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    Default People with a bigger (insert your dominant function) than you?

    I saw something baffling on TV recently. A car was propped up vertically between a tree and a house. A woman told: "This is my sister's car, I lent it because I wanted to learn to drive..."
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    "My husband saw the car and put it there. He's an artist."
    The man: "When you've got an idea, you need to carry it out. No thinking about it, just doing!"

    Huh.

    Then there's also Douglas Adams, of course. And Terry Pratchett. :jealous:
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    People with a bigger (insert your dominant function) than you?
    For some reason I was naturally expecting innuendo here... I don't know what this says about me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ragashree View Post
    For some reason I was naturally expecting innuendo here... I don't know what this says about me!
    That makes two of us.

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    Pretty much all of the EXFJs and most INXJ I have met.

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    *is also disappointed by the lack of innuendo*



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    lol @ the innuendos :lol:

    I've yet to meet anyone who has a bigger Ne than I do, but then again, that may just be my false sense of grandeur. I am quite proud of my Ne, especially in combination with To and Fi!

    I can list people with bigger boobs than me though :P
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    Alot of the INTPs on here probably have a bigger dominant function than I do. I just like to think I'm a more balanced INTP.
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    :facepalm: I should have said "stronger", shouldn't I?
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    I think the ambiguity makes the thread more interesting.

    At this site, there are at least 11 members with a bigger Ti than me (INTPs, ISTPs, and one INTJ)... outside this site my Ti probably looks a lot bigger =P

    So out there in the world, I'm not sure about anyone with better introverted thinking, but I'm sure I don't have a monopoly on it. It would be interesting to meet someone who is super Ti dominant..

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