I hear often, when talking to another intuitive person for the first time about personality types, the same general complaint:
“So and so” [A Sensing Type] thinks I’m weird. [An Intuitive Type]
The best is the look on the person’s face, when I respond with: “Well, they (The Sensing Type) are absolutely correct.”
“Weird,” by definition, is something that is abnormal, uncanny, strange, unusual, or unexpected.
So, the Sensing-dominant person is correct for multiple reasons:
STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY
Right off the bat, 70% of the population prefers Sensing, versus only 30% favoring Intuition. This means that intuitives are actually less likely to exist, according to pure statistics.
The Sensing Type person is probably “normal,” which means conforming to a standard; usual, typical, or expected. They are significantly more populous in society, making them more expected.