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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    Also, both INTs and ISJs can have kind of a grumpy, stubborn, pessimistic vibe and dry/sardonic sense of humor.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo View Post
    This is true. ISTJs can be especially dry and sarcastic.
    It is generally SJs who are dry and NTs who are more into wordplay. SPs are more into physical humor and NFs tend to be self-deprecating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    It is generally SJs who are dry and NTs who are more into wordplay. SPs are more into physical humor and NFs tend to be self-deprecating.
    GENERALIZATION ERROR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    GENERALIZATION ERROR
    I'm inclined to agree... Humor usually isn't that constrained to type. I know many people who use all those methods.

    I also agree with Recoleta and Substitute. See? This wasn't such a stretch of the brain after all!

    Ygolo, you have an interesting point, but actually I'd say that my dad's motivation is about the same as mine (sleep=not as high on the priority list). However, his priorities are very different from mine (I might actually put that down as a J vs. P difference, since he considers getting that last thing done to be more important than getting to work on time).

    Come to think of it, maybe I should have left out that anecdote. This discussion would be more fun without it. (My first thread... what do you expect?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nighthawk View Post
    My ISFJ wife and I are both very low drama ... most of the time. We both value a stable home life that is free of conflict. The fact that we're both introverts also helps us give each other the alone time that both need.
    Sounds like paradise....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nighthawk View Post
    My ISFJ wife and I are both very low drama ... most of the time. We both value a stable home life that is free of conflict. The fact that we're both introverts also helps us give each other the alone time that both need.
    i think my intp boyfriend and i have a similar type of thing going.

    also, we are both procrastinators, like staying up late, have similar humor styles, and are easy going. yeah, sure our brains work differently but that can be said about many people. i think he values neatness more than me, though from a purely practical veiwpoint...
    just throw it against the wall and see what sticks.

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