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    Quote Originally Posted by FireyPheonix View Post
    It's more like sitting in comfy room, full of cushions and bean bags (ISFP best friend's room is really like that) sharing a bong type of fight - only those "fights" result in us giggling like school kids.
    now thats my kind of fight.

    well according to poll its an even win. yay!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    What're they gonna do? Hurl poetry and gum-drops at one another?
    That sounds like fun actually!
    4w5.

    "We trust the local doctor, we trust the medicine.
    Our child gets a scratch, we get our child a brand new head.
    We eat what's on our plate, we drink what's in our cup...
    We like the shiny TV screen, it spits, we lap it up...
    They sing a song, we hum along.
    We sing; but we don't understand the words to the song."
    -- High As A Horse

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    Is it group hugs tiem?

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    someone please vote ISFP so that it would balance things out again.

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    I voted INFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    I voted INFP.
    You just imbalanced the perfect harmony they had for that last 2 years and 7 months (since 2009 September) and broke their truce.

    Lolz.

    It was 32-32 before you voted.

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    This isn't meant to be politically correct, but both in their own way. An ISFP can tough it out in difficult situations, dealing with reality as is (this can also be detrimental over time though, if they accept conditions to the point of stressing out). An INFP is quicker see dead ends and possibilities and idealize where they should be. That also has positives and negatives.

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    I think an ISFP might be more likely to beat you up.

    I'm not sure what you mean by powerful, though.

    They both could be equally powerful in different ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    I for some reason imagine an ISFP silently stalking its victims in the night and slashing their throats with a switchblade.
    An angry INFP however, I imagine behind a button that would release a nuclear apocalypse that would wipe out most of the mankind, and feel like they had just done a good and righteous thing.
    We have vision, yes. We think bigger than an ISFP’s more frequent and observed fits that everyone’s referring to. Although I think an ISFP could hold their own if their Fi were adequately provoked. But the fact that it’s fueled by Se and not NF synergistic Ne makes it less likely to feel everything is being held in the balance.

    We understand the battle for good and evil on a larger scale. There’s a reason why Luke Skywalker is an INFP.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mace View Post
    Well, you can easily get a rise out of ISFPs, though that's not quite the case for INFPs - they tend to be tightly solitary.
    Temperamental doesn’t equal powerful. If anything it means less power because power = control over oneself.

    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    So they're less powerful because of their own restraint, I think.
    People shouldn’t make the mistake of equating discretion with weakness. Just because we will only strike if it is truly important doesn’t mean it won’t be for the jugular.

    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    INFP = long fuse.....................................BIG BOMB.:steam:
    This.

    It takes forever and a day to exhaust my patience. But once it’s gone because ish just got real, I’m not f-ing around. I play to win - because I have to win – it’s important.

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I wonder what would happen if you put an INFP and an ISFP in a cage and then started prodding there internal value system with an electronic switch, driving them into a frenzy... I wonder what would happen?
    Fatality. INFP wins. Kisses.

    Last edited by Mia.; 04-17-2012 at 06:17 PM. Reason: Kicking butt is no excuse to use a potty mouth.

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    INTP beats both by a landslide.
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