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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    I like your sig whimsical. Too bad you're not INFJ, otherwise you'd have those "natural" group skills.

    But really, how can you be confused with P/J? Swapping one of those messes everything up.

    INFP- Fi Ne Si Te
    INFJ- Ni Fe Ti Se

    How the heck can you have an X or some confusion over that?
    Those cognitive function tests are fishy, but have you checked some of the results? It s...pits all over "supposed function order".

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    I'm not putting a lot of work into this.

    Your posting style is very similar to a lot of INFPs online. You're random, indecisive, prone to silly mood swings and dramatics, think you're a different personality type when you're in a different mood. All things I've seen often in INFPs, but not INFJs.
    This.

    Whimsical, you are INFP. You started out as INFP, why did you change it? Switching J/P is not a matter of organization or lack thereof. It seems this is the category most often muddled. But I think that, with a few exceptions, if you believe you are a mix of both INFJ and INFP (INFx), you are INFP. No INFJ I know can relate to INFP descriptions/functions.

    Which leads me to a burning question I've had for some time now. What is so wrong with being INFP?

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    because INFPs are softies, and its funner to "conquer" you? :P

    Quote Originally Posted by whimsical View Post
    Lauren Ashley has been conquered

    I dunno about group dynamics, but you sure have trolling potential. Meet me after school and you can meet my gang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    Those cognitive function tests are fishy, but have you checked some of the results? It s...pits all over "supposed function order".
    Function order can be a little Hmmm....
    Top two and worst ones are usually consistent within people.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    What is so wrong with being INFP?
    Being an x is way cooler!!1?11

    Quote Originally Posted by whimsical View Post
    you guys are mean
    Whoops. Failed Fe.
    *Gives awkward Hug*

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    you guys are mean
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    Well, in the case that you have a strong Te you would be able to get out of this without too much problem. (actually you would not be in this position in the first place in the case you have it)

    What means that you have a valid argument in your hands and you don't see it.

    That argument sounds: Yes, but I have a talent in entertaining of people.

    What clearly belongs into the aspects of "group dinamic". Even if you don't do it deliberately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whimsical View Post
    Everyone group around me, I have extensive skills in group dynamics within myself!
    I am very interested in group dynamics so I was wondering what skills do you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    I like your sig whimsical. Too bad you're not INFJ, otherwise you'd have those "natural" group skills.

    But really, how can you be confused with P/J? Swapping one of those messes everything up.

    INFP- Fi Ne Si Te
    INFJ- Ni Fe Ti Se

    How the heck can you have an X or some confusion over that?
    Strict MBTI doesn't account for function order, instead treating the four dichotomies as independent. If you define J/P as MBTI does, there's room to be confused over it. Ne and Ni are just two sides of the same coin anyway.

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    my fe wanted to see u all happy, so i switched back my signature
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    Quote Originally Posted by whimsical View Post
    "INFJs often have, without formal training, skills in group dynamics."

    Everyone group around me, I have extensive skills in group dynamics within myself!
    You somehow missed that. It doesn't mean they automatically have them, it just means they tend to have a higher than average proficiency without formal training, which doesn't even preclude people who have practical experience and are self-taught, but have no formal training. Doesn't even mean they're that good without training (notice it just said "skills" not "extensive skills"). You kind of leaped off a cliff here.

    As an example, I could just as easily make the statement that "INTPs often have, without formal training, skills in computer programming." It would technically be correct, but fairly meaningless. It's entirely possible that they've developed code for several open source projects and have studied various books as they went along, but still had no formal training because they never went to college to learn it, and never programmed as a career. See how that works?

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