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    PeaceBaby! You have an ISTJ, too. How neat is that?

    I've sometimes called mine "The Rock to my Kite." He keeps me anchored and I lift him out of the rut. (Well, a little.)

    Truth is the man is rock solid. Trustworthy, always equipped for any emergency and willing to help anyone, anytime. An INFP couldn't get so lucky.

    And, yes, sometimes he annoys the heck out of me. But that's my problem.
    "No ray of sunshine is ever lost, but the green which it awakes into existence needs time to sprout, and it is not always granted to the sower to see the harvest. All work that is worth anything is done in faith." - Albert Schweitzer

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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    ^ I'm not so sure about that. I always thought there were more NF's than SJ's? There certainly are on these forums!

    And why must we "love" the INFP's? Even the ISTJ's?
    Woah no way. SJs aren't that unique.
    They always take like 4.3ish out of 10

    Frequency of Personality Types by Population & Gender
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    In whichever chart you reference to, there are too many SJs. Always. If not the society will crumble.


    You can't base that theres more NF than SJ b/c of the population in a forum.
    Reason being 1. Some types dont engage in forum discussion as much 2. this is a forum directed at a theory, which Sensors are said to avoid


    @all
    infp thing was more of a joke...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blanclait View Post
    @all
    infp thing was more of a joke...
    Yes... everyone knows that it's inTp that everyone loves! You are so cute, yellow and furry.

    "Mommy, I can keep this one? Pleasepleasepleaseplease!!"


    note to xNFPs: (Just kidding, I'd never love anyone else but you! )
    "The present is theirs; the future, for which I have really worked, is mine."
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    A great SJ can be a more interesting and spectacular person than the average NT. Often we refuse to even believe they are SJs, trying to push another type on them.
    This belongs in the backhanded compliments thread.

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    My (on and off)ESTJ man is very charismatic . While he is very rigid, and his jokes always follow the same lines, that doesn't mean he isn't funny or interesting.

    His feelings are always a puzzle to be solved and behind his outright jerkiness, he has a good heart, although it belongs to one or two people, to hell with the rest of the universe. But even that makes me feel good, because it means you have been chosen, and are somehow special. He says to me sometimes when I get down on myself: 'You can't be that bad, I'm with you, aren't I?'

    He provides an order to my madness, just like I provide and x element to his routine. In day to day life, we function well in action, even though we have to be very careful when we speak not to misunderstand each other. As far as emotional goes, it takes a lot of extra work on my part to keep us healthy. As far as physicality goes (finances and whatnot), it takes a lot of extra work on his part to keep us running smoothly. It works out, we just need to both be self aware, and are quite happy using our strengths and taking care of the weaknesses in each other.

    He is a complete douchbag, which since I have a cynical and sometimes morbid sense of humor, it works for me. Sometimes, though, (many times) I have to draw moral lines for him.

    As far as interest goes, I like to see the meaning behind things, but I find I can make a better big pictures if I have all the details I miss that he fills in for me. We will have long discussions on topics on which we have complete opposite perspective, and I find this fascinating and downright fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habba View Post
    Yes... everyone knows that it's inTp that everyone loves! You are so cute, yellow and furry.

    "Mommy, I can keep this one? Pleasepleasepleaseplease!!"


    note to xNFPs: (Just kidding, I'd never love anyone else but you! )
    ^Habba your such a player. Your giving us ISTJ's a bad name!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    PeaceBaby! You have an ISTJ, too. How neat is that?

    I've sometimes called mine "The Rock to my Kite." He keeps me anchored and I lift him out of the rut. (Well, a little.)

    Truth is the man is rock solid. Trustworthy, always equipped for any emergency and willing to help anyone, anytime. An INFP couldn't get so lucky.

    And, yes, sometimes he annoys the heck out of me. But that's my problem.
    ^ Maybe I need to find myself an INFP instead?

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    seems like someone is butthurt

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    Thank you to everyone for answering!

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    ........or an ISFJ...

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