All languages evolve for the sake of economy. As far as 'not appropriate', you are correct. But not colloquially inappropriate. Eventually the rules will most certainly have to catch up with the nature of communication. As it stands now, there are many new symbols/words that articulate an idea far better and much more efficiently than what the rules will allow. Example: "He got schooled." Articulate the idea behind that phrase while implementing the rules. Go ahead Compose it's equivalent while following the rules.
Actually, that sentence is grammatically correct.
If a deaf INFP falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?
everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?
When I encounter things that remind me of past mistakes. I simply become hellishly anxious and get the urge to bang my head against the wall. Admittedly its good therapy (interrupting your thoughts by hitting your head against an object).
"Where can you flee? What road will you use to escape us? Our horses are swift, our arrows sharp, our swords like thunderbolts, our hearts as hard as the mountains, our soldiers as numerous as the sand. Fortresses will not detain us, nor arms stop us. Your prayers to God will not avail against us. We are not moved by tears nor touched by lamentations."
Paper. And cardboard. All grainy-feeling wood products. The texture drives me insane, and I have to use it every day. [shudder]
The pseudo-term "irregardless." Although that actually may be justified.
Cacophonous ambient noises while I'm trying to concentrate on something - I don't notice what's bothering me at first, just that something's distracting me (severe lack of Sensing, I guess). I then look around to see that people are laughing loudly, the TV/radio's blasing, cell phones are ringing, etc. One of many reasons I avoid overly-social environments altogether.