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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    You've met me in a way, haven't you?
    I said MORE passionate... there's just no way! Well, there is, but I have yet to see it demonstrated. Pyaw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    I said MORE passionate... there's just no way! Well, there is, but I have yet to see it demonstrated. Pyaw!
    You need to have a face-to-face argument about music with me sometime.
    Who wants to try a bottle of merc's "Extroversion Olive Oil?"

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    From what I have seen, yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    You need to have a face-to-face argument about music with me sometime.
    Oh, it's ON! ...wait, what would we be arguing? Who loves music more? Easy, my ENFP enthusiasm will outshine your ESFJness like the sun outshines the moon. ...bitch. ()

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    it's not that they like it more or less

    as an example of Si and music
    Si - tend to see images when listen to music, music might remind them of images and places in the past

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    Ne and music: The only way i can explain Ne is quite cliched. Ne seems to enjoy music for purely the possiblities in music.

    that was a terrible way of explaining it ^

    it seems that music is filtered through the functions

    for example me, an ENFP, i like music that has great variety, a lot going on but not too complex, and possiblites (all Ne), then i take this and apply the different parts of the song to different emotions and apply it to myself (<-- all Fi), this then allows me to, in a way, take my emotions and sort them out and put them in order (<--Te) and after this Si grounds all of it in reality

    a filter is the best way i can expalin it, its not that what people listen to, its why
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    No.

    ...just... No.

    No wait... no... how can I express this...

    I've yet to meet another more passionate about music than I. Therefore, no. QED

    EDIT: however a person with Extroverted Sensing will probably enjoy it in slightly different ways, but still...no.
    Alright..... just, ok......

    ALRIGHT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    Alright..... just, ok......

    ALRIGHT!
    I... just... you're dead. I'm... I'm going to kill you. Because... you are... I just... maggots eating your flesh... because.... like.... 'cause.... DEAD!

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    One thing I notice is that Sensors are better at following the lyrics of a song.

    I think Intuitives would prefer classical music or instrumental music -- the kind that plants visions in your mind. This kind of music has a very elusive and abstract meaning to it which transcends words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    One thing I notice is that Sensors are better at following the lyrics of a song.

    I think Intuitives would prefer classical music or instrumental music -- the kind that plants visions in your mind. This kind of music has a very elusive and abstract meaning to it which transcends words.
    planting visions in you mind is a very Si concept.

    its why we like it not what we like that is different. lyrical vs. instrumental would fall under "what" we like. imo
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    I... just... you're dead. I'm... I'm going to kill you. Because... you are... I just... maggots eating your flesh... because.... like.... 'cause.... DEAD!
    Yeah, alright.

    wut?

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