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    Ermagawds I'm totally into this dude that disagrees w me on stuff and our personalities clash but I find him so attractive

    ^yeah, you're totally right, that has nothing to do with sex
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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    Ermagawds I'm totally into this dude that disagrees w me on stuff and our personalities clash but I find him so attractive

    ^yeah, you're totally right, that has nothing to do with sex
    Of course, you know best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    Of course, you know best.
    no, hundreds of thousands of years of evolution knows best
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    I suppose it's probably painful for you to think that xNFJs don't automatically want to mate with xNTPs.. (And btw, where did I say that my personality clashes with his?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    why?

    E - Comfortable entertaining groups of people. It could go either way though; introversion would be acceptable, though I would likely end up pegging him ambiverted.

    S - Doesn't so much focus on the content of the poems as the practice of reciting the words, engaging Se. It seems the manner of prose is sublime to the interpretation of content, as some who are into poetry find engaging. I'm sure it is there for him, though, to some degree - tertiary or inferior Ni. I find Ne/Se very reactionary, as you've stated - I wonder what he reacts with? Broad tangents, or relative experience?

    F - Poetry. I don't have to say much more. :P

    P - Could be J, but you didn't give any indicators for me to go off of for him being anything apart from a P type. Just a hunch, as is my thoughts on his extroversion..


    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    I suppose it's probably painful for you to think that xNFJs don't automatically want to mate with xNTPs.. (And btw, where did I say that my personality clashes with his?)

    How about ISTP's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    all i have to say is it sounds likje you want to fuck him hahahaha
    Sounds like someone got an obsession with sex, lol.

    ENTPs and sex...
    I used to be an NP like you, but then I took an arrow to the Ne.

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    Alright, i admit it was a bit of a douchebag comment. Sheesh! I apologize (seriously). In The future don't argue with me just say, "hey douchebag stop being a douchebag." I don't intend to be a dick :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by jontherobot View Post

    S - Doesn't so much focus on the content of the poems as the practice of reciting the words, engaging Se. It seems the manner of prose is sublime to the interpretation of content, as some who are into poetry find engaging. I'm sure it is there for him, though, to some degree - tertiary or inferior Ni. I find Ne/Se very reactionary, as you've stated - I wonder what he reacts with? Broad tangents, or relative experience?
    Well, this is where I perhaps left out information and you focused on that. I don't think it's fair to say that he's more focused on the memorizing than the content - as he seems very content-focused to me. I mean, he's written criticism (and written it well) and that sort of thing - not just at uni but for personal interest.

    I would also contend that there are plenty of Thinker poets out there. Some people just feel it's the best way to express themselves...

    I could see him as an ENFP more readily than as an ESFP, I'd say. I may be subscribing to cliches but I really haven't ever met an ESFP who would have much (if any) patience with the kind of stuff that seems to fascinate him.

    I'm still leaning xNTP, but anyway... As far as the introversion/extroversion thing goes, I think "ambivert" could be accurate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    Well, this is where I perhaps left out information and you focused on that. I don't think it's fair to say that he's more focused on the memorizing than the content - as he seems very content-focused to me. I mean, he's written criticism (and written it well) and that sort of thing - not just at uni but for personal interest.

    Ah, I did not say it is the memorizing that gives rise to me thinking him a sensor. That would be indicative of preferred Ni/Si. You said he focuses on the recitation, the process of delivery, as a hip-hop artist would. Sounds very much like Se, analogous to dribbling a basketball or cooking food.


    I would also contend that there are plenty of Thinker poets out there. Some people just feel it's the best way to express themselves...

    Yeah, my comment was borderline tongue-in-cheek. I really wouldn't be able to say on this one without knowing his decision making process.


    I could see him as an ENFP more readily than as an ESFP, I'd say. I may be subscribing to cliches but I really haven't ever met an ESFP who would have much (if any) patience with the kind of stuff that seems to fascinate him.

    I'm still leaning xNTP, but anyway... As far as the introversion/extroversion thing goes, I think "ambivert" could be accurate.

    Rather cliche, but understandable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jontherobot View Post
    Ah, I did not say it is the memorizing that gives rise to me thinking him a sensor. That would be indicative of preferred Ni/Si. You said he focuses on the recitation, the process of delivery, as a hip-hop artist would. Sounds very much like Se, analogous to dribbling a basketball or cooking food.
    Yeah I do see what you mean and you may have a point. He certainly seems to see poetry as more of a "recitation" than a "reading" art form (although anyone who writes both criticism and poetry probably has a strong feeling for it as a "reading" art form too.)

    I would say for sure that his approach to poetry, both reading it and writing it, is more "sensory" than mine. Ie. focused on the sound and rhythm of the words, sensory details, etc. From that perspective I could wonder if he's a Sensor. However, if he is one he's more abstract/philosophical/tangential/whimsical than I normally associate with the typical Sensor (but of course people are not really "typical", and I might be subscribing to cliches again!)
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