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  • Yes, and I'm 100% sure of myself on N/S preference

    9 10.47%
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    3 3.49%
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    57 66.28%
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Thread: Sensor hate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    I've said this before- but I don't think that sensor hate is even real. I think it's something made up by forum members so that they can feel like they are in some special race. Those people don't even know what a sensor is and probably type real life people that they hate "sensors" and people that they like "intuitives."

    There's no one who walks around IRL looking down on sensors or noticing a language barrier with all sensors that they meet. It's natural to dislike ignorant or boring people, but many N's are ignorant and boring as well.


    It's not real.

    .. but then again, we are sensors so we would say that. Lolz

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    I've said this before- but I don't think that sensor hate is even real. I think it's something made up by forum members so that they can feel like they are in some special race. Those people don't even know what a sensor is and probably type real life people that they hate "sensors" and people that they like "intuitives."

    There's no one who walks around IRL looking down on sensors or noticing a language barrier with all sensors that they meet. It's natural to dislike ignorant or boring people, but many N's are ignorant and boring as well.
    I assumed he meant on the boards, because even if it is just on the boards, it is real on here. Now in real life I agree with you.

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    I love sensors, and sometimes I make out with them.

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    From what I can tell, "sensor hate" is just another bias on the forum based on the population composition.

    To give an example of where I'm getting at, let's take a look at the proportion of INTx's and ESFx's. INTx's happen to be one of the more populous types on the forum, and ESFx's one of the least, as well as being one of the more criticized types here. Coincidentally, ESFx's are the complete opposite of INTx's, and as we all know it's (usually) a bit harder to get along with and/or understand our complete opposites. Anyways, with few ESFx's around, ESFx bashing may be higher than it would have been otherwise. I don't know how many people would appreciate the bashing of a really common type on the forum all the time.

    In addition, xNFP's are also common on the forum and their complete opposites, xSTJ's, are also less common.

    Anyways, this is all obviously a random hypothesis. Just my two cents
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    oops misread picked last option by mistake. Know I am an N but for the most part like all the types and appreciate their relative strengths...Although everyone knows INTPs are the best and brightest by far.
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    I hate sensors! GO TO HELL GIGGLY!

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    oh yes... I hate sensors enough that I'm the one person so far to vote that they hate them... I'm that cool

    (ok... it was a mistake because I don't like reading details... but whatever :rolli
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    oh yes... I hate sensors enough that I'm the one person so far to vote that they hate them... I'm that cool

    (ok... it was a mistake because I don't like reading details... but whatever :rolli
    That's just awesome... LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    That's just awesome... LOL.
    I think I just confirmed a stereotype there by thinking that a POLL had too many words to read carefully
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    Wait....so who is the other one?

    *looks around suspiciously*

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