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    Se, for sure

    (not about theives but about seeing pie and taking it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    Fe, right?

    What is the function that moves one to take and eat a freshly-baked apple pie from the windowsill of a neighbor while they're not looking?
    I was thinking Fi is also possible. I really like pie and want to eat pie. Sounds like an internal values based system. Fi doesn't always have to be doing the 'good' thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    I was thinking Fi is also possible. I really like pie and want to eat pie. Sounds like an internal values based system. Fi doesn't always have to be doing the 'good' thing.
    Fi or Se, I suppose. Though the Fi case would require that the person's value system valued personal happiness over other people's right to have their stuff. Whereas with Se, the person might not be thinking about whose pie it is, and just grab/eat it without thinking. However, Fi or Ti might also compel an SP to pay back the person later, after they've eaten the pie. It really depends on the value system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    Fe, right?

    What is the function that moves one to take and eat a freshly-baked apple pie from the windowsill of a neighbor while they're not looking?
    Agree with this.

    And I'd choose Se for pie: very attentive to exactly when the pie is vulnerable for the taking, strong impulse to take it, excited about the risk, looking forward to the thrill of the experience as well as the taste in the end?

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    Lol! Awesome.

    For the Pie I would say extroverted perceiving....whatever function that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noon View Post
    Agree with this.

    And I'd choose Se for pie: very attentive to exactly when the pie is vulnerable for the taking, strong impulse to take it, excited about the risk, looking forward to the thrill of the experience as well as the taste in the end?
    I also agree that Se is right for the pie stealing.

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    What function is this demonstrating?

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrSzXTa4OFU"]Attitude[/YOUTUBE]

    It's the function the coach is demonstrating.

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    Te/Fi

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    What function is this demonstrating?

    It's the function the coach is demonstrating.
    I think Te/Fi too, for the coach as well as for the vibe of the entire video. Certain parts of the death crawl also make me think of Se/Ni problem-solving too (not as a literal representation, though).

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    Facing the Giants! I love that part where the crippled old man tries to get out of his wheelchair, falls, and then says "I guess I got a little too ambitious." Comedy gold.

    But yeah, I guess I'd probably say that clip seems most like Te/Fi.
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