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    I've known two lazy LSE so I'm thinking while LSE have the capability of working 19 hours that don't have to if there's no work and they can sink into patterns that are lazy. What do you think?

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    Any type can be lazy. Indeed, indolence has a divine quality to it.

    Why do you ask?





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    I agree that LSE people can be lazy and this negates the idea that SLI are inherently lazy.

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    I just wonder how many times we've considered someone who says that they are lazy an Si ego by default. I also wanted to raise this to clarify a difference in what Jung refers to as outward movement of the libido. Spacific example of this is a few nights ago I stayed over at my LSE and I jumped out of bed to head to the door he said "going to pee?" I thought, while most people find this funny, Te. Scrams of Te base. Not that I'm trying to type him but outward observation of action and estimation by removal of variables instantaneously. Why else would I approach the door that fast? If he were Si base he'd maybe thinking of some thing in his mind. I'm raising this to think about a possible typing question(s) to understand and differentiate without having people talk about whether they like war and why, which does not work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa View Post
    I just wonder how many times we've considered someone who says that they are lazy an Si ego by default. I also wanted to raise this to clarify a difference in what Jung refers to as outward movement of the libido.
    I never took it into account, but I no doubt had some disagreements with others who said I was talking nonesense because of it.

    Words has always been ahead of his time, yet so far back, heh.

    Spacific example of this is a few nights ago I stayed over at my LSE and I jumped out of bed to head to the door he said "going to pee?" I thought, while most people find this funny, Te. Scrams of Te base. Not that I'm trying to type him but outward observation of action and estimation by removal of variables instantaneously. Why else would I approach the door that fast? If he were Si base he'd maybe thinking of some thing in his mind. I'm raising this to think about a possible typing question(s) to understand and differentiate without having people talk about whether they like war and why, which does not work.
    I will say I am out my depth on this one until I get some inspiration, or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa View Post
    Spacific example of this is a few nights ago I stayed over at my LSE and I jumped out of bed to head to the door he said "going to pee?" I thought, while most people find this funny, Te. Scrams of Te base. Not that I'm trying to type him but outward observation of action and estimation by removal of variables instantaneously. Why else would I approach the door that fast? If he were Si base he'd maybe thinking of some thing in his mind. I'm raising this to think about a possible typing question(s) to understand and differentiate without having people talk about whether they like war and why, which does not work.
    I see.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Waster View Post
    I see.
    You're SLI. Let's say your gf is in the bedroom and dashes for the door. What are you saying or thinking at that moment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa View Post
    You're SLI. Let's say your gf is in the bedroom and dashes for the door. What are you saying or thinking at that moment?
    Am I in bed asleep when this happens or wide awake?





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    Quote Originally Posted by Waster View Post
    Am I in bed asleep when this happens or wide awake?
    Awake

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa View Post
    Awake
    I'd think to myself 'that's strange'. Proceed to do nothing.

    When/if she returns ask her why she left in such a hurry.

    OR

    I'd think to myself 'that's strange'. Proceed to follow her because I'm curious and playful.

    50/50.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Waster View Post
    I'd think to myself 'that's strange'. Proceed to do nothing.

    When/if she returns ask her why she left in such a hurry.

    OR

    I'd think to myself 'that's strange'. Proceed to follow her because I'm curious and playful.

    50/50.
    That makes sense. While you're observing the movement you're not really doing Te first which is compartmentalizing the action. The strangeness of the movement may be because of it's sudden intensity causing feelings to you, possibly (?)

    I'm thinking of a question to ask that would give a better picture of the two now.

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    With regard to "lazy LSE" you can still watch and be super observant of actions sitting on your ass or laying in bed. Not feeling like doing something could be from genuine tiredness, emotional stress, any number of things but it doesn't mean that LSE can shut the observation part off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa View Post
    The strangeness of the movement may be because of it's sudden intensity causing feelings to you, possibly (?)
    I don't know about feelings, but it seems kind of odd for her to rush to the door without obvious reason.





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    LSE fixes the sink, replaces shitty hose, thinks about making a sandwhich but doesnt and instead watches an episode of survivor before going to his second job.
    -Typical lazy LSE day.
    I would say that ethically you are still supposed to act as if you have unilateral responsibility; but simultaneously you have to be able to see the other as a fully autonomous, free, aware person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waster View Post
    I don't know about feelings, but it seems kind of odd for her to rush to the door without obvious reason.
    So maybe the key is in the "reasons" which maybe a way of judging

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    As much as SLI are pure awesomeness, their wait and see habits drive me bonkers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa View Post
    So maybe the key is in the "reasons" which maybe a way of judging
    I'd look at it from a logical standpoint, yeah.

    Quote Originally Posted by wacey View Post
    As much as SLI are pure awesomeness, their wait and see habits drive me bonkers.
    What type are you?





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    Depends on who you ask around here, no joke. Myself? not entirely sure.
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    By now you'll have came back to bed and went to sleep Maritsa

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    Oh, I can be very lazy for long periods of time. It's more often than not a restless laziness though, not a content laziness. I think sometimes there's a physical cause though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Words View Post
    By now you'll have came back to bed and went to sleep Maritsa
    What?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa View Post
    What?
    It was taking a long time to get your answer, by the time people had figured out what you were doing you'd have came back

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    I am not lazy

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlaxSeed View Post
    I am not lazy
    I don't want it to seem like lse are unproductive which certainly they are. I am saying that going by what they feel like doing that sometimes they would rather ditch the choirs. How about that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa View Post
    I don't want it to seem like lse are unproductive which certainly they are. I am saying that going by what they feel like doing that sometimes they would rather ditch the choirs. How about that?
    He is just one LSE Maritsa not them all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Words View Post
    He is just one LSE Maritsa not them all
    True

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa View Post
    I don't want it to seem like lse are unproductive which certainly they are. I am saying that going by what they feel like doing that sometimes they would rather ditch the choirs. How about that?
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    I think what Maritsa means is that while LSEs aren't unproductive per se, but that compared to a seasoned SLI such as myself, who has mastered the ability not to waste time in vain, pursuing useless tasks and people, one might under a certain unsavoury light mistake the humble LSE as a worthless and unremunerative lout.
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    Maybe I'm SLI after all. (I think it's just about being a C subtype though.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy View Post
    typo?
    Yes. I meant that they are productive

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    Quote Originally Posted by William View Post
    Of the LSEs I know, when they unwind & relax, they seem to have a tendency to drink beer moreso than other types I know. I think there's a slight attraction for them to still be 'doing something' even when they're trying to relax, so they like the idea of 'drinking beer' as an action to symbolize their decision to relax.
    Yes, my LSE-Te brother can't seem to relax without drinking or listening to music. Whereas I can pretty much just flop around on my bed doing nothing.

    I told him once he doesn't know how to relax. \o/





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    Quote Originally Posted by Waster View Post
    Yes, my LSE-Te brother can't seem to relax without drinking or listening to music. Whereas I can pretty much just flop around on my bed doing nothing.

    I told him once he doesn't know how to relax. \o/
    Do you not get restless?

    Relaxing to me is doing something relaxing, doing nothing is like torture lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Words View Post
    Do you not get restless?

    Relaxing to me is doing something relaxing, doing nothing is like torture lol
    Nope. On the contrary, feeling like I have to do something while relaxing is torturous for me when I become aware of it.





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    My LSE can be TOTALLY LAZY which drives me nuts. He can just sit in front of TV/computer drinking beer (yes, that's true!) while I'm doing all the tasks. When I ask him to do sth he will say "tomorrow" or "not now". It's really annoying, there's so much to do with a little baby at home. When I ask him about it he says with a smile that he's not "doing nothing" he's planning things he has to do at work.
    If he has do wash his things he'll do it on Sunday at midnight and then turn all the radiators on to have them dry in the morning. It sounds funny but it really isn't. Good thing is that he's rather relaxed so when I'm getting angry it is at least calming me down a bit.
    My answer is DEFINITELY YES. But mine is LSE- Si so I'm sometimes wondering if I'm not more rational than he is - his rationality has never been an issue in our relationship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ver View Post
    My LSE can be TOTALLY LAZY which drives me nuts. He can just sit in front of TV/computer drinking beer (yes, that's true!) while I'm doing all the tasks. When I ask him to do sth he will say "tomorrow" or "not now". It's really annoying, there's so much to do with a little baby at home. When I ask him about it he says with a smile that he's not "doing nothing" he's planning things he has to do at work.
    If he has do wash his things he'll do it on Sunday at midnight and then turn all the radiators on to have them dry in the morning. It sounds funny but it really isn't. Good thing is that he's rather relaxed so when I'm getting angry it is at least calming me down a bit.
    My answer is DEFINITELY YES. But mine is LSE- Si so I'm sometimes wondering if I'm not more rational than he is - his rationality has never been an issue in our relationship.
    Ver, have you read up on what it means to activate someones Si? I feel that you're often frustrated, resentful, and incompatible with your husband. What LSE do well is not being bossed aroud first and foremost. Secondly, they can take on tasks and lastly why arent you doinf any Si? I often wonder if you're SEE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ver View Post
    My LSE can be TOTALLY LAZY which drives me nuts. He can just sit in front of TV/computer drinking beer (yes, that's true!) while I'm doing all the tasks. When I ask him to do sth he will say "tomorrow" or "not now". It's really annoying, there's so much to do with a little baby at home. When I ask him about it he says with a smile that he's not "doing nothing" he's planning things he has to do at work.
    If he has do wash his things he'll do it on Sunday at midnight and then turn all the radiators on to have them dry in the morning. It sounds funny but it really isn't. Good thing is that he's rather relaxed so when I'm getting angry it is at least calming me down a bit.
    My answer is DEFINITELY YES. But mine is LSE- Si so I'm sometimes wondering if I'm not more rational than he is - his rationality has never been an issue in our relationship.
    What you are describing with your husband is relations of benefit....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa View Post
    Ver, have you read up on what it means to activate someones Si? I feel that you're often frustrated, resentful, and incompatible with your husband. What LSE do well is not being bossed aroud first and foremost. Secondly, they can take on tasks and lastly why arent you doinf any Si? I often wonder if you're SEE
    Hm, I don't feel incompatible with him - just the opposite. What do you mean by: why aren't you doing any Si? If I understand you correctly, you ask me whether we connect on Si/Ne. My answer is yes of course, in a lot a lot of ways. When it comes you you saying I'm SEE I know you didn't mean it but it sounded a bit like an accusation to me . I just don't like being around Se leading people for longer periods of time and I wouldn't like to be one.
    However, I'm wondering what's your reasoning because it must be based on my vibe or something I've written, or maybe VI? I'm open to answer your questions if you want to retype me However, I highly I doubt I could change my opinion on my typing. There were Times I somehow hoped I was a different type (especially when I was in incompatible relationships) but this one seem to fit the most. And I learned to like it . And I feel it's appreciated in my current relationship - just the way I am - my partner seems to accept or even not notice all of the things I used to hate about myself

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