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    I found this interesting (definitely relate to the "Fi" stuff totally and the "Fe" stuff not at all - unsurprising.) However, the methodology is flawed. You have typed the individuals and then look for "proof" of that judgement. Some of it sounds plausible, but you get into really speculative territory with stuff like this:

    “They are also not above telling white lies to make others feel better. *Hence Mulligan’s reassurance may not be sincere- maybe she thinks that Garfield talked for too long.”*

    Well yeah, but she could also be sincere, so you're not actually proving anything at all with this statement. And who isn't above telling a white lie, anyway?

    I'm skeptical of the value of this sort of thing. Though it's certainly fun.

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    - the video might be a bit too long and people might lose interest.
    I thought it was too short...
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    *ahem* Just here to jump on the bandwagon and request more videos of this nature. @Economica, this may be a stupid question, but is this your channel? I'll subscribe if it is.

    I will say that I didn't necessarily agree with everything in the video, but I did enjoy it. Everyone else seems to be pointing out flaws quite nicely, so I'll just .

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    I thought it was too short...
    Me too.

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    Not sure if this has been posted, but I found this interesting:



    The analysis makes Carey Mulligan seem evil (Fe) and Garfield seem rude and immature (Fi)

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    I thought that was a pretty good video. I'm actually quite surprised that celebrity types appears to have typed both of them correctly.

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    This was awesome! Totally want to see more like this!
    Um I'm a lil concerned for myself. Apparently I watched this video a year ago ??

    I watched it a couple months ago and I thought it was the first time. :/
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    I've seen this. It was crazy how much I related to Garfield's little rant about kids in school. I wanted to like fist pound him after it, haha. Fi love
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    that still frame is interesting actually...you can see her feeling being projected outward and his just sort of pooling around him...all self contained.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    I found this interesting (definitely relate to the "Fi" stuff totally and the "Fe" stuff not at all - unsurprising.) However, the methodology is flawed. You have typed the individuals and then look for "proof" of that judgement. Some of it sounds plausible, but you get into really speculative territory with stuff like this:

    “They are also not above telling white lies to make others feel better. *Hence Mulligan’s reassurance may not be sincere- maybe she thinks that Garfield talked for too long.”*

    Well yeah, but she could also be sincere, so you're not actually proving anything at all with this statement. And who isn't above telling a white lie, anyway?

    I'm skeptical of the value of this sort of thing. Though it's certainly fun.

    I thought it was too short...
    oh this is interesting...can you expand on why you identify more with the fi? is it just the fact that it's an internal judgment like your ti? i often get the impression that intps "get" fi better than many others....for whatever reason. or maybe it's that you guys are so non judgy that you are just accepting of it??
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