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    Quote Originally Posted by yeghor View Post
    So Se = carnivore, Fe= herbivore...

    An ENTJ friend developed this taste and hunger for red meat around his 30s (which I guess coincides with his Se-tert developing)... So do Se-doms\aux have a specific hunger for red meat?
    That's just silly. Functions have nothing to do with food preference. At all.

    Functions are about how people think. External manifestations of them are not consistent enough to draw conclusions about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeghor View Post
    An ENTJ friend developed this taste and hunger for red meat around his 30s (which I guess coincides with his Se-tert developing)... So do Se-doms\aux have a specific hunger for red meat?
    Wait till you turn 35 haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    Wait till you turn 35 haha
    Why's that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    That's just silly. Functions have nothing to do with food preference. At all.

    Functions are about how people think. External manifestations of them are not consistent enough to draw conclusions about.
    A high Se might be correlated with high testosterone levels in body, which might trigger some kind of hunger for meat-based protein...cause testosterone is related with muscle building process...

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeghor View Post
    A high Se might be correlated with high testosterone levels in body, which might trigger some kind of hunger for meat-based protein...cause testosterone is related with muscle building process...
    No. Where is your evidence/support of this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    No. Where is your evidence/support of this?
    Who needs evidence when one has Ni...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeghor View Post
    Who needs evidence when one has Ni...?
    Not an excuse. If anything, that should compell you more to back something up
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    Not an excuse. If anything, that should compell you more to back something up
    It wasn't an excuse... Why do you take such an offense at my suggestion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeghor View Post
    I believe they consider (showing) feelings as a sign of weakness... And in the wild, animals who exhibit signs of weakness ends up being a prey rather than a predator...

    Those strong in Fe I believe on the other hand are inclined to form herds (read: society) rather than living solitary lifestyles...

    So Se = carnivore, Fe= herbivore...
    Quote Originally Posted by yeghor View Post
    An ENTJ friend developed this taste and hunger for red meat around his 30s (which I guess coincides with his Se-tert developing)... So do Se-doms\aux have a specific hunger for red meat?
    Ah, the joys of your "unique" approach to typing. It never ends. (I'm a vegan by the way, haven't eaten meat for the last 30 years since I was in my early teens, and you once wildly mistyped me as ISTP. I'm actually INFJ so that means that by your theory, now that I'm integrating Se-inf, I should be having cravings for red meat. Or hey, since it's inferior, maybe I'd just be having cravings for fake red meat, like soy substitute or something. Neither of which is true, but what the heck, this is fun! Rawr! )

    The nonsense that sometimes passes for function analysis on this site ... *sigh*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Werebudgie View Post
    Ah, the joys of your "unique" approach to typing. It never ends. (I'm a vegan by the way, haven't eaten meat for the last 30 years since I was in my early teens, and you once wildly mistyped me as ISTP. I'm actually INFJ so that means that by your theory, now that I'm integrating Se-inf, I should be having cravings for red meat. Or hey, since it's inferior, maybe I'd just be having cravings for fake red meat, like soy substitute or something. Neither of which is true, but what the heck, this is fun! Rawr! )

    The nonsense that sometimes passes for function analysis on this site ... *sigh*
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