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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite Bubble View Post
    1. Your eyes fall upon a long line of guitars in a shop window. Pick the thought process most suitable on first sight:

    S: They're all different shapes, sizes and colours. All of them have they're own separate features.
    N: They're all the same entity; instruments that are capable of creating sounds for playing music.

    2a. (S) In which area of life are you more inclined to place some sense of order onto?

    J: The exterior world. (I allow my thoughts to be more directionless and free-flowing.)
    P: My thoughts. (Not as much exertion on the exterior as I can fit around whatever comes up.)

    2b. (N) Which attitude leads you through life the most?

    T: Detached 'truth', which is separate from myself and I don't like to mix the two.
    F: My own person values and morality. I remain undetached from these most of the time and they motivate me.
    A mix of the two.
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    How does one organize one thoughts?
    You can think of it like you have a deck of cards, and each one represents a thought. You can put them together in all sorts of ways- connect spades, then connect like numbers, then put a chain of them in numerical order, etc. I think of it like I have an infinitely large filing cabinet in my mind. But the connections are more along the lines of the deck of cards (except more complex).

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    What does this mean? Like you want to contribute to ways of thinking?


    Ok, new T/F question:
    Whose job would you rather have (if you had to choose)- Oprah, or Donald Trump?
    Well, one is surely more appealing than the other. In many typology questions I feel I could be "both." As we all know, it is the preference that indicates the type. As an NT, I'd likely rather have Oprah's job.

    Perhaps a good T/F question would be: is it more of a compliment to be empathetic or rational?
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    Perhaps a good T/F question would be: is it more of a compliment to be empathetic or rational?
    I know this may sound stupid. But will all F's actually answer 'empathetic' to this question?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pushbeat View Post
    I know this may sound stupid. But will all F's actually answer 'empathetic' to this question?
    95% of NFs I know would. The problem with asking only two questions is there are no absolutes. So you just have to go with what an NF is most likely to choose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pushbeat View Post
    I know this may sound stupid. But will all F's actually answer 'empathetic' to this question?
    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    95% of NFs I know would. The problem with asking only two questions is there are no absolutes. So you just have to go with what an NF is most likely to choose.
    I would definitely choose rational. Which proves beyond a doubt I'm XNTP. So ha. Unless I'm in the 5%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    I would definitely choose rational. Which proves beyond a doubt I'm XNTP. So ha. Unless I'm in the 5%.
    Well, excepting of INFJs. They seem obsessed with being rational.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    Well, excepting of INFJs. They seem obsessed with being rational.
    But Greenfairy is a perceiver, so no INFJ. that is, is it the judging trait that makes them feel rational?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    Well, excepting of INFJs. They seem obsessed with being rational.
    We're reasoning irrationalists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pushbeat View Post
    But Greenfairy is a perceiver, so no INFJ. that is, is it the judging trait that makes them feel rational?
    I think it might be the Ti.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    Well, excepting of INFJs. They seem obsessed with being rational.
    Well then, only 75% of NF's would answer as such.
    Quote Originally Posted by Pushbeat View Post
    But Greenfairy is a perceiver, so no INFJ.
    Eh, it's debatable. And flexible, probably on an hourly basis.

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