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    Quote Originally Posted by AffirmitiveAnxiety View Post
    One thing I have noticed about Ti users is that they cannot help but notice inconsistancies within specific arena's. It's like a compulsion, one which seems stronger the more preferential the Ti is.

    I suppose this comes from taking things apart and analysing them.
    It's very true of me.
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    Hi there ! First of all I will apologize for my next grammar mistakes, but hope you will still understand me. I'll try to make this comment as brief as possible and to the point.

    I'm a 17 years old teenager who's interested in science, and like 1 year ago I found out about MBTI. Since then I read every single day about personalities and functions, and yet I can't really say which type I really am. I have doubts, I am a bit confused about some functions like Te/Ti Ne/Ni, and I am also afraid to misstype myself. The reason I am interested in MBTI is because I find it very useful : knowing and developing yourself, understanding others, and also I think a lot of my future career. Self achievement is really important for me, and again I'm afraid of failure. I don't want to go the wrong path. The type that is most likely I am is INTP, like you. When I watch your videos I kinda see myself in you. Also judging by your profile picture, I can tell that you watched DN. I'm also a huge fan. Seen it 9 times in different languages (just saying that we have thinks in common), still, I really can't tell for sure, 100%, what type I really am. So...I'd really appreciate if you can help me in some way or another, asking me questions like some sort of test, or stuff like that. I'd really appreciate it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctorjuice View Post
    Ti vs Te Video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyx5xQfNPaA

    Third video in my MBTI series! Hope you enjoy it, hope you learn something!

    Let me know if I said anything you disagree with Or if you liked it!

    What characteristics of Te or Ti do you notice in yourself or others? Which do you prefer someone else having?

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    Ni vs Ne Explained:
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    Introversion vs Extraversion Explained:
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    I don't seem to use Te in the slightest. I really see a lot more Ti... @The Great One

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Qwan View Post
    I don't seem to use Te in the slightest. I really see a lot more Ti... @The Great One

    Do you agree?
    Yeah you're Ti as fuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    Yeah you're Ti as fuck.
    The more I look at myself, the more I'm seeing that Fe in me, too...
    Fe is super strong in because I use it all the time as a survival mechanism...

    I think that is what makes me always test as ENFP:
    I've gone soft...
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    This seems like a good example of Ti logic



    Probably more Ti backed by Se-Ni though. What do you think? @The Great One

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    I see Te as talking steps out loud. (Is this true, people?)
    Like when I am following a recipe, I am saying out loud, "2 tablespoons of sugar." I always talk out steps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AzulEyes View Post
    I see Te as talking steps out loud. (Is this true, people?)
    Like when I am following a recipe, I am saying out loud, "2 tablespoons of sugar." I always talk out steps.
    As do I...
    If I do not, I forget what I am doing and wander off in a trance...
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    I say this as a reminder to myself, but this goes for everyone:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Qwan View Post
    The more I look at myself, the more I'm seeing that Fe in me, too...
    Fe is super strong in because I use it all the time as a survival mechanism...

    I think that is what makes me always test as ENFP:
    I've gone soft...
    XD
    For the 80th time, YOU'RE NOT AN ENFP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    For the 80th time, YOU'RE NOT AN ENFP!
    What type was the eleventh Doctor Who? I'm compared to him all the time...
    He looks like an ENFP...
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    I say this as a reminder to myself, but this goes for everyone:

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    -Magic Qwan

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