Shopping With The Cognitive Functions

{Life Experiences of an INFP}

INFP walks into a craft store.

Fi: Oooh which supplies are my favorite?

Ne: AUGHH SO MANY POSSIBILITIES. THINK OF ALL THE THINGS WE COULD MAKEEE.

Si: What colors have we used frequently before? We should get the most of those types since we’ll probably use them the most.

Te: Just choose something already.

Conversations: Going Out

ESFP: INFJ! Can we go out?
INFJ: Go out to do . . . ?
ESFP: I don’t know. Just go out. We could go to Target and drive around and everything!
INFJ: I need to clean the fridge and do the laundry. I don’t think so.
ESFP: Buuuut . . .
INFJ: Maybe Thursday. I can’t promise, in case I fall ill and die, but we’ll see. Plus, didn’t we just go out?
ESFP: What? No . . .
INFJ: Yeah, on Saturday.
ESFP: But that’s like three days ago!
INFJ: I need some time inside, ESFP.
ESFP: *sighs* Okay.

Art Media

Behold, my first types list! Or, well, my first finished one. I’ve got some others in the works too. 0=) But, since it’s my first, I apologize for any errors I might have made. It’s purely for amusement.

MBTI as art media/writing utensils

INTJ: graphite
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INTP: erasable pens
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INFP: watercolors
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INFJ: oil pastels
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ISFJ: white pencil
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ISTJ: charcoal
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ISTP: chalk
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ISFP: colored pencils
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ESFP: crayons
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ESTP: spray paint
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ESTJ: pens
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ESFJ: highlighters
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ENFJ: oil paints
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ENFP: markers
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ENTP: whiteboard markers
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ENTJ: sharpies
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ESTJ Facts

Slowly getting through these fact sets. We hath reached the extroverts! On another note, I feel rather bad saying this, but I don’t think I’ll be doing a post on each letter (E/I, S/N, F/T, P/J). I think it would be more helpful to instead take a look at each cognitive function, since those are really what make the types what they are, not the letters. *nods*

 

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Conversations: Wrapping

Family members packing shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child.
INFP: Let’s make this box look as pretty as possible. I can use two kinds of wrapping paper, right?
INFJ: I love the challenge of trying to fit in as many toys as possible! No, don’t give up, here let me help you.
ESFP: *randomly cutting wrapping paper in hopes it will fit*
ESTJ: *to ESFP* No, we have to measure it. Make sure you’re cutting straight.
INTP: *takes apart entire box and has fun using glue instead of tape because why not*