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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    There is a very obvious hierarchy of functions from best to worst, it goes like this:

    Fi
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    If you don't agree you're in denial.

    Whhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaattttttttttt...you just copied your own cookie-cutter function order for an ISFP.

    Nice one :pornstar:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    If this thread were a sound, it would be the plopping of a piece of shit in the toilet.

    It felt good for a while, but now it's over, and our asses are all wet because of it.
    What kind of monstrous dumps do you take?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little_Sticks View Post
    What kind of monstrous dumps do you take?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    If this thread were a sound, it would be the plopping of a piece of shit in the toilet.

    It felt good for a while, but now it's over, and our asses are all wet because of it.
    What does it say about you that that is the best post you've ever written here?


    And, Jag, it bothers me that your pic is missing something..........Can you fix that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite-gone-awry View Post
    And, Jag, it bothers me that your pic is missing something..........Can you fix that?
    You will have to contact a scatologer.

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    hmmmm. Is there a scatologer in the house?
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    Professor Goodstain maybe? Or perhaps Fecal McAngry.



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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite-gone-awry View Post
    What does it say about you that that is the best post you've ever written here?
    It says to me that you're a mental midget.


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    Quote Originally Posted by trondor View Post
    I dont think so. I think all functions depend on each other (as I touched on in the "feeling thinking differenting"thread)

    Without feeling functions, we would have no will. We would be apatethic, not caring wheter we died or not.

    Without thinking functions, we might have had alot of desires and stuff, but we'd have no means to act on them. It'd be like being hungry without knowing how to acquire food.

    Without intuitive functions, we'd only know the details with no means to make sense of them.

    Without sensing functions, we'd be lost from the real world. I guess.

    Thing is, I see all functions as depending on each other and as equally important, without one we'd not be able to live at all. Even animals have all functions (f-motives,t-means,s-sensing,n-connections). But we have personality preference, meaning we tend to focus and excel at one or two of them.

    On the introverted-extroverted scale, I also see them both as important. Extrovert is mainly associated with action, while introverted with reflection. Both definately needed.

    Speculative, perhaps, but this is how I make sense of jungian functions.
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