Just wondering because ode and Odie don't really sound similar. Then again, my better half and I also tend to strain the limits of phonetics in the service of a pun.
ISFPs (such as my wife) enjoy word play. But she doesn't like puns.
Here's something I found on this: Atakis - Know Thyself
"When in a fun environment, the ISFP may like to tease and be teased. In these circumstances ISFPs are very quick with word games and word play, skillfully participating and topping off fun and games within the group."
Reminder (for others):
Your = belonging to you, you're = you are, they're = they are, their = belonging to them, there = not here.
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they should have teleporters built in to microwaves, though i'm sure half asleep people will go to the kitchen in their underwear and put something in the microwave to heat up and accidently teleport them self to a very crowded public area. which would make ending up in your underwear in public phobias more legit.