While presenting a workshop about the Meyers Briggs Personality Test and how it can positively impact marriage as an invited guest, feel free to refer to the letter sub-types in abbreviations. For example, you can call a person's tendency towards "Introversion" one's "I-ness" or one's score in the "Judging" category one's "J-ness."
Do not under any circumstances refer to one's "Perceiving" score as one's "P-ness."
This is especially true when presenting said workshop to a church-based women's group, on the heels of scandalizing the room by reading a quote which contains the word "sex" several times, and even talks about someone wanting to have sex.
Believe me, you will wish you were somewhere more comfortable. Like maybe a proctology exam.
"This might be a little bit uncomfortable."
You think that glove intimidates me, doc?
Apparently you've never seen this: