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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    I can't possibly be an N because I have a sense of aesthetics.
    If anyone walked into my closet and saw my clothing,
    they would call me an S.

    And to those people I would say thank you.
    I have good taste.

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    Jag, male camel toe and Members Only jackets isn't a look we ALL love.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    A random question prompted by the "sensor thinking they're intuitor thread"

    How come Ns rarely think of themselves as S?

    Thoughts please.
    The N descriptions are more flattering. Simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    Jag, male camel toe and Members Only jackets isn't a look we ALL love.

    It's not? :steam:

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    My ISTJ sister who claims to be average at everything. "Oh, great, now I'm a duty fulfiller, of course!"

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    It might be a problem where people cherry pick moments, instead of looking at themselves and the way they usually think in an objective manner as someone said earlier in the thread. Not really being truthful to your mental happenings.
    I have to say, I really like entropie's post because I believe it expresses how the system should be used, basically as a jumping off point for a further understanding through contemplation of reality, and realizing the system is not perfect.
    Also, in regards to using sensing all the time, have you never followed a thought in your head, without paying attention to things around you? You're not consciously taking information from the world around you, and you walk into a ditch.

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    ^ I wasn't expecting that last sentence.

    I don't know. I identify with both and neither. It's frustrating!
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    Not sure why 'sensors' who're actually Ns are in shorter supply (or seem to be, at any rate) than the reverse, but the thought that I'm actually a sensor trying desperately to be intuitive occasionally enters my mind. Then I remember that I've gone over this a million times and have decided that I'm probably not a sensor because NF and NP fit fairly well, while SP and SF don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinnamon Sugar View Post
    Not sure why 'sensors' who're actually Ns are in shorter supply (or seem to be, at any rate) than the reverse, but the thought that I'm actually a sensor trying desperately to be intuitive occasionally enters my mind. Then I remember that I've gone over this a million times and have decided that I'm probably not a sensor because NF and NP fit fairly well, while SP and SF don't.
    Yeah I pretty much decided everyone here was much more intuitive than me. Then I got over it. I guess finding my mb results from college helped a bit, too. I didn't know anything about the test then, just took it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    Yeah I pretty much decided everyone here was much more intuitive than me. Then I got over it. I guess finding my mb results from college helped a bit, too. I didn't know anything about the test then, just took it.
    Yes, it makes a HUGE difference to see the results you got when naive to the system. I tested strongly intuitive through my official test through work, when I had no idea whether I'd choose to be INTP, or say, ESFJ.

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