There is this one guy at work that inspires this emotion.
Nohas strong Fe been cognitively correlated
The emotions of embarrassment and empathy have.
The mode of goodness conditions one to happiness, passion conditions him to the fruits of action, and ignorance to madness.
Chapter 14, Verse 9.
The Bhagavad Gita
So positive Fe has been correlated?
A function is a mathematical equation. You prove it exists using mathematics.
I"m vicariously embarassed right now but I don't think it's what you had in mind.
Pre-2013 post are written with incomplete understanding.
It's fun to play games with other people's empathy. Well, it isn't fun for the audience but the writer sure does get a kick out of it! They earn way too much money to really feel guilty or to give a shit, though. But maybe they do feel bad hehe. I think it's one of those things where "Oh we know guilt and empathy are so damn morally good and proper, so let's have fun kicking them both in the nads." Nobody can really resist that temptation. Especially not writers.
Hollywood narc is always fun to make fun of.
I'm not sure there isn't any hollywood show out right now that doesn't do this... Too much tv watching is in fact bad for the brain yo.
n0ki: If it weren't for faggy civilization, people like me and bnd would be totally dead by now.
i can't stand those movies that revolve around getting humor out of the protaganist being humiliated. like meet the parents OMFG...i have to hide my eyes more when i watch that than when i see any horror movie. its totally excruciating.
the office doesn't bother me though for some reason. probably because michael reminds me of enough people i've disliked that i have no pity.
hmm interesting. I can't watch the office and on numerous times have I stopped watching or skipped parts of movies with embarrassing elements. I hope strong empathy doesn't require strong Fe, it would fuck up my self typing.
this should be an easy test for Fe then
Try again, with the master: Dr. Sphincter:
LMAO, heres another one
lol at her giant face zoom
What is this conversation.
I don't understand.. I'm supposed to feel embarassed for Zach G and Gaylord Focker?
I don't think they're good tests because I know there's a lot of scripting involved.. and it's well executed. Sascha Baron Cohen's stuff otoh is more cringeworthy, I guess.
Most of the time, my vicarious empathy comes out when seeing violence/pain. Not these kind of social screwups. I'm not sure if that's type related, but whatever.
I experience vicarious embarrassment frequently, so I don't know.
It's more in real-life than in media. Except for with Curb Your Enthusiasm. God, that show is stressful. Maybe that's something else, though.
what i get is more like vicarious anxiety. there was an episode of Different Strokes where Willas got busted smoking pot. even as a little kid the anxiety was too much to bear watching it.