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    Quote Originally Posted by Coco View Post
    Hey
    I don't really know how to say it =X
    But it seems like many F think that being T is better than being F...
    So it seems you've picked up on the online MBTI narrative. It isn't so much the F's from what I've seen. I wouldn't ever type as a T myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I use both T and F to make my decisions. What is the big deal?
    Me too...Like a BOSS!!

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    wtf.

    T is good for something F is good for something.

    Using both will make you better than using one most of the time. Actually you don't really decide, you just use them.

    T and F are equal to me.

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    Grass is always greener. I know T's who wish they could connect as easily to their loved ones the ways F's do naturally without much effort, although they wouldnt ever admit it. I at times wish I was a T, just because it would be so much easier then dealing with the constant onslaught of emotional turbulence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guesswho View Post
    T is good for something F is good for something.
    T and F are equal to me.
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    hahaha, I had similar results.

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    Saying T is better than F strikes me as somewhat silly. Everyone needs a good amount of both.

    What good is T if you don't know what's important to you? You'd just analyze stuff you don't care about.
    What good is F if you don't know what is true? You'd make value-conclusions about stuff that might not even exist.

    Both should be used to filter through the unconscious. F throws away unimportant things, T throws away untrue things. If you didn't do one of those two things, you'd have a major problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coco View Post
    Hey
    I don't really know how to say it =X
    But it seems like many F think that being T is better than being F
    And that like they think that being T is in every way easier than being F and that they dont like being F.
    & if F was super nice friendly and T jerk that has no emotions, so Mrs. F would like to become Mrs. T...
    while the opposite does not happend? o.O


    Get it? o_O
    So am I a moron who has hallucinations or is it true?


    Note: Sorry about the big amount of "and like you know the thingy watermelon" . I'm jealous of whoever has writing skills.
    Not if you're a chick. Chicks are expected to be F.

    Oh and I might be an F, but I get a lot of shhiit for not putting people/morals first or being "insensitive" or "ruthless".
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    & if F was super nice friendly and T jerk that has no emotions, so Mrs. F would like to become Mrs. T...
    [/QUOTE]

    Being a T doesnt mean you dont have emotions. Emotions aren't functions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by master-G View Post
    Emotions aren't functions.
    There's a lot of people who can't grasp that fact.
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.
    — Mark Twain

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