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  • You guys are crazy, Elfboy is ENFP as hell!

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  • Elfboy might be ENFP

    5 17.24%
  • Elfboy is N, but not ENFP

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  • Elfboy might be SJ

    2 6.90%
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  • Elfboy might be SP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    ^That's probably his Fi; he wants to be in charge so that he can command and correct peoples mistakes, and he hates being beneath the rule of others; he sees himself as better thus he should be the leader of others.
    Actually no, it's not, it's called being a hypocrite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juice View Post
    What's up with all this "correcting people?" ... Below you claim that's what you hate most.
    social protocol and rules =/= manners and consideration (especially because most of the times I corrected people had to do with them negatively impacting me in some way), but I did stop this behavior later in life because I hated when people did it to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    My Fi doesn't make me think I'm pretentious. It provides the compass from which I guide my star.
    This is good. This is important.

    Introverted judgment is indeed a compass. You orient yourself with it, and only need to know that the needle points north and south to do so. When you listen to it, you know whether the way you're going in is consistent with what is important to you, or whether you've been heading in the wrong direction. It serves as a crucial check when exploring the unknown, by providing reference points for later use. Its referential value is thus internal. The judgment it provides is raw and only tangential to the environment itself, but it is detailed and true nonetheless.

    Extraverted judgment is a map. It works backwards from the compass. A map is of little use without comparing its reference points to those in the external world. Once you have those, however, you then know where you are, and what you must do to get somewhere. A map reduces the uncertainty in a journey, making the unknown familiar. Its referential value is thus external. The judgment it provides is concrete and analogous to the environment itself, but it also sacrifices detail, and may be incorrect or out of date.

    Extraverted perception calibrates the compass, while introverted perception constructs the map.

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    Manners are social protocol. Mary Poppins Victorian manners are like the epitome of Fe, bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by esidebill View Post
    In another post, he did seem to want to identify himself with the "King" archetype.
    actually, I identified most with the Priest archtype
    oddly enough, the one that sounds most like me is the priest, at least the charismatic visionary/moral crusader type. got a lot of King in me too though
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Needing to be in control/having a lust for leadership (as a thing unto itself). Not a big fan of wherever it comes from.
    I don't have a lust for control/leadership. I am opposed to controlling people (I am libertarian after all), but I am willing to use considerable force in keeping people from controlling me. this is not the same thing. however, if forced to make the choice between master and slave, I choose master any day of the week (this really doesn't happen to me though. usually I just get people to back the fuck off)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Manners are social protocol. Mary Poppins Victorian manners are like the epitome of Fe, bro.
    actually, Mary Poppins is ESTJ and caring for manners is not exclusively Fe (many STJs in particular place huge value on manners and respect. they are concepts and ideals, not social protocol ). and social protocol and manners are different. manners is being considerate and respectful, social protocol are a host of socially imposed traditions with virtually no meaningful value.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    actually, Mary Poppins is ESTJ and caring for manners is not exclusively Fe (many STJs in particular place huge value on manners and respect. they are concepts and ideals, not social protocol ). and social protocol and manners are different. manners is being considerate and respectful, social protocol are a host of socially imposed traditions with virtually no meaningful value.
    Manners are social protocol. They're a set of defined ways of behavior to promote social harmony. Manners can be reduced to meaningless words and gestures without the genuine feeling behind them. If that's not Fe, I'll eat my fucking hat.

    Yes, sometimes Te/Si wants things to be "proper" because of the need for structure, control, and tradition. These things make life easier for Te/Si because it can make things go efficiently (even if there's zero feeling behind the motions).

    There are many ways to be considerate or respectful without having a certain set of highly defined manners.

    I'm pretty sure Mary Poppins is ExFJ. The father in Mary Poppins is an STJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Manners are social protocol. They're a set of defined ways of behavior to promote social harmony. Manners can be reduced to meaningless words and gestures without the genuine feeling behind them. If that's not Fe, I'll eat my fucking hat.

    Yes, sometimes Te/Si wants things to be "proper" because of the need for structure, control, and tradition. These things make life easier for Te/Si because it can make things go efficiently (even if there's zero feeling behind the motions).

    There are many ways to be considerate or respectful without having a certain set of highly defined manners.

    I'm pretty sure Mary Poppins is ExFJ. The father in Mary Poppins is an STJ.
    there is nothing ESFJ about Mary Poppins
    1) all her arguments are completely rational and logical
    2) she's directing, not informing
    3) her vibe is cool and collected, not warm and accomodating
    4) she is polite and respectful, but very proper

    PS: what you've defined is etiquette, not manners. the 2 are different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    there is nothing ESFJ about Mary Poppins
    1) all her arguments are completely rational and logical
    2) she's directing, not informing
    3) her vibe is cool and collected, not warm and accomodating
    4) she is polite and respectful, but very proper

    PS: what you've defined is etiquette, not manners. the 2 are different.
    Mary Poppins is ENFJ, even, I've decided. She's very warm and accomodating for a Victorian woman, and furthermore, her entire goal is to bring children closer to their parents. What an ENFJ task to undertake. Her entire purpose in life is to make people's relationships stronger by using magic, silly words, and good manners.

    ExFJ *is* directing. ExFPs is informing.

    You seem to be confused.

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