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    BHT: i knew you were talking about me... I could just tell...

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    Two enthusiastic thumbs up for your videos, Black Cat!

    Very down-to-earth explanations. I LOVE it.


    Also...I love your gratuitous use of "crap" and "don't give a crap."





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    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

    sCueI (primary Inquisition)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bighairything View Post
    That doesn't sound like Se at all. That's quite an NFP reaction. More so than mine, in fact -- I can be very ENTP-like in a lot of ways. Fi also plays a big part here.

    Having said that, if you think you're an ISFP, I don't think you should let your reaction to a bottle of benadryl confuse you. Just because you have a preference for Se, doesn't mean you can't use Ne. For my part I'm very Ne dominant, but I use and enjoy Se a lot. I'm also very strong at using Ti, but neither Se nor Ti are my default settings. So maybe seeing a bottle of benadryl brings out your Ne, doesn't necessarily mean you're an N.

    Incidentally, it was one of your comments that convinced me my girlfriend is an ISFP. It was something or other about seeing words as something almost physical that can be played with.
    I wanted to tell you that's a very good point. For example, if you're following the Lenore Thomson model, the function order for an ISFP goes something like- Fi Se Ti Ne Fe Si Ni Te... but I can't remember exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    I wanted to tell you that's a very good point. For example, if you're following the Lenore Thomson model, the function order for an ISFP goes something like- Fi Se Ti Ne Fe Si Ni Te... but I can't remember exactly.
    I didn't know the Lenore Thomson model, but that ordering makes a hell of a lot more sense than the classic MBTI model. The latter perhaps holds some merit on a normative basis, i.e. it describes the functions we should be developing -- so for instance Te is what I would be best off developing even though in reality it is my worst function. But I think otherwise lower order functions are the weakest part of the whole MBTI thing.

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    That's some creativity, BlackCat - good stuff.

    (Listening to the vids.)

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