The Bully can make it easy for you to pick their pattern

The Result of Bullying

We are talking here about someone who uses bully-boy tactics. They are in 'destructive or toxic mode'. You disapprove of them because they use rough and aggressive methods.
Bullies hurt others either physically, mentally or emotionally. They can ruin a persons life, just to make themselves feel better. This site is of the view that it is nigh on impossible to 'stop bullying' despite only 15% of the population are 'bullies' - per the Disc classification.

There is one clear pattern here that is the full time bully. And one who wants to fight straight away. Can you pick them?

There are 9 Different Types of Bullies and we match them to the patterns on this page.
Type 1 - Physical Bully
As the name suggests, this bully is all about strength and brute force. They are not likely to have the intellectual nous to be able to bully their victims. Consequently, they are likely to use muscle power to do the bullying.
Type 2 - Passive-Aggressive Bully
Some bullies are not in your face and violent in a physical way. Yet they can cause just as much harm by their actions. These types of bullies use manipulative behaviour to confuse people into thinking their reactions are so far off base that they are crazy (aka 'gaslighting'). This includes sending mixed messages, giving the silent treatment, sulking or blaming you for their problems.
Type 3 - Blunt Bully
Unlike the passive-aggressive bully, the blunt bully does not do anything in an ambiguous manner. Their words are weapons of war.
Type 4 - Gossip Bully
While sticks and stones might not break any bones, gossip behind people’s backs can ruin lives. This is a particularly insidious type of bully. The method includes spreading malicious rumours or untruths about another person.
Type 5 - Cyber Bully
This type of bully is relatively new but no less dangerous or traumatic. Most people have access to the Internet and that is what makes cyberbullying so damaging; it never stops. Trolling or keyboard warriors might be new terms but the harm they can do should not be underestimated.
Type 6 - Bystander Bully
Not getting involved is a typical reaction. This site pays tribute to the Melbourne lawyer and former University Blacks player, Brendan Keilar, who was killed when he became involved in going to someone's aid in 2007. Bystanding may be the safest option depending on the circimstances. The bully is the person acting in an unacceptable manner. That's why the highly regarded Brendan went in to assist.
Type 7 - Workplace Bully
The workplace bully is becoming more and more commonplace. It often done by those who abuse their authority and positions of power to undermine co-workers. It is important to remember that we spend an awful lot of time at work so the effects of bullying at work can have devastating consequences. Despite the law being on the side of the victim, the CLM is still alive and well. The CLM, the Career Limiting Move, is when the complainer has their career destroyed by identifying the bully.
Type 8 - Social Climber Bully
This may be when popular folk are more likely to bully their peers, rather than troubled employees or students. In school, students near the top of the social hierarchy at school are more likely to bully other students. The more kids care about being popular, the more aggressive they are.
Type 9 - The Non Bully

Hidden Causes behind the Different Types of Bullies and Their Behaviour.
Bullying is a complex issue. As such, there are many different reasons why a person would resort to this sort of behaviour.
The bully had a difficult home life.
They suffered significant trauma in their life.
The bully has been bullied before and they are repeating this behavior to make themselves feel better.
They are attention-seeking and know no other way of focusing it on themselves.
They have low self-esteem and use bullying to bolster their own confidence.
The bully belongs to a group and does not want to feel like an outsider.
They had limited access to education.
They want to be popular with their peers.

While spotting a bully is reasonably easy, you will most likely need assistance :-) This website might tell you what but it will not tell you how. Here is how all Disc types react - all sixteen patterns - match the behaviour you are observing.

Contact us for an obligation free quote. Conducted and composed by Elizabeth Hunter™ - Last Update 30 September, 2019

1. Is the bully the Director - ESTJ?

The Director is the Border Collie

Likely to bully others: Yes. When toxic, the Director is dictatorial, aggressive and controlling.
They believe that they know what’s best for everyone, and that it's 'my way or the highway'.

Likely Bully Type: Type 3 - Blunt Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: Sir, you are in deep trouble!

Walks triumphantly away as if discovered a jackpot. Reports the bully to the authorities. Becomes president of a newly formed anti-bully committee. Commands an army of Objective Thinkers and polices the corridors. Employees / students feel safe and are generally open about the policing force. Becomes the model student. Feels incredibly satisfied once the bully is arrested or brought to justice.

2. Is the bully the Developer - ENTJ?

The Developer is the German Shepherd

Likely to bully others: Yes. When toxic, the Developer is dominating, aggressive and quick-tempered.
Domination is a game to them, and they are increasingly power hungry as they become more and more unhealthy.

Likely Bully Type: Type 3 - Blunt Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: Piss Off.

Likely to be the bully as thrives on confrontation. If not the bully, on this rare occasion, is nevertheless still likely to tell the bully to f**k off. Alternatively, is likely to fight the bully and win and therefore take their place. If a Developer sees a person bullying another person is likely to step up and tell the bully to pick on someone their own size. This bully might not back off and the Developer then defeats the bully with one uppercut, physical or oral. The victim thanks the Developer but is then given a lecture and set of instructions about what should and should not be done. This is the classic full time bully. This is the behaviour pattern the anti bullying activists must target.

3. Is the bully the Results - ESTP?

The Results is the Jack Russell Terrier

Likely to bully others: Yes. When toxic, the Results seek thrills, opportunities and pleasure at the expense of anyone who gets in their way.
Can be reckless, dangerously impulsive and self-indulgent.

Likely Bully Type: Type 1 - Physical Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: Oh? You wanna fight, huh?

The bully is impressed. The bully either recruits the Results person or the Results person beats up the bully and takes his place. In that case, the Results person shouts and fights the bully in the corridor. Attracts attention. The Results person's charisma wins the crowd until the Objective Thinker or Director from the police arrests both.

4. Is the bully the Inspirational - ENTP?

The Inspirational is the Bull Terrier

Likely to bully others: Yes. When toxic, the Inspirational is arrogant, dishonest and self-centered.
Should you observe anyone rejecting an idea the Inspirational has come up with, expect that the Inspirational may decide to discriminate, mock or bully this same person.

Likely Bully Type: Type 7 - Workplace Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: You are kidding? I thought...

Argues with the bully and/or becomes a machine gun of a million comebacks and twists. Likely to be throat-punched by the bully so the bully shuts up the Inspirational. Likely to get hospitalised. Likely to confront the bully next time and bring forth a storm of arguments, insults and threats. The bully will either tear up or throat-punch the Inspirational again.

5. Is the bully the Persuader - ENFJ?

The Persuader is the Boxer

Likely to bully others: Yes. When toxic, the Persuader is dramatic, overbearing and manipulative.
The Persuader can seem incredibly kind and exuberant in person and then ridicule and mock you to others behind your back. You should watch out for these stories.

Likely Bully Type: Type 4 - Gossip Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: Hey! (Calls to stranger) Hey you! (Calls to another stranger) You come here! (Calls to yet another stranger).

People begin blocking the area and an overwhelming majority is attracted by the Persuader thereby placing the bully and his cronies in the minority. Cries out "Check this guy out, he’s trying to make a hassle out of things. He’s trying to bully people. He shouldn’t. It’s not fair. Show him its not fair." People begin pointing at the bully and insults begin spewing. The bully concedes. Later, the Persuader begins giving speeches at meetings or gatherings and starts an anti-bullying campaign.

6. Is the bully the Appraiser - ESFJ

The Appraiser is the Great Dane

Likely to bully others: Yes. When toxic, the Appraiser is manipulative, controlling and prone to gossip.
The Appraiser will berate anyone who does not follow “the rules”, even if those rules are corrupt.

Likely Bully Type: Type 4 - Gossip Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: Watch your filthy mouth!

Gets laughed at by the bully. Reports incident to anti-bullying committee. Denounces the bully. Joins the Persuader’s anti-bullying campaign as well. Sides with and becomes supporter of any anti-bullying establishment.

7. Is the bully the Promoter - ENFP?

The Promoter is the Golden Retriever

Likely to bully others: Yes. When toxic, the Promoter is manipulative, self-absorbed and disloyal.
The Promoter is so sure of their own vision that they lash out at anyone who opposes them or questions their abilities.

Likely Bully Type: Type 3 - Blunt Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: What? Oh! You’re talking to me? Hi!

Simultaneously thinks about the plan to go out to movies with Enhancers on Friday. Oh, and also that thing the Objective Thinker said about the new rules. Oh, and also that interesting quantum physics thing the Perfectionist mentioned, I must check it out sometime. Oh wait, is that a butterfly?

8. Is the bully the Counselor - ESFP

The Counselor is the Poodle

Likely to bully others: No. When toxic, the Counselor seeks attention and sensation at all costs as they are impulsive, vain and self-absorbed. The Counselor will jump from one exciting thrill to another without concern for the people they affect along the way.

Likely Bully Type: Type 9 - The Non Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: Oh? Now I see why your mother...

The Counselor embarks with a tirade of insults with very, very radical head and hand movements and facial gestures. Bully intimidated or impressed. The Counselor shrugs it off. Goes shopping later.

9. Is the bully the Specialist - ISFP

The Specialist is the Saint Bernard

Likely to bully others: No. When toxic, the Specialist is self-serving, judgmental and indulgent.
The Specialist is not swayed by logical arguments or reasonable discussion and may decide to shut people out entirely if they can not gain complete approval.

Likely Bully Type: Type 9 - The Non Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: Silence.

Broods over incident for months to come. Hurt, but finds difficulty in expressing the hurt. Paints a expressive piece of artwork that alludes to the hurt. Composes music. Feels slightly better, but still hurt. A wood duck target for bullies.

10. Is the bully the Investigator - INFJ?

The Investigator is the Greyhound

Likely to bully others: Maybe. When toxic, the Investigator is manipulative, scheming and self-righteous.
The Investigator uses people’s faults and shortcomings against them as blackmail. When faced with their wrongdoings, they may fall into self-pity or else shut people out of their life who do not show them complete approval.

Likely Bully Type: Type 3 - Blunt Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: F**k you! (or chosen expletive)

Questions the existential existence of humanity. Questions the nature of humans’ intentions, either for good or bad. Envisions a world without bullies, whether by means of peace or by means of mass murder. Discusses matter with an Enhancer but gets turned off by their mechanical heart. Searches for life’s meaning. Starts own cult having been motivated by the bullying incident.

11. Is the bully the Agent - INFP?

The Agent is the Tibetan Terrier

Likely to bully others: No. When toxic, the Agent is self-absorbed, self-righteous and wavers between being passive and extremely judgmental.
The Agent lives in fantasy land and may become increasingly harsh and condemning of people in their lives; obsessed with their own emotions and fantasies may shun or berate anyone who tries to find a way into their heart.

Likely Bully Type: Type 9 - The Non Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: How dare you!

Secretly being torn up inside and wishing the world was a better place. And wishing the same circumstances would not befall another poor soul. Does nothing to stop proliferation of bullies.

12. Is the bully the Achiever - ISTP?

The Achiever is the Bassett Hound

Likely to bully others: Yes. When toxic, the Achiever is cold, self-destructive and indulgent.
The Achiever can be the perfect mercenary, using their hands-on skills to find wealth or sensory experience, even if it means destroying another life.

Likely Bully Type: Type 3 - Blunt Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: Walk away, brother. Leave me alone. Do not mess with me.

The bully does not back off. The bully’s arm gets broken off, knee dislocated, internal organs begin bleeding and is taken to hospital. The Achiever is denounced by the anti-bullying committee and disciplined. The Achiever shrugs it off.

13. Is the bully the Practitioner - ISFJ?

The Practitioner is the Alaskan Malamute

Likely to bully others: Yes. When toxic, the Practitioner believes everyone must instantly conform to the traditions and values they have accepted as their own. They may seem friendly at first, but underneath their soft-spoken demeanour they are manipulative and passive aggressive if you let them. However, The Practitioner hates conflict and will back off.
However, expect the Practitioner to retreat into self-pity and self impose guilt trips if challenged. But they are hard workers, relentless in their sense of duty, even if that duty is to a corrupt power structure or societal construct.

Likely Bully Type: Type 2 - Passive-Aggressive Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: Sobs and leaves.

Joins committee. Becomes a volunteer counsellor for victims of bullying. Will forever remember the bully and all those poor souls hurt by them. But all the while sympathises with the bully’s internal turmoils and struggles.

14. Is the bully the Objective Thinker - ISTJ?

The Objective Thinker is the Bernese Mountain Dog

Likely to bully others: No. When toxic, the Objective Thinker exerts control over the outside world, makes it conform to their routine or set of principles suppresses people who they perceive as threats.
The Objective Thinker will be harsh, aloof and attentive to any detail or act of defiance that falls outside their established routine.

Likely Bully Type: Type 9 - The Non Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: Err... that’s not very nice.

Stares back at the bully and leaves. Reports bully to the authorities. Employer / school forms an anti-bully committee and the OT becomes an avid member. The OT patrols the halls. Silently. Feels incredibly satisfied once the bully is arrested or brought to justice.

15. Is the bully the Perfectionist - INTP?

The Perfectionist is the Papillon

Likely to bully others: No. When toxic, the Perfectionist is haughty, careless and so absorbed in their own world and ideas that they ignore and neglect the people in their care.
The Perfectionist does not care what anyone else does with their lives as long as they are left to their own devices.

Likely Bully Type: Type 5 - Cyber Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: Did you know that? However, that seems logically in-…/un-…; Would you please elaborate? I having as hard a time understanding as you are.

Likely to get punched in face. System error. Likely to seek Inspirational, Perfectionist, Developer or Enhancer to discuss bully eradication tactics or systems. Opens computer and absorbs information online. Reads books on psychology, self-defence, martial arts, classical mechanics and on planetary motions. Reads... what was the goal again?

16. Is the bully the Enhancer - INTJ?

The Enhancer is the Afghan Hound

Likely to bully others: No. When toxic, the Enhancer is cold, arrogant and controlling. And is contemptuous and condescending to anyone who does not value their same vision or sense of logic.
The Enhancer will follow their vision for the future, but also follow their conscience and improve systems and the world.

Likely Bully Type: Type 6 - Bystander Bully.

Reaction to Bully Boy Tick Tacks™: Gives the Death Stare.

Secretly plots the death of the bully boy's entire family in two years. Babies included. Bullies are not worth the Enhancer's time. However, Enhancers are secretly scarred forever and contempt for bullies potentially becomes a life motivation, giving a strong sense of justice. Likely to have a bully extermination plan with an honourable motive but containing very, very, unorthodox means. Will never forgive or forget.