I find most people boring.
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I find most people boring.
Boring? That is not the word that immediately struck me in consideration of SFs. "Invested" is, I think, the word that perhaps I was looking for. There is most certainly a method to their madness; the only problem is that I'm way too fucking lazy to go picking apart every single one I come across.
I see flashes of things in them that interest me, but not particularly any more or less than your average human on the street. Shit, I find other ENTPs boring more regularly than I'd like to admit, and I include myself in that statement.
If you're bored with others, I suggest that you look inward and wonder that maybe they find you equally boring as well.
Everyone that comes on here assuming that simply asserting that they're interesting just because they type N on a test does not make them interesting or indicate that they have anything actually interesting to say. A lot of iNtuitive noobs draw more attention to how they perceive themselves to interesting instead of actually showing it any meaningful way.
Good luck dude. But this shit about "interesting" Ns and "boring S's" is indeed ... boring.
I think SFJ are some of the most loyal people I have known who have tried to do their best throughout life. Get out of your mamas basement son you’re bored
He wasn't saying "S-types are boring! Am I right or what, guys?"
I believe he was looking to obtain insight as to whether or not other people of his type share the same sentiment when interacting with the type he's specifying.
In such an attempt, he will actually see how interactions differ from person to person regardless of type.
Don't you think that jumping to such assumptions about what he's thinking and insulting him before asking him to make sure first is a bit too aggressive?
Maybe there are other indicators, but since he's wrong about one trait, then it raises the question of his ability to type people in the first place. Lots of noobs to the system are essentially trying to make sense of a system and are more prone to stereotyping than actual analysis of cognitive processes - and I don't see anything different here to assume there was anything else going on.
If at least one trait is being misapplied so one has to wonder how many other traits this person has misapplied in his typing methodology. If his typology is exclusively trait based, then he's already doing it wrong - and this goes for most other people as well.See above. There wasn't much depth in his post therefore reasonable assumptions can be made. If they're wrong, then let's see it.He wasn't saying "S-types are boring! Am I right or what, guys?"Well, then here's hoping he changes his mind after the responses he gets and gives us an update about his updated thoughts.I believe he was looking to obtain insight as to whether or not other people of his type share the same sentiment when interacting with the type he's specifying.I don't have the time or patience to molly-coddle people who indicate obvious biases based on stereotypes.Don't you think that jumping to such assumptions about what he's thinking and insulting him before asking him to make sure first is a bit too aggressive?
I'm going to take the dreaded middle of the road position here and say that both @Reap and @ANAXEL are correct in their assessment. Let's look at the tape:
Okay, no harm no foul.
One could also argue that this is a poorly worded post without the necessary attendant punctuation to convey the OP's point in a non-malicious fashion.
In a cursory glance the post would appear to imply an answer to the thread's title, "Do you find sensing feeling types boring?" Read: (cursory translation) Yes, I'm just not sure which aspect about them is most boring to me: the banal drivel they exude from their boring word orifice or their resting boring face they.
Now, given that many are not likely to waste as much time as I did dissecting this whole thing I would tend to side with @Reap since a quick glance is all that most people are going to have of this ridiculousness, and all it amounts to is low-grade trolling of our SF neighbors.
I still, however, need someone to tell me what the fuck "molly-coddling" is ;-).
Yeah. Click-bait nonsense is click-bait nonsense and that applies lazy thread titles as much as it does to lazy newspaper articles.
Here's a little bit of inside info into how I do things. I will open up with a salvo based on my initial gut read - and sometimes it's wrong when it comes to assigning motive - but I'm willing to work through over time and see if things can align over the rest of the interactions.
@Reap isn't a salvo a bit too dangerous to open up on an initial gut read (honest question, not ill intended)?
I usually get several gut reads from someone's possible intentions so what I end up doing is mounting snipers who are ready to fire once I give the order since if the person ends up being innocent I feel responsible to fix the damage done without cause. I have misfired before, of course, and some times I have failed to fire when I should have.
What's been your experience?