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    I get bored with jigsaw puzzles almost instanteously. The same picture gets boring after awhile.

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    I'm not much into puzzles, but my approach would be B - and I am INFP.

    I don't like reading directions much either. I tend to scan them briefly to get the gist and then dive into the problem/project, revisiting the directions if necessary.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    Te-dom, Ni-aux. B and then find all the edge pieces to create the framework for the puzzle. Then divide up the balance of the pieces into "same" area of puzzle piles through colour and pattern identification, then move onto each pile, complete the pile and hopefully be able to attach it to the framework. Then, onto the next pile, wash, rinse and repeat.

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    I think you've all plotted against me just to see what I'd do! Hah! That was an EXAMPLE question--rhetorical in all aspects! But hey, it has laid the grounds for me to think on a question of similar make-up.

    Still, I'm striving to put together a compilation of questions, not just one. Any feedback with that in mind? (Feedback = NON puzzle-related questions!!!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I'm not much into puzzles, but my approach would be B - and I am INFP.

    I don't like reading directions much either. I tend to scan them briefly to get the gist and then dive into the problem/project, revisiting the directions if necessary.

    Same here.

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    the fun question I like to ask my friends is, would you say your mind operates more like a chaingun or a sniper rifle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metaphor View Post
    Te-dom, Ni-aux. B and then find all the edge pieces to create the framework for the puzzle. Then divide up the balance of the pieces into "same" area of puzzle piles through colour and pattern identification, then move onto each pile, complete the pile and hopefully be able to attach it to the framework. Then, onto the next pile, wash, rinse and repeat.
    i actually do it that way too...except i just scan the pieces for similar patters and do all of them first rather than actually put them into piles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    i actually do it that way too...except i just scan the pieces for similar patters and do all of them first rather than actually put them into piles.
    That's just a manifestation of my anal retentive Te-domness.

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    yeah...i thought it interesting tho...how te manifests in different positions...perhaps..
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    Ne: This is like this and this and this and this...


    Ni: This could actually mean this or this or this or this...
    You lose.

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