First I have to thank all the people who put up with my other 'Who am I?' thread. Ive gotten a lot of 'The people who struggle the most with their type are probably ISFPs' I wont refute that, but I don't want to be typed due to a statistic.
I think I have a bit more understanding of type and what could help define my own type.
In the past I normally dislike someone first, and then they become a friend or good acquaintance later.
I love weird/countercultur-y things. I quickly fell in love with http:\\Coilhouse - Particularly the cornball and artistic.
When learning about functions, and preferences, I learn better from the examples of the function in use than using definitions.
I relate very well with Ian McConville, the artist for Three Panel Soul
I get stuff done better when I have my own time to do something, and when I have 'elbow room' and freedom to take short breaks whenever.
School is a place for school and schoolwork, home is a place for home and hobbies and games.
I consistently score IxxP on personality quizes. Usually with a lot of balance.
I'm a poor brainstormer, also a poor analyzer, under average circumstances.
I'm pretty sure I have a strong Si, but I don't exactly know the functions well enough to be sure.
I associate best with the INJ child type, next with the IFP type. (http://www.personalitypage.com/kid_info.html
I was always sensitive. Still am though I've grown out of it somewhat. Still very self-conscious though.
Associate well with EnTypes 1, 4, and 9.
I like to ponder on why people do things, that's probably the thing that got me into MBTI.
I find myself erasing something, usually a single word, thinking there's a better way to structure the thought, but I get the idea on how to make how I did it work and rewrite the word I erased and finish the thought.
Sorry if this is a big dump, I don't know exactly what's pertinent and what's just normal human behavior.