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View Poll Results: How confident you are that you got your mbti type right?

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  • 90-100%

    56 62.22%
  • Around 75%

    14 15.56%
  • Around 50%

    7 7.78%
  • Less than 50%

    4 4.44%
  • My only doubt is the I/E part.

    7 7.78%
  • No idea, bro.

    9 10.00%
  • How does this % thing work?

    7 7.78%
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  1. #141
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stigmata View Post
    Just T enough to be whole wheat after taking into consideration the nutritional value of whole grains within the diet, yet F enough to come in pretty packaging and with a sweet taste.
    I thought you would be rye bread.

    hahahahahahahahhahaaha

  2. #142
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    I thought you would be rye bread.

    hahahahahahahahhahaaha
    "I'm just here so I won't get fined."

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    Quote Originally Posted by strychnine View Post
    Interesting. Am I right in guessing you had issues recognizing your dominant function? Apparently this is quite common. I am having the same issue. I would like to hear how you know your Ne now, if you don't mind explaining. Thanks.
    This is a difficult question to answer for me. I suppose I had to step away from myself and take note of the types of things I take note of. Something that 'pings' on my radar is something that doesn't fit in the normal established patterns. When I regard something, I don't take in the object as it's own thing, instead I place it in relation to a web of other ideas and objects, their interconnectedness.

  4. #144
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    Welp, I'm doubting, friends. This means that I face an identity crisis that even MBTI cannot solve. Which means that it's unsolvable.


  5. #145
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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    Welp, I'm doubting, friends.
    *Checks list*
    Dude, you are on the 90-100% range!! It has been less than a week!
    Did you learn %?

    This means that I face an identity crisis that even MBTI cannot solve. Which means that it's unsolvable.

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    A man builds. A parasite asks 'Where is my share?'
    A man creates. A parasite says, 'What will the neighbors think?'
    A man invents. A parasite says, 'Watch out, or you might tread on the toes of God... '


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    *Checks list*
    Dude, you are on the 90-100% range!! It has been less than a week!
    Did you learn %?
    Hmm. Well, this means, conclusively, that either (a) I am a P (flippancy) or (b) I don't use Ti (logical contradiction and inconsistency in posts).



    This is how you figure out your type, guys!!!

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    Quite confident. If I'd have to name a number, 94% sounds about right.
    INFJ; 9w1 so/sp/sx; EII; RCOAI; Neutral Good

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    ENTJ just doesn't suit a guy who spent all day in a cozy chair reading about Spinoza... hmmm... I could have been out kicking ass somewhere instead... hmmm...
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  9. #149
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    95%. The other 5 is reserved for INTP.

  10. #150
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    Looks like my poll said 80% but my poll response said 90-100%. Whoops!
    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    I've seriously typed myself ENTJ, ESFJ, ENTJ, ENTP, ENFP, INFJ, ENTP, and now INFJ again.

    I'm assertive (but only to a point) like the ENTJ, inventive like the ENTP, and continually seeking clarification of inner principles like the ENFP. I guess I'm also people-centric like the ESFJ..

    But INFJ is an archetype that I'm drawn to and that I find relevance, meaning, and worth in. To me, it represents the notion of "being very human." The traits listed in that last line have, to me, really fallen under the umbrella of a type who actually seeks true socially-applicable wisdom, knowledge, strength, and capability.

    I guess I'm 80% confident that it explains me better than any other type. I will never not be an Intuition dominant, at least.
    Let's all point and laugh at this INFJ. Except it's all still true even if I label myself an ENFP, I guess.

    If I look at Jungian functions, I'm drawn to Ne and Ni as dominant at different times. In MBTI dichotomy terms, I'm fairly balanced on all of the axes aside from N/S. They're two different systems; I don't even try to mix the two or explain my own cognition with, say, "tertiary" and "inferior" functions--that's too down into the weeds for me and doesn't actually explain a whole lot.

    I also focus on different archetypes as they "fit" me seem useful to me--the archetypes themselves are useful constructs to keep in the back of the head. The constant is intuition-dominance and, to a lesser extent, feeling. As an aside, the 3/6/9 tritype (in whatever order) is said to be pretty "human" as well. Other details depend on mood and mindset.

    I'm quite content with that answer.

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