...or just plain wrong?
Differences I've noted between Te and Fe:
* Te expects people around him to voice their opinions, atleast when asked. Only what is said, matters (well, in a perfect Te world)
- Fe is more inclined to find out what others are thinking without asking, and then tries to ask in a way that no one has to disagree or object against greater majority.
* Te is more prideful
- Fe tries to fit in more
* Te laughs at funny stuff
- Fe laughs to connect
* Te is never right or wrong, facts are.
- Fe sees being wrong embarassing.
I know some very intelligent Fe persons, and they can totally outlogic many Tes. And I know many Tes who know how to be much more empathic than Fe persons. So I think T-F thing is more about person's relationship to facts and logic than person's skills with logic and empathy. I feel that Tes detach themselves more from the matters of fact and truth, while Fe seem to personalize them more.
Oh, concrete examples were asked...
Well, I'm ISTJ and I used to know one ISFJ (male too) too.
Whenever we (me, him and our girlfriends) tried to find out a restaurant to have a dinner, he would _always_ say "I'm okay with everything" and not once did he make suggestions where to eat. I, on the other hand, stated very clearly what I did and didn't want to eat. I guess he didn't want to ruin the night by being too picky, but I didn't want to ruin my night just because someone wanted to go place I didn't like.
Also, the girls loved to sing karaoke with Singstars... and few times they tried to force us to sing too. I said that I didn't like any of the songs in the game (pretty much all the songs were mainstream rock/pop, which I don't listen to at all), while ISFJ often would agree to sing (even if he was the worst singer in the history of lousy singers... and he didn't really know much english either).
All in all, he was always trying to be nice, while I was always trying to make things go the way I liked them.
Oh, and he was studying maths at local university, while I studied computer sciences. Board games were a shared hobby, and I think he had an advantage when it came to more mathematical games, while I had the advantage when it came to more "game"-like games (in which you have to know what others are doing, rather than trying to optimize your own game).