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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    What's the ISFP stereotype?


    ... or maybe not.

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    I do my best not to match the stereotypical INTP.

    But i bet so are many other INTPs who are over 20
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post


    ... or maybe not.
    The Dude? I would not doubt that he is ISFP.
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    Ok I will make up my own stereotype because I don't remember much from that movie.

    Laidback- Not really I can be neurotic/anxious at times and then overly laidback at other times
    Good at Art- Not really, I don't really stick to any one thing to get "good" at it, nor do I go for formal lessons or anything when it comes to my interests
    Kind/Nice- I'm not nearly as kind or as nice as I'd like to be but maybe I have high standards
    Animal/Nature lover- True, I love both
    Lazy- It definitely depends on whether I think it's worth it or not, I can be lazy if I don't see the value in something
    Stupid- I don't know, I'm pretty highly educated but I hear education standards are slipping these days so who knows.
    Fi tripwires True, although I usually don't react with anger but with a renewed interest/passion for what I think is right
    Aimless- True, I'm not the most abitious person
    Pushover- I'm avoidant more than anything, I don't like confrontation so I just tend to distance myself from people/situations that I don't think are right, I don't like to be drawn into pettiness.
    Most extraverted introvert- No, I'm very introverted/reserved
    Emo- No

    What else?
    Act your age not your enneagram number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Ok I will make up my own stereotype because I don't remember much from that movie.

    Laidback- Not really I can be neurotic/anxious at times and then overly laidback at other times
    Good at Art- Not really, I don't really stick to any one thing to get "good" at it, nor do I go for formal lessons or anything when it comes to my interests
    Kind/Nice- I'm not nearly as kind or as nice as I'd like to be but maybe I have high standards
    Animal/Nature lover- True, I love both
    Lazy- It definitely depends on whether I think it's worth it or not, I can be lazy if I don't see the value in something
    Stupid- I don't know, I'm pretty highly educated but I hear education standards are slipping these days so who knows.
    Fi tripwires True, although I usually don't react with anger but with a renewed interest/passion for what I think is right
    Aimless- True, I'm not the most abitious person
    Pushover- I'm avoidant more than anything, I don't like confrontation so I just tend to distance myself from people/situations that I don't think are right, I don't like to be drawn into pettiness.
    Most extraverted introvert- No, I'm very introverted/reserved
    Emo- No

    What else?
    You forgot "stoner".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    You forgot "stoner".
    Oh yeah, nah I don't like the stuff, the smell makes me .
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    Some of the stereotype, but I'm a science geek which tends to fit more of the NT stereotype.
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    Rather poorly, I'd say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    You forgot "stoner".
    Haha...my ISFP roommate is a huge stoner. I didn't know it was considered an ISFP stereotype.

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