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    OK Hitta says I'm not an ENFp, and I'm not smart enough to know what type I am, and I should consult an expert. Or maybe he said I need professional help, as in a psychiatrist or something? I'm not sure, as with most of what he writes it didn't make much sense.

    Anyway, oh experts of the16types.info, if I am not ENFp, what type do you reckon I might be?

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    Rick wrote something in the wiki that may be of help --

    I've been thinking about a possible switch mechanism for the plus-minus blocks of IxxJs within the framework of process/result dichotomy. This could provide an explanation for the HAs of IxxJs and their contrary types. So, given that we have:
    1. 4 transactional states for each block with producing Se or Ne
    2. child block dominance in aristocrats and parent block dominance in democrats
    3. Gödel's Incompleteness Theorem
    The switching sequence still isn't completely clear, but if we take a look at process ("end-devolutionary" orientated) types — determination, resistance to sudden changes in the immediate environment, cyclicalism, redundancy of emotions, and hesitancy towards positively charged speculation — that gives us a place to start. What if emotion creating were produced by the Id block, not the Super-Id like Yermolaev supposed?
    Idea: do analysis/collect factual data OR be content with existing system (emotion-creating aristocrats)
    hmmm... That doesn't seem to fit with the child block dominance thing...
    Ok, then maybe it's the contrary type whose HA acts together with the IxxJs' accepting Fi/Ti? That would mean that creating comfort is more important for these types than consuming resources.
    Another idea: if you combine +Ne in the same transaction ring with -Si, then you have the child block ordering reversed for Delta aristocrats, but they would stay the same for Beta aristocrats... which could be related to process/result as well. Maybe they are independent after all. At least it's a good way for identifying evolutionary types through the adult block. What do you think?
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    gah you're like the shittiest ENTj ever!

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    My only question is why on earth would you put so much effort forth at the behest of hitta?

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    -Ne is just ENFp Ne with Delta quadra values in mind and +Ne is ENTp Ne with Alpha values in mind. The differences between -/+ do exist but the Ne in both ENTps and ENFps is essentially the same. When he makes the distinction between -/+ he seems to only think in -/+ and not in simple Ne terms.

    So he's just over doing the -/+ thing IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat View Post
    Rick wrote something in the wiki that may be of help --

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    My only question is why on earth would you put so much effort forth at the behest of hitta?
    Oh, I don't know. I finished making the lasagna for tomorrow and the presents are all wrapped. I don't have anything else to do right now and I was amused.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slacker Mom View Post
    I finished making the lasagna for tomorrow
    Lasagna for Christmas ?

    Aha. That shows +Si (the choice of positive sensations) coupled with -Ti: a rejection of the traditional rules that you should eat turkey or similar. The fact, though, that you did it today for tomorrow shows a +Ni>-Si preference.

    Your type couldn't be clearer.
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    gah you're like the shittiest ENTj ever!

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    You're on a roll today, Expat.

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    Can't picture you as anything other than ENFp, sorry.

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    LSE. Definitely. No explanation needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat View Post
    Lasagna for Christmas ?

    Aha. That shows +Si (the choice of positive sensations) coupled with -Ti: a rejection of the traditional rules that you should eat turkey or similar. The fact, though, that you did it today for tomorrow shows a +Ni>-Si preference.

    Your type couldn't be clearer.
    haha, this was awesome.

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    based on some observations and our recent positive interaction, I would have to say that I cannot see you as anything other than ENFp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strrrng View Post
    based on some observations and our recent positive interaction, I would have to say that I cannot see you as anything other than ENFp.
    I cant imaging you as any other type either unless Im not ENFP as well. Cause Im pretty sure Im whatever type you are (the atheism thing notwithstanding).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat View Post
    Lasagna for Christmas ?

    Aha. That shows +Si (the choice of positive sensations) coupled with -Ti: a rejection of the traditional rules that you should eat turkey or similar. The fact, though, that you did it today for tomorrow shows a +Ni>-Si preference.

    Your type couldn't be clearer.
    LOL

    You know my sister wanted turkey and all that, and I am just TIRED of turkey. So I figured if I made lasagna, I could do most of the work the day before, and Christmas (which will be chaotic enough) wouldn't be as much of a mess. I came THIS CLOSE (imagine my thumb and finger really close together) to picking up a frozen lasagna, but I was afraid my guests would think I was lazy if I did that and would say bad things about me. I am lazy, but I don't want them knowing that. LOL
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    Same here. I'm an ENFp, and I made raclette, because you only have to buy cheese and boil spuds and slice up some veg.

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    Yeah and so many things when you cook them you have to be careful with how you time things to make sure they all finish at approximately the same time. With lasagna, there's none of that. When it's done, it's done.
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    As screwed up as this may sound... since I'm not one to ever talk about socionics or this forum away from here...

    yesterday I went out to lunch with a buddy of mine and his wife called him and they chatted for a minute or so. He hung the phone up and was like, my wife just said she's not going to make the turkey and is instead, making lasagna. This wouldn't have been nearly as wierd to me if I hadn't read this thread and commented on it about 30 minutes prior to having lunch. I looked at my friend like and said, really... how odd... I just read about someone else making lasagna for X-mas dinner.
    I think it was just the timing of it that I found so odd. Just something strange I noticed.
    hmmm, I didn't figure there'd be as many people on here today as there is... At least I have an excuse... I'm at work. Working Christmas isn't too bad, I get a free buffet for lunch and there's nobody here to bother me when I'm working. Compared to the hundreds of people usually here on a Tuesday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slacker Mom View Post
    LOL

    You know my sister wanted turkey and all that, and I am just TIRED of turkey. So I figured if I made lasagna, I could do most of the work the day before, and Christmas (which will be chaotic enough) wouldn't be as much of a mess. I came THIS CLOSE (imagine my thumb and finger really close together) to picking up a frozen lasagna, but I was afraid my guests would think I was lazy if I did that and would say bad things about me. I am lazy, but I don't want them knowing that. LOL
    You get major brownie points for that one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slacker Mom View Post
    LOL

    You know my sister wanted turkey and all that, and I am just TIRED of turkey. So I figured if I made lasagna, I could do most of the work the day before, and Christmas (which will be chaotic enough) wouldn't be as much of a mess. I came THIS CLOSE (imagine my thumb and finger really close together) to picking up a frozen lasagna, but I was afraid my guests would think I was lazy if I did that and would say bad things about me. I am lazy, but I don't want them knowing that. LOL
    lol, our holidays must be gluten-free now, so imagine how creative we must get. celiacs disease is awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jadae View Post
    lol, our holidays must be gluten-free now, so imagine how creative we must get. celiacs disease is awesome!
    Oh wow, that's rough! I get migraine headaches and chocolate seems to be triggering me lately so I have to avoid that, but that's it in our family as far as out-of-bounds foods.

    So what did you have, then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slacker Mom View Post
    Oh wow, that's rough! I get migraine headaches and chocolate seems to be triggering me lately so I have to avoid that, but that's it in our family as far as out-of-bounds foods.

    So what did you have, then?
    gluten-free ham, corn, baby reds/mashed, pineapple rings. The others had all the pies n stuff stored away from the normal food. I miss stuffing the most. We tried making gluten-free stuffing one year but it tastes like dog ass lol =p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slacker Mom View Post
    LOL

    OK Hitta says I'm not an ENFp, and I'm not smart enough to know what type I am, and I should consult an expert. Or maybe he said I need professional help, as in a psychiatrist or something? I'm not sure, as with most of what he writes it didn't make much sense.

    Anyway, oh experts of the16types.info, if I am not ENFp, what type do you reckon I might be?

    ENFP seems fine to me
    Well I am back. How's everyone? Don't have as much time now, but glad to see some of the old gang are still here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat View Post
    Lasagna for Christmas ?

    Aha. That shows +Si (the choice of positive sensations) coupled with -Ti: a rejection of the traditional rules that you should eat turkey or similar. The fact, though, that you did it today for tomorrow shows a +Ni>-Si preference.

    Your type couldn't be clearer.
    Nice 1 lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat View Post
    Lasagna for Christmas ?

    Aha. That shows +Si (the choice of positive sensations) coupled with -Ti: a rejection of the traditional rules that you should eat turkey or similar. The fact, though, that you did it today for tomorrow shows a +Ni>-Si preference.

    Your type couldn't be clearer.

    I never thought of it that way, especially the lack of -Ti part and being non-traditional. My IEE roommate and I had a short conflict when relatives came over for Christmas and he decided to play Nickleback, while I insisted on Christmas music.
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