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    Mine is too. Ne is very, very random.
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    Then my humour might be Ne.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    P.S.,
    Family Guy is 100% Ne. King of The Hill is more Ni...if that helps.

    First, I don't really "understand" Ne/Ni difference very well yet. I have studied MBTI some, but I haven't internalized the difference so that I can identify behaviors and perceptions as being one type or the other.

    Second, what kind of humor I tend to express is different than that which I am attracted to or find amusing, or at least it would seem that way considering the theory above. An INTP, I prefer King of the Hill humor, and my INTJ ex LOVES family guy. Not sure what that means. Thoughts?

    Edit, To add some things: One of the things I don't really like about Family Guy is they always seem to be trying very hard to be "random" but invariably I get the reference right away. And then it plays on and on. I don't know if I'm supposed to be confused/amused by the seeming non-sequitur but I often come away slightly annoyed and underwhelmed. What I do find amusing on the show is usually uttered by Stewie or Bryan and falls into the "funny because it's true" type humor. I like wry humor, I guess.
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    Hilo, as an INTP myself, neither Family Guy nor King of the Hill tickle me. Each luck into a joke I like every now and again, but I usually consider it an aberration. I can watch multiple full episodes of either show without cracking a smile.

    Shows like Arrested Development, Mr. Show, Community, Flight of the Conchords, Extras, Garth Marenghi's Darkplace and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia to name more than I need to, are really, really up my alley.

    Oh, and the first 10 or so seasons of the Simpsons, but is there a living human being who doesn't love those?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZPowers View Post
    Hilo, as an INTP myself, neither Family Guy nor King of the Hill tickle me. Each luck into a joke I like every now and again, but I usually consider it an aberration. I can watch multiple full episodes of either show without cracking a smile.
    Yeah, that's pretty much how I feel - I'm usually surprised when I laugh at something. I have not really watched K of the H but FG was forced on me a lot and I started to really loathe it... lol.

    Interestingly, when I tried to make the INTJ watch Arrested Development (which I love), our positions were reversed... he "tried" to find it funny but mostly he just thought it was really, really weird.

    Hmm typology through comedy preferences... new diagnostic?
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    I've known some Ni-doms that get into rather elaborate parodies or hoaxes. Sometimes it requires special knowledge and context like a more extreme example of an inside joke.
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    My Ne humor involves linking strings of odd random things together-things that SHOULD NOT be linked-then laughing because I know they are totally broken. Ne goes "yippie!" My judging functions decline to comment. (Please refer to the "chicken topology" thread in the graveyard. It is the ultimate Ne joke)

    ENFPs have a knack for coming up with total crazy things because, unlike the ENTPs, we dont really have Ti to keep us logical. We make ENTPs laugh, because we seem to be insane.

    Ni Humor is totally weird.

    My INTJ boyfriend loves puns. At first they werent funny at all. But once I realized that he thought they were funny, knowing I didnt think they were funny, it morphed into a giant Ne joke. The fact that we have a relationship embedded with silly puns strung out and connected Ne style has turned his Ni puns into a giant Ne connected joke. So now I think his puns are funny because they remind me of all his other silly puns and then I just feel sweet Fi love.

    My INTJ toddler and the INTJ boyfriend do have this game that they play involving Ni context shifts. My toddler thinks it is HYSTERICAL. The toddler points to an obvious body part-say an ear. Then he says "That's a CAR!!!". Then they both burst out laughing. I just stare at them....They go on and on and on....It actually causes an odd cognitive dissonance in me, as an ear is an ear...Si, go figure...

    The toddler also has decided that bad words are not specific words like "shit", "damn" and "f*ck"... but are actual words used in a certain context or way. I have tried to get him to explain this to me...certain words are bad, due to an odd combination of the word and the way the word was actually used. So car isnt bad normally, but becomes bad if you yell it after dropping something. Shit isnt bad normally, but is bad if you say it in frustration. This may explain why he keeps talking quite happily about loading rocks in the "f*cking truck". Ah, the toddler years....
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    The group here, "Knights that use Ni" is a perfect example.
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    Fear of reality creates myopic morality
    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
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    Quote Originally Posted by hilo View Post
    Second, what kind of humor I tend to express is different than that which I am attracted to or find amusing, or at least it would seem that way considering the theory above. An INTP, I prefer King of the Hill humor, and my INTJ ex LOVES family guy. Not sure what that means. Thoughts?

    Edit, To add some things: One of the things I don't really like about Family Guy is they always seem to be trying very hard to be "random" but invariably I get the reference right away. And then it plays on and on. I don't know if I'm supposed to be confused/amused by the seeming non-sequitur but I often come away slightly annoyed and underwhelmed. What I do find amusing on the show is usually uttered by Stewie or Bryan and falls into the "funny because it's true" type humor. I like wry humor, I guess.
    I also much prefer King of the hill, as, I can very directly Ne connect it to most of my family members...

    But I detest family guy. Exactly for the reason you describe. But Ni seems to think it is funny to look at an item in one way...then look at it in a different way...then look at it in a different way...so that sounds like what they do in family guy. It REALLY annoys me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annwn View Post
    The group here, "Knights that use Ni" is a perfect example.
    YES! My INTJ made me watch this movie! There were many many funny parts, but the "knights that say Ni", was just WTF? But I thought it was funny as he thought it was funny. (Maybe that's Fi humor )

    (I liked the little bloody bunny that killed people. It exemplifies an incorrect Ne linkage of sub components that really have no business being algamated-cute fuzzy adorable bunnies, blood, skeletons and death- thus it is hysterically funny. The fact that the whiny knight got killed first was very funny too as it was an Ne theme throughout the story, then combined with an Ne incorrect algamation of "killer bunny")

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