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    Quote Originally Posted by King-Of-Despair View Post
    Where can I find a thread in which I can ask ISFPs about their Se? ... or is this it here...

    ISFP Under The Hood
    or here Understanding and Developing Extraverted Sensing.

    Or ask here. Whatever.

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    I'll just ask here

    Question 1: Do you ever feel the need to let loose, get out there and just go crazy? Do you act out this need, or hold back?

    Question 2: What are you wearing?
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    Question 1: Not really. I'm pretty careful in all I do. It's the only thing that makes me question if I'm ISFP. Pretty sure I am, but when I hear that Michael Jackson was one, I'm humbled.

    2: Guido outfit, sans gold chain

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepy View Post
    /disclaimer, that might actually not have been an isfp answer.
    No, I think it was an isfp answer and a good one at that. I hesitated to ask the clarifying questions, sometimes too much fuss about a thing destroys it.

    and thanks wolfy too

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    What made you decide you weren't an ISFP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    What made you decide you weren't an ISFP?
    Where did you dig this thread up from!!!!!!!!

    I thought I was istp when I joined. Then I went isfp. isfp is kind of a fun type because it straddles sensitivity and don't give a shitness. So it is a fun type on a forum. And in life too. In a forum T types are kind of limited. I feel sorry for them.

    The reason I went back to wondering is because I don't express myself in a very sensitive manner. If anything I am a little stoic in outlook. Also, for fun I get my kids to type me and the both said esfp.

    I just had a ginger ale cocktail, my favourite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Where did you dig this thread up from!!!!!!!!

    I thought I was istp when I joined. Then I went isfp. isfp is kind of a fun type because it straddles sensitivity and don't give a shitness. So it is a fun type on a forum. And in life too. In a forum T types are kind of limited. I feel sorry for them.

    The reason I went back to wondering is because I don't express myself in a very sensitive manner. If anything I am a little stoic in outlook. Also, for fun I get my kids to type me and the both said esfp.

    I just had a ginger ale cocktail, my favourite.
    Oh... well:


    I never thought of an ISFP that way. I always thought... you're right, never mind. lol.

    Interesting! Thanks for answering!
    Wow. I love the fact you had your kids type you. Cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    Oh... well:


    I never thought of an ISFP that way. I always thought... you're right, never mind. lol.

    Interesting! Thanks for answering!
    Wow. I love the fact you had your kids type you. Cool!
    Lol, it was funny, because we live in Japan I had them read Japanese mbti stuff and both said esfp. If you think about it isfp sits in between istp and esfp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Lol, it was funny, because we live in Japan I had them read Japanese mbti stuff and both said esfp. If you think about it isfp sits in between istp and esfp.
    GRR! Frustrating! lol. Well that was an interesting experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    GRR! Frustrating! lol. Well that was an interesting experience.
    Yeah, haha.

    Any other questions? I can try and give a simple answer.

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