How do your cognitive functions communicate with each other?
I really liked the post below so I'd like to see more of it from you all.
1. Post up your type
2. List your cognitive functions order
3. Role-play a conversation between them in one scenario of your choice (so this thread won't get too long).
Suggestions for scenarios:
Solving a problem
Seeing an extremely attractive person
Finding out something absolutely terrible about someone you really care about
(The guy below is an INTJ btw)
EVENT OCCURS REQUIRING INFORMATION RECALL
Ni: Here's what it is, bud, and here's the answer.
Te: Hold up, Ni, you're full of shit.
Fi: I want a cookie.
Si: Te, here's some info!
Te: Thanks. Now, Ni, you see, based on this condition, you're wrong. So, we'll do this...
Se: Uh-oh guys, that was the wrong answer.
Ni: Should've listened to me, punk!
Te: Cram it Ni. Si, why the hell did you tell me that?
Si: I'm sorry Te, I just kinda remembered the answer I read a few weeks ago, and uh... uh...
EVENT OCCURS REQUIRING PROBLEM-SOLVING
Note: The creepy guy is a small vacuum that 'creeps' around the bottom of the pool and picks up leaves.
You'll understand this dialogue better if you know about pool maintenance.
Se: Uh-oh guys, the pool pump won't prime. There's a clacking sound from the blades.
Ni: Hmm.. It seems that for some reason, the air trapped in the pump filter basket won't flow through to the DE filter, as that clacking is air cavitation on the blades, because I know they aren't broken.
Te: Let's check the area and see what's going on, I don't have enough info to make a decision. Come on, Se.
Fi: C'mon guys, I really want a cookie.
Ni: Fuck off.
Se: Well, the creepy guy is in working order, but it's moving very slowly.
Ni: Si told me that it was working yesterday.
Ni: It's spring, that thing must be full of tons of junk.
Se: There's a dead lizard clogging the filter.
Te: Let's take care of it, then.
*Dead lizard removed, Fi allowed time to lament on poor cutesy lizardy*
Se: The creepy guy is still working slowly.
Te: Let's check the other filters.
Se: They're clear.
Te: Alright, let's go back to the pump.
Se: It's full of leaves.
Te: Get rid of them.
Se: Creepy guy is still going slowly.
Te: Ok, Ni said that the air is causing cavitation. Let's check the couplings for air leaks and the leaf port for air leaks as well.
Ni: Right on, Se told me that the threading is coarse on the hook-ups, and that would make sense as a problem.
*Couplings and cap undone*
Ni: Hey, before you put them back on, throw some Vaseline on there for a better seal.
*Couplings and cap replaced*
Te: Alright, what's up here?
Se: Creepy guy is still moving slowly.
Te: Damn. Must not be the seals. The vaseline was a good idea, though. Is the air still in there? It's not coming out is it?
Ni: I've got a hunch... Get that basket port back off.
Se: It looks like this: etc...
Ni: What's that straw thingy on the side of the basket there?
Te: Yeah, what is that?
Se: It looks like it goes from the top to the pump intake.
Ni: Well golly gee shucks, the air is at the top.
Te: I bet that straw provides a quick port for the air to get sucked out of the basket cavity.
Se: The bottom of the straw is sealed in its mount in the basket.
Te: Well, flip it around, the other end is angled, so the air should be able to go through the pump.
*action performed. Pump re-started*
Se: It works guys.
Fi: Holy crap! Good job guys! Can we go get a cookie now?
*Fi strangles Te, commands body to consume cookie*