flower.

In the Middle: You make a perfume with the petals of the flowers and you die intoxicated.

Deepest / Advanced: 200% evil. The most evil of the 16.

Dialogue: The Promoter tends to be distractable, self-centered and forceful with their opinions. They are pushy about their way of thinking and can relentlessly try to get others on board with their perspective. People who do not agree with them are seen as “conformists” or narrow-minded. The Promoter at this level of development tends to be so focused on novelty and innovation that they keep trying to “fix” systems and situations that are not broken. In their effort to add excitement and interest to their lives they can flit from idea to idea and project to project, being both inconsistent and unreliable.


8 - Counselor - ESFP

On the Surface: Smiles and giggles.

In the Middle: Invokes super rude and disrespectful bitch mode.

Deepest / Advanced: Regrets all they said and did in bitch mode; does not really care; sort of evil, but not dangerous.

Dialogue: The Counselor will want to create excitement and will go to any lengths to do so. They tend to speak loudly, make mischief, or embarrass themselves or others to get a laugh. They tend to find pessimistic or reserved individuals irritating and repulsive and may disregard their input on things or shut them down if they try to get a word in. The Counselor tends to find people with opposite preferences as “wrong”. They see 'thinkers' as cold or uncaring and 'intuitives' as unrealistic or pretentious.


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9 - Specialist - ISFP

On the Surface: Calm evil.

In the Middle: Slightly bitchy behaviour.

Deepest / Advanced: Get out of my face you son of a bitch.

Dialogue: The Specialist is relatively reserved and tends to adopt a “live and let live” mentality they are rarely spiteful in the typical sense. However, in conflict situations the Specialist can become severely judgmental and self-righteous. They tend to see themselves as “misfits” in a world full of conformists and if pressed can become uncharacteristically blunt and vicious in their attack of people with opposing views. This is especially true if those views conflict with one of the Specialist's personal values. They can be unaware of how others really may be perceiving them because they are so stuck in their own perspective.


10 - Investigator - INFJ

On the Surface: Pretty kind.

In the Middle: The Investigator's hidden malice starts showing up.

Deepest / Advanced: They are so done with you they could kill you with only one hand.

Dialogue: The Investigator is not naturally pushy or loud, so they do not tend to seem spiteful in the typical sense of the word. However, since many Investigators have a hard time speaking up for themselves and the things they want in life they can develop irritating coping mechanisms. They tend to find themselves camouflaging their true nature so that they are not misunderstood. The result of this is usually resentment, self-pity, or a feeling of being overwhelmed. The Investigator tends to think that people are plotting against them or dislike them and may misread the signals of others and take things personally that were not meant in a negative or critical way. Over time this way of thinking can result in passive-aggression, a martyr complex, or a chronic feeling of uneasiness in the world.


11 - Agent - INFP

On the Surface: Opinionated yet harmless evil.

In the Middle: Opinionated evil.

Deepest / Advanced: Wise advice is to run and hide from these loons.

Dialogue: The Agent is typically reserved and open-minded and is usually not spiteful in the traditional sense of the word. However, if they feel their values are threatened or if they are in conflict situations, they can become over-sensitive, self-pitying and self-righteous. The Agent will refuse to accept the idea that there might be ground to consider someone else’s opinion or way of life. Instead they may take a morally superior stance, condemning other people’s views as immoral or cruel. The Agent can seem to enjoy a status of being misunderstood because it reinforces the idea that they alone are the righteous people fighting against injustice.


12 - Achiever - ISTP

On the Surface: You do not really know what to expect.

In the Middle: Bad boy, bad girl, oh no!

Deepest / Advanced: May be the cutest of the 16.

Dialogue: The Achiever tends to be independent and non-controlling individuals, rarely will you see them being spiteful in the typical sense of the word. However, some types might see them as overly aloof and critical. In an effort to be truthful, the Achiever may offend others and fail to see the inter-personal context of situations. They can also look down on people with other preferences, seeing them as “wrong” rather than different. They can see 'feelers' as needlessly meddling or sensitive and 'intuitives' as oversensitive or “flighty”.


13 - Practitioner - ISFJ

On the Surface: Loving and caring.

In the Middle: Practitioners kind of hate you and your petitions but they can handle it.

Deepest / Advanced: Best to nick off and leave the Practitioner alone or you may regret it later.

Dialogue: The Practitioner presents an appearance of “having it all together” and at first glance seems friendly and accommodating. But it is not long before a sense of self-righteousness seeps into everything they do. They try to help people and care for them, but while they do this they cultivate a “martyr complex”, never feeling recognised or affirmed enough. They tend to fall into bouts of self-pity and become passive-aggressive with the people around them.


Pick me when I'm spiteful!
Figure #5. Pick me when I'm spiteful!

14 - Objective Thinker - ISTJ

On the Surface: Cold cat.

In the Middle: Angry cat.

Deepest / Advanced: Cold and angry cat.

Dialogue: The OT likes to beat others over the head with their “rule book” of how life is supposed to be lived. Can tend to see people who are not like them as deficient. 'Feelers' are irrational and needlessly get involved in the affairs of others. 'Perceivers' are lazy. 'Intuitives' are full of hair-brained, unrealistic ideas. The OT will fold their arms and smirk at the ways of others and will either silently judge or give harsh truths as an effort to “help” people be better versions of themselves. Only what they really want is for others to be more like them.


15 - Perfectionist - INTP

On the Surface: Zero evil.

In the Middle: Do not mess with my state of being a fan or enthusiast of some thing or some one.

Deepest / Advanced: Tries to be 110% evil because they do not want to be the 'good ones'.

Dialogue: The Perfectionist tends to be very private individuals they are unlikely to seem spiteful in the typical sense. They are more likely to annoy people by being overly critical, forgetful or oblivious to emotions. The Perfectionist generally wants to be left alone but, if they are forced to interact with others, they tend to point out errors in logic and assume they know what the other person is going to say before they say it. Interrupting or “tuning out” of the conversation is normal for them. The Perfectionist tends to find fault with preferences other than their own. They will see 'feeling' types as irrational or needlessly concerned with others and they may see 'sensors' as dull or unimaginative.


16 - Enhancer - INTJ

On the Surface: You would be better off by staying away.

In the Middle: When you know an Enhancer well, they really are not as evil as you might have thought.

Deepest / Advanced: The Enhancer has already killed you.

Dialogue: The Enhancer tends to assume that they know what other people are going to say before they say it. They finish people’s sentences, interrupt and interject criticisms before the speaker has had a chance to finish their sentence. They appear condescending and patronising – viewing 'feelers' as less intelligent and 'sensors' as dull or narrow minded. The Enhancer is overly eager to position themself as the ultimate thought leader on every idea. They tend to be poor listeners and are cut off from their normal ability to empathise and understand the perspectives of others.


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