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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    I know exactly what you mean. I gave one sensor a test, and he came out ENFP, and he was definitely more like ISFJ or ISFP. An ESFP comes out ENFP. I just look at them and know. Most intuitives care to look into personality, and a lot of sensors just don't care, in my experience.


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    So what about Sensors who are extremely interested in personality? Are they really Intuitives, in your opinion?

    And why would the test be wrong and you be right? I mean, I'm assuming these people are taking multiple tests and comparing results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    So what about Sensors who are extremely interested in personality? Are they really Intuitives, in your opinion?

    And why would the test be wrong and you be right? I mean, I'm assuming these people are taking multiple tests and comparing results.
    Well, no, I don't. Not in general. I said in general, and from my experience. I wasn't saying they weren't because they didn't care.

    And no, they are taking one test.

    And I know the ones that are sensors. There is a big difference between and ISFJ and an ENFP in my opinion, there are the differences in ESFP's and ENFP's, etc.

    Knowing these people for a long time, I come to figure whether they are NF's or NT's easily.
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    Well I wanted to be an ISFP at one point so I could draw better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    I can tell the difference between a sensor and an intuitive.
    I can tell the difference between a smart person and a dumb-ass.
    Type has nothing to do with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Hah! Oh, you just can. What talent do you have that your friends don't, may I ask?
    Not a talent, more of a skill. I've been reading about mbti types since I read the book "The Art of Speed Reading People: How to Size People Up and Speak Their Language". A very interesting book. It's a book teaching one how to read mbti personality types on people. I definitely recommend it. Not that I'm sure you'd be interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    Not a talent, more of a skill. I've been reading about mbti types since I read the book "The Art of Speed Reading People: How to Size People Up and Speak Their Language". A very interesting book. It's a book teaching one how to read mbti personality types on people. I definitely recommend it. Not that I'm sure you'd be interested.
    Okay. Why not give this book to your Sensing friends, then? Or have you already?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Okay. Why not give this book to your Sensing friends, then? Or have you already?
    I did but they're not interested.

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    If you and our friends know your type and sit around discussing it you are more than likely a bunch of Ns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    If you and our friends know your type and sit around discussing it you are more than likely a bunch of Ns.
    Actually, I force the subject on them. They only go back to personality types when they do something that makes them feel guilty and want reassurance that their personality types are like that.

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    I've been subject to having a bias against sensors before because I've mostly seen the unhealthy side of sensing personalities.

    But now I see it more as a difference as I've seen how useful they can be with their huge amount of attention to details (which can get annoying...)

    I do, however, think it's mostly SFJs that I've had problems with as I've had experiences where they only pay attention to information that agrees with their beliefs, and some will stand by the stupidest information no matter how irrelevant it is.
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