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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    Their predictability and loyalty is attractive.
    Heck ya, they are super reliable also!

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    The way they cheer people up and are so vibrant.
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    Their predictability and loyalty is attractive.
    I like this answer best!
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    I just read somewhere that Natalie Portman is supposed to be an ISTJ, and I have a HUGE girl crush on her, so there's that.

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    I really only know one ISTJ, a lady. Perhaps my opinion is relevant as an ESFP. She is a very good friend of mine and we actually get along very well despite being very different types. I agree with @Habba here:

    As for your concerns about ESFPs... it's natural for them to try to find people like themselves to have fun. But usually they can't stomach intensive relationships with people like themselves. I have actually heard few ESFPs saying that they couldn't stand a clone of themselves. In a serious relationships opposites begin to attract more, same as skills to communicate between types.
    Definitely true (though Idk why you're concerned about ESFPs in particular, or if that was just a random example). I personally am in love with all ISFJs, but it's practically the same. ESFPs (and probably other more crazy types) will generally want to settle down with one of you reliable types. I definitely could not stand a clone of myself, though I generally find the company of other ESFPs pleasant as they are generally agreeable. I think an ISTJ and ESFP could make a nice couple because ESFPs secretly wish for a little structure, I think, but don't really have the self discipline to impose it upon themselves. That doesn't mean we ENJOY structure really, at least not too much, but we need SOME. Left to our own devices, we can get into some shit (debt, living in filth, excess, etc). XD

    Plus, I really don't think ISTJs are all that boring. My ISTJ friend that I mentioned is hilarious, PLUS reliable, hardworking, respectable, and tough minded. I have a lot of respect for her and people like her.
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    ISTJS have alot of determination and drive to get shit done that's for sure. They are also pretty decisive when it comes to alot of things unlike istps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jstrazz View Post
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    I have always wondered what men and women find attractive in ISTJ men and women? I think that in this day and age, responsibility and security are scoffed at and women only want men who are risk takers and wild or what not, and men only want spontaneous fun-loving women? The ESFP's I know are looking for partners who are wild and want to have a good time, and yet the MBTI suggests that they would be naturally drawn to ISTJ/ISFJ's. Thoughts?

    ISTJ loyalty is a huge attraction thing for me. Though it is charechteristic for an ENFP to not be loyal, i am extreemly. It makes me phisically sick to be emotionally attached to someone who isnt loyal. Part of this might be because of my parents divorce, and/or because of previous disheartening relationships ive had the pleasure of enduring. Cheating on someone is disgusting to the core. ISTJ commitment is not typically taken lightly, and that is a tremendous relief. Loyalty is one of the most beautifull charechteristics a person can obtain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qatie:) View Post
    ISTJ loyalty is a huge attraction thing for me. Though it is charechteristic for an ENFP to not be loyal, i am extreemly. It makes me phisically sick to be emotionally attached to someone who isnt loyal. Part of this might be because of my parents divorce, and/or because of previous disheartening relationships ive had the pleasure of enduring. Cheating on someone is disgusting to the core. ISTJ commitment is not typically taken lightly, and that is a tremendous relief. Loyalty is one of the most beautifull charechteristics a person can obtain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayness View Post
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    So grumpy but loveable? A kind of curmudgeonly but huggable person?

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