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    Probably the same thing that irritates her about Ns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by defragmybrain View Post
    Everywhere i go and things i do. parties, social gatherings, communal events, everything.
    you'd think an S would know where an S goes.
    What are these parties like? Is it 'family' like standing around talking maybe a glass of wine sorta thing?

    Or are we talking pumping music, shots and dancing

    I can imagine Ns being attracted to parties where they get to talk more than use their senses

    I guess the main point is S's are more common than Ns its possible the non-relating is due to you interacting with SJs and not SPs. The SJs different views might be considered foreign or abstract to you, I could be wrong though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by defragmybrain View Post
    Everywhere i look,(locally) it seems that there are VERY few S's!
    Everyone i meet seems to be an abstract thinker, going on random rants and tangents....
    And while it is all very interesting and my ESFP self can get along with anyone, i feel like i want to RELATE.
    Other than my boyfriend (great ISTJ find!)... i can't seem to find any tangible -five senses kinds of people.

    Are any other S's finding this to be true?

    I've heard the inverse from N's, that S's are everywhere... but i can't seem to find them!
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    Are you serious? I need to move to California.
    You know Ns are generally only 1 in 4 of the population, right?
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    This is probably because of subjectivity of your position. Especially if you are expressed ESFP. I am expressed INTJ and to me it looks like that 50% of people are ESFPs. But that is not true, it is just that everything that is not similar to me is placed in same group. I mean those people are far from identical.

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    It's a shame really, where are the shallow, simple and down to Earth people!? You see them on TV, in movies, you listen to their music all they long on MTV, but in the real world, everyone is just so darn deep and philosophical, completely unable to enjoy the materialistic joys of life.
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    This thread is probably one of the best indicators that rareness of type is mere theory. In the real world either you can find all of the types or find a hard time even finding sensors.

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    Well, it is mere theory, but best indicator? The thread is one person's untested opinion from casual observation (random tangents=N?).
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    Quote Originally Posted by defragmybrain View Post
    Everywhere i look,(locally) it seems that there are VERY few S's!
    Everyone i meet seems to be an abstract thinker, going on random rants and tangents....
    And while it is all very interesting and my ESFP self can get along with anyone, i feel like i want to RELATE.
    Other than my boyfriend (great ISTJ find!)... i can't seem to find any tangible -five senses kinds of people.

    Are any other S's finding this to be true?

    I've heard the inverse from N's, that S's are everywhere... but i can't seem to find them!
    These 'abstract thinkers who go on random tangents' are probably EFJs. In all honesty, they'll go on about anything, given the chance.

    Also, it may have to do with your definition of 'abstract'.
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    Most of the people I know are S's. You sure they're N's? Maybe you're thinking they're N's because you're a strong S (i.e. they're more N in relation to you). I could be wrong.

    Quote Originally Posted by InaF3157 View Post
    Well, it is mere theory, but best indicator? The thread is one person's unvtested opinion from casual observation (random tangents=N?).
    Yeah, I agree with this.

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