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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Show me what post it is.and yes, I did. I've listened to interviews before this and had her as isfj, and yes, I type people before reading threads.
    Don't have the time to find that for you and it's not my duty to do it. The research function is your friend.

    Actually, none decent argument has been made on her suposed SFJness, just a "oooooh she's so sweet, she must be an SFJ" and nothing else.

    I call that superficial and irrational. And of course, that typing is wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Show me what post it is.
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...typings-4.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    No. She's openly spontaneous, free-spirited and competitive, and she proudly claim that herself.
    If I say I'm free-spirited and spontaneous, does that make it so?

    iow there's an allure and aspiration tied to free-spiritedness and spontaneity for J's. We like to think we're spontaneous, or at least CAN be, and we absolutely can be. But in comparison to an actual P, we're not. Obviously.

    From my perspective, it's just as 'superficial' to take her (or anyone's) word on something she says about herself. Have to look at the broader context, a whole stream of interviews, truly know her (which no one can), not take isolated quotes from one or two interviews and ascribe that as truth. Holistically, does her entire life, actions, choices, values, decision-points, methods, etc, align with what she says about herself?

    fwiw I haven't watched any of her interviews so can't comment on her type.
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    I'd say ESFJ. Fe everywhere. Backed up by Si when she refers to experiences with other people in the past. Tert-Ne makes it good enough to be noticeable, making her at times seem more spontaneous, but in reality is probably just a back up for her more dominant functions. Inferior Ti makes sense because in essence it's disconnecting from people and finding objective truth etc, which is practically the opposite of her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    If I say I'm free-spirited and spontaneous, does that make it so?
    Only if you're an INFJ. Then all the below doesn't apply.


    iow there's an allure and aspiration tied to free-spiritedness and spontaneity for J's. We like to think we're spontaneous, or at least CAN be, and we absolutely can be. But in comparison to an actual P, we're not. Obviously.

    From my perspective, it's just as 'superficial' to take her (or anyone's) word on something she says about herself. Have to look at the broader context, a whole stream of interviews, truly know her (which no one can), not take isolated quotes from one or two interviews and ascribe that as truth. Holistically, does her entire life, actions, choices, values, decision-points, methods, etc, align with what she says about herself?

    fwiw I haven't watched any of her interviews so can't comment on her type.
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    You people need to stop blowing up about functions, and start looking at thoughts/behaviors.

    Yes, I believe in functions (Dario Nardi proved them via EEG), but I don't believe most people can immediately identify which functions are in the forefront with sufficient accuracy to make a definative typing diagnosis based solely upon them (theoretically, we do use all functions to some degree after all, but certain functions we will just have a natural preference for).

    So if she acts like an ESP with unrestricted spontaneity, then Tayler Swift most likely is one, and the proper functions should follow from that (I'm voting ESFP, but ESTP works too).

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    *reads thread and orders straitjackets*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    No, but it's obvious that people here dod not analyze her in depth just typed her quickly done wrong based on her superficial image.
    Maybe not so obviously but I've analyzed her quotes, songs, and a bit of her interviews and it all seems to point to ESFJ as the most likely pattern.

    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    No. She's openly spontaneous, free-spirited and competitive, and she proudly claim that herself.
    She tends to say a lot of things in the moment that in their nature contradict (maybe her rejection of Ti?) First she says things that indicate a more conservative approach and then she says she's spontaneous..... I think her tert. Ne development is confusing her. I'm pretty sure she's a type 3 too, which may explain her more competitive approach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    *reads thread and orders straitjackets*
    That's homophobic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    *reads thread and orders straitjackets*
    I'm a size 6...... er, I mean a size 10. Gotta have a little wiggle room, ya know....

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