1. ## The Egg exercise

I found the article that explains how the 8 functions came to be and I wanna make sure I get it.

So here is the experiment: I wanna make a statement from each function about eggs.

The egg is round.
The egg is fragile, it can break. (Maybe just: The egg can break. But I'm worried this statement isn't static.)
The egg is rollin.

The egg is getting bigger.
I am liking eggs more and more.
The egg is big (compared to a regular egg)
I like eggs.

Discuss.

2. I keep reading it, but it's definitely going way over my head every time.

3. i submit:
YOU CAN TOTALLY BALANCE AN EGG ON END AT THE SPRING EQUINOX

what function did i use?

4. No.

5. YOU CAN TOTALLY BALANCE AN EGG ON END AT THE SPRING EQUINOX
Well, this statement is taking about the relationship between the egg and the equinox so it is introvert.
I guess this would be dynamic more then static.
And it's something that you can see with your own eyes, so explicit.
So this statement would be by those standards.

6. The changing from one state to another.

7. I like eggs.

I sometimes find them interesting looking. That's static. What's interesting is that they come in all kinds of shapes and sizes. That's The spotted ones, to me are the most interesting of all; I wonder how they taste.

Where Se apprehends the egg..."it's round" just as it is; Ne looks at the aspects beyond just round, that they can exist in many forms and the possibility of a different taste makes me want to go explore eggs, better yet, it makes me ask if someone will go explore them with me.

8. Originally Posted by labster
i submit:
YOU CAN TOTALLY BALANCE AN EGG ON END AT THE SPRING EQUINOX

what function did i use?
Some kind of action.

9. The egg is a chicken and an omlette at the same time.

No, seriously, I totally don't get some of those.

10. Originally Posted by Aiss
The egg is a chicken and an omlette at the same time.

No, seriously, I totally don't get some of those.
Static, evident and relationship, so I guess.

11. I was going for Ne - static, potential and state, but it's good to see socionics is as unpredictable as ever.

12. Originally Posted by Destroypuppy
I found the article that explains how the 8 functions came to be and I wanna make sure I get it.

So here is the experiment: I wanna make a statement from each function about eggs.

The egg is round.
The egg is fragile, it can break. (Maybe just: The egg can break. But I'm worried this statement isn't static.)
The egg is rollin.
The egg can roll. (Not sure about this one.) There should be an emotion expressed under extroverted feeling

The egg is getting bigger. There should be an sensation here, like warm, cold etc.
I am liking eggs more and more. "Eggs... *thinks about everything that has a connection to eggs*
The egg is big (compared to a regular egg) "Eggs... *explains all the details, or complexities if you may about eggs in a particular universe, not necessarily ours.
I like eggs. this is d!

Discuss.

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