Ah yes, dissonance, but we shant forget the wonders of intuitive collectivism. The entire board can become fully coherent (as appears often to be the case with you, and probably, equally as often with myself) once sufficient factors are accounted for where prior to that, it seemed like nothing more than banality.
It's a learned skill -- not all intuitives can achieve this sudden but thorough understanding, but it certainly happens.
I've found myself dicking around in a video game doing a piss-poor job, when all of a sudden, as if by magic, everything snaps together cohesively and everything is explained suddenly, whereupon I begin to nuke ass and destroy my opponents.
I don't think I've ever really got to know one, actually. Not on a deeper level, at least. I think there is one girl in my Spanish class who's like the NF type. She seems really kind, so I think I'd be able to get along well enough with the whole group as long as I don't feel as if I'm walking on eggshells.
Never got to know one well enough. There may be a few hanging around school, and I probably spoke with them and stuff. There was one guy who became a friend, but I didn't really know what to do with him when he went into debate mode or anything outside of the typical "How was your weekend?" thing. Though, we did occasionally toss a few hypothetical scenarios between the two of us and other kids at the lunch table. They weren't anything particularly profound, however. Overall, it's kind of akward when interacting with them, assuming they're like the NT type, I think. At least it is in my mind.
I have a few acquaintances/friends of the sort. They're cool enough, but I don't talk to them very often inside or outside of school.
You know, funnily enough, I think I know how to work with these guys the most, and am able to get to know them more. I think one of my closer friends is an sJ, and the rest don't mind me much at all, really. It's probably because of my mom, who shared similar personality traits with them. I only really hung around with her, and spent most of my time with her, and not nearly as much with anyone else outside of a formal atmosphere. Through her, I learned how she worked, socially, I guess, and used that as my format for communicating with other people. Or maybe not. I could just be making stuff up.