OK, I'm trying to really understand myself.
I see mbti as a useful tool (I know it's just a tool, and not something set in stone), but it's not really helping me because there are some things that don't quite make sense.
I test as INTP and INFP. I also relate to certain aspects of the descriptions of both. My closest friends end up being INTP's (because I usually end befriending the other quirky loners) but when I encounter NF types, I can relate to them in ways that I can't with my NT friends.
I think i might be an INFP, but two things are bothering me:
1. I don't relate to the INFP stereotypes at all.
The stereotype is either
a) Fluffy bunnies who fart cookies and rainbows
b) Whiny, emos wallowing in a puddle of tears.
Both of these stereotypes are Fi related in some way, and my Fi just doesn't seem so strong. I know that some people are only joking when they mention these stereotypes, but they are so frequent, I wonder if people actually start to believe them ?
2. I think that Ne is my dominant function.It seems like I use intuition in place of Fi in many occasions. For example, when I listen to my favorite music, it can take me away to an impressionistic moonlit dreamland, and it creates this wonderful sensation in me. But I'm not so much concerned with the music's emotion but its mood/atmosphere/the fantastic dreamscape that it transports me to.
Can I just be an INFP with dominant Ne and a much weaker Fi?