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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    You continually describe yourself as non-INFP. I don't get what the difficulty here is.

    It's harder for introverts to figure out the last letter because P/J indicates which of the top two functions is extroverted (not dominant), which for introverts is not the dominant but the secondary.

    You might be thinking "gosh I don't show that many J characteristics" but remember that IxxJs are dominant in introverted perception, so their favorite thing to do is interpret meaning/significance subjectively. The J only describes the attitude they're using when they make a point of extroverting, which is less frequent for introverts than use of their dominant introverted perception!
    No, I describe myself, then you transpose these behaviors as an INFJ because they correspond with your understanding of INFJs as we are caught in this infinitely small moment of time between the past and the future, otherwise known as your present framework of reality.

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    I hope you all know that this is a facade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystic Tater View Post
    When you edit your post like that, it makes it look like simulated is dragging something further out of context within his quote. It's funny.
    Gee, ya' think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    No, really, you read it wrong. He was giving ENFPs as examples. What he's referring to is something that both ENFP and ESFPs sometimes do when they're crossed. INFPs don't quite react the same way, which is why the negative perception of them is just that they're more whiny or emo because they don't have the Ne/Te pushing the emo out forcefully.

    Fi cradled by Ne and Te = Fi between Ne and Te.
    I know what he meant; my point was that, even if he didn't intend it, what he said adds weight to the argument that he's not an NFP of any sort.

    And btw, I think INFPs quite often react forcefully with Ne/Te when their values are violated. Look at all the Fi threads.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mystic Tater View Post
    No, I describe myself, then you transpose these behaviors as an INFJ because they correspond with your understanding of INFJs as we are caught in this infinitely small moment of time between the past and the future, otherwise known as your present framework of reality.
    And Jag thinks you have no Ni??
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    I know what he meant; my point was that, even if he didn't intend it, what he said adds weight to the argument that he's not an NFP of any sort.

    And btw, I think INFPs quite often react forcefully with Ne/Te when their values are violated. Look at all the Fi threads.
    We're talking about actual outbursts, not threads. Of course, it's understandable for you to make this mistake, because it would be impossible for you to understand that from his text because you haven't experienced what Wonka (and I) sometimes do in vent. Never known an INFP to do the same. Others have agreed that this is something that ExFPs do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    And Jag thinks you have no Ni??
    I'm ESFP, remember?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    We're talking about actual outbursts, not threads. Of course, it's understandable for you to make this mistake, because it would be impossible for you to understand that from his text because you haven't experienced what Wonka (and I) sometimes do in vent. Never known an INFP to do the same. Others have agreed that this is something that ExFPs do.
    Umm...great. That's really beside the point and doesn't actually contradict my last post.

    Describing himself as functionally different from ENFPs also implies that it's likely he's functionally different INFPs too, since INFP is the most functionally similar type to ENFP. This is just inductive reasoning and it doesn't require having experienced whatever outbursts you're talking about firsthand.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I'm ESFP, remember?
    Nah, I said you'd resemble a very extroverted ESFP with poor Fi, if you didn't have any Ni. The point is that when you drop the secondary function, the dom+tert combination that results is the same two functions of the dom+tert in the type that shares only the first letter with you, but differs on the last three.

    Since you do have pretty good Ni, you rarely resemble an ESFP. This would only happen during moments of strong Se use, filtered through your dominant Te.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    Umm...great. That's really beside the point and doesn't actually contradict my last post.

    Describing himself as functionally different from ENFPs also implies that it's likely he's functionally different INFPs too, since INFP is the most functionally similar type to ENFP. This is just inductive reasoning and it doesn't require having experienced whatever outbursts you're talking about firsthand.
    Yeah, you were just wrong and are now making up some bullshit to cover for it.

    BTW, great song, Tater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Yeah, you were just wrong and are now making up some bullshit to cover for it.

    BTW, great song, Tater.
    Good god. And you complain when I tell you your reading comprehension sucks.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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