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    Quote Originally Posted by Warm View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by uberrogo View Post
    How you doin'?
    Great, but I could always be better. *winks*
    "Your voice is like chocolate...dreamy."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warm View Post
    Great, but I could always be better. *winks*
    My specialty *raises eye brows up and down*
    If Men's Health magazine was true, you would never need to buy more than one issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    Well, this question have been nagging me for a couple weeks now. I guess it's just out of curiosity though as Jeffster and some others were talking to me about it in vent. And since Warm refuses to help me by answering my questions...

    How does one go about finding and wooing an ISFJ?
    What do ISFJ's look for in a guy/girl?
    How similar are they to the ISTJ when it comes to relationships?
    Where do they "hide out"?
    How do they flirt?
    What types are they typically interested in?
    Well finding an ISFJ? .. I usually find them .. love the chase .. flew 3000 miles to get my ex .. lol
    Its all about personality and preferable someone who doesn't bite their finger nails and has lovely hands.
    I'm hiding in my fantasy land.
    Openly flirtatious with the right person.
    Sorry can't answer the final question .. i am not sure who my type is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Tell me, Tea Party, can I find ISFJs girls at a tea party? Do they still do that in their 20s and beyond?
    If you can actually manage to find a group of people over the age of 20 having a tea party together, I would not be surprised if some of them were ISFJs. xD

    And if you invited an ISFJ to a tea party they would totally want to come. C: It's the kind of party that an ISFJ would feel most comfortable at because it's structured and not loud or scary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    Well finding an ISFJ? .. I usually find them .. love the chase .. flew 3000 miles to get my ex .. lol
    Was your ex an ISFJ too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Yes there are a lot of ISFJs, just not on this website. More than likely you will be with one in a class Dave. I'd say a good way to identify them is to find that girl who is like an ISTJ, but softer and not logically driven in life. This doesn't mean that they are stupid, they, like every other feeler just don't think logic is that important compared to other things.
    Well, that's clearly because they're illogical, stupid nincompoops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tea Party View Post
    It's the kind of party that an ISFJ would feel most comfortable at because it's structured and not loud or scary.
    loud? scary? Where is the line drawn for loud and scary?
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    Hmm. The ISFJ I know was talking about tea parties last weekend...
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    Quote Originally Posted by uberrogo View Post
    My specialty *raises eye brows up and down*
    Woohooooooooo!!!
    "Your voice is like chocolate...dreamy."
    --WildHorses

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