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    She is far to feelery.

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    So are you.
    But, for a certainty, back then,
    We loved so many, yet hated so much,
    We hurt others and were hurt ourselves...

    Yet even then, we ran like the wind,
    Whilst our laughter echoed,
    Under cerulean skies...

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    I haven’t been active on this site long, but she does strike me as not ENTp.

    But then again I haven’t met any ENTp-s irl so I wouldn’t really know.

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    I want to be feelerererererery!

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    ahahhahahahahahhahahaahahhahahahahaahahhaah

    You guys are a riot! Is this my 5th type thread now?
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    BTW... I'd like to remind everyone that feelers aren't necessarily more emotional, and thinkers aren't necessarily less emotional... it's a matter of ethics vs. logic.

    ALSO, Socionics is not a personality typing system. It's possible for two people of the same type to have very different personalities. Socionics is pretty much breaking human behavior and thought processes into 8 functions and then determining which functions a person uses for what.
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    Well by this logic, I guess Sara can't be INTp: She's far too stupid.

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    I think for the most part people who learn about Socionics do so to determine WHY they and others behave the way they do.
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    Peter is trying to stop me from being an "attention whore" by insulting me.

    This thread is a joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by discojoe
    Well by this logic, I guess Sara can't be INTp: She's far too stupid.
    INTps can be stupid, as long as they're still using their logic>ethic, and take things in via intuition>sensing.

    (when I saw that intuitive take things in through "intuition", and sensors take things in through "sensing", I don't really mean it in the dictionary definition. It's more like sensors take things in like they are looking straight ahead of themselves, covering about 80 degrees in front of their face, while seeing about 95% of everything in that view clearly. Intuitives are more cross-eyed. They have one eye going one way, and another going another way, so they are covering a larger view at one time, maybe 100 degrees across, but everything within that view isn't as clear, and they miss a certain percent the sensor doesn't miss.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    Intuitives are more cross-eyed.
    That should make them easy to spot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    Quote Originally Posted by discojoe
    Well by this logic, I guess Sara can't be INTp: She's far too stupid.
    INTps can be stupid, as long as they're still using their logic>ethic, and take things in via intuition>sensing.

    (when I saw that intuitive take things in through "intuition", and sensors take things in through "sensing", I don't really mean it in the dictionary definition. It's more like sensors take things in like they are looking straight ahead of themselves, covering about 80 degrees in front of their face, while seeing about 95% of everything in that view clearly. Intuitives are more cross-eyed. They have one eye going one way, and another going another way, so they are covering a larger view at one time, maybe 100 degrees across, but everything within that view isn't as clear, and they miss a certain percent the sensor doesn't miss.)


    I'm not stupid damn you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    Intuitives are more cross-eyed. They have one eye going one way, and another going another way, so they are covering a larger view at one time, maybe 100 degrees across, but everything within that view isn't as clear, and they miss a certain percent the sensor doesn't miss.
    WHAT?! *raises an eyebrow and does best to refrain from cracking up*
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    Come on guys, you know it's true.
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    I am not cross eyed... shifty eyed maybe... but NOT cross eyed.

    I don't so much just take it all in and process it all later... I am processing everything, just not on a fully conscious level. It's like being in a croweded restaurant. You're hearing all of the conversations at once, but not paying attention to all of them. However, you may choose to focus in on one of the conversations if it catches your attention for whatever reason. I think this is partially why I complain that my head is so noisy...

    A bit off the subject... I am also VERY good at following many conversations at once. As a bartender I used this skill quite a bit... knowing that this lady needs change for the pool table, that couple wants to know what time we open tomorrow, that guy on the end dropped his straw and wants a new one, the lady at the other end wants another lemon for her drink, 4 people just walked through the door and 3 of them will need to be carded, that group wants to order two sausage and mushroom pizzas, and two groups want another round... and yes, I remember what is in wach of those rounds... hehe this is my ADD/xNxp super power... divergent thinking...
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    Quote Originally Posted by discojoe
    Well by this logic, I guess Sara can't be INTp: She's far too stupid.
    I was joking too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana
    How about this, tell me if this is accurate.

    Intuitives take it all in, noticing little while it happens, but processing it all later.

    Sensors process it while they are taking it in.

    Whatta ya think? True, or no?
    That's Extravert/Introvert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy
    I am not cross eyed... shifty eyed maybe... but NOT cross eyed.

    I don't so much just take it all in and process it all later... I am processing everything, just not on a fully conscious level. It's like being in a croweded restaurant. You're hearing all of the conversations at once, but not paying attention to all of them. However, you may choose to focus in on one of the conversations if it catches your attention for whatever reason. I think this is partially why I complain that my head is so noisy...

    A bit off the subject... I am also VERY good at following many conversations at once. As a bartender I used this skill quite a bit... knowing that this lady needs change for the pool table, that couple wants to know what time we open tomorrow, that guy on the end dropped his straw and wants a new one, the lady at the other end wants another lemon for her drink, 4 people just walked through the door and 3 of them will need to be carded, that group wants to order two sausage and mushroom pizzas, and two groups want another round... and yes, I remember what is in wach of those rounds... hehe this is my ADD/xNxp super power... divergent thinking...
    I can multitask like that too... until I realize I'm doing it. Self-consciousness is humorous.

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    Yeah, if I try to do it, it's not as easy. Bartending on a really busy night is the perfect time to push these skills to the max though... no time to be self-conscious!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy
    Yeah, if I try to do it, it's not as easy. Bartending on a really busy night is the perfect time to push these skills to the max though... no time to be self-conscious!
    You're frikkin awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana
    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    Quote Originally Posted by Diana
    How about this, tell me if this is accurate.

    Intuitives take it all in, noticing little while it happens, but processing it all later.

    Sensors process it while they are taking it in.

    Whatta ya think? True, or no?
    That's Extravert/Introvert.
    Okay, could you explain your cross-eyed thing again, but a different way?
    Sensors take things in from more of a "zoomed in" perspective, while Intuitives views things from a "zoomed out" perspective. That means that a Sensor might be able to look at and see things more clearly, but get more of a tunnel vision, whearas an Intuitive might be considering other options, but view everything in a much more vague way which makes it harder for him to pick things apart.
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    Sorta. Si and Se are different/Ni and Ne are different-- in theory.

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    shouldn't this thread be in the "general" section?
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    Well.. it started out as a thread about you and your type. Now it is... eh. Not.

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    I don't care if it's about me

    but to answer the question... I question everything, especially always wanting to know WHY. I also never believe what my eyes tell me or what I hear. I wouldn't be so foolish as to trust in the illusion of "reality".
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    Totally, except I call it the media.
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    yes, that is the concept

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    I don't trust the media, either.
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