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1. Haha Jack Flak = :banned:

2. Originally Posted by TheChosenOne
Haha Jack Flak = :banned:
How and WHY was he banned?

I'm so sad, Jack Flak was my IDOL..I remember my first few visits on here, seeing his posts, I was amazed. Jack!: if you're reading this, I miss you!

3. Hey, Jack! Set down the bottle and come back with that fine mind tuned up!

4. See sig.

EDIT: My Fi and Ne were at the very top when I took the test. The Ni, Si, Ti, and Se were all VERY close behind. Like, 5 points off. Then Te was 3 points below that, and my Fe is embarassingly low.

5. _.-~*`BlackCat`*~-._.-~*`INFP`*~-._

6. Originally Posted by Evan
It seems you're not using the traditional formula. Mind sharing?

(Also, did you use my first order or second? I'm guessing you used the one with Ni first.)

Edit: I think I figured out your formula. It wouldn't matter if you used my first or 2nd order. Here's what I think:

1)you rate N vs S and T vs. F, with differences at the beginning of the order weighed more heavily than differences at the end, narrowing down the middle two letters.
2)you rate the winner of N vs S against the winner of T vs F, narrowing it down to 2 types (for me, ENTP and INTJ)
3)out of the 4 functions for the middle two letters, you find the highest one, which chooses between the two leftover.

edit again: wait, no, that can't be it...kora's result wouldn't make sense. instead of step 2 above, you probably weigh the extroverted functions against the introverted ones to narrow down I/E, and then pick P/J from the first function direction you see.
Well think in terms of how much each function applies to a personality. For instance Se will apply the greatest to ESXPs. I haven't rid any preferences out just anonymously. I thought I saw something wrong with this formula at first but it was nothing. I'm going to keep looking.

7. I've always liked the cognitive functions theory.

What is your opinion on my Se, Ti, Ni, and Te being so high lemons? The Si fits with INFP for tertiary, but otherwise the rest shouldn't be up that high.

Gotta love twisting and turning theories. I always just figured I was very balanced.

8. Originally Posted by BlackCat
I've always liked the cognitive functions theory.

What is your opinion on my Se, Ti, Ni, and Te being so high lemons? The Si fits with INFP for tertiary, but otherwise the rest shouldn't be up that high.

Gotta love twisting and turning theories. I always just figured I was very balanced.
Excluding a subjective perspective, it would not make sense if you say that an INFP should have a low Se, Ti, Ni and Te. It makes the most sense in this theory to say that the order of functions determines the type. There is no "natural" order to the functions, but there is a common order. For instance I have strong Ne, but my function order still matches up mostly to INTJ.

9. Originally Posted by Evan
I think lemons' ideas are usually quite simple and/or inaccurate. .
You make my fine point evan. Is is the simple ideas that do succumb, and the inaccurate ideas make the most room improvement. They flip factors of wrong around so that anyone could utilize a new approach.

To give this thread a 1/5 stars is astray from the topic and demonstrative of the original poster that being me, I so understand. In this thread members have listed their functions so that no one should need to seek any further. Here they are. I've given insight to those who ask. It is good fun to analyze subjective responses with theory. It is not tedious, it has a point, unlike some discussion I've encountered of a certain member who at fault has been banned, fortunately for only the time being. I don't imply correctitude. I provide possibilities as others do. My intention is not too far off at all. I am respectful and I do respect anyone who can concur with these simple terms.

10. Ti-Si-Se-Fi=Te-Ne-Ni-Fe

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