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    Senior Member alcea rosea's Avatar
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    I get very ISTP'ish vibes from you, so I wouldn't mind you changing your type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alcea rosea View Post
    I get very ISTP'ish vibes from you, so I wouldn't mind you changing your type.
    Vibes are such an enfp thing. Never change.

    You know I have already changed my type multiple times in the course of this thread. istp at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Vibes are such an enfp thing. Never change.

    You know I have already changed my type multiple times in the course of this thread. istp at the moment.
    I don't mind the change. ISFP is good too.
    I think getting the right vibe through internet is quite difficult so my vibes can be quite wrong... (even if real life).

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I don't know which way I breakdown in real life more often. Te or Fe style. I've done both when annoyed.

    I know what I should do! I should throw a fit!
    You can throw a fit on me. I give my permission.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I don't know which way I breakdown in real life more often. Te or Fe style. I've done both when annoyed.

    I know what I should do! I should throw a fit!
    This is merely my perspective, but I think ITPs are well aware of Te and it's usefulness, but they're often challenging it (consciously, and with rationalized appeals). They're in opposition, rather than unaware or avoiding it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICUP View Post
    You can throw a fit on me. I give my permission.
    Okay! Just you wait and see.

    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    This is merely my perspective, but I think ITPs are well aware of Te and it's usefulness, but they're often challenging it (consciously). They're in opposition, rather than unaware or avoiding it.
    What do you think the earlier post is? I don't really feel I have a grasp on any function in myself apart from Se and some kind of introverted judgement process.

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    I can't say if you're definitively an ISTP but ESFP doesn't appear to fit. Te-tert isn't evident and it should be observably so through behaviours.

    This quote came from Quenk about stressed IxTPs:

    Like Introverted Feeling types, Introverted Thinking types often report
    becoming uncharacteristically sociable, outgoing, and expressive of feelings
    as part of their inferior function experience.This is reported by both
    males and females of these types and by individuals of all ages. However,
    the loss of social inhibition is likely to emerge eventually in easily
    expressed anger, being loud and perhaps inappropriate and obnoxious.
    Introverted Thinking types seem to report less pleasure in losing their
    inhibitions than do Introverted Feeling types, perhaps because they are
    uncomfortable extraverting their normally introverted critical Thinking.
    It may be that their naturally unspoken critical stance emerges more
    quickly than it does for ISFPs and INFPs.

    As the Introverted Thinking type’s conscious control of differentiated
    Thinking starts to diminish, use of that dominant function along with
    auxiliary Sensing or Intuition becomes increasingly difficult.The internal
    struggle for control may be largely unobserved by others. But as time goes
    on, others may notice a certain slowness, vagueness, and distractibility
    replacing the sharp acuity that they are used to seeing in the ISTP or
    INTP. Introverted Thinking types report becoming illogical, inefficient,
    unfocused,and scattered.An INTP described becoming “emotional,edgy,
    disorganized, obsessive about details, confused, closed. Usually I am easygoing,
    centered, and creative and see lots of options.” An ISTP reported
    becoming “confused, disorganized, unable to focus. I lose track of my
    organizational strategies and get messy.” A young ISTP described himself
    as “slow and dimwitted, forgetting stuff all the time.”And a youthful INTP
    said,“I lack the mental energy and clarity that I ordinarily maintain. I’m
    not able to concentrate at all. I become completely illogical.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Okay! Just you wait and see.



    What do you think the earlier post is? I don't really feel I have a grasp on any function in myself apart from Se and some kind of introverted judgement process.
    I'm not sure what to make of that post. You're questioning perspective and experience, and how that might skew answers, but show that you at least would rely on someone with qualifications and could provide a comprehensive system. That's kind of something I've seen from IFJ, but this all just at a glance. I'm not typing you IFJ. I might do that myself time to time, except for the "comprehensive" part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I want to see who will say no way.
    I want to throw a spanner in your typology interpretation works.
    No way. And you can take your spanner and shove it mister!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    I can't say if you're definitively an ISTP but ESFP doesn't appear to fit. Te-tert isn't evident and it should be observably so through behaviours.

    This quote came from Quenk about stressed IxTPs:
    I skimmed that over again. I relate more to istp. It isn't like I haven't done the Te one though.

    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    I'm not sure what to make of that post. You're questioning perspective and experience, and how that might skew answers, but show that you at least would rely on someone with qualifications and could provide a comprehensive system. That's kind of something I've seen from IFJ, but this all just at a glance. I'm not typing you IFJ. I might do that myself time to time, except for the "comprehensive" part.
    You once said I might be isfj, so you must see Fe in me. You never know...

    Quote Originally Posted by Kasper View Post
    No way. And you can take your spanner and shove it mister!
    clang, clang

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