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  • I prefer INFJs

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  • I prefer ISFPs

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  • I dislike both.

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    I've not yet had any wholly positive relationships or friendships with INFJ's, and whilst I can see the potential for the sort of thing you talk about in the OP with ISFP's, the ones I've met have all been already spoken for by (usually) an ESTx that they idolise, so I've not dared to even think about it!

    However, there are currently three ISTP's in my life and I have sometimes thought, of one of them in particular, "if you had just a bit more passion, I could see myself falling in love with you". Maybe it's the ISFP I'm looking for?
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    i like isfp's. they are easy to deal with. funny. submissive. quirky. earthy. down to earth.

    we get along real well

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    Taking a break from INFJs in order to appreciate them more and bitch about them less, so let's pick ISFPs in this one. Where are they hiding?
    "Beware Those Who Are ALWAYS READING BOOKS" - Bukowski

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    They're hiding in the real world, doing real things, scary place that, I don't recommend it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    They're hiding in the real world, doing real things, scary place that, I don't recommend it!
    "Beware Those Who Are ALWAYS READING BOOKS" - Bukowski

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamine View Post
    Taking a break from INFJs in order to appreciate them more and bitch about them less, so let's pick ISFPs in this one. Where are they hiding?
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    My ISFP friend does a kangaroo dance for me to make me laugh.

    My INFJ friend constantly sighs at life and its "problems".

    It's a hard decision.

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    Hm. I believe I know an ISFP, very strong physical attraction, just as relaxed as I am... organized, which I am not (I think she learnt this through experience). I would love to be with her. I think she feels the same way, too.

    Also, I was with an INFx... pretty wild ride and I won't judge the whole, but MAN! Insane.

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    I get along with isfps, but i generally have no incentive to maintain the relationship. It's a quite circumstancial thing. But then again I'm like that with most people, I don't really get attached much.

    I've known an isfp for years, she's cool, but mh, yeah I just don't keep in touch much. It's pleasant but there's no 'hook' to it for me.
    Then there's this old isfp friend, he's sort of adorable. Everybody likes him.
    On average, I actually see isfps as pretty cool, laid back and easy going. They're great people to have a drink and a conversation with.

    oh, on a side note, I think i tend to spot infjs or infps super easily, but it takes a conscious effort to spot isfps in my environment.
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