..ISFJs tend to annoy me for some reason, but that is probably just the unhealthy ones.
Yes, ISFJ without good T development can be super irritating, but I find them easy to deal with in the way of ...er...trying to avoid unpleasant interactions. They don't seem as keen to start BS or mind games as the unhealthy ESFJ do. The unhealthy ISFJ just seem to sink into their own paranoia.
I don't dislike any particular type. People within types can vary so much that it is pointless for me to make a generalization. I have known wonderful and nasty people of many different types. Any cognitive function(s) or combination thereof can influence a person's character and habits in a way that I might view positively or negatively. I have known ESTJs, ENFJs, and ISFPs that I utterly despise, and also those same types that I get along great with.
ESFJs who have not had the advantage of developing their own values by weighing them against a good external value system may develop very questionable values. In such cases, the ESFJ most often genuinely believes in the integrity of their skewed value system. They have no internal understanding of values to set them straight. In weighing their values against our society, they find plenty of support for whatever moral transgression they wish to justify. This type of ESFJ is a dangerous person indeed. Extraverted Feeling drives them to control and manipulate, and their lack of Intuition prevents them from seeing the big picture. They're usually quite popular and good with people, and good at manipulating them. Unlike their ENFJ cousin, they don't have Intuition to help them understand the real consequences of their actions. They are driven to manipulate other to achieve their own ends, yet they believe that they are following a solid moral code of conduct.
This is pretty much an exact description of my last roommate. I hated her guts, and she couldn't understand why she couldn't manipulate me into being her friend.
Ugggh, ESFJs, or at least one particular ESFJ. Superficial, judgemental, controlling, and selfish. Oh and trying to teach them logic ... I was a logic tutor for a different ESFJ (I think) for a short time, and I might have well just rattled on at her in russian for an hour. She was a really nice lady though.
I don't dislike ESFJs though. My mom is an ESFJ and I love her more than anyting. They can just be sooo frustrating sometimes.
Human reason has this peculiar fate that in one species of its knowledge it is burdened by questions which, as prescribed by the very nature of reason itself, it is not able to ignore, but which, as transcending all its powers, it is also not able to answer. --Immanuel Kant, Critique of Pure Reason