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    Twerking & Lurking ayoitsStepho's Avatar
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    personally my INFP friend showed me the test and after i took it i REALLY hated the outcome of the test lol. it made me feel like i was the lowest type of all. like the rug to be walked on. so i wanted to research myself to see if thats how all ISFJ's are or if im just in the wrong 'type'. My curiosity got the best of me and i really love this forum. I dont mind a good debate once in awhile, especially if i really believe in it.

    But i dont like wasting my energy [which i loose easily in debate] so i pick wisely about what i wanna debate about.
    But im gaining some self confidence in my type-ESPECIALLY because it seems so many people disrespect them here. It makes me feel unique.
    psht, why be like everyone else on here?
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    ^^ All the other types love us SJ's dearly .. They are unable to express it
    “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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    Sj's (emphasis on the small J) FTW.

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    I never quite understood the anti-S thought pattern on here.... I could have sworn the fundamental difference between Ss and Ns was the way in which we gather information.... So, to me, the frequency and depth of that information would reflect intelligence, not how.

    I suppose it's OK though....I have enough intellectual arrogance to make almost any N type blush.

    Always remember to flank your enemies. History won't remember how dramatic your failed frontal assault looked. - Dragon Age: Origins

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    Quote Originally Posted by FallaciaSonata View Post
    I suppose it's OK though....I have enough intellectual arrogance to make almost any N type blush.
    Not to mention we look better.
    "The present is theirs; the future, for which I have really worked, is mine."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Habba View Post
    Not to mention we look better.
    I'd have to agree completely
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    Quote Originally Posted by FallaciaSonata View Post
    I never quite understood the anti-S thought pattern on here.... I could have sworn the fundamental difference between Ss and Ns was the way in which we gather information.... So, to me, the frequency and depth of that information would reflect intelligence, not how.

    I suppose it's OK though....I have enough intellectual arrogance to make almost any N type blush.
    Lmao.

    There are some haters on here, their ignorance will bite them on the ass one day. You should judge/treat everyone as an individual and not make assumptions until you know the person well enough and have all the facts (ohhh, that's very S )

    The sad reality is though that S and N's can complement each other if the time is given.

    My ex wanted to buy a hot dog cart. He found one for sale so he went back to Canada for a month, enquired about permits and locations and reeled back all the info to me. Now me saying it how is it. He didn't pay no attention to where the cart would be located overnight, how he would buy the stock and where it could be stored (he doesn't drive) and what would happen should he run out of change or need to use the bathroom as he would be running it singlehandly. I was the one to tell him of the present details which he was paying no attention to.
    He came home after realising he hadn't actually considered everything.

    So yeah, N's may be the innovatives .. but we S's are living in the present moment.

    Now i am not one to squash anyone's dreams .. But if you haven't given thought to your ideas .. Then i am going to tell you what should be considered as an act of respect to someone i consider a friend.

    How is that bad in the long run?

    Now i have just got my close male friend to take the test .. I thought he was an ESTP (party animal) .. No, he is an ENTJ. We have no communication problems, neither of us take life to seriously and get on soooo well.
    I love when theories get blown out of the water.
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    Now there's something that happens to me every now and then....somebody comes up with some "great plan", which involves very little actual planning but has a neat ending. Of course, I have to be the buzz kill, and I ask them how they are going to make said idea happen.

    .....

    Right around there, I get glares. Or looks of awe. But mostly glares.

    I can't really point the finger too much though, because I'm not the greatest idea-generator. I just tear other people's ideas apart. (When I can clearly see they won't work, of course.)

    Just today, at my Introduction to Business class, this lady was complaining beforehand about not being able to open up a file through the internet at the school. (A class file, posted by the teacher.)

    Me, being the nice little camper that I am, proceed to point out what she did wrong, and then explain how to do it properly. Her response? "Hm, I don't know about that...."

    She didn't seem too keen on my way of doing it. So what does she do? When class starts, she asks the same question to the teacher. The teacher proceeds to explain, and not to my surprise, it is the exact same solution I told her ten minutes prior. But now her response changes. It's...: "Oh, I see. That's good. I can do that."

    Am I not respected just because I have the appearance of a teenager/student? I feel like an old guy trapped in a young man's body, as the commonly-used reworded phrase goes. Bah.
    Last edited by FallaciaSonata; 09-23-2009 at 03:22 PM. Reason: Grammatical error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    Now i am not one to squash anyone's dreams .. But if you haven't given thought to your ideas .. Then i am going to tell you what should be considered as an act of respect to someone i consider a friend.
    Yeah I do the same thing, usually if they want to hear it.

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    Not to mention we look better.
    lol yeah, but that's because we're more visually/auditorily/aesthetically aware.

    Quote Originally Posted by FallaciaSonata View Post
    Am I not respected just because I have the appearance of a teenager/student? I feel like an old guy trapped in a young man's body, as the commonly-used reworded phrase goes. Bah.
    Yeah, it seems that way. It's a pity but that's sometimes the way it goes. Maybe she was an N who didn't trust your opinion.

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