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    T and F are just justification methods, so absolutely there are stupid thinkers (I went through uni with one) and shallow feelers.

    Not all F is about empathy for other people, therfore the whole "poor me"/hypocrondria... think Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumbleys charracters in Ab Fab, I'd say bother and ENFP's but the F is a bit twisted... all about self gratification... but still strong F.

    MR bean is probably a T type .... and he wasn't too sharp, Black Adder certainly a T type....

    OK all of the above are comedy characters but Id' struggle to find a stupid Thinker celeb or one that I think yea, not bright but thoughtful, I suspect you can find LOADs of shallow F types in celebrety world - in part because the lifestyle is pretty shallow

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    Have you read Matilda? I've just indicated Mrs. Wormwood's character by some striking points in her behaviour. I tried to provide arguments indicating she's a T...
    I thought her being dumb was obvious...
    No!

    Yes you did to some extent provide some arguments indicating that she is a T. But those points do not prove that she is dumb.

    Especially to a person who doesn't know who that character is.

    I know
    I know a lot of smart Feeler examples. I know a lot of stupid Feeler examples. I know a lot of smart Thinker examples.
    Same here.
    And I know a lot of smart ESFP. Some know it all posters think ESFPs are not so smart.




    Point?
    Which point?
    "Thinkers are stupid"? I didn't want to prove that.
    "Thinkers are smart because we don't find stupid Thinker examples"? I didn't want to prove that.

    I just want to collect some stupid Thinker examples... to complete my collection of examples. So my title is "Stupid Thinkers" - as I want to talk about stupid thinkers. I don't want to prove anything.
    I see.

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    My father, who was an INTP, was the biggest moron ever, even though he was technically a genius.

    I also have plenty of T friends and acquaintances who are not so briz-ight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomadic View Post
    I think sometimes i have the emotional depth of a teaspoon

    Like the other day, someone was calling me at 3am a bazillion times, but i didn't answer cus I was with a bunch of peoples and i didn't want to see that person at the time. later i found out that person had a flat tire in a dangerous neighborhood and was scared.
    it's because you're an ENFP (the definition of a flake)

    u mad?

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    or there's the statistical egocentered solution: I and everybody here is beautiful and smart and so on, therefore statistically speaking there should be stupid Ts and Fs to average the overall scores.
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

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    ... In theory.

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    To be redundant but sum it all up, T and F are just ways to process perceptions.

    The Judging functions are not directly correlated with intelligence, which comprises a number of traits including sheer cerebral functioning, imagination, creativity, pattern-recognition, awareness of detail, and the like. They merely describe the amount of natural detachment/separation the person has from the judgment process.

    There are some F's here who could kick the mental pants off some of the T's and vice versa.
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    From the examples given in this thread, it would appear that there exists more fictional stupid Ts than nonfictional stupid Ts.
    If a deaf INFP falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew_Z View Post
    From the examples given in this thread, it would appear that there exists more fictional stupid Ts than nonfictional stupid Ts.
    Why do dogs pee on trees?

    (Oh yes, the answer is in there. But I'm too afraid to spill it out for everyone to read. No death wish here. )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Why do dogs pee on T's?
    Fixed!
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    Are Ts always intelligent? I don't think so.

    Ts prefer to use logic rather than emotions to decide upon. That doesn't imply their logic is strong...
    Nothing like starting a thread to discuss what is already known.

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