Often their trademark nonchalance will be accompanied by a snappy sense of humor; one that aims to take material consequences to their natural conclusions in the most sarcastic or self-depreciating way. Having Ne, this sense of humor can become very unconventional or quirky and perhaps even enjoy the reactions of being seen as bizarre.
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The TeSi can also be quite a comedian, and can master it in a very curious way. Many of you are familiar with Tim Allen's "Home Improvement" series back in the day. This show's atmosphere - and Tim's character in particular - contains all the elements of this shade. I'll refrain from linking to any clips or episodes of the show, but I think the Te "material consequences" humor is apparent to those who've had a peek.
Most notably, also, is Tim's personality in the show as the corporate American dad who is a tool man (along the lines of the SiTe practical dabbler) while being quite stoic or generally nonchalant to many of the emotional aspects of being a father or husband. He's also worked in standup comedy:
And in another example of this shade, we have Stephen Colbert:
I initially had some suspicions of him being an NeFi-Te, but having come across Tim Allen, I can see that this type of Ne humor can also arise from the TeSi. It's quite interesting to me how, despite being so funny sometimes, they don't really lose their full rigid J-lead composure.
This is again reminiscent of TeSi Varrick from the Korra series, who appears stoic in appearance despite being quite a nut case under that toupee.