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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    Is that a good or bad thing?
    It's an extremely good thing.

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    You guys write very short succinct posts. LOL
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    I don't find ISFJs to be that similar to the other SJs... in the same way that ISFPs are the most "different" SP... in my opinion. My ISFJ boyfriend is quite unique and creative, not mentioned much by Kiersey.

    Oooh if only I had a wine cooler slushy right now!!! Slurp...

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    They tend to be hard workers.
    Is not to be held accuntable for peeling errors.

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    That's a good point. My ISFJ boyfriend will NEVER miss school or work, except... oh on the rarest occasion for the most important reason, and only if he's sure it won't matter.

    I wish I were as hard-working. I mean I am, but only when it's something I'm into. Eep...

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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post
    Oooh if only I had a wine cooler slushy right now!!! Slurp...
    Mmmm....

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    Here's something I just had an insight on this morning about my ISTJ. When I make a mistake or say something that he has an uncomfortable emotional reaction to he gets busy with any physical thing that he sees in his vicinity. Hangs up a coat, straightens a picture, even steps into the bathroom and flushes the toilet! That's what he did this morning and I had to fight a case of the giggles.

    It's like he uses his physical world to "right" what is "wrong" inside of him.

    And if he is angry he will literally "take back" something of his that I have. Instance: I was going to wash his winter scarf for him. He was upset with me and snatched it off the chair it was hanging on. I said, "No, leave that there. I'm going to wash it for you."

    He answered, "No. I'll wash it myself."

    Sort of like getting me out of his personal space. He showed me! He'd wash his own damned scarf.

    It's rather endearing and has wife-swatting beat all to heck.

    I've noticed that it is very important to him to keep his physical/emotional world balanced in that way
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    Here's something I just had an insight on this morning about my ISTJ. When I make a mistake or say something that he has an uncomfortable emotional reaction to he gets busy with any physical thing that he sees in his vacinity. Hangs up a coat, straightens a picture, even steps into the bathroom and flushes the toilet! That's what he did this morning and I had to fight a case of the giggles.

    It's like he uses his physical world to "right" what is "wrong" inside of him.

    And if he is angry he will literally "take back" something of his that I have. Instance: I was going to wash his winter scarf for him. He was upset with me and snatched it off the chair it was hanging on. I said, "No, leave that there. I'm going to wash it for you."

    He answered, "No. I'll wash it myself."

    Sort of like getting me out of his personal space. He showed me! He'd wash his own damned scarf.

    It's rather endearing and has wife-swatting beat all to heck.

    I've noticed that it is very important to him to keep his physical/emotional world balanced in that way

    First of all, your ISTJ wears a scarf?

    Uhhh... anyway, yes, I can kind of relate to that. If someone gets me feeling "emotional" or something, I will get fidgeting with things. For example, in a one on one conversation, it would probably be my watch or the cuffs snaps on the my leather jacket. But not usually more than that. It just keeps our thoughts from controlling what we do, I guess.

    I don't really have the whole "personal space" issue. Doesn't bother me! If someone wants to wash my scarf, I hope they enjoy doing it. Less work for me! As long as it doesn't get wrecked and if it does, they buy a new scarf. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    Here's something I just had an insight on this morning about my ISTJ. When I make a mistake or say something that he has an uncomfortable emotional reaction to he gets busy with any physical thing that he sees in his vacinity. Hangs up a coat, straightens a picture, even steps into the bathroom and flushes the toilet! That's what he did this morning and I had to fight a case of the giggles.

    It's like he uses his physical world to "right" what is "wrong" inside of him.

    And if he is angry he will literally "take back" something of his that I have. Instance: I was going to wash his winter scarf for him. He was upset with me and snatched it off the chair it was hanging on. I said, "No, leave that there. I'm going to wash it for you."

    He answered, "No. I'll wash it myself."

    Sort of like getting me out of his personal space. He showed me! He'd wash his own damned scarf.

    It's rather endearing and has wife-swatting beat all to heck.

    I've noticed that it is very important to him to keep his physical/emotional world balanced in that way
    hehe that's very cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    You're very happy with yourself when I get pulled over by a police officer for rolling through a stop sign and not signaling my right turn, despite the fact that nobody is around, and not buying the quantum mechanical argument that if there is nobody around to see said turn signal and stop sign roll-through, then it is factually accurate to say that the turn signal and stop sign roll-through never actually happened.

    You're also very disappointed when I am only given a warning and not ticketed, because of my otherwise very impeccable driving record.

    [Yes this actually has happened. She really hates driving with me, because I ignore most road law. It's so funny though, getting her worked up and riled up is so much fun.]
    This would grate on my nerves too, but I wouldn't do much about it.
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