Her: We got a lot more snow than you.
Me: How do you know? You haven't been out here.
Her: We have tons of snow.
Me: Well we don't have tons. How much did you get?
Her: I don't know exactly but at least a couple of feet.
Me: Oh, well that is a lot. Let me check to see just how much your town got.
Me: According to the meterologist, your town got 11 inches and my town got 13 inches.
Her: That isn't right. We got lots more snow than you.
Me: Well we must have gotten within a couple inches of the same amount anyway. Nobody got more than about 14 inches.
Her: We got lots more than 14 inches. It's up to 3 feet in some places.
Me: We they don't count snow drifts when they figure how much snow you got. We have areas drifted up over 3 feet too.
Her: We got lots more than 11 inches.
OK so what the heck? Is this a competition over how much snow we got? And why would she think she has way more than was measured? This conversation confuses me. Weak Se, weak Te, but specifics? I'm pretty sure I know her type but I don't want to influence anyone as to what might be going on function-wise here, so I won't say yet. I could be convinced that I'm wrong about her type.