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    Efficiency, efficiency they say
    Get to know the date and tell the time of day
    As the crowds begin complaining
    How the Beaujolais is raining
    Down on darkened meetings on the Champs Elysée

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    So if you take one of those tests where they measure the strength of your 'letters'

    Sounds like it could mean if you score as a low introvert, you use your aux, extroverted function more than another I who doesn't. Sounds good.

    I'm an introvert, and people always talk about how social I am, and how I am the loudest and leading the group, in some senses.
    Actually my first thought is not to lead, but if there's nobody else stepping up, I automatically kick in.

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    INTJs think and make judgements out loud and perceive inwardly. If we are doing a lot of thinking we seem extroverted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    So if you take one of those tests where they measure the strength of your 'letters'

    Sounds like it could mean if you score as a low introvert, you use your aux, extroverted function more than another I who doesn't. Sounds good.

    I'm an introvert, and people always talk about how social I am, and how I am the loudest and leading the group, in some senses.
    Actually my first thought is not to lead, but if there's nobody else stepping up, I automatically kick in.
    i think it makes perfect sense. whenever i first became familiar with mbti, i recall getting something like 90% or higher on my primary function-Fi. My Se was really low, but still there. a few months ago, however, when i was going through a much more extroverted phase, i swore i was turning into an ESFP! my Se was obviously more prominent as i was more social and outgoing and etc. my Fi was lower than it once was. now, i think i'm somewhere between the two extremes. when i'm at home, i rely more on my Fi. when i'm in social settings, i rely more heavily on Se. hence why people think i'm so social and outgoing. laugh.

    but anyways, i definitely agree with the notion that it's just a matter of how much you rely on your auxilliary that will display how introverted or extroverted one might be perceived.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    So if you take one of those tests where they measure the strength of your 'letters'

    Sounds like it could mean if you score as a low introvert, you use your aux, extroverted function more than another I who doesn't. Sounds good.

    I'm an introvert, and people always talk about how social I am, and how I am the loudest and leading the group, in some senses.
    Actually my first thought is not to lead, but if there's nobody else stepping up, I automatically kick in.
    i think it makes perfect sense. whenever i first became familiar with mbti, i recall getting something like 90% or higher on my primary function-Fi. My Se was really low, but still there. a few months ago, however, when i was going through a much more extroverted phase, i swore i was turning into an ESFP! my Se was obviously more prominent as i was more social and outgoing and etc. my Fi was lower than it once was. now, i think i'm somewhere between the two extremes. when i'm at home, i rely more on my Fi. when i'm in social settings, i rely more heavily on Se. hence why people think i'm so social and outgoing. laugh.

    but anyways, i definitely agree with the notion that it's just a matter of how much you rely on your auxilliary that will display how introverted or extroverted one might be perceived.
    "I don't know a perfect person.
    I only know flawed people who are still worth loving."
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Poki_ View Post
    lol, efficiently, wham bam thank you ma'am...or...zzzzzzzzzzz
    No, it means doing it right, dammit. No point in going on for a long time if it doesn't accomplish anything.


    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Efficiency, efficiency they say
    Get to know the date and tell the time of day
    As the crowds begin complaining
    How the Beaujolais is raining
    Down on darkened meetings on the Champs Elysée
    I like that image. What is that from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I like that image. What is that from?
    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5YHqWqhFkU"]John Cale: Paris 1919[/YOUTUBE]

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    I suspect some INTJs can be assertive and therefore confuse others with the assumption they are extroverts.

    I suspect other INTJs become confused when they attempt too much socialization, and are quite confused as extroverts.
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    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
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    I was honestly unaware that INTJ's socialized.
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    We do.



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