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    Default Is There Anybody On Here Typed Correctly?

    Who on this forum do you think is correctly typed?
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    Yay...I think
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    There are two names missing from the list: Highander and Mal+.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    Who on this forum do you think is correctly typed?
    Not me lol.

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    @INTP is for sure an INTP. They are known amongst the least likely to confuse their types for another because of that damn dom Ti with Ne as support. "All of these options, which one is true for me?" @jenocyde as well as ENTP.
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    I don't care if I'm typed correctly, but i think i am, either way I win. I don't know I don't care, typology no longer interests me i stay for the camaraderie
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    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Which type is more apt to type themselves incorrectly?

    Just thinking about all of the variables required for answering this one correctly caused my mind to kick me for its tendency to always question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thursday View Post
    INTP. They are known amongst the least likely to confuse their types for another because of that damn dom Ti with Ne as support. "All of these options, which one is true for me?"
    Wouldn't Ne produce confusion because of all the possibilities? Why is Ti more likely to decide on one? I fail to see the connection, as typology is not either scientific or logical. It's intuitive and categorical. What is the causal relationship and how does it work? People just throw these statements around without any real explanation.

    Maybe archetypes and cognitive functions just go over my head, because I can't really see any of them in concrete observation unless it's really obvious. And even then sometimes I get confused.

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