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    I would say probably Te to me. Scary initially but then ultimately worth getting to know.
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    Fi is the scariest function. In the hands of a master, frightening.

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    The entirety of type 8. Every single 8 I've ever seen leaves a trail of fear (and dead bodies) wherever they go. Except for my dad, who only explodes sometimes, and mostly in written form. I seriously wake up to "YOU FUCKING IDIOTS YOU LEFT THE DOOR OPEN AND THE DOG DRANK TOO MUCH WATER AND PISSED ON THE CARPET, *insert threat here*!!!". But I understand where it's coming from, it is scary though. Maybe if his handwriting wasn't all caps... I guarantee there's one in just about every workplace unintentionally knocking people over with their focus.

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    Nevermind, Fi is surely the scariest of them all. Fi is the thing that lurks in the forest under a deep shadowy cover most of the time and only comes out when someone takes one wrong step or step too far, and the next thing you know you are surrounded by little red glowing eyes. Staring. I would tell you what happens if you take a step forward after that, but I....... just can't

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    is there another way to be?
    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    Ne - nothing like being butchered by an endless bombardment of Hello Kitty cuteness. :horor:
    Please, that s**ts for them NFPs, NTPs don't play that s**t.
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    Fi f'sho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    Te: because it can be mean
    Se: (primarily in the hands of an xsfp) because it's so draining to deal with longterm.
    Fi: because we never say what we are thinking
    Fe: when hugs are coming at the speed of perfume
    Ti: sometimes it needs to take a vacation far, far away
    Si: when my uncle comes over and inspects my silverware, and then washes it himself "to make sure"

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    Nevermind, Fi is surely the scariest of them all. Fi is the thing that lurks in the forest under a deep shadowy cover most of the time and only comes out when someone takes one wrong step or step too far, and the next thing you know you are surrounded by little red glowing eyes. Staring. I would tell you what hap
    pens if you take a step forward after that, but I....... just can't
    Did I hear something mean about Fi people?

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    To the scariest function, in my personal opinion, I'll have to go with the function combination of SeJe loop, ESPs without a developed rational Ji center to temper them(I think of Tuco from Breaking Bad: SeFe ESTP). It's like a very unpredictable swing between being friendly and jovial(at first) and then unexpectedly switching into a super aggressive territorial monster. For the introverts, NiJi loops ain't no joke either.
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