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    Default isxp's are poor communicators

    some of the less socially trained are absolute poor communicators. never returning phone calls, emails, etc. yet in person they are normal, pussies most of them except for the happier variants.

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    personal agenda much? this is simply not true.

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    I don't know about ISXP's but I certainly have ran across poor communicators, as a matter of fact I just ran into one today...
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    Unless we don't want to talk to you, we are usually good with phone calls, and even better with email. As for the second half of your statement, I disagree.
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    personally, i hear about the troubles of istps, but i don't give a crap about istp women to be honest. all they gotta do is spread their legs and get some action. they probably get 2x action than istp men. i feel no sympathy nor pity towards them, infact i actually enjoy ridiculing them and making them feel small for that fact.

    i like how istp women on the internet proclaim themselves to be self-suffering sacrifices, when its more true for men than themselves. trust me on this, i speak the truth.

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    Every ISTP in my family also has an issue with keeping in touch. The ones in my family don't need to establish contact as frequently as most Es do and that has gotten the Es in my family a little frustrated. Personally, I don't mind doing most of the calling in order to keep in touch and I try not to guilt them into showing greater initiative in that respect.

    Just so you know, some might brand you a poor communicator.

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    The ISXP's I know are excellent at communicating when they actually want to communicate with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    The ISXP's I know are excellent at communicating when they actually want to communicate with you.
    Exactly.
    No offense.

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    ENFPs are all liars, and criminals too. HAHA no, but seriously, you're right. SPs can't talk. Huh? Have I slept? *wanders around*

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