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    29 53.70%
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Thread: Which FP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Oh yay! Another Elfboy thread!!!

    haha. Marm.. I'm not going to vote because without interacting with you in person I can't know for sure. What I do know is that you come across much more no-nonsense and to the point than most of the other ENFP's on here. I also think in most of your posts you pepper real-world examples -- of people you know, of past experiences, and so on -- than many N's tend to do. You seem less theory-centered and speculative in presentation, and more 'this is how it is'. I'm inclined to say ESFP based on presentation on the forums. Based on your video? You seem more reserved. I recall uumlau citing a good case for ISFP based on your video alone, and I didn't have huge reason to disagree with him. But I think you're more E than I.
    Yes the reason why I leaned toward ENFP is because I am not all that extroverted IRL, though I can be very expressive at times. It's like when I'm extroverted I'm really extroverted, but usually I am pretty reserved and need time to myself. For that reason ENFP and ISFP made the most sense because of introverted extrovert and extroverted introvert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    Not sure what you are Marm but Si appears to play a strong role and your decision maker is F-based.
    Agreed...I read some of your posts and I can see a word-for-word restatements of information. Reminds me of this ESFJ guy I work with. Not saying you're ESFJ, but there's some Si being used somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    *Takes out the syringes, knocks everyone in thread out*
    I'm sorry, it'll take more than a shot to get me to sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I was saying I'm not a J due to Fe, nor am I a J due to the Keirsey definition, which does have to do with being scheduled and organized.

    Anyway, the person who I was responding to just says things like that to me because he's butthurt that I compared him to Benny Hill and laugh about PUA.

    Doesn't want to sleep with you =/= FJ

    FP =/= stupid slut

    LOL @ Benny Hill.....I'd be mad if somebody said that to me too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    Agreed...I read some of your posts and I can see a word-for-word restatements of information. Reminds me of this ESFJ guy I work with. Not saying you're ESFJ, but there's some Si being used somewhere.
    Why are word for word restatements of information Si? Si is a world view that places value on subjective personal experiences and ascribes meaning to things based on past experience.

    Stating facts is stating facts. I've always had a really good memory. Si =/= memory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    Ni and Ne deal with reading between the lines and recognizing the implicit consequences of one's actions. so logically wouldn't this mean that N children would be better and knowing the consequences of their actions at an earlier age?
    You're assuming both that recognizing consequences requires "reading between the lines" AND that "reading between the lines" improves the ability to recognize consequences. Most consequences are not at all abstraction-based, so why would an S have more trouble recognizing that you get sunburned if you play in the sun, or something stupid like that?

    Also imo Ni is more of a "reading between the lines" function than Ne is. I would call Ne more of a "creating entirely new lines to read" function. As a result, Se children with tertiary Ni would theoretically have an edge over Ne children(i.e. with low Ni) when it comes to Ni activities....and that's not even getting into the fact that MBTI is defined by preference, not ability, so an S child could easily be better at some random N thing than an N child.
    -end of thread-

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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    LOL @ Benny Hill.....I'd be mad if somebody said that to me too!
    Well, then maybe you shouldn't act like him if you don't want to be compared to him.

    (not you)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Oh yay! Another Elfboy thread!!!

    haha. Marm.. I'm not going to vote because without interacting with you in person I can't know for sure. What I do know is that you come across much more no-nonsense and to the point than most of the other ENFP's on here. I also think in most of your posts you pepper real-world examples -- of people you know, of past experiences, and so on -- than many N's tend to do. You seem less theory-centered and speculative in presentation, and more 'this is how it is'. I'm inclined to say ESFP based on presentation on the forums. Based on your video? You seem more reserved. I recall uumlau citing a good case for ISFP based on your video alone, and I didn't have huge reason to disagree with him. But I think you're more E than I.
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    Marm, for some reason I keep reverting to ENFP or EXFP for you. I really don't know why, perhaps it's because that's how I've known you for a while. I'm mentally resistive to the ESFP change for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    You're assuming both that recognizing consequences requires "reading between the lines" AND that "reading between the lines" improves the ability to recognize consequences. Most consequences are not at all abstraction-based, so why would an S have more trouble recognizing that you get sunburned if you play in the sun, or something stupid like that?

    Also imo Ni is more of a "reading between the lines" function than Ne is. I would call Ne more of a "creating entirely new lines to read" function. As a result, Se children with tertiary Ni would theoretically have an edge over Ne children(i.e. with low Ni) when it comes to Ni activities....and that's not even getting into the fact that MBTI is defined by preference, not ability, so an S child could easily be better at some random N thing than an N child.
    you bring up an excellent point. I'll think about that for a bit
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