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    Default Different types - different humor

    I've noticed people mentioning things like "...and he has this ESFJ humor..." in various personality threads.

    The more I read such replies, the more curious I get, so I guess my curiousness pot is overfilled. Can you give me a few real examples of how certain types do humor?

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    Funny - so many mentions all over the place and no replies when asking about it directly.

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    My strong intuitive function helps me understand but not explain the concept.

    Just wait a while and I'm sure somebody will come up with something.
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    I think there are some things like Ti-dom humor will be more dry/observational and dom-Fe more relateable. I guess a fat jolly ESFJ e9 will be different than a corporate work solutions ESFJ lady. so that only goes so far I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minutegovt View Post
    I think there are some things like Ti-dom humor will be more dry/observational and dom-Fe more relateable. I guess a fat jolly ESFJ e9 will be different than a corporate work solutions ESFJ lady. so that only goes so far I guess.
    ESFJ was an example...

    ...Ti-Te-Si-Se-Fi-Fe-Ni-Ne, and all in all, I think classifying humor by MBTI is a better idea.

    I think it may be somewhat similar for Ti and Te (T) dominants, etc., but that it's different for Ti and Fi, that makes a lot of sense to me.

    The dry/relation humor is obvious, I'm looking for more than basic information that is obvious to anyone who thought about it for 30sec. No offense meant.

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