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    Quote Originally Posted by Patches View Post
    But... but... We're such people-pleasers (when we want to be). How can a type that works THAT hard to please others be bad in bed? HOW?
    I can't make any assessments without proof, I'm sorry.

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    That all ENFJs give a flip about what happens to you.

    Even though I did just spend time with a sad stranger trying to bring a little light back to his eyes after he learned his marriage was over.

    Enfj stereotype epic fail.
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    if i had a quarter for every time a Fe dom in my life dumped whatever they had planned to do with me to help someone else through their personal issues

    though it kind of makes my heart melt lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noon View Post
    Interestingly, the bolded is a proper example of a Feeling judgment. I personally don't know that it's the best way, but I know that it's the way which I prefer.
    It's also the way I prefer, but for me the feeling part of it comes later... At least, I only know of understand it later on. If you didn't get the feeling side to agree, later on it will bite back.
    That honestly sounds more like an I/E issue. Maybe also an issue of one culture over-valuing popularity and materialism. It's common. Feelers can also take the brunt of it. Many Feelers (like ENFPs) are gifted at math, so I don't think that it's a deciding factor for T or F.
    I didn't mean it as a deciding factor. Of course not! But how many good-at-math Feelers are there in popular culture? That's my point. Those smart(*) sidekicks are always cliché NTPs - the cooped up nerd I or the mad inventor E.

    (*) And of course, being "smart" is represented by "good at math", which is indeed not the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    It's also the way I prefer, but for me the feeling part of it comes later... At least, I only know of understand it later on. If you didn't get the feeling side to agree, later on it will bite back.
    Absolutely.

    My Feeling side drives me nuts sometimes. If the impact on others is more negative than on myself, or if I simply feel like (a) is the right thing to do even if (b) makes more sense, I do things I might not want to do + don't do things I really want to. My conscience would never let me rest if I ignored it, but many times I wish I could do just that. I have a love/hate relationship with it.

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    Something that occurs to me is that being working class or poor, less educated, or outright less intelligent is automatically associated with S, while being middle class/upper middle class, higher education, and more intelligent is associated with N.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noon View Post
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    Oh, we understand it all right. We just don't necessarily subscribe to it... especially if it's based on somebody else's value system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
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    I had a sudden Truman Show moment when I read this...
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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Something that occurs to me is that being working class or poor, less educated, or outright less intelligent is automatically associated with S, while being middle class/upper middle class, higher education, and more intelligent is associated with N.
    and it's ironically in part because Ss are usually smart enough to realize that getting 6 postgrad degrees isn't going to do much for you.

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    ^^^^
    no, I don't think that's it...there are S doctors, S lawyers, S people in grad school...I think it's just a lame stereotype

    and the word in any case would be "practical enough" not "smart enough"...a person can have 6 useless post-grad degrees and be pretty damn smart...and probably would also be INTP

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