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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    *overactively imagines the smack*

    Oh whoa, ouch.
    Good. Now behave, ESFJ!

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    hmmm. If you are referring to sex, then, hell yes.
    What if everything's an illusion and nothing exists? In that case, I definitely overpaid for my carpet. - Woody Allen

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    I have a crazy hardcore imagination ranging from everything when I was little like fairies, ghosts, poltergeists to more adult bad imagination, having crazy what if negative thoughts about serial killers and getting run over by cars at intersections. I can also live in a more positive fantasy world, to a certain extent, even as an adult. Different time periods, books I read, movies I watch, can really come ALIVE for me.

    I also have a strong sexual imagination, etc.

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    welcome to the Ne club!

    i do think that other types can have equally active imaginations, but i would not be surprised to hear that there is a disproportionate number of Ne doms who feel this way.

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    High N vs S use is probably the best predictor of imagination. I have an insanely overactive imagination.
    With dreamers, pure and simple, the imagination remains a vaguely sketched inner affair. It is not embodied in any aesthetic or practical invention. Reverie is the equivalent of weak desires. Dreamers are the aboulics of the creative imagination.

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    My imagination is just incredibly overwhelming...but I take 'enhancers' and as an animation major it's hard to go far without a heightened sense of creativity.

    It could be type related, but I'm thinking interpreting their own imagination differs between types, or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Really? So you'd say over-active imagination should be found at around the same levels on average in INFPs and ESTJs alike?
    I might owe you an apology aj. If you were seriously asking this question and not teasing me about being an ESTJ, then I should have taken your question seriously.

    You have a point. Ne and Ni dom or auxs will probably do the intuitive tripping more than your average sensor.

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    It is extremely dark, but it's imaginative. Ne-dom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metaphor View Post
    I might owe you an apology aj. If you were seriously asking this question and not teasing me about being an ESTJ, then I should have taken your question seriously.

    You have a point. Ne and Ni dom or auxs will probably do the intuitive tripping more than your average sensor.
    I wasn't even teasing you about being an ESTJ, I thought I called you an NF before or just always a crappy entj. Just talking about INFPs vs. ESTJs and imagination. Always has to be about Metaphors huh... I see how it is...

    But the larger point is, all types can have overactive imagination, but some are more likely to than others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    I wasn't even teasing you about being an ESTJ, I thought I called you an NF before or just always a crappy entj. Just talking about INFPs vs. ESTJs and imagination. Always has to be about Metaphors huh... I see how it is...

    But the larger point is, all types can have overactive imagination, but some are more likely to than others.
    Then I'm sorry. Wouldn't have been so flippant had I known you were being serious.

    Agreed.

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