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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    There's no way Victor is a sensor. He's one of the most abstract people on the forum. And we both know INTJ is laughable for him.

    INFP. He seems to use Ne in his writing, while being Fi dominant. They can use some Ni too.
    Your argument is predicated on the assumption that xSxx types can't use their N function more often than their S function.

    But they can. They do when the tertiary is emphasized over the auxiliary. "ISFP" doesn't necessitate that he uses his S function more than his N function; it just indicates an Fi+Se+Ni+Te functional grouping. The order of priority is up to the individual, though--some people have learned to develop the tertiary above the auxiliary.

    INTJ makes more sense than INFP.

    INFP doesn't work because he doesn't use Ne or Si. His posts are ridiculously Ni.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Someone needs to change the title of this thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    His posts are ridiculously Ni.
    Fixed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    Victor's got Ne out the whoo-ha. That's not Ni you see. Every thought is connected to another (seemingly random) thought, and so it goes, until you come full circle to the original thought. When Ne is more matured, there's an elegance to it, that's poetic.

    Point is, his strings of thought, they're not very in-to-out, it's out-going-in-in-in-oh-so-in "deep" and expansive.

    IA, about the Fi.

    He's an INFP (who hates Te).

    You just described Ni and called it Ne.
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    Victor is very much ISFP. He uses Se a lot disguised through the use of Ni. But once you spot it you know it's there. He's an ISFP projecting himself subtly to show a manner of wisdom in which he describes as 'talking from his inner self'. His Fi is quite obvious though.
    Next time you look at his posts, play a little game called 'spot the hidden Se'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    Someone needs to change the title of this thread.


    Victor is eating this (thread) up with a giant spoon, as he doesn't care much for MBTI in the first place, nor a 'type', but, loves Vic-centered talks. More, more.....

    Maybe, that makes him the scariest? As we ruminate that which we fear the most?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    Your argument is predicated on the assumption that xSxx types can't use their N function more often than their S function.
    Yup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    You just described Ni and called it Ne.
    No. You don't know what Ne is.

    I will gladly agree I don't know how to tell a lot of the functions, but the only one that screams to me, loudly, is Ne.

    It's how I interact, that allows me to feel out what the other is projecting out. I don't have to think twice answering to Victor's posts or mimicking him, but, I do when it's state_i_am_in, toonia or bananatrombones. It's Ni facing Ne.

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    hmm, i thought ISFP, but it seems that he may not be just a wannabe INFP, lol... Still, i have a hard time picturing both him and Biaxident as INFP's lol

    either way, the cringe is strong with his posts (as far as i'm concerned)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    Victor is very much ISFP. He uses Se a lot disguised through the use of Ni. But once you spot it you know it's there. He's an ISFP projecting himself subtly to show a manner of wisdom in which he describes as 'talking from his inner self'. His Fi is quite obvious though.
    Next time you look at his posts, play a little game called 'spot the hidden Se'.
    Do you see that his posts are more abstract than most anyone on the forum? There comes a point when if you use enough N, you're an N.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    Someone needs to change the title of this thread.



    Fixed!
    either that or remove all the victor typing posts. first of all he is not scary, you who say he is don't know what you're talking about.and second of all i don't know.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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