Situation - You are observing when someone is involved with a PARTY - A little shindig™
When someone is involved with partying
can make it easy for you to pick their pattern
Observing people arranging and participating in a party is one of Elizabeth Hunter™'s favourite pastimes. I am not the party animal as you will see below when I describe what the Enhancer does at a party. If you know how I loathe functions such as parents cocktail parties, you will laugh. However, it's whan folk let their guard down which is pattern picking heaven prior to Titanium Imposition™.
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Here are all sixteen patterns - all at the little shindig™. You will be here, too!
1. Can it be the Director - ESTJ?
The Director decides the party is not being run efficiently:
At the party, The Director proceeds to re-organize the kitchen, living area and bar while cracking quirky, offbeat jokes. The party has to run their way.
2. Can it be the Developer - ENTJ?
The Developer was not involved in the planning:
The Developer was involved very little in the actual planning or festivities. The Developer loathes the planning and details, but was in, attending the event dressed in Batcapes and equipped with utility belts.
At the party, immediately hates small talk and meaningless banter so connects an earpiece to their 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 the Developer is talking to them. Threatened to call the party off if the noise situation was not brought into control. The Agent spoke up and all was forgotten. Went back to party mode.
3. Can it be the Results - ESTP?
The Results puts up the money and the venue:
The Results graciously hosted the party at his house; even putting up a majority of the funds to throw such an elaborate event. While the idea to get together belonged to the Agent, it was actually the Appraiser who suggested throwing the party in the first place. Everyone got on-board.
Was involved very little in the actual planning or festivities. The Results loathes the planning and details, but was in, attending the event dressed in Batcapes and equipped with utility belts.
When the party got going, somehow manages to win beer pong and a game of Risk while intoxicated. Rescues a cat stuck in a tree in an attempt to win the Practitioner over. Seemingly got agitated when the party got out of control but soon went back to party mode. Decided to be the judge of the best costume. Decided everyone needed to eat. Got out the bbq and then ordered pizza.
4. Can it be the Inspirational - ENTP?
The Inspirational realises he can debate anything with anyone:
The Inspirational immediately gets in a debate with the Director about politics, religion and the organization of the snack table. They do not care at all about how the snack table is actually organized. Later, joins in with the Promoter's group because the brainstorming session going on there is way too enticing.
5. Can it be the Persuader - ENFJ?
The Persuader just turns up:
The Persuader 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.
6. Can it be the Appraiser - ESFJ
The Appraiser was the emcee:
The Appraiser planned the entertainment, actually spending some time on the details. The original plan was for drinks, chips and candy. Made the others promise to have the cool candy. The DJ was hired and the Karaoke was kicked off and the Appraiser even got everyone on the dance floor, especially the Agent! And, yes, as you already guessed as it is shown above, the Appraiser also went on to emcee the event – oblivious to what friends were currently doing.
At the party, made sure everyone had a drink, a snack and a warm hug. Finds being involved mentoring a group of younger people about various relationship issues.
7. Can it be the Promoter - ENFP?
The Promoter arrives late, as per usual:
The Promoter 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. When asked to contribute to the cost of the ordered pizza, has no money.
8. Can it be the Counselor - ESFP
The Counselor is the life of the party:
The Counselor came in ready to mingle. barely able to wait for the big night. In conjunction with the Agent, figured out what they wanted to do, who they wanted to invite and what they should eat. The Counselor did not really care about the details. That was left up to Sally.
At the party, the Counslor decided to dress as “Cinderella Being Abducted by Aliens,” and started inviting people outside of the party's direct circle. Invited were the partner's new boss, the lady at the pawnshop and that cute new guy who was met at a concert the previous week. Suspected the spiker of the punch but not caught, maybe in conjunction with the Appraiser, because the Developer, the Agent, the Specialist, the Perfectionist and the OT were all too worried – each in their own way – that something could go wrong!
9. Can it be the Specialist - ISFP
The Specialist landed a lot of the work:
The Specialist waited for the party plan to be finalised by waiting for an opportunity to place a last-minute bid on a more traditional costume before settling on being a Doctor. As the Appriser's ideas grew, so did the Specialist's to-do list.
At the party, as the arty type, paints a portrait of the Agent and the puppy while jamming to favorite tunes on the headphones. Looks for anyone unique and quirky and takes stunning Instagram-worthy photos of them on the phone. Is admired by everyone, but hardly notices.
10. Can it be the Investigator - INFJ?
The Investigator is uncertain as to how things might go:
The Investigator 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.
11. Can it be the Agent - INFP?
The Agent did the invitations and contacted people:
The Agent invited close friends and co-workers, making phone calls and sending out handwritten invitations with individual messages attached. Kept in regular contact with the Specialist and the Appraiser. As the Appraiser's ideas continued growing, so did the Specialist's to-do list.
At the party, remained 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). At the behest of the Developer and Agent called the neighbours to placate and apologise to them. Went back to party mode. Thought everyone deserved a little prize so made little baggies for everyone to take home.
12. Can it be the Achiever - ISTP?
The Achiever is on the lookout for a game of anything:
The Achiever comes in second-place to the Results 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.
13. Can it be the Practitioner - ISFJ?
The Practitioner wants it to be a frictionless event:
The Practitioner helps out in the kitchen and then is found circulating through the crowd with outward signs of ease but inward feelings of exhaustion. Escapes outside to feed a stray cat that looks hungry.
14. Can it be the Objective Thinker - ISTJ?
The OT stayed in the background:
The OT stepped in to help the Agent and the Specialist. Dressed as obscure comic book character, calculated the budgets and worked out all the cost details.
Kept in regular contact with The Agent and the Specialist regarding the party plan and then when it came time for them to take over, did all the shopping with the Perfectionist.
The OT was dragged to the party by somebody else and would really rather be home. Did not like all the noise and the crowd. Spent a great deal of time alphabetizing the host's DVDs and books. Then headed up to the roof to look at the stars and listen to a playlist of their favorite songs. However, the OT noticed how loud the party was getting and this caused the Practitioner to get involved. With that sorted went back to party mode.
15. Can it be the Perfectionist - INTP?
The Perfectionist assessed the capacity:
The Perfectionist stepped in to help the Agent and the Specialist. Dressed as obscure comic book character, calculated the time necessary to plan such an event. Calculated the backyard capacity and figured out how many people would fit inside, should it rain or snow.
Kept in regular contact with The Agent and the Specialist regarding the party plan and then when it came time for them to take over, did all the shopping with the OT.
At the party, tries to avoid making small talk by taking his Playstation to a private room where playing “Elder Scrolls” can take place in peace. Gets an unpleasant surprise when the best friend stumbles in later with his secret crush. When the party became too loud was pressed into service and called the Developer and Agent over to suggest that the neighbours be informed before the police arrived and issued a penalty notice. When that was sorted, went back to party mode. At the conclusion of the party, invited all over to play video games at a future date.
16. Can it be the Enhancer - INTJ?
The Enhancer does not want to attend:
The Enhancer is the greatest planner but wants nothing to do with functions that need not be attended.
Forced to attend, inwardly berates for arriving early (a usual circumstance) and makes awkward small talk, which is detested, with the host (the Results) 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, has figured out everyone’s motives, insecurities and Disc pattern and has lost all respect for the human race.