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    Ti would be Engineer. to take it a step further and combine it with Se would be Reverse Engineer. Support it with Ne and you have Forward Engineer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    I've noticed that as an Fi dom user, I seem to have access to certain aspects of Fi that even the Fi aux's lack. Likewise, I've had an ENTJ 10 years younger than me blow me away with expertise they were able to apply Te to a situation. It was on a completely higher level compared to how I use it, and it really showed me the difference between 'being Te dom', and 'using Te'.
    i have recently thought about this too due to an Fe thread. i realize that my dom Ni makes my Fe very different from how a dom Fe (enfj) uses Fe. i focus in on one person and depth, versus how they can easily work a whole group and be inclusive of everyone, weilding lots of communication techniques like a pro.

    Now that would be an interesting thread topic. The problem, of course, is that Fi/Ne isn't very good at crafting original posts, so my attempts to create the thread have usually failed. Where's that damn Ti when you need it?
    i feel the same way! i think of so many things i want to know more about from y'all, but i don't have the balls to start threads because i seem to suck at it. are the Ne/Ti/Fi users the best at starting threads? sounds like another good thread topic.............
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    Dominant Ne (if left unchecked):

    "Get the FUCK out of the way --I feel INSPIRED!!!"
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    My Ni-Te/Te-Ni are so married, they will never file for divorce.

    I've got vision in a world where blindness reigns supreme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    My Ni-Te/Te-Ni are so married, they will never file for divorce.

    I've got vision in a world where blindness reigns supreme.
    And you push the blindness so you can reign supreme

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    ^ Caution: a blind troll has entered the room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    ^ Caution: a blind person has entered the room. Lol.
    I am blind which causes me to push knowledge so others can help create my vision

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    My Ni-Te/Te-Ni are so married, they will never file for divorce.

    I've got vision in a world where blindness reigns supreme.
    I asked someone to tell if I got Ni/Te mixed up, but got no response

    Well I guess that seems to be the case. Vision & doing. Couldn't imagine one without another.

    I'm not too dedicated to my functions. Hell, they could be explained to be freaking Fe and Si. I'm more dedicated to what my thoughts represent me out-of-type. MBTI doesn't own the concepts of decision and insight.
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    Ti, connecting peo... No wait, just connecting.

    (And we're nothing even trying when we come up with that shit.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    I asked someone to tell if I got Ni/Te mixed up, but got no response
    Hey buddy.
    Where did you ask that? I missed it.

    Well I guess that seems to be the case. Vision & doing. Couldn't imagine one without another.
    I envision my functions lined up side by side.


    I'm not too dedicated to my functions. Hell, they could be explained to be freaking Fe and Si. I'm more dedicated to what my thoughts represent me out-of-type. MBTI doesn't own the concepts of decision and insight.
    The problem with MBTI is this notion of exact order.
    What is most important is knowing your truth.
    Not what someone else thinks is true of you.

    MBTI has done nothing for me, except give me something new to insult.
    I have always known I'm an inuitive thinker who probes deeply into everything.
    If someone needs a test result or some bogus profile to tell them that,
    trust me, they don't know themselves.

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