That all said, it's different the further from "home" I get. I'm more diplomatic. If a majority wanted Indian food, I'm not going to bring the atmosphere down by insisting on something else. I like Indian anyways. It's another good choice, out of many. I am Ne, after all.. j/k
As for deeper opinions, there's a lot of personal stuff I hold back, but I'd rather not let things develop like some of the relationship examples INTPness mentioned. And in more negative situations, I don't mind a fight if it's necessary. It sucks, but fights have different degrees of "sucktitude", so sometimes it's best to get things out of the way. I know all about the "crack in the dam", but for whatever reason, I think it's best to try to nip things in the bud far before that kind of explosion piles up. There's always little signs that something is going to get worse if I don't do something about it, and I feel partly responsible if I don't help (myself and others) get past it. As far as I'm concerned, that's the Fi thing to do. I can recall situations in my teens where I was still too far on the hesitant side, but I would chalk it up more to shyness.