I'm not really one for typing people online, all we have it what they say about themselves which varies depending on their mood or how their self-esteem or confidence is or what the catalyst for finding your type. The venerable Jack Flak has christened you ESFJ, but don't listen to him because he bases his typings of people on whether or not they agree with him, laugh at his "jokes", or call him on his bullshit or not. You may or may not be an ESFJ, but I encourage you to read this Best-Fit Type : Exploring the Multiple Models of Personality Type before asking for input.
I have to watch your strategic use of CAPITALIZING RANDOM sentences and words and italicizing, bolding, and underlining. Smileys are hit or miss so I don't trust those. I'll go as far to say ExFx. Welcome to the forums!
Yup, right now I'm in a pretty amazing mood. Otherwise my post probably would have been shorter and duller. Take that into account. By the way, what is your type?
I could see INTJ. Actually, I typed INTJ on the first MBTI-ripoff test I took (similarminds) but I think it might've been because I was in emo mode.
You have that Te in you.
Hmm. How about I functionally assess myself.
Based on these descriptions:
Sensing Enjoy thinking Enjoy doing
iNtuition Creative thought Creative expression
Thinking Logically organise thoughts Logically organise people/situations
Feeling Feel appreciation for others Express appreciation for others
If your guess changes based on my future posts, go ahead and let me know.
Edit: Actually, I don't really "logically organize my thoughts" at all, though I piece together small chunks of information I've picked up to guess the big picture. I'm also good at analyzing abstract concepts to ensure they make sense-- for example, when I play DnD (lol) and I read about the spell "summon weapon" (its use is self-descriptive), I immediately questioned why I couldn't summon, say, a key or a ray gun or a giant spatula. I questioned what mechanic of the spell would restrict the type of items summonable to weapons, or better yet, what really distinguishes a weapon from any other scrap of wood and metal and why would the distinguishing factor (shape?) make any practical difference on the implementation of the spell for the caster, if there is any at all?
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"Whoever stands on the highest mountains laughs at all tragic plays and tragic seriousness." ~Friedrich Nietzsche