If you can see past the attempt at humor, tell me what you think.
Assuming that the strength of functions is the following:
1st and 8th: 4/second
2nd and 7th: 3/s
3rd and 6th: 2/s
4th and 5th: 1/s
Potato (LSI) and the Goat (SEI) are playing a game. They are both merry types, but this has nothing to do with anything.
The game gives each the same task, which uses a specific information aspect and lasts 100 seconds.
The first task involves Si (deciding which spices are better suited for grilled tuna).
The Goat's Si will give him 4x100=400 strength points, but due to the high value Si has for him, he worked for a long time as a cook and his knowledge of recipes, spices, tuna and grills gives him 693 additional points. Total=1093 Si strength points.
The Potato's Si also gives him 400 points, and while he never really cared for cooking, his Si valuing family didn't talk about anything else and he unwillingly picked up a knowledge of 266 points. Total=666 Si points.
The Goat's tuna is way better.
The second task involves Te (insert something boring).
The Goat's terrible Te only gives him 100 points, and even the staggering numbers of duals he has had can't help him that much, as he never really understood the eerily effortless time they have with such things. Experience only gives him 69 points, for a total of 169.
The Potato's Te has been for years the only source his starving-for-Te INFj flatmate had, and this brought him to use it more than he would normally have. Knowledge of 278, plus 3x100=578.
The game went on and on through most of the functions, till the Goat got bored and dozed off, much to the frustration of the competitive Potato.