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    lol, sorry Greed, I had misread your other post. I read it as if you picked up on social cues as not an F trait. Nevermind, sensotard moment.

    Your post seems more like ENFP than ENTP to me. You're a guy right? ENFP guys, well every man of every type, tend to be more use T more then their female counterparts.

    Myself in particular, I have a high Ti. Why do you think you are T and not F?

    Most people consider me rational and analytical btw. But there's no doubt I'm an F.

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    Can I be mistyped if I am not typed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beyondaurora View Post
    Can I be mistyped if I am not typed?
    Yes. You are clearly not an ESTJ. You know what that means? :P

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    I can't believe that one test typed me as an INFP...That surely cannot be!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    I can't believe that one test typed me as an INFP...That surely cannot be!!!!

    You're right! It surely cannot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    lol, sorry Greed, I had misread your other post. I read it as if you picked up on social cues as not an F trait. Nevermind, sensotard moment.

    Your post seems more like ENFP than ENTP to me. You're a guy right? ENFP guys, well every man of every type, tend to be more use T more then their female counterparts.

    Myself in particular, I have a high Ti. Why do you think you are T and not F?

    Most people consider me rational and analytical btw. But there's no doubt I'm an F.
    Being involved in engineering and computer science for so long, and having been programming since I was about six years old, it's hard to inot have a well-developed logical side

    I never put much stock in the model describing the roles of the cognitive processes past the first two, but Te as a relief function instead of a leading makes a lot of sense to me. I have my various organizational systems, I like implementing them, and I pride myself on them. In fact, the frequency at which I use Te nowadays may lead me to believe it to be a dominant function. Organizing the world around me in creative ways allows me to just sit back and just enjoy it.

    Si as an inferior? I think I rather like that description, although that doesn't differentiate between ENTP and ENFP

    From here, describing how a socionics ENFp might confuse himself for an ENTp:

    "In this instance, the way to discern between these two types and to choose the correct one is to determine whether you activelly use more Te or Ti. If you use Te more than you use Ti, you are probably an ENFp. If you use Ti more than you use Te, you could really be an ENTp."

    Which.. yeah, my use of Te's pretty well described above. Likewise, from ENTp to ENFp (as we'd guess):

    "If you use Fe more than you use Fi, you are probably an ENTp. If you use Fi more than you use Fe, you could really be an ENFp."

    From this standpoint.. well.. my ENFJ friend and I are definitely clash when it comes to social roles and other traits described by Fe, which I sometimes come to strongly despise in terms of how limiting and controlling I feel it to be. Likewise, he basically doesn't understand the concept of empathy at all, where I'd describe it as one of my defining traits.

    Thanks for the insight, Sytpg! It definitely helps getting the perspective of male ENFPs. I'll continue keeping a watch out and see which posters I end up resonating more with.. I'm not exactly around many ENFPs in real life, so it's hard for me to compare myself to them.

    So, yeah, this might be settled now? Although, ironically enough, it looks like I'm approaching this from a Ti perspective

    (I just hope this doesn't mean that I have to go out and find an INTJ girlfriend.. the last one I dated made me want to stab myself in the head )

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    I've decided that I shall now be ESFP because I said so....That NF stuff just ain't cutting it - time to try on a new hat. :looks in the mirror: Well, how do you think it fits?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    I've decided that I shall now be ESFP because I said so....That NF stuff just ain't cutting it - time to try on a new hat. :looks in the mirror: Well, how do you think it fits?
    That post sounds really ESFP at least. You're off to a good start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    That post sounds really ESFP at least. You're off to a good start.
    Coolness - seeeeeee I told ya so!
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    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    Being involved in engineering and computer science for so long, and having been programming since I was about six years old, it's hard to inot have a well-developed logical side
    I'm actually in computer engineering myself (even though I've learned I don't like it as much as I did in the past)

    It's actually funny, because throughout the years I always chose the science related subjects, and what I found out was that I never ended up picking the areas I was naturally good at (like language and humanities) nor the ones I liked (art). Learning I was an ENFP has made me understand where and when I've been "fighting the current", so to speak. Obviously, "fighting the current" is great, but striking a balance is better.

    The Ti/Te thing is something I'm still not sure of. My Ti is supposed to be my third strongest function and Te kinda weak. I still relate a lot to ENTP profiles because I feel part ENTP too. But my Fi is my second function so I'm definitely more ENFP. (also I still relate proportionately a lot more to ENFP profiles. At the end of the day it's "live and let live".)

    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    From this standpoint.. well.. my ENFJ friend and I are definitely clash when it comes to social roles and other traits described by Fe, which I sometimes come to strongly despise in terms of how limiting and controlling I feel it to be. Likewise, he basically doesn't understand the concept of empathy at all, where I'd describe it as one of my defining traits.
    In a weird way, I think strong Fi could also account for your doubt and self-consciousness regarding type.

    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    Thanks for the insight, Sytpg! It definitely helps getting the perspective of male ENFPs. I'll continue keeping a watch out and see which posters I end up resonating more with.. I'm not exactly around many ENFPs in real life, so it's hard for me to compare myself to them.
    Just bear in mind ENFP randomness and "the devil's advocate" complex

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