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.
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.
Assassin Of Youth - Marijuana Astro Turf - Marijuana Atom Bomb - Marijuana mixed with heroin Atshitshi - Marijuana Aunt Hazel - Heroin Aunt Mary - Marijuana Aunt Nora - Cocaine Aunti - Opium Aunti Emma - Opium Aurora Borealis - PCP B - Amount of marijuana to fill a matchbox B-40 - Cigar laced with marijuana and dipped in malt liquor BC Bud - Marijuana from British Columbia; synonymous with any high-grade marijuana from Canada BDMPEA - (2-(4-Bromo-2,5-dimethoxy-phenyl)-ethylamine), nexus, venus, bromo, spectrum, toonies, MFT B.
J.’s - Crack cocaine Babe - Drug used for detoxification Baby - Marijuana Baby T - Crack Cocaine Baby Bhang - Marijuana Baby Habit - Occasional use of drugs Baby Sit - To "guide" someone through a first drug experience Baby Slits - MDMA Baby T - Crack Babysitter - Marijuana Back To Back - Smoking crack after injecting heroin or using heroin after smoking crack Backbreakers - LSD and strychnine Back Door - Residue left in a pipe Backjack - Injecting opium Backtrack - Letting blood back up into a syringe to ensure the needle’s in a vein Backup - Prepare vein for injection Backwards - Depressant Bad Bundle - Inferior quality heroin Bad Trip - Unpleasant LSD experience; unpleasant episode with a hallucinogen Bad - Crack Bad Go - Bad reaction to a drug Bad Seed - Peyote, heroin, marijuana, marijuana combined with peyote Bag - Packet of drugs, usually a standard amount for sale; container for drugs; a package of drugs, usually marijuana or heroin; a person's favorite drug Bagboy - Someone who sells dope for someone else Bag Bride - Drug-using prostitute Bag Man - Person who transports money Bagging - Using inhalants Baked - High (stoned) on marijuana Baker - Person who smokes marijuana Bale -Marijuana Ball - Crack Balling - Vaginally implanted cocaine Balloon - Heroin supplier; container for drugs Ballot - Heroin Bam - Methamphetamine Bamba - Marijuana Bambalacha - Marijuana Bammies - A poor quality of marijuana Bammy - Marijuana Banano - Marijuana joint laced with cocaine Bang - To inject a drug; narcotics; inhalants Bar - Marijuana Barbs - Barbiturates; downers, reds Bar Crawl - Going to several bars in a row drinking;encouraging intoxication in groups Barrels - LSD Base - Cocaine Baseball - Crack Cocaine Bash - Marijuana Basuco - Cocaine; cocaine paste residue sprinkled on marijuana or tobacco cigarettes Bat - Can be used as a cigarette holder or as a small tube pipe (See Chillum) Bathtub Crank - Poor quality methamphetamine; methamphetamine produced in bathtubs Bathtub Speed - Methcathinone (See Cat) Battery Acid - LSD, GHB Batu - Methamphetamine Bazooka - Cocaine; crack; combination of crack and marijuana; crack and tobacco combined in a joint; coca paste and marijuana B-Bombs - Methamphetamine Beam, (Beem) -Cocaine; Crack Beamer, (Beemers) - Crack user Bean(s) - Capsules for drugs; MDMA, amphetamines Beat - To cheat someone Beasties - Huge marijuana buds, the flowering part of the plant, which contains the most THC Bebe - Crack Bedbugs - Fellow addicts Beedies - Cigarettes from India (resemble marijuana joints/vehicle for other drugs) Beer Bong, (Hose Monster) - Funnel with hose attached, used to drink large amounts of alcohol quickly; considered a drinking game Belted - Under the influence of a drug; intoxicated Belushi - Using cocaine and heroin Belyando Spruce - Marijuana Bender - Drug party Bennies, Bens, Benz - Benzedrine; "peaches", amphetamines, methamphetamines Benzedrine - Type of amphetamine, bennies, bens, benz Bernie - Cocaine Bhang - Marijuana, Indian term Big C - Cocaine Big Chief - Mescaline Big D - Slang for LSD Big H - Heroin Big Man - Supplier of drugs Big O - Opium Biker’s Coffee - Metamphetamine Bin Laden - Heroin (after September 11) Bindle - A small packet of drug powder, often heroin, wrapped in tin foil Bing - Enough of a drug for one dose Bingo - To inject a drug Biphetamine - Type of amphetamine Birthday Crawl - Birthday person gets free drinks as he/she goes from bar to bar with a group; encourages intoxication; drinking game Biscuits - MDMA Bite One's Lips - To smoke marijuana Black - Opium; marijuana; methamphetamine Black and White - Methamphetamine Black Acid - LSD; LSD with PCP Black Bart - Marijuana Black Beauties - Amphetamines, methamphetamine Black Birds - Amphetamines, methamphetamine Black Bombers - Amphetamines, methamphetamine Black Cadillacs - Methamphetamine Black Ganga - Marijuana resin Black Gold - Potent marijuana Black Gungi - Marijuana from India Black Gunion - Marijuana Black Hash - Opium and hashish Black Hollies - Amphetamines, methamphetamine Black Mo/Black Moat - Highly potent marijuana Black Mollies - Amphetamines, methamphetamine Black Mote - Marijuana mixed with honey Black Out - Loss of memory for events occurring while heavily intoxicated with alcohol, other sedative/hypnotic drugs Black Pearl - Heroin Black Pill - Opium pill Black Rock - Crack cocaine Black Russian - Very potent hashish mixed with opium Black Star - LSD Black Tabs - LSD Black Tar - Heroin Black Whack - PCP Blackout - The practice of cutting off oxygen in an effort to attain a drug-like high; also known as flatliner, space monkey Blanca - Cocaine Blanco - Heroin Blanket - Marijuana cigarette Blanks - Low-quality drugs Blast - Cocaine, to smoke marijuana or crack; marijuana Blast A Joint - To smoke marijuana Blast A Roach - To smoke marijuana Blast A Stick - To smoke marijuana Blasted - High /intoxicated on drugs; under the influence of drugs Blaxing - Smoking marijuana Blaze - Marijuana Blazin' - Smoking marijuana Blizzard - Cocaine Block - Marijuana Blond - Marijuana Blotter - LSD Blotter Acid - LSD Blotter Cube - LSD Blow - Smoke marijuana; snort, sniff or smoke cocaine; to inject heroin Blow A Stick - To smoke marijuana Blow Blue - To inhale cocaine Blow Boost - To inhale cocaine Blow Coke - To inhale cocaine Blow One’s Roof - Smoke marijuana Blowing Smoke - Marijuana Blue Acid - LSD Blue Angels - Depressants Blue Belly - Methamphetamine Blue Birds - Depressants Blue Boy - Amphetamine Blue Chairs - LSD Blue Cheers - LSD Blue de Hue - Marijuana from Vietnam Blue Devils - Amobarbital Blue Heaven - LSD Blue Microdot - LSD Blue Mist - LSD Blue Moons - LSD Blue Nitro - Dietary supplement containing GBI (Gamma Butyrolactone) similar to GHB Blue Sage - Marijuana Blue Sky Blond - Potent marijuanafrom Columbia Blue Velvet - combination of elixir terpin hydrate with codeine and tripelennamine used as weak heroin substitute; combination of paregoric and PBZ (pyribenzamine or tripelennamine) used as weak heroin substitute Blues - Valium Blunts - Extra large marijuana cigarette because it is made from the hollowed out wrapper of a cigar.
bushman's tea, gat, kat, khat, miraa, qat, chat, tohai, and tschat; a flowering shrub native to northeast Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.
For example, if you have an ENFJ personality like myself, you are labeled as “The Educator,” who is very warm, empathetic, responsive, and responsible.
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.
The theories of “like is attracted to like” and “opposites attract” are challenged by personality types, since they are best thought of as “complimenting” each other.
For example, the most frequent mating is between Introverted Experiencers and Extraverted Experiencers (SP Experiencers) and Introverted Traditionalists and Extraverted Traditionalists (SJ Traditionalists), which is not or opposites attracting.