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    Quote Originally Posted by tinker683 View Post
    I wish!! Last time I tried baking something, it was a cake and apparently what was supposed to be a triple layer fudge cake turned into three black frisbees with fudge frosting on them
    But were they DELICIOUS frisbees??
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    But were they DELICIOUS frisbees??
    You needed to smash them against the counter to break them apart so I'm not sure how edible they were... but they were chocolate flavored so I imagine they were, yes
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    Meh. I don't go out of my way to either uphold or go against the grain of tradition. Sometimes it ends up being one or the other. Can't speak for any other ISFJs, of course.

    But this on the other hand...

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    All ISFJs are the masters of baking.
    ... I fit perfectly.

    *hands out masterful ISFJ baked goods to everyone*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tabula View Post

    But this on the other hand...



    ... I fit perfectly.

    *hands out masterful ISFJ baked goods to everyone*
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    I really like cats and food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tabula View Post
    Meh. I don't go out of my way to either uphold or go against the grain of tradition. Sometimes it ends up being one or the other. Can't speak for any other ISFJs, of course.
    I am the same. I just go with what I like (Fi?) but often times I like the tradition. It makes me feel warm and fuzzy.

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    Gender roles probably yes. Religious, cultural not entirely sure. The Ti would start questioning things. However they might not be verbal about their disagreements on such sensitive subjects unless they (others) feel threatened - they feel reluctant to disappoint others/hold disagreements. I think a more important question is whether they are good on bed.

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    Well, I consider myself a traditionalist. So yes.

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    My ISFJ sister is in some ways a traditionalist, but in other ways not. She's a history professor who believes adamantly in Jesus Christ and family life; however, she's also very liberal-leaning and is always ready to smack down some conservatives with a healthy dose of reality. I think, however, that she is very grounded -- thus beating people down with reality with heavy use of some combination Si-Fe-Ti. She's also a rare ISFJ 5, though, and for the longest time I thought she was an ISTJ.
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    when they are young, no but as their time passes, yes. being called a traditionalist to them is a bad thing because they don't want to be like their parents
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    My ISFJ friend/roommate is definitely a traditionalist and proud of it. She defines herself by her experiences and habits. I think we all do that to some extent, but she's actually conscious of how pervasive it is and she likes it that way.

    Whether or not that applies to all ISFJs, I couldn't say.

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