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  • SI

    5 83.33%
  • Se

    0 0%
  • Ni

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  • Ne

    0 0%
  • Ti

    1 16.67%
  • Te

    0 0%
  • Fi

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This is a discussion on Dominant Function within the What's my personality type? forums, part of the Personality Cafe category; I can definitely identify myself more with ISFJ's as opposed to ESFJ's. I'll dish out more examples when I'll spot ...

  1. #11

    I can definitely identify myself more with ISFJ's as opposed to ESFJ's. I'll dish out more examples when I'll spot some situations with me using whichever functions clearly

  2. #12

    Quote Originally Posted by PhantomCitadel View Post
    The ESTJ club is the last place I'd want to end up at. It's just because I know how Te looks with my father leading with it, we fall into Ti/Te practicality disagreements every time we meet.
    One of my best friends for life happens to be a clear INTP, he's prone to over analysing, trimming his thoughts/arguments to perfection and paranoia, which are features we definitely do not share. Tho whenever we talk he seems to be a perfect black hole for my ideas, spewing them out more defined and crystallised, I definitely feel like I lead with my Ne when I'm with him and people who are closer to me, I'm a completely different animal when I go public.
    No idea i still think your Si is a little too high. I mean my ESFJ friend because of the fact that is really close to NTs grew his Ne a fair deal. Well if its about your Ne being high enough with that Si, INTP is what i could only see you as.
    Unless you are messing with us the whole time.

  3. #13

    I'll nail down my core characteristics tomorrow
    No no, I'm not into gaslighting personality cafe community

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    Your heavy emphasis on logic and analytical writing style makes me think your dom is Ti. On that note, your attentiveness to outward expression (e.g. facial expressions and gestures), your "feeling out of boundaries," and being crushed by criticism makes me think Fe is your inferior. Another thing I've noticed about your writing style is that it's very "bullet-pointy"- many of your paragraphs "spring out" of one idea, particularly what you wrote under "More on Fi/Fe." This points to you having Ne.

    You're likely an INTP with a strong/developing Si.
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  6. #15

    Thank you, I'm usually analytical overall, as for my "heavy emphasis on logic" I think that's fleeting, meaning whenever I don't understand something, a sentence in a book or a logical problem it isn't difficult for me to just give up and move on to something more entertaining.
    You're spot on with my paragraphs "springing out" of one idea, and I think that's how I lead conversations with people too. It looks more like a chain reaction tho, one person starts a topic which part of usually reminds me of something, giving me fuel to take over the conversation with my new topic that seems unrelated at first, but as I go on, the person starts to understand why it's completely relevant. Now, that topic that I bounced to usually jumps to another memory-based idea in my head ushering out yet another topic to the conversation, now my line of talking takes this "chain reaction" form.
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    Okay, sorry to butt in, but I'm really curious who your icon image is. I want to say Augustus? Because of the hair design? Am I close?

  8. #17

    Quote Originally Posted by Helane View Post
    Okay, sorry to butt in, but I'm really curious who your icon image is. I want to say Augustus? Because of the hair design? Am I close?
    Yes it's Octavian, I'm amazed that you recognised him solely by his hairstyle, what did you study?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhantomCitadel View Post
    Yes it's Octavian, I'm amazed that you recognised him solely by his hairstyle, what did you study?
    YES! I got it! I knew it was Augustus/Octavian! Thank you! I actually study Roman Empire History and I really love it. I study Julius to Domitian. :D I kinda like Hadrian as well, but 27- 96 AD/CE is my area of study. :D How about you?

    I like this statue! I have never seen it before, which is odd. Where did you find this picture?

    And I will look over your typing thread in a few! I just had to ask about your icon!

    Hey! I read your typing thread! I honestly don't know what your Dominate Function is. I am kinda new to this typing other people thing. But I will do some more research and get back to you! :D
    Last edited by Helane; 06-04-2018 at 07:15 PM.
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  10. #19

    Alright, compiled more information on myself,

    I do not follow any set routines during my day, I usually tailor my activities around the main events of the day and my energy levels, as well as my particular source of inspiration that week/day.

    I'm more comfortable following conventional approaches only to redefine them for myself afterwards. Let's say I'm cooking a new meal, I will closely follow the recipe until I spot a more comfortable way/shortcut for executing a part of it.

    I have two recycling bins at home, let's say one is overflowing and the second one's empty (which is often the case). I can't bring the overflowing bin out for the trash-men because shit will fall out of it on my way outside and there's no way I'm hurting my back and bending over to collect a tsunami of bottles covered in garbage juice. What I do is unload the overflowing bin to the empty one until the trash is levelled, then bring it outside so nothing spills. Some people would argue that It'd be more efficient if I disposed all of my trash at once rather than repacking it, but it's a small difference in efficiency which ultimately saves my backbone and dignity before my neighbours.

    Whenever I see any act of clumsiness I find it hard not to laugh, maybe it's because I have a good gauge on my surroundings and I'm usually careful with my grip on things. I have slow reflexes for the most part except when I'm playing badminton, but only when we're playing to keep the shuttlecock flying between us, as opposed to competitive play.

    I am an awful listener and usually switch off during a conversation into my own train of thought, while subconsciously listening to the speaker but mainly focused on what lures my attention at that moment. However, when that person finishes speaking and expects a reply I always have enough information gathered while in that "subconscious mode" of listening to piece up a satisfactory reply.

    I have an irregular habit of re-watching my favourite movie scenes that show my role models. I mentioned a "source of inspiration" in my first paragraph, well 8/10 times that source is a character, fictional or historical that I siphon positive energy from. All my role models always share my characteristics but theirs are more developed. So re-watching some scene with my role model usually sets me for a good day and recharges my willpower.

    I work in energy spikes, which underlying fuel is that "source of inspiration" which is very fleeting - usually gives me a boost to work through the evening and night and whatever work I'm left with the following day is finished due to my force of will. My pace of work is extremely slow and detailed, unless I'm only to talk or generate visuals in my head.
    I excel at copying from pictures while drawing, although my work's always stylised, remaining realistic. I never delve into photorealism when copying an image but use its visual information as a model for my stylised version. As for architecture, it really feels like the perfect realm for me where all the shapes and masses speak for themselves, adding up to create an entire narrative of the building. When it comes to substance vs form, I'm just more proficient at reading and working with form.

    I'm very fidgety when I'm trying to fall asleep or settle down on my sofa, I constantly readjust pillows and myself to find a perfect position. After that's done I can forget about my surroundings and go ahead with whatever I'm there to do.

    I love trolling my friends/family on social media while pretending to be someone else - usually ridiculous, borderline believable characters.

    I tend to analyse my negative past experiences, correcting the faults made on my side and computing how the entire situation would play out then.
    Last edited by PhantomCitadel; 06-05-2018 at 06:18 AM.

  11. #20

    Quote Originally Posted by Helane View Post
    YES! I got it! I knew it was Augustus/Octavian! Thank you! I actually study Roman Empire History and I really love it. I study Julius to Domitian. :D I kinda like Hadrian as well, but 27- 96 AD/CE is my area of study. :D How about you?

    I like this statue! I have never seen it before, which is odd. Where did you find this picture?

    And I will look over your typing thread in a few! I just had to ask about your icon!
    Hahaha no sweat, I think it's from the Vatican museums but from what I've heard and seen they rarely wheel it out for visitors, it just sits in the archives and they show the more fugly statues of him that carry more historic importance. I'd definitely recommend seeing everything they have though, especially to Julius & Domitian experts.
    I'm doing interior architecture with visual design, and some business operations studies on the side


     
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