Dating for drugs
Myers-Briggs psychology determines how we interact with someone on a daily basis.The knowledge of personality type allows us to see the differences among others as just those — different ways of “being.” Therefore, personality compatibility is heavily based on personal preference.Now, the popular personality test, which analyzes 16 different personality types, is believed to also help us easily identify who our ideal zodiac matches are, what our ideal first date would be, and whether we are romantic, sexual, or lovable.Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers, two psychological theorists, studied the works of Carl Gustav Jung, who divided an individual’s psychological functions into four different categories, producing 16 different personality types.
Fresh khat leaves contain cathinone - a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act Cheeba - Marijuana Cheeo - Marijuana Cheers - LSD Chemo - Marijuana Cherry Meth - GHB Chiba - A black Brazilian form of reefer, usually gummy and compressed into bricks; high potency marijuana from Colombia Chicago Black - Marijuana, term from Chicago Chicago Green - Marijuana Chicken Powder - Methamphetamine Chiefing - To smoke marijuana Chill Room - A room at a RAVE you pay to go to in order to cool off or come down from a high Chillum - A funnel-shaped pipe of Persian origin, in which smoking matter is placed at one end and lit while the smoker inhales one the other end (See Bat); used to smoke opium, hashish, and marijuana China White - A very pure white heroin Chipping - Occasional use of drugs Chips - Tobacco or marijuana cigarettes laced with PCP Chocolate - Marijuana, opium, amphetamine Chocolate Ecstasy - Crack made brown by adding chocolate milk powder during production Chippy - Person who uses drugs infrequently Chira - Marijuana Chocolate Thai - Marijuana Choke Trance - Deadly game cutting off oxygen to produce high similar to inhaling.
Briggs and Myers designed the test with the belief our preferences evolve based on our experiences, interests, needs, values, and motivations.
This suggests personality compatibility is largely based on personal preference.
SP-SJ relationships combine the similar with complimentary qualities, but they differ in how they implement their goals.
The Myers-Briggs matchmaking for relationships is a popular concept but should be further explored.