How MBTI Types Approach Rules →


ENTJ: I make the rules.
ESTJ: I’ve written down the rules and made copies for everyone.
ESFJ: I’ve bent over backwards to fulfill all the rules.
ENFJ: Rules are great – they help us be better people.
INTJ: I’ve discovered all the inconsistencies with the rules and therefore consider them void.
INFJ: These rules are not benefiting me. I’m making up my own rules.
ISTJ: I’ve completed everything according to the rules.
ISFJ: These rules suck!!! *goes along with the rules*
ENFP: Ooops! I didn’t realize there were rules!
ENTP: I’ve discovered these rules are not actually fulfilling their purpose, let me explain why.
ESFP: Is there a fine for breaking the rules? I’ll just pay that.
ESTP: Watch me break the rules!!!!!
INTP: I’ve figured out a way to bend each rule.
ISTP: These rules are important for others, and if I feel like it I might follow along.
ISFP: I’m breaking all the rules, but it’s okay because I don’t think anyone noticed.
INFP: Completely unaware that rules exist, worried about why everyone seems so stressed.

  • me: does this look better one pixel to the left or one pixel to the right
  • me: I can't decide between these two incredibly similar colors
  • me: should this be on overlay or soft light
  • me: 75% OR 74% OPACITY


an emotional roller coaster from start to finish


*loses a follower*
*checks fave mutuals*
yeah ok whatever later nerd

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neutralnewt answered

that is the most correct answer u could possibly give


Color palette tutorial time!

This is by no means the Only Way To Pick Colors—it’s just a relatively-simple method I use sometimes.  I’ve found it works pretty well, almost regardless of what colors you pick—as long as you can keep them organized by those light/dark warm/cool categories, and make sure one category takes up a significantly higher proportion of page space, it usually turns out pretty good!


you know what would be really cool is if massive didn’t take 10 seconds to open every time i need to make one small adjustment to a track

waiting 10 seconds seems like such a short amount of time but do it like 1 or 2 hundred times a day and that shit adds up. that’s like. 20 or 30 minutes. i could discover a cure for ebola or order a large pizza in that time. you never know