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    Default New SLI here (or maybe LSE)

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    SLI is my initial self-typing.

    Whichever I am, hi Delta.
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    hi

    lol so which one do you relate to?

    Logical-sensoric extraverts (LSE) are good at telling apart important and secondary. As any logical type, they hate rush, fuss and nervousness. They’re business-like, focused, consistent. They’re also reasonable in estimation of their own abilities.

    LSE have good taste and are also good at handwork, which usuually results in a combination of beauty and functionality.

    LSE’s drawback is their tendency to stability and predictability, which may show in conservatism and lack of foresight. Despite their extraversion, LSE aren’t inclined to start new relationships, following the principle “Old friends and old wine are best.” If they’re unsatisfied with their family life, they’d still rarely choose solitude.


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    Sensoric-logical introverts (SLI) prefer a bird in hand to two in the bush. With a talent in everything related to handwork, they’re just so good in creating comfort in their everyday life. They like expensive clothes showing their high status.

    SLI’s weaknesses are ethics of emotions and intuition of time.

    Very vulnerable and secretly afraid of being misunderstood, they prefer to hide their true attitude to others. However, if humiliated in public, they can lose their temper and burst into tears and/or shout at the offender. SLI remember even the smallest offence and can break a relationship after a serious quarrel.

    SLI’s weak intuition of time shows in their desire to plan everything in advance. Excessively conservative and cautious, they’ll never make a final decision without a thorough and detailed analysis.

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    Hey, happy happy joy joy I don't know.

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    I don't know, @Maritsa. Both resonate. I lean toward SLI, but can sometimes be more "intense" (others' word) which among other things makes me consider LSE. I don't know that I'm so bad with Ni, but I don't care about Fe at all, as long as the people I care about get me.

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    Hmm, this can be entertaining. Wonder how you get the people you care about to get you.

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    What do you mean, @Absurd? There's nothing special about that, I expect. They get me because they know me.

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    Oh. I misread them. It was more akin to "how do you get the people you care about to get you?"

    ...

    Anyhow, relax and let the spicy delta sauce run through your veins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WintertimeJoy View Post
    I don't know, @Maritsa. Both resonate. I lean toward SLI, but can sometimes be more "intense" (others' word) which among other things makes me consider LSE. I don't know that I'm so bad with Ni, but I don't care about Fe at all, as long as the people I care about get me.
    The differences are this:

    which do you put first Si or Te?

    Si-your own pleasure, sensations
    Te-watching things in action

    LSE are more active and less lazy than SLI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa View Post
    The differences are this:

    which do you put first Si or Te?
    Yea, which do you put on your foot first? Sock or shoe?

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    Nah, just answer one question: are you lazy as a fat cat on a sunny day?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WintertimeJoy View Post
    I don't know, @Maritsa. Both resonate. I lean toward SLI, but can sometimes be more "intense" (others' word) which among other things makes me consider LSE. I don't know that I'm so bad with Ni, but I don't care about Fe at all, as long as the people I care about get me.
    Maybe you're Te-SLI? They seem a lot like LSEs to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikemex View Post
    Nah, just answer one question: are you lazy as a fat cat on a sunny day?
    lol

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    When you're bad with Ni, you're bad and you know it

    Here's my very bad Se...I can look at the same color a million times and still can't register it. I'll never know what it matches with

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    Who needs to keep track of what goes with what, just slap it together and see if it looks right.

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