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    Seems you got you a new ISFJ traitor *coughs*
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    Actually when I've had a few drinks, I act more E, more N, more F, and more P... ENFP.
    We just need more liquors to shed our sterotype!

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    The most boring... I think it's based more on the individual rather than their Myers-Briggs? Also it is probably based on the judges interests as well.

    That being said, maybe the INTJ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    Has to be ISTJ....i know my dad is one..
    Wow, that's an amazingly crappy argument.

    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    ISTJ's act really outgoing and weird when they are drunk...quite the opposite. But at that point they are just too damn retarded for my liking.
    At some point aren't most drunks?

    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    I don't think ISTJs are boring at all.


    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    I love my ISTJs and their boring bits. There's more to them than meets the eye.
    Yay.
    There is more to most people than meets the eye. I might be an ISTJ, but I still have thoughts, emotions, dreams, and aspirations. Just because we might not always share them, doesn't mean we are boring. If you think it's because we keep things in line, we prefer a certain type of order. Sometimes you can understand it, sometimes you can't. Some people might confuse that which they can't or don't take the time to understand as boring. But, to conclude before you know the whole story in any sense is foolish.

    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew_Z View Post
    The intuitive feelers are catching onto us. The boring facade is collapsing!
    NOoOoOoOo.

    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    Like I said give an ISTJ a couple beers...they're the life of the party.
    We don't necessarily need beer.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shaula View Post
    My dad (ISTJ) acts like that most of the time when at home and he's been completely sober for a year. He's sometimes funny but other times just disturbingly weird. For example...

    Me: Hey did you know there are squirrels in the back yard?
    Dad: There are?
    Me: Yeah they like to hang out on top of the fence.
    Dad: Great! I'll plink them off my rifle.

    [Complete silence in the car.]
    Dad: Cocks...
    Me: What?
    Dad: Cocks... [snickering] falling from the sky!
    Me: What!?
    Dad: [Laughing] Hunderds of cocks! In the middle of the road! [Slaps the steering wheel.]
    Me: I don't understand you sometimes...
    Dad: [Continues laughing loudly.]

    He also has various 'characters' that he voices. He can speak in many different accents fairly well (mostly Australian, German, Russian, Romanian, and Scottish) and has even fooled some people about his nationality. Many have mentioned that he should do voice acting or be on radio. He can be actually pretty amusing.

    Me on the other hand... I am significantly more boring.
    Hahahahah. Amazing. the bit about the voices reminds me of myself.

    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    Good Lord... I don't know which type I could really call boring O.o
    I know that I find some unhealthy INTPs and ESTJs to be extremely taxing...

    I would never in my lifetime call ISTJs as a type boring... You guys are full of various shit (good and bad), and it's pretty cool to get it out of you. My grandpa was an ISTJ, as is one of my friends... Odd - but impeccable - way of reasoning. Gotta love that strange attitude some of you guys seem to develop with age, too.

    I respect ISFJs and ISTJs strive for stability and calm perfection. A world full of SPs would suck badly, a world full of NFs would commit mass suicide under some cult leader and a world of NTs would blow itself up with strange gadgets or starve to death by being generally unproductive. You make shit go around, you gain true wisdom with age and you sure know how to kick back and relax. SJs, you rock, if ever so calmly and with moderation.


    Hundreds of cocks! In the middle of the road!
    The bit about life as ISTJs get older I'm slowly experiencing to be true. It's a enjoyable experience.

    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    how the hell was that funny...boring...
    It was way better than your post.

    Quote Originally Posted by velocity View Post
    my vote goes towards people who make pointless threads
    Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Yes, of course it's ISTJs. This is one of those things that we all know, but really don't have to be rubbing in their faces.... because it's not like they'll be defiant or do anything interesting anyways.
    Bull, you don't know us at all.

    Quote Originally Posted by Amira View Post
    It's nice how many people spoke up for us

    It's also amusing how ticked people can get when they don't get much of a reaction
    Awww, and I love getting people ticked because of no reaction. It is so much fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Kar View Post
    Don't mess with our ISTJs! They do the dirty work that the other types refuse to do! Hooray for our ISTJfriends!
    I'm not sure I should thank you, but thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by run View Post
    Oh my boss. Don't get me started.

    Ironically my dad hates authority and being authoritative.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    That is so true. My dad and brother are both ISTJs and they're exactly like that.
    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    I'm like that too. I don't like being ruled over, but I don't like to rule over others. ISTJs in general don't have much of a desire for authority positions, that's more the ESTJs and ENTJs, heck, even INTJs.
    Hmmm, That's odd. I like being in positions of authority most of the time.

    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I still tho wonder, why the ISTJs primarily answer to girls. There must be a coincidence
    Hahahah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    Has to be ISTJ....i know my dad is one..
    Boring? Not to me...I'm kinda hot for them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I still tho wonder, why the ISTJs primarily answer to girls. There must be a coincidence
    LOL! I didn't see this before! *cough* I mean, of COURSE it's a coincidence, Entropie! But I swear those female ISTJ's are my kryptonite!
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    I adore ISTJ's. I can totally understand their personality, plus they are able to relate to me also. I need a clean house, they do too. I could care less for having guests over, they are the same. The list goes on.. but I wouldn't want to bore this thread to tears. hahaha
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    My least favorate has to be ISTJ; mine is a closed minded prick.

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    I'm liking these ISFJ's supporting us ISTJ's.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle View Post
    Hmmm, That's odd. I like being in positions of authority most of the time.
    It's not rare to see that, but I said "in general". You'll definitely have some ISTJs out there who like to be in authority positions.

    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew_Z View Post
    Wait, other ISTJs do this too?
    It's a good idea, it sort of balances out the workload so you don't have a lot of work piled on one or two days during the working week.

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    ESTJs or ESFJs. But you can't really label a most borring type. For all we know, the most borring person in the world could be an ENFP..or an ISTP..or an INTJ..etc..
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