Monday, 16 November 2009


Main Entry: flaky
Function: adjective
Inflected Form(s): flak·i·er; flak·i·est
Etymology: flake
Date: circa 1963
: markedly odd or unconventional : offbeat, wacky

Not used very often. Perseus argot refer the flakiness to a temporary nature of the NP Questor mode. This is especially true of PN Psychedelics, as information is adsorbed to the manifesto. Some information may be flaky (snowflakes) and is later rejected. There is information processing time.

Alas the malign influences of the Cats (ISFP) may be working to undermine NFPs who work on Feeling rather than Thinking.

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