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    Yeah, and nothing makes less sense than Twitards.
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    C'mon, now. You've got your hot guy who wants to honor your virtue, and you've got your other hot guy who wants you just the way you are, and the two of them fight over you. What's to complain about?

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    Yes, fiction does tend to present us with many titilating scenarios over which to fantasize (and in the case of Twitards, masturbate.)

    In any case, I have become a fan of Kristen Stewart ever since I found out how little of a shit she gives about her public reception. And ever since she did The Runaways (because she was actually good in this film.) I don't think she owes anyone anything, and I find the notion that she should be gracious a little absurd. I mean, what, she should give all of her money and fame back because she stutters in interviews and doesn't smile often?
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    Okay, if any more proof is needed that she's ISTP, here's the VI results.

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    Orangey -- you're doing it wrong.

    That picture is labeled Si-Te -- An ISTJ. Socionics uses j/p to indicate the dominant function, whereas MBTI uses J/P for the extraverted function. This means that every introvert that is a J under MBTI is a p in Socionics and vice versa.

    The actual MBTI ISTP picture is the one that looks like Leonard Nimoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Offog View Post
    Orangey -- you're doing it wrong.

    That picture is labeled Si-Te -- An ISTJ. Socionics uses j/p to indicate the dominant function, whereas MBTI uses J/P for the extraverted function. This means that every introvert that is a J under MBTI is a p in Socionics and vice versa.

    The actual MBTI ISTP picture is the one that looks like Leonard Nimoy.
    No, that's not true. Despite differences in what the functions are called (and their order) in socionics, the end result is that an ISTp is exactly the same as an MBTI ISTP.
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    She's kinda cute...and weird. Very weird.

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    ISTP 6w5 Sp/Sx.
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    I'm crappy at typing so I won't even try. I watched Runaways with the commentary on, It was Kristen, Dakota Fanning and Joan Jett. Kristen had such trouble verbalizing her ideas, and she'd constantly drop off mid sentence. Joan and Dakota kept trying to suggest endings to them. She liked the word 'like' and 'weird' like, "don't you think it's like so weird that like, you know?". I like, like her.

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    I watched a few interviews with her on youtube, and she says pretty much the same things when she gets anxious, she has these words that she repeats. And tics. She avoids eye contact. Weird.

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