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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    $75 for a personality test!!!

    Polly, I would say that you are probably N-first based on things. So that leaves ENFP and INFJ. You are also dealing with trying to figure this out in your non-native language, yes? That makes it a lot more difficult, especially when a lot of understanding about this stuff comes from nuance. For this reason I would pay attention to how you extrovert. When you talk do all of these ideas come out, almost like you're thinking out loud? (Ne) Is that how you converse? Or do you converse by being nice, friendly, and considering the other person's feelings? (Fe)
    75$ is really just way too much! My ideas seem to come more from the inside, I wouldn't say it's thinking out loud. But then I don't pay so much attention to others, more like what the ideas mean to me, which I think is more Fi, than Fe. I usually tend to get the best idea, when I listen to some good music I catch its meaning and message, than figure out what does it mean to me, what could it me to others, and then for example I create my own poem based on the feelings I got from the song or music, or just some art work... Heh now I think it's really like Ne+Fi .. But in my own work and inspirstion the conncetions with my basic inspiration (song) seem to be very random. More like realizations maybe...For example the poem I wrote lately is inspired by one song, but I think none would ever say it's inspired by that song, because my inspiration was based on very random and subjective suggestions I got from that song. Just one suggestion reminds me of something else and write this poem about something else, but it's stil based on that song inspirstion...do you know what I am trying to say?

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    Yeah. That sounds like Ne.

    I'll tell you what I do a lot of the time so you can compare. When I do visual art I tend to get out my supplies and put on music that is congruent with my current feeling state and what I want to get out. And then I get it out. I will, in the moment, 'feel' what medium would be the best to put it out there with, and I may have some ideas, but for the most part it's just about getting the feeling out. I will use my ability at grasping random associations and metaphor (Ne) as a tool to express my feeling. Feeling is definitely the core orientation and core objective of my art. If you want to get a message out of it, cool, but the feeling is what matters most.

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    stupid double posts

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    Yeah. That sounds like Ne.

    I'll tell you what I do a lot of the time so you can compare. When I do visual art I tend to get out my supplies and put on music that is congruent with my current feeling state and what I want to get out. And then I get it out. I will, in the moment, 'feel' what medium would be the best to put it out there with, and I may have some ideas, but for the most part it's just about getting the feeling out. I will use my ability at grasping random associations and metaphor (Ne) as a tool to express my feeling. Feeling is definitely the core orientation and core objective of my art. If you want to get a message out of it, cool, but the feeling is what matters most.
    Yes I think I can relate to this... Well message metters to me, but I also try to match my mood and my feelings with for example music I listen to. So feeling I get out of something is pretty important for me too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    $75 for a personality test!!!
    It's the official test. Sometimes, you get what you pay for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    It's the official test. Sometimes, you get what you pay for.
    Sometimes you don't have the money to pay ... seriously... I am student, I had a part time job during the summer and the money I saved are just enough for me to have a lunch, or to hang out with friends...nothing more and no extra money, or I will sit at home and drain the money from my mother for the rest of the year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polly View Post
    Oh Starry you're really such a nice person . I thought I am an ENFP for the longest period of time, even though I really don't totally fit into ENFP description. My long pauses between the words are actually my not perfect knowledge of english language. I am not used to speak in english and most of the time in the vid a literally fish for the right words in my memory. But in my native language I have problems with speaking too fast, even though I worked hard on my speach, 'cause I was doing alot with acting, performing and speaking in front of the audience as I study to become a media's reporter/speaker/journalist I still have problem with talking slowly. It's just not natural for my pretty high temperament . And thank you for your compliment about my make-up and hair , it means pretty much for me .
    Oh Polly, I need to quickly defend myself here and I hope you will understand... Please, please know that what I was referring to has nothing to do with English being your second language...

    Very recently a forum member, in spite of repeatedly stating and proving with their responses that they had absolutely no idea of what I was talking about...still thought it was approapriate to accuse me of 'making cultural assumptions' and of some form of ignorance. <--That post still sits undefended and I do occasionally worry what people reading it might think of me in the absence of a response. But at that point I was beyond livid at all the bullshit being hurled at me that I would have verbally torn this member limb from limb...and chose to walk away instead.

    I have relatives that never learned English... that actually refused to learn English. I have worked curriculum for cultural courses in higher education. I was a point person for ESL students... On more committees than I can count concerning diversity and inclusion. And I have lived in 3 different countries where I was very much a 'foreigner' butchering each country's native tongue on a daily basis as I struggled to say whatever needed saying in the moment

    I struggle to put the impressions I have into English as well and I appreciate your willingness to have patience with me. I thought you spoke beautifully and again what I was referring to had nothing to do with pausing to search out an English word. I hope you can trust that my experiences have provided me with the ability to tell the difference between the two...And if I think of a way to better explain my meaning I will send that off to you. You are a lovely human being Polly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    Oh Polly, I need to quickly defend myself here and I hope you will understand... Please, please know that what I was referring to has nothing to do with English being your second language...

    Very recently a forum member, in spite of repeatedly stating and proving with their responses that they had absolutely no idea of what I was talking about...still thought it was approapriate to accuse me of 'making cultural assumptions' and of some form of ignorance. <--That post still sits undefended and I do occasionally worry what people reading it might think of me in the absence of a response. But at that point I was beyond livid at all the bullshit being hurled at me that I would have verbally torn this member limb from limb...and chose to walk away instead.

    I have relatives that never learned English... that actually refused to learn English. I have worked curriculum for cultural courses in higher education. I was a point person for ESL students... On more committees than I can count concerning diversity and inclusion. And I have lived in 3 different countries where I was very much a 'foreigner' butchering each country's native tongue on a daily basis as I struggled to say whatever needed saying in the moment

    I struggle to put the impressions I have into English as well and I appreciate your willingness to have patience with me. I thought you spoke beautifully and again what I was referring to had nothing to do with pausing to search out an English word. I hope you can trust that my experiences have provided me with the ability to tell the difference between the two...And if I think of a way to better explain my meaning I will send that off to you. You are a lovely human being Polly.
    WTF Starry ? No sorry, really I didn't want to talk about if my english is good, or not... I just reacted on that "you make pauses to think about what you want to say to make it deeper..." at least I cought that meaning from your post. I just tried to say, that what might look as thinking deep about my speach, it was more just looking for words and not thinking that much about what I want to say... Do you understand me? You said its Pi I call it's speaking in not native language... I just tried to tell you, that it's not a mark of a Pi in my opinion, nothing really about my english skills, but I needed to point them out, to put it to the context... you know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polly View Post
    WTF Starry ? No sorry, really I didn't want to talk about if my english is good, or not... I just reacted on that "you make pauses to think about what you want to say to make it deeper..." at least I cought that meaning from your post. I just tried to say, that what might look as thinking deep about my speach, it was more just looking for words and not thinking that much about what I want to say... Do you understand me? You said its Pi I call it's speaking in not native language... I just tried to tell you, that it's not a mark of a Pi in my opinion, nothing really about my english skills, but I needed to point them out, to put it to the context... you know?
    I kinda like messages that start with 'WTF Starry?' haha...but not at the expense of causing you alarm. I very much understand what you said and why you said it...why you thought you should explain as I have been in the same exact position before myself. Because of my own life experiences it doesn't occur to me to say 'what I'm talking about has nothing to do with when you pause to to search your mind for the correct English word...' because I take these things as 'a given.'

    But because of this more recent experience... I've never really had anything like that happen to me before and like I alluded to I am unable to determine what type of influence these things have. So okay none here haha whoops. But I appreciate you allowing me to speak to it... To say for myself who I am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polly View Post
    Yes I think I can relate to this... Well message metters to me, but I also try to match my mood and my feelings with for example music I listen to. So feeling I get out of something is pretty important for me too.
    But we are both fours so expression of feeling is important. That needs to be taken into consideration.

    On a different note, this goes back to what @Seymour said. If you take a regular mbti test, not a cognitive function one, what's your result in order of strengths? For example I get INFP, but based on the percentages of my preferences, it comes out FIPN. This says to me that feeling is far more important to me than intuition.

    My results, so you can get a better idea of what I'm talking about:


    Your Preferences:
    Introversion (I): ||||||||||||||||||| 77.42%
    Extroversion (E): |||||| 22.58%

    Intuition (N): ||||||||||||||||| 68.75%
    Sensation (S): |||||||| 31.25%

    Thinking (T): |||| 17.24%
    Feeling (F): ||||||||||||||||||||| 82.76%

    Judging (J): |||||||| 31.03%
    Perceiving (P): ||||||||||||||||| 68.97%
    Here's the quiz. I think it's pretty good as far as these things go:

    http://16typequiz.com/quiz.html

    Oh and I watched your video. I lean ENFP for your type. You do the 'thinking the possibilities out loud' thing that I said was the way Ne converses. Also, that you chose to talk about a hypothetical vampire/zombie/werewolf battle.. so Ne-dom.

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