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anonymous asked:

Not very urgent: I was wondering if it was an INTJ thing to know someone's argument is flawed but can't grasp the words to explain why. I feel like I'm not smart enough to explain why they're wrong, don't have enough knowledge on the subject, but I know they're wrong.

I know this feeling. I think it might have something to do with our Ni and with the subconscious mind. Because we take in a lot more information than we can store consciously. And if then some argument feels wrong it’s probably because we’ve read something or heard about something before that proves it wrong but we’re simply not able to recall what exactly it was we read / heard. And this again makes it almost impossible to explain why the other person is wrong. That’s at least what I think about this.

Anyone else who can relate or wants to add something? Leave a comment!

Yours,

Sandra

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I blame hobaglavellan, beginnerfanartist, and thetaiwanesedartjob for this. With all their Solas smut. I figured I’d contribute something. So Here’s my Solas [Or in this case Fen’Heral] Smut.

Done in Krita with my drawing Tablet. Took about 7 hours, 5 of which went just towards the hands and arms.. LOOK HANDS! YOU WON’T SEE THEM OFTEN!!!