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Thread: Is The Person Above You Accurately Typed?

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    sure why not.

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    E6 maybe
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    ESXP?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    sure why not.
    istp 6w5

    Quote Originally Posted by riva View Post
    E6 maybe
    entp 7w6


    @Nixie

    I think so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    What do run on sentences have to do with type????

    And I looked up the rules and they're totally stupid, I'm going to put my commas wherever I damn well want!!! You can't stop me!
    Ha ha ha!

    This thread is about being "accurately typed," and if you don't type commas in the right place, then it's appropriate to discuss that.

    @Evee: I concur with typeless because I don't know them will enough.

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    Yes. Possibly iNTP, though.

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    No type listed. But I can agree that yes, your termites win (whatever that means).
    I don't mean to pry, but why would you even make the eyes?


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    Have no idea. Don't know him, it it seemslike he might be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    What do run on sentences have to do with type????
    Writing, essentially a creative process, involves a certain sense of "flow" during composition that would best match up with a Pe function. I'd imagine an Ne-heavy sentence would focus on expanding the potentiality in processes, linking long chains of concepts into a single package, and reducing them to be as compact as feasibly possible; while an Se-heavy sentence would have focus on one central theme and carry it out to its furthest possible logical conclusion.



    In an Se-user's case, run-on sentences would be associated with directly pursuing the point, flow, meaning, and overall idea of the given sentence, while at the same time neglecting the logic of good sentence structure; an Ne-user's run-on sentence would cram the passages with excessive descriptive words and comparisons, attempting to take every phrase to as many different levels as possible, at the expense of a "flow" that can be easily understood.

    In my experience on this site, the worst offenders of grammar rules in general tend to be ISTPs, while Je-dominants tend to be the staunchest followers.
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    correct your typing is, a sith lord you are
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