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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    Fe. It bothers/annoys me a lot.

    I'm not to much bothered by Si because I repsect the fact that order and tradition means the WORLD to some people, and it usually messes them up pretty bad when you don't have that. So I'm cool with Si even though I, in no way shape or form, express or use it.
    The same could be said about any function really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    When having to use it myself: Ti

    In others: the combo FeTi...sorry
    I'm at a complete loss, which type has FeTi?
    Does it occur naturally in a type or is it a non-type? XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    The same could be said about any function really.
    Yeah, I considered that but something about Si makes me not hate it. I don't know why.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    Yeah, I considered that but something about Si makes me not hate it.
    I think Si might be majestic if used properly. Byronic, even.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    I'm at a complete loss, which type has FeTi?
    Does it occur naturally in a type or is it a non-type? XD
    Basically the mix between the auxillary and tertiary of IXFJs...



    Surprising how many people say Si when in survival situations they'd most likely go back to it out of fear when they are at a loss of what to do to.

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    All of them, except for Fi & Ne, particularly Fi in the dom position and Ne in the aux position.

    I actually find that a function seems to be most "annoying" when in the aux or tert position though. For instance, Si is more likely to annoy me in an ESxJ than an ISxJ. Fe can seem inconsistent/hypocritical in an ExTP. This explains why I love Fe in most ENFJs, but often do not click with ESFJs (it's really their Si-aux). The way the functions work with one another can totally change how they feel to someone else.
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    To quote W.C.Fields with slight modification - "I'm free of all prejudices, I hate every function equally".

    Within reason, of course, and mostly depending on my mood of the minute.

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    sometimes i'd say Fi in myself, because it is draining to constantly have to assess the value in everything....and it makes me feel kind of like an alien around people who aren't bothered with that sort of thing. not that i mind if they think i'm weird, but it makes it hard to be a true go with the flow hedonist most of the time with Fi as a dominant 'lens' for life... i wish i could party like some of my friends can. shit, even my 60 year old ESFP dad is better at it than i am. Fi is as great as it is daunting.

    but in general, Si is my personal stumbling block. it makes me wary to trust anything new at times (despite the delightful Ne telling me to "try it and see what happens!")...i do love that it enables me to do familiar things like ride a bike or take notes with an almost unconscious fluidity and ease, but i detest how it makes me a wuss of sorts in the physical realm. it reminds me of how hard it is to learn a new mechanical skill when my Se is so weak and i have no real bearing to rely on at all... it's what helps me know my way around a familiar setting in the dark, but it's also what makes me hesitant to walk around a new space alone. Si in others can also be grating due to the expectations of what a typical anything should resemble; what qualities ought to be present and in what ratios...Si is all about "shoulds", really. and that can be truly comfortable only in what is familiar, tested, and, well...kind of boring, therefore. it makes me Ne pretty aggravated.

    in others, i would say the most annoying function for me to encounter is Fe. i love sincere interactions, but Fe seems often very forced and, well, too "safe" for my tastes. like a store bought greeting card rather than a personal note with real feeling... prettier on the outside, perhaps, but lacking real substance within...yeah; nothing's worse than overly gushy, half-sincere compliments. i would really honestly rather just have someone ignore me or even directly criticize me than throw me a bunch of fake niceties because they think it's expected... there's that pesky Fi again; needs to loosen up! (but that is saying a lot that i'd prefer the criticism as an Fi-dom and all, methinks. )


    cool thread idea; i seldom pass up an opportunity to complain!


    edit: i didn't take into account how different functions can appear when in certain orders and in tandem with other functions...that's a whole new ramble....

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    Dominant extraverted Thinking = :horor:
    Even with good intentions, Te users are always intimidating as !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Litvyak View Post
    I think Si might be majestic if used properly. Byronic, even.
    Yeah, I'm totally comforted by Si, even if can be annoying in some cases, I definitely have value for it. Speaking of Byron, Wordsworth was an ISFJ. He's one of my FAVORITE poets.

    I don't hate Te, but I think Te doms can be the hardest to get along with IRL. I get along with them just fine on-line, though, and clash more with Ti, which is funny.

    I don't hate any function, just it's unhealthy or improper use...

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