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    I know a LOT of Ns. I think they're over-represented in my college. I also know a bunch of xSFPs, but they're pretty much all in the music department. I have a sneaking suspicion that the other Sensors at my school are underachievers, which is why I don't see much of them.

    I have a lot of NF friends, too (further evidence of the truth of my hypothesis, i.e. that I have a secret NF fan club). I'll bet most people that like me on TypeC are NFs, also... especially INFPs, even though I don't really know any of them irl.

    My friends:
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    ESFP (who I might date if she wasn't a girl)
    ESFJ (x2)
    ISTJ (my cousin)
    ENTP
    ENTJ (x2?)
    INTJ
    INFJ (x2)
    ENFJ (x2, one of whom I might date if he weren't gay)

    and NO STPs Where are you guys???


    Also, I swear to god, 90% of the girls who live in my dorm are xSFJs. Always girl talk and parties and laughing at things that I don't think are funny. I feel so cold and without Fe in comparison. It's ridiculous how much I don't fit in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    I know a LOT of Ns. I think they're over-represented in my college. I also know a bunch of xSFPs, but they're pretty much all in the music department. I have a sneaking suspicion that the other Sensors at my school are underachievers, which is why I don't see much of them.

    I have a lot of NF friends, too (further evidence of the truth of my hypothesis, i.e. that I have a secret NF fan club). I'll bet most people that like me on TypeC are NFs, also... especially INFPs, even though I don't really know any of them irl.

    My friends:
    ISFP
    ESFP (who I might date if she wasn't a girl)
    ESFJ (x2)
    ENTP
    ENTJ (x2?)
    INTJ
    INFJ (x2)
    ENFJ (x2, one of whom I might date if he weren't gay)

    and NO STPs Where are you guys???


    Also, I swear to god, 90% of the girls who live in my dorm are xSFJs. Always girl talk and parties and laughing at things that I don't think are funny. I feel so cold and without Fe in comparison. It's ridiculous how much I don't fit in.
    Wow no ESTJ or ISTJ friends? What's your major?

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    this is my winter song EJCC's Avatar
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    ^ I'm thinking of going into something foreign affairs related, but I don't like anyone in the Middle Eastern/SW Asia studies program at the moment (and that's where I have a lot of my classes) - they all seem snooty and arrogant, and like they talk AT people instead of TO people, and only about what THEY think. They're smart, but they know they're smart.

    That's why I like to hang out with music department kids - they're more easygoing and fun, and yet they still are hardworking and often very smart people. (That's where my ENFJ, INFJ and ISFP friends come from.)
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    Research is chock full of Ns, especially NTs. But out of our organization of 10 or so, I'd reckon that we have two NFs and two STs.

    This town overall is like TJ central, though. You can throw a stone in any direction and smack one in the head. (I urge everyone to try this out sometime--it's fun)

    My best friends seem to be NFs.

    I don't think there's any 'statistical deviance' in the people I know, but, like most of us, I tend to hang out and work with people who have similar interests or mindsets.

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    Practically everyone in my environment is an NTJ. Maybe a couple of INFPs. Then again I read that extraverted thinkers will generally prefer the company of other extraverted thinkers... so maybe those are just the people i attract/am attracted to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcda View Post
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    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    I swear to god, 90% of the girls who live in my dorm are xSFJs. Always girl talk and parties and laughing at things that I don't think are funny. I feel so cold and without Fe in comparison. It's ridiculous how much I don't fit in.
    Story of my life freshman year...
    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    That's why I like to hang out with music department kids - they're more easygoing and fun, and yet they still are hardworking and often very smart people. (That's where my ENFJ, INFJ and ISFP friends come from.)
    I hung out with music kids. My best music friend is ENFJ. Generally, most of the music kids I know are SPs, and a few
    xNTPs.

    My ENTJ roommate's in theatre, so I knew a lot of theatre kids too... It's kind of hard to say what types they are. Extreme Es, for sure. Probably ExFPs.

    I was a dance major--switched down to a minor--but I was still heavily involved in the dance department. Mostly SFs, ESFxs at that.

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    I think that training can have some influence on shaping peoples responses at least to typology tests. I also think that some types are popular with people or popular with people who label others on the basis of their behaviour or reported thinking or even the way they phrase things can be important too.

    I've encountered a strange mix of domineering and submissive types since I've been working in my field of social work but I'm not sure it would reflect MBTI categories and sometimes, for instance, you'll get ENTJs who're subordinate and INFP superiors, I think that takes a prevailence of some traits or the repression of others in the role playing that's reqired.

    What I find interesting is the prevailence of N almost everywhere.

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    Most people I work with are ESFJs, ISFJs, ISTJs or ESTJs with the occasional NF thrown in. I'm a teacher. When I teach high school there's an occasional NT here and there. Mostly the physed people are ESTJs or ISTJs who rise to positions in administration.

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