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    Now I could be wrong, but I thought the cow represents us as humanity or more specifically that cow represents me/you/the person looking at the picture. Think about it, in many ways through life we are guided about as if we are cattle. Also, how we see groups of other humans we don't know especially in environments like massive shopping (I see humans like this whenever I go to a huge mall complex) or other major events with a large amount of people.

    I almost posted a joking reply to this picture asking if the poster was implying we were all fat?

    Quote Originally Posted by penny89 View Post
    LOL I think I lack Ni altogether. I have no idea what that means. Is it supposed to be a fake cow? Cow facade? So we think there is a cow in the field -- eyes are deceiving -- but in reality there is no cow in the field, an alternate perspective Ni style?



    I think isomers may work for this, too. Seeing all possible isomers, that is. But I very much liked your post, especially Se/titration.

    This actually reminds me of something I saw a while ago...
    From http://periodictable.com.


    The disk shown is from the intake stage of a jet engine. This may actually work for Ti, especially STP Ti.


    Selenium occurs in (fairly) pure form in nature. This native selenium is exactly as it came out of the ground. It is used in many light-sensing applications: photocopiers, automatic light switches and light meters.
    I don't think this is bad either. (Edit: I just realized that, unlike Ti, this requires the description to hold any water. lol)

    Unfortunately iron doesn't quite represent Fe properly, haha. I don't think nickel (Ni) or tellurium (Te) really work either. Hm. I probably missed some though. Like Si.

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    WTF? Why is Ni a cow?!?

    LOL @ BIRDS

    I'll do it for my life...



    ^Dominant Ni: YOU CAN'T ESCAPE FROM US...WE'LL FIND OUT THE TRUTH!!! > : (



    ^Auxiliary Fe: I will be the best that I can be so I can help you the best I can!



    ^Tertiary Ti: THEY FIT TOGETHER. I SWEAR.



    ^Inferior Se: OMG PRETTY TOWN !!!



    ^Opposing Ne: Sorry dudes...life ain't meaningful.



    ^Critical Parent Fi: I am The Bearer of Moral Truth. No srsly, I am.



    ^Deceiving Te: I'M NOT GONNA FINISH ON TIME!!! D:



    ^Devilish Si: Ha ha, rules. Ha ha...

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    The functions - version #2 (the personal, subjective edition)

    Ti

    ("this is how it works")

    Ne

    (playtime ... and so many options!)

    Si

    (the alternative were old family photos on a mantlepiece, but I couldn't find a nice picture)

    Fe

    (feeling all warm and fuzzy here)

    and now it's getting nasty:

    Te

    ("Go and do stuff! In an orderly manner. Schnell, schnell!")

    Ni

    ("You're doomed. Don't ask me how I know - I just know")

    Se

    (hedonistic pleasure at its best, distraction at its worst)

    Fi

    (a.k.a "woman on a mission" or "one against the rest of the world")
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Herring View Post
    The functions - version #2 (the personal, subjective edition)

    Ti

    ("this is how it works")
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...hink-like.html

    anyways, not really a function, but type illustration

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slsUjtKlh2A"]the definition of Ni dom[/YOUTUBE]
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
    — C.G. Jung

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    Ni


    Fi


    Te


    Ti


    Ne


    Fe


    Si


    Se

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    Why are all those Fis so calm and at peace with themselves? Isn't there any "restless wanderer" Fi?
    I'm both; being both, that makes me the latter, as I'm not one (thus, not in a tranquil state associating with the former, which is a hint of the former). As for the pictures, I'll put them some other day.
    Great men are like eagles, and build their nest on some lofty solitude.

    Schopenhauer

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    I drew up my own interpretations using MS Paint:


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    Ne (artist: Tamadi Yamada)
    05-Tadami-Yamada-1975.jpg

    Ni (artist: Phil Kirkland):
    02-Phil-Kirkland--illus.-for-Psychology-Today-(1970)_900.jpg

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    Ni-dom


    Fe-aux


    Ti-tert


    Se-inf


    Ne-shadow


    Fi-shadow


    Te-shadow


    Si-shadow



    Edit:

    Actually Se-inf would look more like this

    Last edited by yeghor; 04-19-2014 at 03:45 PM. Reason: Edit

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    Fi:


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    Ne:


    Fe:


    Ti:

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