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    In university, we had a course in which we learned how to plan a project. Well that's boring but I see the point in it.

    Then we had that special excersise, where we needed to find 20 ways about how to connect two things together. For the construction there were only 2 possibly solutions, namely screw it or glue it together.

    But in the end we came up with ideas like "creating a magnetic field with induction and holding the two things in place" ahaha

    That was a waste of time. But of most of the Te things you can make fun of. Then it's doable . And most of it really has some basic need, it's just some need, I'll be never intrested in but I respect it and obey its rules.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    You know sometimes people just want to do things for no particular reason.
    Yeah, extrovert people.

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    I think people sometimes have a strange concept of "wasting energy". Sometimes wasting energy is pleasurable. Sometimes I get bored if I have nothing to do, so I waste energy doing things that aren't necessary, and it's not a problem at all. It makes me feel better.
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    rotfl, nice pun
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    Probably because he can memorize better that way. It is not illogical, given that the end goal is understanding the material. The way your ENTP friend uses the word "logic" seems funny.



    Yeah I think introverts are less likely to do things "just because".
    ya im aware

    i personally think this thread is... well... stupid considering Te and Ti can both technically be very logical. PLUS, thinking /= logic... necessarily.
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    Heh, my INTJ friend and I always bicker -- he always thinks he wins the arguments because he points out concrete information ("How can you even argue with me?? It's obvious -- look at this and this. You lose."), but I always think I win because I tend to integrate more information and just view the current situation as a set of circumstances that happen to apply at the moment...

    I think of him as short-sighted; he thinks of me as impractical.

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    hey get your F "real life reasoning" out of here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aimahn View Post
    hey get your F "real life reasoning" out of here.
    haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Ti: "It doesn't matter if we get there on time. We're all gonna die someday, you know."
    In that same line of reasoning you would spend $400 on a $200 TV; why waste it? Time that is wasted is time spent without getting something in return.
    We are just 7s in the sense of... lets make life rewarding.

    And. We like a challenge.
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