Harry Potter Obsession.

Hey guys!

I’ve been thinking a lot about good ol’ Harry Potter recently. No, not the character, the story. I think this new obsession has stemmed from noticing an increasing number of Harry Potter themed items in Primark.

I’ve already taken the Pottermore wand, Ilvermorny house and Patronus tests, and have a Chestnut wood wand with a Unicorn Hair core 10 1/4 inch and Brittle flexibility, got into the Pukwudgie Ilvermorny house and have the White Mare patronus.

Now, I wouldn’t want to be reppin’ the wrong house, so of course, I had to take some Harry Potter House tests. Basically, they concluded that I’m a Slytherin. Slytherins are pretty epic, there’s no doubt about that, but they’re not really “me”. If any of you have taken the Pottermore House test recently, you’ll notice that not only is the quiz very different to how it used to be, but the questions also seem rather… Random? I don’t see how a lot of them would even relate to a house, and I honestly have no idea how I came out as a Slytherin. I always used to test as a Hufflepuff, and always play acted being Susan Bones when I’d play Harry Potter with my siblings.

I’m going to do a Harry Potter. My response to the sorting hat saying that I’d do well in Slytherin is “You’re Wrong!” I’m a Hufflepuff. A Slytherin would never even want to be a Hufflepuff. PLUS, if you want to get REALLY intense about the whole thing, I believe in MBTI personality types more strongly than I do the Pottermore sorting hat quiz, and each type generally corresponds to a house. In general:

Gryffindors are: ENTP, ENFP, ESTP and ESFP.

Slytherins are: ENTJ, ESTJ, ISTJ and ISFJ.

Ravenclaws are: INTP, INTJ, INFJ and ISTP.

Hufflepuffs are generally INFP, ENFJ, ISFP and ESFJ types.

See, I’m a bloomin’ Hufflepuff! How could anyone resist their cozy, sunlit common room, full of lively plants? I think if I weren’t a Hufflepuff, I sort-of wouldn’t want to be a Hufflepuff. They’re nothing outstanding, they are just pretty passive and observant, and like to keep the peace. If I were a Slytherin, surely I’d be far too ambitious, leader-oriented, competitive and insensitive to want to be a Hufflepuff? If I were a Gryffindor, surely I’d be too competitive, enjoy being in the spotlight too much and be too much of a leader to want to be a Hufflepuff? If I were a Ravenclaw, wouldn’t I be too academically orientated and too competitive to want to be a Hufflepuff?

I dunno. I’m having a little identity crisis here guys.

I think I’m a Hufflepuff.

I have the Hufflepuff socks to prove it.

From Primark obviously.

Have you taken the Pottermore House test? Which house did you get?! Do you agree with your house? If not, why not take the test real quick and comment below what you get – you just have to quickly make an account, and then answer 10 simple questions to be sorted into a house 🙂 C’mon 90’s kids, where ya’ll at?!?!

– Storm

P.S. I’m a Hufflepuff, not a Slytherin.


My partner is also an INFP?!?

My results: INFP-T (76% introverted, 59% intuitive, 73% feeling, 57% prospecting and 78% turbulent)

My partner’s results: INFP-T (74% introverted, 77% intuitive, 68% feeling, 87% prospecting, 53% turbulent)

… So… Basically our biggest difference in personality (in accordance with these MBTI tests) is that he is 30% more prospecting than I am.

Jesus, we are so alike!

– Storm


So… I’m actually an INFP???

Okay guys, so it had been over a year since I last took any MBTI tests, so I thought it was about time to see what my personality is at the present.

I took some tests! Yes, I did indeed. And you know what? I might not be an INFJ after all.

Shock. Horror.

Okay, so it would be an easy mistake to make. INFPs and INFJs are actually VERY similar personality-wise. The only real way you can distinguish a difference between them is by looking into their cognitive functions.

I haven’t had a good look into the cognitive functions of the types yet, I only did briefly. I do know however that this Ni trait (which is the dominant trait for INFJ’s…) doesn’t make any sense to me (like, at all…) So, if I AM an INFJ, I don’t really understand how my own brain works 😀 Or at least I don’t understand the sites description of how my brain works.

Anyways, so I took 4 tests in total. Not totally out of choice. I decided before embarking on this… Mission… That I would keep taking different tests, until I obtained 2 identical results. I figured that if I obtained 2 identical results, using two different systems, in all likeliness I probably am said type.

My first result was INFP.

My second result was INFJ.

My third result was ISFJ.

My fourth result was INFP.

So, I still don’t REALLY know what I am. I am at least 100% certain I am IXFX though, and pretty damn likely to be INFX. Other than that, well, I’m probably an INFP it seems!

I will go into more detail about MBTI and the cognitive functions when I can. For now, I’m just chuffed that I have (possibly) found which “box” I belong to at this stage in my life. Hell, people change. It happens! When I first took this test just over 3 years ago, I tested as an ENTP believe it or not!!!

Here are some screenshots I took of my test taking. 🙂








(I promise that not all my answers were somewhat…)




So, there you have it I guess! I tried to answer every question by imagining if the event in question was to occur within the next minute or so, and how I’d respond in said situation at that time. I think I have usually responded by just looking to my past experiences and thinking about how I logically think I would respond according to said experiences. People change though, and I wanted to know who I am NOW, not who I have been overall in the history of my life.


Personality types.

Hello again everyone! 🙂

A couple of years ago I decided to take a personality test for fun (as you do), and received from it one of the 16 ‘Myers-Briggs’ personality types. I thought little of it at the time, just as I had with any other quiz I had taken out of boredom that day, and continued on with my merry life.

I recently became reacquainted with the Myers-Briggs’ 16 personality classifications. Upon a relative asking the following question:
“So, which personality type are you then!?”,
my response was something along the lines of:
I suddenly felt the NEED to know which of the 16 personality types I was, and so the search began. I searched the web for personality tests and took the first that was based on the Myers-Briggs personality model. This was on the website: http://www.16personalities.com. From this test, my results confidently told me that my personality type was the ISFJ, and that my type was known as the ‘Defender’! The thing is, I have the mind of a scientist and so I know not to blindly believe the results from a single test – it could easily be flawed and be giving me inaccurate results. So, I then went on and took a second test and lo and behold, my results this time was for the INFJ. This was on the website: http://www.humanmetrics.com. With two varying results, I felt the need to take yet another test. The final test told me that I was somewhere between the INTJ and the INFJ personality types. I decided that heck, INFJ has come out twice, let’s read the different functions to check that it fits best.

The problem with these personality tests is that everyone is so complex and unique, that it is difficult to categorise everyone into one of 16 personality types.

After reading the different functions, I became confident that I do fit best into the INFJ personality type. Although I do like people, I love time to myself and would definitely say that I spend most of my time within my own thoughts – I am confident that I am an introvert.

Although I do like to rely on my senses somewhat, I definitely have a vivid imagination, and prefer to look at the wider picture of possibilities rather than the concrete facts. I am confident that I rely on intuition more than sensing.

Although I like the idea of being fair and being objective, I do feel it is more important to keep a person’s feelings in mind, and that an individuals happiness is ultimately what is most important. If I notice an argument brewing nearby, I will never take sides but will try to create peace in a fair way so that everyone can leave feeling happy. I am confident that I act more on my feelings than my thoughts.

Finally, some aspects of not being judging does appeal to me, but overall I definitely prefer to feel confident with  concrete plans and that everything is set in stone. I am definitely a judger rather than a perceiver.

So, I am the INFJ. Apparently, this is the least common personality type. I am not quite sure why that is, but knowing that definitely makes some sense to me – I have always felt like quite the oddball and have a lot of difficulty making close friends. Most people I meet just seems so… different to me on a fundamental level. I do embrace differences and love variation in general, but I find it difficult to be close to someone who is very different from myself.

Anyways, that’s enough of my rambling. I just find it interesting to discover that there is a classification for the way that I think and behave, and how it is different/similar to the way that others think and behave.

I’d be interested to see what personality type you are so feel free to leave a comment about it below 🙂 It would be especially interesting if a fellow INFJ would leave a comment!

If you would like to take the personality test, I would suggest the second test I took as it seemed the most reliable with it’s results: www.humanmetrics.com (it is called the ‘Jung Typology Test’ on this website.)