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    Quote Originally Posted by alcea rosea View Post
    Hmmm.... interesting thought! <-------!!
    Why would you want to remove sombody's tongue?
    That's some damn good eatin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    That's some damn good eatin.
    *no comments on this*

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    INTJ like ISTP agreed.

    INFJ like ISTJ? HOW? I don't see it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    INTJ like ISTP agreed.

    INFJ like ISTJ? HOW? I don't see it...
    You don't think they're both Melancholic Cooperative and have the according characteristics of temperament? Or you just have little experience with these themes? From my experience they have the same damn basic attitude towards anything uncertain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    You don't think they're both Melancholic Cooperative and have the according characteristics of temperament? Or you just have little experience with these themes?
    explain cooperative. How is ISTJ cooperative and ISFJ not? I don't see the pairing with INFJ to ISTJ. You have no idea how much friction I have with my ISTJ father...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    explain cooperative. How is ISTJ cooperative and ISFJ not? I don't see the pairing with INFJ to ISTJ. You have no idea how much friction I have with my ISTJ father...
    ISFJ is cooperative, but they're phlegmatic.

    SJ and NFs are cooperative personalities.

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    Classification by definitions doesn't work for me. You can group any two things together if you set up the parameters correctly.

    Perhaps you should demonstrate similarities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    Classification by definitions doesn't work for me. You can group any two things together if you set up the parameters correctly.

    Perhaps you should demonstrate similarities.
    INFJ - ISTJ - The Melancholic Cooperative

    analytical, serious, exacting, logical, kind, considerate, perfectionist, reflective, introspective, values accuracy and facts, pay more attention to other people's opinions and are more concerned with doing the right thing, dominance produces activity in an antagonistic environment, with a feeling of unpleasantness until stimulus is acted upon.

    I am hoping someone will help me out further.

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    Okay, so how am I like an INTP, now?
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    ISFP - INTP - The Phlegmatic Pragmatic

    amiable, dependable, open, supportive, dependable, polite, even-tempered, consistent, relaxed, rational, curious, observant, values security and relationships, pays more attention to their own thoughts or feelings and are more concerned with doing what works, submission produces passivity in a favorable environment, with a feeling of pleasantness increasing as yielding increases.

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