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    INFP Here is why:

    I-- not noisy, unobtrusive

    N-- wrapped up in their own little world, not critical or picky about externals/details

    F-- sensitive to the needs and desires of others, or at least capable of being so!

    P-- flexible, adaptable, openminded

    Seems obvious to me. How is this even a contest? Of course, it takes a good little INFP to be an easy-going person. The raw material may be in place, but they can misuse their potential when they turn evil, no doubt.
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    I think upbringing plays a much, much larger role in this than type. That said, I'd say that some of the most laid back people are ISTP, followed by INTP.

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    I'll +1 that^
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    Maybe ENFPs, or ESFPs
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    I sense possible bias in here.

    I don't think F vs T has anything to do with easy going in my opinion. Maybe we define easy going differently.

    P vs J, yes I can go with that however you should look at cognitive function effects also. Example INTJ is described as having traits of a perceiver by having something like an "inverted spine" by one of the big sociologists. Which makes us, when not in "business" mode, pretty laid back and inherently goofy if we trust the people we are around. Sort of like how ENFP can be seen introverted. Trait.

    E vs I? No relation on easy-going, just perception by the opposite type.

    N vs S. Interesting. I am not sure honestly on this one due to numerous factors.

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    Much easier using enneagram types.

    E9 all the way! INFPs, ENFPs, ISFJs and ISFPs are the most likely to be E9, so there y'go. The E9s of these types probably aren't internally easy-going, but externally, yes. And if anyone dares challenge me on this, I see your point, and totally agree!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maabus1999 View Post
    I sense possible bias in here.

    I don't think F vs T has anything to do with easy going in my opinion. Maybe we define easy going differently.

    P vs J, yes I can go with that however you should look at cognitive function effects also. Example INTJ is described as having traits of a perceiver by having something like an "inverted spine" by one of the big sociologists. Which makes us, when not in "business" mode, pretty laid back and inherently goofy if we trust the people we are around. Sort of like how ENFP can be seen introverted. Trait.

    E vs I? No relation on easy-going, just perception by the opposite type.

    N vs S. Interesting. I am not sure honestly on this one due to numerous factors.
    on the T vs F thing, it is true that T can find F's illogical and F's can find T's insensitive so i can see where you're coming from. however, F's in general spend more effort in observing someone else's feelings, so when you hang out, they won't go offending you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toonia View Post
    This definition of the ISTP sounds a little intense.
    Yeah that is pretty intense. Most ISTPs I've met haven't fit that mold.

    Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    INFP Here is why:

    I-- not noisy, unobtrusive

    N-- wrapped up in their own little world, not critical or picky about externals/details

    F-- sensitive to the needs and desires of others, or at least capable of being so!

    P-- flexible, adaptable, openminded

    Seems obvious to me. How is this even a contest? Of course, it takes a good little INFP to be an easy-going person. The raw material may be in place, but they can misuse their potential when they turn evil, no doubt.
    The problem with Fs is that they are often too sensitive. You have to walk on eggshells with them, some Fs don't even realize others do this with them.

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    Stop with the eggshells! Seriously, not all Fs are like this. Even if I do get offended sometimes I do not openly express that I have been offended and when I am alone I mull it over and come to a reasonable conclusion that won't affect how I act towards you.

    Not trying to start a T vs F war but I have to walk around T mindbombs sometimes because if I say anything that is illogical or irrelevant to a topic we are speaking about I get bombarded with corrections and my inconsistencies are pointed out without fail.

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    The fact that a thinker is more uncomfortable around Fs than Ts says nothing of how easy going Fs are and everything about how laid back the thinker in question is (and vice versa). If you're the one who's uncomfortable, then you're not the one who's laid back.

    But which type is most laid back? I dunno, but it's gotta be a perceiving type.

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