You can only "see" what your lens allows you to see. You can kid yourself into believing what you think is there, actually isn't. And what you think isn't there, actually is. None of us are omniscient - not even you. You are just as capable of self-deception as anyone else.As far as trying to type someone else, it's easier to say what they aren't than what they are. But trying to type someone else is more for fun or interest sake, than to be taken terribly seriously.
As for your last sentence, ironically, you're one of the people who takes MBTI far too seriously. It was you who complained about having such a hard time communicating in a world of sensors, and why shouldn't "they" have to adapt. That is a prime example of using type as an excuse for one's own foibles.
The scary thing about Sim is, you could flat out tell him something wasn't true about yourself, and he couldn't adapt to the new knowledge. He'd just ignore it or pretend it wasn't true.
I recall telling an ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) I had bilateral symptoms with my type of sinusitis.
"That's impossible," she said.
I fired her on the spot.
Don't forget the car you drive and what you eat for breakfast.Honestly, I think it's extremely peculiar that you examine personality by the vocabulary one uses and the way they dress.
It's crucial, when typing people.