Who else has ever found themselves mid-way through an episode of Vanderpump Rules, wondering how its notoriously dramatic cast manages to feel so absurd and so relatable, all at once? Psychology says you're not alone. In fact, it's possible that you can find out which Vanderpump Rules star you are based on your Myers-Briggs personality type — and you just might share a similar set of psychological preferences. For everyone out there currently wondering what the heck psychological preferences have to do with the bizarre, often booze-fueled antics of the Vanderpump Rules cast, sit tight. We've got to hammer out some logistics first.
One way to get a sense of your own unique set of psychological preferences — if you haven't already — involves an introspective questionnaire called the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (or MBTI), which segments those preferences into 16 different personality types. Those types are segmented into four sub-categories: Analysts, Diplomats, Sentinels, and Explorers. Those who've taken the survey before probably already know that the MBTI basically analyzes the participant's responses and doles out the name of one of the 16 types. According to the test's most rudimentary theories, these personality types essentially equip every individual (yes, even the stars of Vanderpump Rules) with a unique band of predisposed psychological preferences and behaviors — to a certain extent, at least.
So, for those MBTI newbies, go ahead and take the survey here, if you get a chance. That way, you too can find out which Vanderpump Rules star you are, based on your Myers-Briggs personality type. (Apologies to all the lovely INTJs, INFPs, INTPs and ISTJs, who don't seem to have a personality counterpart on Vanderpump.)