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    I'm a girl, [edited] :rolli:

    I'm amazed by your ability to recognize classic cartoon characters...

    just because you can doesn't mean you're going to get a good reaction for doing it
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    maybe she wants to hear the views of rationals ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by human101 View Post
    maybe she wants to hear the views of rationals ?
    then she should have addressed it so... this seems arbitrarily placed since there was NO explanation for why it was here other than "because I can"

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    Quote Originally Posted by human101 View Post
    maybe she wants to hear the views of rationals ?
    That is accurate...

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    My view is that:

    - You should dump him, it's pretty clear you're not into each other. (Or at least you're not into him.)

    - I have no clue what type he is, based on this limited information. I'm not sure how you'd figure it out either. And, of course, it's inconsequential considering you're dumping him.

    ^^ NT efficiency
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    My experience with the male ISFJ I know has been very frustrating.... To the point where I hardly speak to him any more. He has no real sense of humor, keeps up with time as though he were an atomic clock, and takes offense to almost everything I say. It appears to be a relationship of major misunderstanding.... And then there is his constant need for reassurance and compliments, even though he gives nothing back in return.

    He is also very worried about his status and what others think of him. Stiff as a board, if you will. While he is capable of kindness some of the time, it is a poor compensation for the 90% of the time where he is just plain annoying. The ISFJ male is not a good choice for romantic relations for the ENFP female in my opinion!

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    Staying in a relationship for the physical chemistry is just inviting trouble in the long term. The obvious answer is obvious.

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    Well, my boyfriend is ISFJ, and he doesn't annoy me in general (obviously now and then, like any types in a relationship, but not a lot, and not because of type.) He's one of the nicest people, and we run very smoothly. I could see how maybe the more extroverted people could get bored, but I'm happy. He doesn't put words in my mouth, and he does have a sense of humour. Obviously if someone is continuously annoying you, it's not a good sign!
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    If this guy is an ISFJ, then he sounds like a really immature one. I'd say to kindly kick the poor lad to the curb as he has some growing up to do.

    Man I swear, I wonder sometimes if I really am the right type (even though I consistently score as ISFJ). I keep hearing these horror stories about ISFJ males and I wonder how I managed to turn out well (or well enough anyway).

    We're not all bad, I swear! I have a very dry, sarcastic sense of humor and have a sufficient self-esteem to where I don't need constant praise and affection (although it is always nice ). Granted, I can be really quiet a lot of times but isn't because I don't like talking to you, it's just because I don't have anything to say at the moment.

    I'm sorry to hear you guys have had such bad experiences. I hope things work out for the best though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by illume View Post
    My experience with the male ISFJ I know has been very frustrating.... To the point where I hardly speak to him any more. He has no real sense of humor, keeps up with time as though he were an atomic clock, and takes offense to almost everything I say. It appears to be a relationship of major misunderstanding.... And then there is his constant need for reassurance and compliments, even though he gives nothing back in return.

    He is also very worried about his status and what others think of him. Stiff as a board, if you will. While he is capable of kindness some of the time, it is a poor compensation for the 90% of the time where he is just plain annoying. The ISFJ male is not a good choice for romantic relations for the ENFP female in my opinion!

    Being stiff as a board is better for your posture.

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