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    Quote Originally Posted by 21lux View Post
    I just watched this crazy person run a red light at a major intersection like that's a dangerous game of frogger ur playing with ur life friend
    Whenever someone mentions Frogger, I always think of that episode of Seinfeld where George was trying to push the Frogger game across the street, and it looked just like the game.
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    I think its really interesting how me and my ISTJ get the same answers on tests and are right, but using very different methods.

    He sees the question, says "I think this one is the answer, I'm pretty sure" and pulls up his notes and looks up what he think it is so he can confirm it by definition of what it is.

    I see the question, say "I think this one is the answer, I'm pretty sure" and look at all of the other options to confirm for myself that the other options are definitely wrong so the one that I think is right is definitely the only option, so basically confirming it by definition of what it isnt.

    So basically:

    ISTJ: The answer is "death of the other" because I remember the definition, and my notes say that worrying about loved ones dying more than the self is "death of the other."

    Me: The answer is "death of the other because" I remember the definition, and I know that the others fall under completely different definitions meaning that this one is the only real option anyway.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 21lux View Post
    I think its really interesting how me and my ISTJ get the same answers on tests and are right, but using very different methods.

    He sees the question, says "I think this one is the answer, I'm pretty sure" and pulls up his notes and looks up what he think it is so he can confirm it by definition of what it is.

    I see the question, say "I think this one is the answer, I'm pretty sure" and look at all of the other options to confirm for myself that the other options are definitely wrong so the one that I think is right is definitely the only option, so basically confirming it by definition of what it isnt.

    So basically:

    ISTJ: The answer is "death of the other" because I remember the definition, and my notes say that worrying about loved ones dying more than the self is "death of the other."

    Me: The answer is "death of the other because" I remember the definition, and I know that the others fall under completely different definitions meaning that this one is the only real option anyway.
    I actually use your method, because it's more time-efficient. Plus, tests usually don't allow for note-referencing IME.
    and it's nice enough to
    make a man
    weep, but I don't
    weep, do
    you?

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    Ah your friend using Te and you using Ti. Excellent! Sorry I mean for @21lux
    Last edited by Forever; 01-30-2016 at 07:46 PM. Reason: Removed EJCC's quote. EJCC: Sorry!
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