I don't get it. What the hell is a hunch?
How does one have a 'hunch'?
Let's assume that you have to make an important decision, and can't make up your mind about all the stuff that you have to consider before deciding.
Is that when you generally have a hunch?
Because when I have to make a hard decision my instinct is to choose the safest way, it's some kind of self preserving thing. Is that a hunch? Because I almost never choose the safest/longest/most boring way?!
And I noticed that in these MBTI questionnaires they ask you if you have hunches or premonitions.... like in the same question.
How the hell does one have premonitions?! Is that even possible?
The google definition :
# foreboding: a feeling of evil to come; "a steadily escalating sense of foreboding"; "the lawyer had a presentiment that the judge would dismiss the case"
# forewarning: an early warning about a future event
A feeling of evil to come ?! ?!
Most of the time when something bad was about to happen, like when I crashed my car....I did not ' feel the evil coming ' and I also do not believe that is possible.
Am I the only one who finds these questions odd?!
Is the hunch thing Ni related? I mean...that's how they define Ni on some websites, offering absolutely no insight.