"oh and btw don't look, there is something i don't want you to see right there... yes, right there, where i am figuratively pointing at, don't look there! see where i am pointing at? wait, you do?! but i asked you not to look you bastard!" ...how can that not drive someone nuts? yet somehow most introverts seem to be able to manage it, with the occasional exceptions of the inquisitive ISTPs...
Originally Posted by MasterOfAwesome
see, there's a general unwritten consensus in MBTI regarding the scaling of E vs. I:
extrovert <- ESxx <- ENxx <- ambivert -> ISxx -> INxx -> introvert it's more of a rule of thumb then a mechanical principle in the system, but it works as a rough estimate - an IN or an ES are less likely to be closer to the E/I grey area then an EN or IS, and if you are, your more likely to be one of the later.
another way to look at it would be to stop to think about the most introverted people around you who are healthy functioning people - would classifying yourself as an introvert place you in roughly the same population divide, or would it require pushing the scale so far that they might as well need to be classified as autistic?