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    I saw your sensing score on a few tests that split things down into the cognitive functions

    the bumblebee that's trapped in the skylight because he's too much of a dumbass to realize that the doors and windows are open... totally an N, because no sensor would be that idiotic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adoamros View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I saw your sensing score on a few tests that split things down into the cognitive functions

    the bumblebee that's trapped in the skylight because he's too much of a dumbass to realize that the doors and windows are open... totally an N, because no sensor would be that idiotic


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    Three Toed Sloth: Aleksei



    That or


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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    MBTI type of duck billed platypus?

    INFJ.

    Srsly!
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I saw your sensing score on a few tests that split things down into the cognitive functions

    the bumblebee that's trapped in the skylight because he's too much of a dumbass to realize that the doors and windows are open... totally an N, because no sensor would be that idiotic

    I'll admit, I subscribed to this thread just to watch and see who would call him out. Thank you. It made my day. I usually don't really give a crap about all the S stereotypes, but this one is especially ignorant.
    I have an inner monologue that sounds strikingly similar to something off Animal Planet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    Three Toed Sloth: Aleksei

    You: two toed sloth

    OH HEY! Do we have a thread for if-type-c-members-were-an-animal-what-would-they-be?
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    Echidna: INTP
    Solitary, secretive, lazy, lives life in the slow lane, passive, defensive if provoked, not particularly territorial, ungainly appearence, quick to learn and perform tasks

    Giant anteater: ISXP
    Prefers own company but tolerant of other species, oblivious to subtley, passive, practical, love of innuendos (I dunno, just look at its nose )

    Microbats: ENFP
    Flighty, gregarious, high metabolism (Extraversion?), sensitive, perceptive, temperamental

    Spotted hyena: ESFJ
    Hierarchical, nurturing, intelligent, expressive with emotions, clannish, social
    Um, yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    You better hope there are no off balance S's on the forum. You are beginning to even piss ME, an almost smart NF, off with your crap.
    Quote Originally Posted by StephMC View Post
    I'll admit, I subscribed to this thread just to watch and see who would call him out. Thank you. It made my day. I usually don't really give a crap about all the S stereotypes, but this one is especially ignorant.
    Let's see, so far I have claimed that:

    1. People with a Sensing preference have, on average, lower IQs than Intuitors. This is not an ignorant stereotype, it is a statistical fact. I have at no point claimed this is an absolute (I know at least one sensor that's even smarter than I am), but the fact is sensors are more likely to be less intelligent than intuitors than vice versa. Similarly, introverts are also more likely to have a high IQ than extroverts.

    2. People with a Sensing preference act on direct feedback from their senses, rather than abstract reasoning. This is also not a stereotype, but part of the very definition of the type. Saying that Sensors are unimaginative is no more offensive than saying Intuitors are unrealistic daydreamers, nor is either statement false.

    3. Given that Sensing is acting on direct sensory feedback, and most animals do not possess the ability for abstract thought, most animals are not intuitors. This is plain logic, and it is not to say that Sensors are as stupid as animals, merely that sensors prefer to act on senses and animals have no choice but to do so.

    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I saw your sensing score on a few tests that split things down into the cognitive functions
    My Ne is much higher than either of my Sensing functions. My Si completely sucks, and my Se is pretty deficient (High in the sense that I enjoy sensory stimulation, but I suck at noticing details -- I'm always inside my own head).

    the bumblebee that's trapped in the skylight because he's too much of a dumbass to realize that the doors and windows are open... totally an N, because no sensor would be that idiotic

    True, true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    WHO SHOWED YOU THIS? This was supposed to be in my private stash!!!

    This is actually right. I am one lazy-ass motherfucker.
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