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    That raises an interesting question of what exactly differentiates Ne from Se, which is relevant for answering this question.

    And yes, it does seem that my Se/Ne weirdness/silliness/bizarre behavior comes out only when I have free time and am comfy. It is not a component of my work (which incorporates a great deal of my time) or my free time generally.

    Usually, as a release, if that makes sense. But then you guys only see me when I'm 'chilling' and 'being silly.'

    Exception: When I notice my students are kind of finding grammar points dull, I have a 'burst of energy' to wake them up, which generally shocks them and makes them laugh. heheehehehhe

    I mean, hell, just check out my evaluation from my former employer. Does that sound like an ENFP to you?

    Oh God, I'm an ESFJ!

    Ah well, whatever...It's all good!
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    I'm voting (semi-)organised ENFP.

    Nonchalantly reinventing established theory by injecting enthusiastic doubt is a hallmark.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    That raises an interesting question of what exactly differentiates Ne from Se, which is relevant for answering this question.
    Ne is about possibilities, about 'what if' - you shake things up to see what emerges if something like somewhat inferior Si starts getting you confused, Se is about responding (internally or externally) to your environment (I'm much less clued up on this).

    Fuzzy, responsive, abstract logic Vs empirical sensuality and blunt reactions.
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    LL's tendency to growl strikes me as possible Se

    however, INTJs are usually correct . . . not to slight BC :]

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    Well *nervous giggle* I just had an interesting chat in Vent, where people said that I'm probably dominant Fe (which looks like Te) and possibly also fairly good in other judging functions. It might be supplemented more with Ni than Ne, and the Se is used as relief, resulting in weird sounds and RAWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!

    haha, no but seriously. It's an interesting perspective that I'd like to explore further.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    resulting in weird sounds and RAWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!


    "dominant Fe (which looks like Te)" AHA! I was litterally just wondering about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    An angry ENFP or ESTJ.
    I don't think so anymore. I used to wonder if strong Te made an ENFP more "angry" or aggressive (and ESTJ-like), but the tertiary is more about childlike innocense and vulnerability. They would more likely use Te in looking up to someone else's achievements, following someone's lead, or organizing space and other things for "relief" as Berens calls it.
    For the ESTJ, Ne would of course be associated with less directive behavior.
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    Changed my mind.

    On the one hand, LL, you sound like a friend of mine who also makes up all sorts of interesting and exciting versions of the wheel, ENFP, but on the other, you sound a lot like Saslou too. But not like Protean.


    So, in summary, no one's going to find out the answer until you actually give a damn about finding out for yourself.


    Therefore ESFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    An angry ENFP or ESTJ.
    Agreed.

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    A force to be reckoned with, a whirlwind of thought and ideas but without an anchor.
    Yes.

    Perfect description!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalach View Post
    So, in summary, no one's going to find out the answer until you actually give a damn about finding out for yourself.
    So true.

    So true.


    Quote Originally Posted by Kalach View Post
    Therefore ESFJ.
    Ah.....

    My vote is for a chameleon ENFJ.


    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post

    Well *nervous giggle* I just had an interesting chat in Vent, where people said that I'm probably dominant Fe (which looks like Te)....
    Yes.

    As you know, I was one of those people.

    I can smell Fe's breath from a mile away. ---LOL


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