# Thread: Easy Function Descriptions! Totally legit! Figure out your true type! etc.

1. Originally Posted by lemons
Ti does not both. One with TiSe will look at concrete facts.
Well it does for me! Hmmph!

However, the asking is very unconscious. I imagine TiSe will look something like this:

Ti: "Why did she do that?"
Se: "Here are the facts."
Ti: "Based on these facts, I determine it is likely because of blah."

TiNe:
Ti: "Why did she do that?"
Ne: "Here are the possibilities."
Ti: "Possibility B makes the most sense, therefore it is likely that."

imo

2. Originally Posted by Costrin
Well it does for me! Hmmph!

However, the asking is very unconscious. I imagine TiSe will look something like this:

Ti: "Why did she do that?"
Se: "Here are the facts."
Ti: "Based on these facts, I determine it is likely because of blah."

TiNe:
Ti: "Why did she do that?"
Ne: "Here are the possibilities."
Ti: "Possibility B makes the most sense, therefore it is likely that."

imo
I thought you were referring Ti to giving possibility. Ok, I agree with what you're saying.

3. Originally Posted by lemons
I thought you were referring Ti to giving possibility. Ok, I agree with what you're saying.
Ah, ok. Yay clarification.

4. Originally Posted by Costrin
Ah, ok. Yay clarification.
*sarcastic yay, doesn't smile*

5. MAybe the Se says "Well I had to see this to believe it!"

6. Finally a thread that does a coherent job giving a concrete example of the functions (and none of that fence-building business). This seems to make a lot of sense.

7. Pretty cool!

Here's my reaction with my take on the functions:

Se: Oh my god, I'm really seeing this!
Te: This is so f^&*%\$ up! Matt has the right to know.
Fi: This is going to kill him. I know it would hurt me to the core.
Ni: Just goes to show...you can't trust anybody!

Hmmm...reverse the Te and Fi, and it looks like an ESFP reaction.

8. All right then... Fe, Ti, Se, Ni - and isn't there some kind of prioritizing system?

9. I'm confused... I don't see any difference between Fe and Te response in your description...

10. Subtle difference. Fe says it's morally wrong. Te says it "doesn't work that way", but without assigning a moral judgment.

Fe - this will hurt someone, therefore it is bad.

Te - This will not work in continuing the relationship, therefore it is incorrect.

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