the more developed the function the more masterfully it can be wielded
my Si only functions in my photographic memory of textbook pages... I used to cite examples complete with all of the correct bibliographic information on in class tests... the professors always were suspicious, but could prove nothing
Human beings make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to invent boredom? -Terry Pratchett
Mine works great remembering numbers. I could tell you my bank account and ABA, full credit card number, three calling card phone numbers and their respective PINs, and at least thirty phone numbers from memory. But I won't.
Maybe they have a sharp Ne; you do. Obviously if you have no idea where it's coming from it has to be Ne at work, because Ne is what finds wacky connections no one else can see. That is the very definition of the function. Se's job is to voraciously devour information (to be then processed by Ti, but Ti can't work with anything it doesn't have).
Man... I think you've mistaken anything awesome for Ne. It's very unlikely that an ESXP has strong Ne. It's their 8th function. Whatever just has some pretty wicked cool Se + Ti :P
I have an inner monologue that sounds strikingly similar to something off Animal Planet.