Interesting, interesting...

My father actually happened to be an INTP, and his Ti certainly clashed with both me and my sister's Fi, but this led to us getting and not liking him, and him to not getting us thereby treating us poorly/oddly which led to our not liking him which he did not like, that's a bit confusing, but therein lies the cylical formula for a perpetually disasterous relationship, which it was.

I've always had fun with numbers, but math became really fun when I was alone and I thought about math *conceptually*, the ideas of zero and infinity and what they truly mean and thus their implications to/in math and life have been a constant recurring thought since 5th grade.

Also, I LOVED geometry, because there were multiple ways to solve a proof.

In fact, I always tend to go about solving problems "differently", dunno why, I just do, much to most of my teacher's and prof's disapproval. :rolli:

But what a digression...

I'm not satisfied yet.... :/

Ni = <insert what>

Te = ""

Fi = ""

Perhaps I need to read through the posts again, but am I the only one who thinks that having Ni as your primary function and Te as your secondary function is just *inherently* weird, hence the rarity of your kind in the populus.