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    Hi everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Sheila White about her life as an ISFP Fi-Se CP/S(B) FF. We talked about her feminine sensory and how she has a tendency to forget everything in the past, including people. We also talked about how she was forced to learn how to use her introverted intuition to prevent chaos from happening to her and her ESTP husband who never plans anything or is aware of the consequences of his actions. The cool thing about Sheila is how she has learned how to use her fourth function Te well as a result of working as a hairdresser for 20+ years in her life where she's talking to clients on a daily basis. It's trained her to enjoy engaging with the tribe despite the typical IxxP who has issues with the tribe. And I think the biggest takeaway her for an IxxP is her attitude towards the tribe is what made her get along with the tribe to begin with. And so if you're an IxxP that has tribe problems, then the first step is to look at the tribe in a positive light as oppose to an obstacle. Check out the interview here:

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    In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Charles Benson on what it's like to be an Fi-Ni SC/P(B) MM. I thought the interview was hilarious because I was talking to Charles while he's in the dark and sometimes, he'll disappear from the camera or you can only see his eyes. Typing wise, he was partially typed by Davesuperpowers as a double masculine ISFP. During our talk, he described only having limited interest and likes to narrow down on his interest whether that be music or movies. Charles likes to live in his internal world for the vast majority of the time and it clearly shows he's a jumper ISFP type (skipping Se to do Ni first). Charles also said he mumbles a lot which shows he has blast last. The interview was definitely fascinating!



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    Quote Originally Posted by ENFPMale View Post
    Hello ISFPs, I got a chance to interview an ISFP and it was quite an interesting experience. It's not often I meet an ISFP, maybe because I tend to gravitate towards NF and NTs as friends. Julien is a jumper ISFP and has access to introverted intuition which essentially makes him an NF SP.
    No, if he prefers N over S, he's an N. INFP. "Jumper ISFP" doesn't exist. You either prefer one dichotomy, or the other, and that's the one you go with.
    I tried OP. I find it has some issues, the people in the group starting hating on me and others when these were highlighted.
    Disregarding things like how two people typing you does not equate to anything remotely "objective", look at this ISFP that prefers N over S, how is this a "jumper"? Why is he not just an INFP? If he prefers F as his dominant function, why isn't he a J then? Myers screwed up there, but why does OP have to also screw up there too?

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    In this interview, I spoke with Mike Silberstein about what it's like to be an ENTP male Ne-Fe PC/B(S). This interview was super fun and we talked about a whole range of topics from dealing with Mike's feminine Si to learning his identity as he grew older. Two lead Ne users makes for a great conversation!
    Makes no sense. If he prefers F over T, he's an F type. Simple. Why are you not referring to him as an ENFP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ENFPMale View Post
    Hello fellow ENTJs. In this interview, I spoke with Alan M. about what it's like to be an ENTJ male Te-Se PC/S(B).
    ESTJ then.

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    Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Thomas Aylott on what it's like to be an ENFJ Fe-Se PB/C(S) FF.
    ESFJ.

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    Hands down, this is the funniest interview I have ever done since starting ENFP male. I got a chance to interview Otim Obita on what it's like to be an INFJ Male Ni-Ti SC/P(B) MF.
    INTP is probably the best fit for dichotomy, reasoning being N is Perceiving, assuming he prefers N first then, I don't care what MBTI does or what OP does, N first = Perceiving, can't even argue against that. So he ends up being INxP ("Ni" lead, not that "Ni" is a thing anyway) + Thinking. INTP.

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    Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Evelyn Cash-Santos on what it's like to be an ENFP Female Ne-Te PC/B(S) MM.
    ENTP then.

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    Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Chris Sims on what it's like to be an INFJ Ni-Ti SC/P(B) MF.
    INTP, same reasoning as Otim.

    Quote Originally Posted by ENFPMale View Post
    In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Charles Benson on what it's like to be an Fi-Ni SC/P(B) MM.
    INFJ, same reasoning as Otim. "Fi lead" despite "Fi" not being a thing (adding I/E to the function does not create it's own whole function) = IxFJ (don't care about Myers' 2c on I/E re: P/J) + N = INFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turi View Post
    No, if he prefers N over S, he's an N. INFP. "Jumper ISFP" doesn't exist. You either prefer one dichotomy, or the other, and that's the one you go with.
    I tried OP. I find it has some issues, the people in the group starting hating on me and others when these were highlighted.
    Disregarding things like how two people typing you does not equate to anything remotely "objective", look at this ISFP that prefers N over S, how is this a "jumper"? Why is he not just an INFP? If he prefers F as his dominant function, why isn't he a J then? Myers screwed up there, but why does OP have to also screw up there too?



    Makes no sense. If he prefers F over T, he's an F type. Simple. Why are you not referring to him as an ENFP?
    You can talk to Davesuperpowers about your belief that jumper types doesn't exist. He typed these individuals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ENFPMale View Post
    You can talk to Davesuperpowers about your belief that jumper types doesn't exist. He typed these individuals.
    I don't need to talk to anybody, there is no such thing as a "jumper", you either have a preference in one area, or you do not. You do not "jump" over anything.
    Even if we imagine both IIEE/EEII and EIEI/IEIE models coexisting at the same time despite how this is inconsistent with Jung (it would only be IIEE/EEII 'stacks' then, as I understand it), then the "jumper" idea still does not happen.

    Take for example my type, INFP. I for no proven reason am supposed to lead with "Fi" (not a function, F is the function, I is the attitude but I digress), now if I preferred "Si" instead of "Ne" in my little mystical made-up "function stack", which is preferred, S or N?

    S is preferred, obviously. I would not be "jumping" over N to get to S. I would simply have an S preference, meaning I would be an ISFP. Not a "jumper" INFP that is "Fi-Si". Nothing is "jumped". The concept of a "jumper" doesn't make any sense.
    I repeat if I was to follow along with the complete crap that is the "function stack", and I am "Fi" that then prefers "Si" over "Ne" as an INFP, then I am definitely beyond any doubt, preferring S over N. This would then make me an S. ISFP, then.
    Preferring "Si" over "Ne" in no way whatsoever, means I would be a "jumper INFP" or any other such BS. It is such a terrible and misleading way to perceive type preferences.

    I am on board with the idea that there is IIEE/EEII stacks, this is what makes the most sense following Jung, I am also as a stereotypical "P" type in MBTI, open to the possibility that there is IEIE/EIEI stacks etc I don't see any reason to not at least consider them and consider they work alongside other ideas - even IIIE/EEEI or IIxE/EExI would work. All that doesn't work is having both dominant and inferior functions in the same attitude, that's all I would strictly rule out. But I still see no way how it makes sense to anyone that referring to say, an "Fi"-"Si" type as a INFP "jumper" is a good idea.

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    Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Grace Sunderland and help her figure out if she's an ENFJ and what kind of ENFJ. The conclusion in our talk pointed us for her to have PB/S(C) FF. We're not 100% sure of course if this is accurate but she seems to use Play a lot in general to share her stories, play and interact with the tribe and to gather information from the tribe. She seems to have blast early on the interview and she definitely uses sleep (though it came across as a demon). Consuming seems to be her biggest demon animal because she doesn't really consume materials for herself. As far as her sexual modalities go, we ended up with double feminine since she's very visual. However, we aren't very sure if this is accurate or not. We definitely need more clips of her to find out more about her type. Check out the interview here:



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    Hi everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Asees Sarkaria on what it's like to be an ENTP Ne-Ti CS/P(B) FF. Asees is pretty young, still in highschool, so he told me stories based on his life growing up with his parents. He talked about his "IxxJ" father and his "ExxJ" mother and also his interactions with his classmates and teachers in school. The biggest take away in my opinion here, is that Asees should do toastmasters to work on improving his blast and play and so he doesn't have to resort to using his sleep and pretend to talk to someone in his head to convey his message clearer. Check out the interview here:



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    Quote Originally Posted by ENFPMale View Post
    Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Grace Sunderland and help her figure out if she's an ENFJ and what kind of ENFJ. The conclusion in our talk pointed us for her to have PB/S(C) FF. We're not 100% sure of course if this is accurate but she seems to use Play a lot in general to share her stories, play and interact with the tribe and to gather information from the tribe. She seems to have blast early on the interview and she definitely uses sleep (though it came across as a demon). Consuming seems to be her biggest demon animal because she doesn't really consume materials for herself. As far as her sexual modalities go, we ended up with double feminine since she's very visual. However, we aren't very sure if this is accurate or not. We definitely need more clips of her to find out more about her type. Check out the interview here:
    Isn't this the exact wrong way to type someone according to the OP method? Grace chipping in her 2c doesn't = finding any kind of intersubjective typing, and you are one guy - no partner to cross-check your typings with, so your 2c is completely subjective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turi View Post
    Isn't this the exact wrong way to type someone according to the OP method? Grace chipping in her 2c doesn't = finding any kind of intersubjective typing, and you are one guy - no partner to cross-check your typings with, so your 2c is completely subjective.
    Grace hasn't been officially typed, we're just trying to get a ball park of what her type is like. She'll most likely get officially typed as some point.

    Second, you're definitely not an INFP. You're using Ti heavily trying to find logical inconsistencies. You sound more like an INTP if anything or at least, someone with Ti.

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