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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander29 View Post

    Another clue - Ns finish other people's sentences
    Haha! So true! And Ss get angry!


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    I think seperating the abstract from the factual is a good way to spot the difference. For example a friend of mine is ESFJ and we often get around to analysing people within our group of friends... She often uses ancedotes and talks factually about stuff whilst I will just throw the theories out there. Recently she mentioned that she would like to start a cake making business... before she could say baking soda I was talking about how we could find niches in the market and what vegan or mood altering cakes would taste like... (Like legal ones and stuff) I started to have a ball but she kept trying to pin the ideas down to practical limitations usually. I'm not trying to say that S's only ever talk in facts and N's in abstract theory though as my ISTJ dad and I used to chuck around wild theories when I was little... he could have been humouring me however! (Love you for it da!)
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    This is a quote that I do not know who to attribute to, I think it is JockTheMotie:

    To test someone for S, N, or J:

    (1) Throw a ball at their head when they are just sitting innocently.
    (2) if they catch the ball = Most likely "S."
    (3) If the ball hits their heads = Most likely "N."
    (4) If the ball hits their heads AND they get mad = "J" for sure!
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    I LOVE THAT HAHAHAHA!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander29 View Post
    Another clue - Ns finish other people's sentences
    Quote Originally Posted by Windigo View Post
    Haha! So true! And Ss get angry!

    Srsly, that's not funny! And is it because Ns lack the capability to come up with own ideas and sentences? More like leeches?

    It is a fairly common occurrence. *sigh*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaveri View Post
    Btw, I often find the T/F dichotomy the hardest tot figure out. Does anyone know if there's a thread on that one?
    Interesting. I find this the easiest. Although I know I'm an ETJ, T is the strongest of the dichotomies. I've scored I > E, S and N, P > J, but never F > T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    This is a quote that I do not know who to attribute to, I think it is JockTheMotie:

    To test someone for S, N, or J:

    (1) Throw a ball at their head when they are just sitting innocently.
    (2) if they catch the ball = Most likely "S."
    (3) If the ball hits their heads = Most likely "N."
    (4) If the ball hits their heads AND they get mad = "J" for sure!
    This is really great and probably true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra View Post
    Interesting. I find this the easiest. Although I know I'm an ETJ, T is the strongest of the dichotomies. I've scored I > E, S and N, P > J, but never F > T.
    I agree that Te vs. Fe is fairly easy. Ti vs. Fi can be a female dog to figure out.
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    I like the "throw an object at their face" method. If they catch it = S, if it hits them = N.

    Just takes a second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    I like the "throw an object at their face" method. If they catch it = S, if it hits them = N.

    Just takes a second.
    I think that's silly. I could catch it. But would not do it. I'd let it hit me and start to cry instead so the bastard that threw it at me will come of as a mean idiot.

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