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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    They make the best moms
    Seconded.

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    We don't like to be the center of attention so I am going back to the sidelines.. ~group hug~
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    Yes, please...group hug. We might make everyone else barf though.
    Let them barf .. I don't care

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    Why are you rolling your eyes MR??

    Quote Originally Posted by Walking Tourist View Post
    Sure, I like a big group hug, too.

    I couldn't find an actual group hug smilie so I did this group dance one instead. Just imagine it as a really bouncy hug.
    Love it ..

    Quote Originally Posted by Eiddy View Post
    We don't like to be the center of attention so I am going back to the sidelines.. ~group hug~
    Oh no you don't darling .. I am pulling you from the side lines and bringing you closer. You will only feel uncomfortable for a moment, then you will love the attention.

    Big Squishy Group Hugs ..

    (Note to oneself - Behave, don't want people to see you really are a sensitive soul.)
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    aw i love simple people too
    and by love i mean grabbing your bums
    you guys don't mind do you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by velocity View Post
    aw i love simple people too
    and by love i mean grabbing your bums
    you guys don't mind do you?

    What do you mean simple?? We are the carers of the world.

    lol .. hmmm, NO, grab my bum darling and i'll break your arm, but ask for a hug and i will generously give you the biggest squeeze ever.
    “I made you take time to look at what I saw and when you took time to really notice my flower, you hung all your associations with flowers on my flower and you write about my flower as if I think and see what you think and see—and I don't.”
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    I love the *SFJ. My Mum is ISFJ and my wife is ESFJ. They do make great Mums.

    I'll pass on any group hugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    Why are you rolling your eyes MR??


    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    Big Squishy Group Hugs ..
    ^That's why I rolled my eyes. I think I will pass on the group hugs. ISTJ's are like ISFJ's who can live without hugging and other emotionaly expression.

    Why are ISFJ's such great mom's? What about the ISTJ's females? Certainly they aren't THAT much different?
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    Thanks Saslou; and Dave my soon to be 12 year old, can make rice, casseroles, donuts, pancakes and what ever else needs to be cooked. She can take complete care of a younger sibling and knows how to clean a house. Plus complete all her homework assignments. I forgot she can crochet too. I will teach her knitting when she shows more interest.

    My 10 year old can pretty much fix electronic items and disconnect and reconnect wires on his remote control car so that know one but him can use it and that was a few years ago.

    Now my 3 year old shes not only precocious, but she is highly intelligent and so funny that you know when she is around.

    My 15 year old, is the most loving kid and although he has A.D.D. I never have to ask him to wash dishes he does it himself willingly. He wakes himself up and gets ready for school, takes out the trash and helps hang out the clothes from time to time.

    So it's not that we make great moms it's that we have GREAT kids!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post

    Why are ISFJ's such great mom's? What about the ISTJ's females? Certainly they aren't THAT much different?
    My boyfriend's sis is an ISTJ. She's great! Very uncomplicated, very little drama, very pleasant, smart, and sweet lady.


    Quote Originally Posted by Eiddy View Post
    Thanks Saslou; and Dave my soon to be 12 year old, can make rice, casseroles, donuts, pancakes and what ever else needs to be cooked. She can take complete care of a younger sibling and knows how to clean a house. Plus complete all her homework assignments. I forgot she can crochet too. I will teach her knitting when she shows more interest.

    My 10 year old can pretty much fix electronic items and disconnect and reconnect wires on his remote control car so that know one but him can use it and that was a few years ago.

    Now my 3 year old shes not only precocious, but she is highly intelligent and so funny that you know when she is around.

    My 15 year old, is the most loving kid and although he has A.D.D. I never have to ask him to wash dishes he does it himself willingly. He wakes himself up and gets ready for school, takes out the trash and helps hang out the clothes from time to time.

    So it's not that we make great moms it's that we have GREAT kids!!!
    Ohhhhh!!! So lucky. Your kids sound great! I want kids NOW! My ISFJ and I are waiting until we get married but I wouldn't mind if we had a baby tomorrow. *sigh* He is going to be the best dad!!!

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    Ohhhhh!!! So lucky. Your kids sound great! I want kids NOW! My ISFJ and I are waiting until we get married but I wouldn't mind if we had a baby tomorrow. *sigh* He is going to be the best dad!!!
    If the both of you had kids, I would consider them so lucky. Two great personalities and looks to match..
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