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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    That sounds like a description of ENTP you copied out of a book.

    I bolded the things that described me. It sounds like a lot of E/I differences. I didn't like conflict and wanted autonomy, so I took pains to follow the rules... but inside I don't really care about rules as rules and I will break ones that make the sense to break, if it doesn't cause a big mess. I usually didn't enjoy actual tinkering as much as figuring out things in my head.

    I love to explore, though. Drop me in a new place and I want to figure out where everything is and possibly discover something that no one else has found yet.
    Verry eeeenteresting.

    NT's aren't really respectful of rules/conventions, and operate moreso on principals and guidelines. It's kind of an innate N thing to be curious and speculative too.

    I think I still bounce back between INTJ and ENTX, depending on how much coffee I've had, and how many people I've been around. After reviewing a cognitive processes test, it was a very close tie between ENTP, INTJ, and ENTJ(in that order). Perhaps I should just leave it at that.

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    Why would you be INTJ as opposed to ENTP?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Why would you be INTJ as opposed to ENTP?

    Good question. That is why I consult this board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana View Post
    ENTJ?
    You don't even have to read what he says. You know that's what he is because of how long it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sling View Post
    but Im not all that extraverted.
    Few intuitives are. Even ENFPs.
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    INTJ is a likelihood
    however, by using the " do not enter " signs as landmarks,
    and considering your avatar and how it is from the past
    I'd say you have tertiary Si.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AvereX View Post
    INTJ is a likelihood
    however, by using the " do not enter " signs as landmarks,
    and considering your avatar and how it is from the past
    I'd say you have tertiary Si.
    Um... those are what I'd call "unrelated signifiers."

    Sort of like trying to saying that someone is lying if their eyes flick to the left when they speak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    You don't even have to read what he says. You know that's what he is because of how long it is.
    Meh, ENTJ is possible, but I doubt it. I was doing this online brain workout/iq test with my ENTJ dad, and he seemed to approach most of the problems logically or trying to figure them systemically with math(T), where I would tend to take a more abstract approach(N).

    To AvereX:
    How are either of those indicative of a Si? Using signs as landmarks? I said that more to express I don't give a damn about boundaries if they get in my way, and I'll exploit their own boundary materials to assist me. I chose this avatar because eye patches and handlebar mustaches are a bitchin' fashion statement.

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    because i read a description I recall reading a subscription of Si that went like so

    "There can be a oneness with ageless customs......."

    pitiful argument, i know

    so.......
    since one's dominant function is how they see things,
    and one's auxiliary is what one decides with
    the following statements of your's makes me think you are an INTP

    Quote Originally Posted by Sling
    I chose this avatar because eye patches and handlebar mustaches are a bitchin' fashion statement. "
    An INTP's aux. function is Ne
    Ne interprets objective and observable data for the meaning
    it infers
    an Ni dom foresee's

    Ex. of Ne
    " a red tie is a power tie "

    by you recording the "signs as landmarks"
    i tallied it up as a part of the process, but not paramount--Si

    "I said that more to express I don't give a damn about boundaries if they get in my way, and I'll exploit their own boundary materials to assist me. "
    Ne

    does that even seem valid ?
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    ...

    How long have you been typing people?

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