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This is a discussion on MBTI type and anger within the Myers Briggs Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; Originally Posted by Sven The Returned Lol You're joking, right? For one, this is the Myers-Briggs sub-forum and so I ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sven The Returned View Post
    Lol You're joking, right?

    For one, this is the Myers-Briggs sub-forum and so I don't understand why you're typing her according to Socionics.

    Secondly, Judge Judy is without a doubt, a legendary Te+Si battering ram. She's so clearly an ESTJ on steroids that she's one of the few celebs routinely typed correctly by almost everyone. She judges cases (and everything else) according to how they line up against externalized, objective criteria (e.g., THE LAW), aided by her brain's storage, categorization and recollection of a shit ton of tedious, mind numbing details related to the law and personal experiences of what's tried and true and has worked before. In other words, Te+Si. And Te+Si stereotypically doing what it does best > upholding and enforcing the rules!
    A lot of people thinking something is right, does not make something right. This is appeal to popular belief.

    I used to think Te was about enforcing rules and being hardassy/"dry", but is it really? Te wants to be efficient. What is efficient goes against the rules often. Ti seeks principles, and rules are a bunch of principles. Rules are static, Te is dynamic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aiwass View Post
    A lot of people thinking something is right, does not make something right. This is appeal to popular belief.
    I know that. I'm also a dominant Te user and deferring (within reason) to the general consensus concerning objective data is pretty much what Te does. But rest assured, Ti is always subconsciously working in the background, making sure the reasons and logic underpinning Te conclusions are consistent.

    That being the case, concerning Judge Judy, you are simply wrong .

    Quote Originally Posted by Aiwass View Post
    I used to think Te was about enforcing rules and being hardassy/"dry", but is it really? Te wants to be efficient. What is efficient goes against the rules often. Ti seeks principles, and rules are a bunch of principles. Rules are static, Te is dynamic.
    Notice I said that Te+Si is stereotypically concerned with "upholding and enforcing the rules." Si adheres to preserving and relaying concrete, practical, existing and well established facts, values, systems, structures, traditions, etc.... Moreover, it is partial to recalling memories and past experiences when looking towards the future, which is what makes it "traditionalist" and "conservative" in its orientation and worldview. Te is more oriented towards regulating external systems, and thusly, Te+Si efficiently solves problems and makes judgments by way of internally accessing pre-established, proven data, guidelines, methods and past experiences...which is what Judge Judy does.

    Te appreciates rules in so much as it seeks structure and order and rules can provide that. But Te+Ni adheres to the rules so long as that's the most efficient, logical thing to do and there isn't a better alternative or pressing reason to do otherwise (in procuring a certain outcome).

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    Which types would be more likely to lash out and feel an urge to throw anything that is around them when angry?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crystal Winter Dream View Post

    1. Do you think the way someone expresses anger or what makes them angry can help define their type?
    No.

    3. If you could pick, what kind of things usually anger certain types in your opinion?
    Whatever make(s) the person angry.
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    ISFP

    1. Do you think the way someone expresses anger or what makes them angry can help define their type?
    No, best bet is knowing Fi or Fe is in their stack, which is it.

    2. What types do you feel are easiest to anger?
    Feelers I assume.

    3. If you could pick, what kind of things usually anger certain types in your opinion?
    Depends on the person. This does not go by type.

    4. How does a type usually look in anger? Te slaps or INFJ Doorslams?
    Same answer as 3. There are people who look calm when being mad and there are people who look like first class serial killers once they get mad. And they might even be the same type.

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    ESTP

    Quote Originally Posted by Aiwass View Post
    My experiences tell me Fe is the most obnoxious, loud function when it is very angry. ENFJs can totally explode on you. Te is more likely to not care too much about stuff. STPs can have an intense relationship with anger as well.
    And as an STP, I'm proud of my anger when it happens. It provides a needed adrenaline rush sometimes to overcome laziness.
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