What are they like? They seem rather fascinating to me. I met a few that I suspected were TP types but because of social norms you always wonder if they are feelers.
Theme Park females are dangerous. They figure out what people's desires are, then construct a fantastic addictive ride for them. You will not be allowed close to one unless you're over the age of 14 or accompanied by a parent. Please don't bother breaking the rules. There are security cameras.Do you know any TP women?
IRL, I don't show Ti openly unless it's in a work situation. Mostly, it's a private thing - I know what I think, believe, the algorithms I create for my life, my analysis, etc. I use those things to decide how to interact with my world. I rarely need those things validated (note: rarely, not never). I display it much more often when I'm helping someone solve a problem.I met a few that I suspected were TP types but because of social norms you always wonder if they are feelers.
Maybe she's an ESFP. An INFJ friend of mine tries to answer T-like on those tests because she wants to be seen more like her boyfriend and myself.Interestingly, my ESTP sister tested as ESFP. I think there's pressure for women to give the more 'feeling-like' answers and for men to give the more 'thinking-like' answers to tests. It doesn't change their type though, just their behaviour.
I know my sister pretty well. I watched as she filled in the test and noted all the points where I thought the test might screw up her type. We also went over the type descriptions and when she read the ESFP she said that it wasn't very accurate. Then I made her read the ESTP one, that I already thought would be her type and she confirmed that it fit her very well. Now, the type descriptions aren't great, but the ESTP one fit her well enough that I don't doubt it.Maybe she's an ESFP. An INFJ friend of mine tries to answer T-like on those tests because she wants to be seen more like her boyfriend and myself.
A close friend of mine is an ENTP.. We know each other for six years now so if you have any questions about what she's like feel free to ask
In general, I think she fits the ENTP stereotype quite well. She's rather loud, laughs often and talk a lot about everything... If I say everything, I mean EVERYTHING. She can talk about cookie crumbs in one second and about quantum physics in the next. Also, she is very good at debating and if she starts an argument, she almost always wins. In all the time I've known her, I have won about three out of many discussions I had with her. Something in the way she argues makes you forget all your the points you had, leaving you no choice but to agree with her
She's very intelligent - she rarely gets other grades than A and B..... But without studying. She never studies and is too lazy to do anything that bores her (and many things bore her) so she just doesn't study and doesn't care for school but somehow always gets away with that.
Many people tell her that she's cold-hearted or that they can't imagine she actually has feelings... Which is a bit frustrating to her.. But I can see why people think that . She really doesn't show many emotions and has logical reasons for everything.
Irrationality and stupidity make her REALLY upset.
Also she's very confident and autonomic.
So in conclusion... I'd descirbe her as intelligent, rational, imaginative, creative, a bit cold, talkative, energetic, active, maybe a bit intolerant sometimes (especially torwards other people's opinions), persuasive, confident and careless