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    Quote Originally Posted by istpunk View Post
    They're like pandas.

    Their cousins:

    ISTP: Jaguar
    INFP: Koala
    ESFP: Hyena
    ISFJ: Eagle
    You mean ISFJ: Mouse.
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    I'm not too original, I love ISFPs too.
    One of my best friend is ISFP and he's great,cool and soft, I profit of this thread to make big dedication for him.
    I've many other pals ISFPs and they're cool too, I like them very much. ISFPs are pleasure oriented, seeking fun, and above all, find it, so, I don't hesitate to follow them. They've great esthetical sense applied on clothes, music, girls or sexual behavior, but in generally, apllied in a artistical and esthetical view of the life that they seems to be composers of it.
    They're a little like ESFPs but more subtile and less tiring. Fortunately, there's many ISFPs, perhaps 9 percent or almost of the american population and almots 6 per cent of the french population, so, I'm surpised to seem peoples on this thread affirming to don't know anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revolve View Post
    ISFPs are wonderful, genuine, sweet, thoughtful, kind, considerate, have great manners, are super fun & nifty
    I love that you made this your first post.

    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    word ISFPs are ballin' outta control son
    Word.

    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    They're a little like ESFPs but more subtile and less tiring. Fortunately, there's many ISFPs, perhaps 9 percent or almost of the american population and almots 6 per cent of the french population, so, I'm surpised to seem peoples on this thread affirming to don't know anyone.
    I dunno what the exact percentage is, but I'm not surprised we would not be well known. We are not outgoing and loud usually, so you have to actually make a bit of an effort to get to know us. I feel like I am as friendly as I can be, but I still end up by myself a lot of the time, it just sorta happens that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    I dunno what the exact percentage is, but I'm not surprised we would not be well known. We are not outgoing and loud usually, so you have to actually make a bit of an effort to get to know us. I feel like I am as friendly as I can be, but I still end up by myself a lot of the time, it just sorta happens that way.
    Yeah, It takes us a little while to warm up our engines...

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    Hehehehe...I agree with nozflubber...we really do avoid conflict sometimes because it can be uncomfortable, but the good thing is, an ISFP can listen to both/many sides of an issue w/o judging and can kick back and relax. Traits particularly important in today's turbulent world...

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    so cuddly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge View Post
    so cuddly
    Cuddly?

    I will cut you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo_(operalover) View Post
    Cuddly?

    I will cut you.
    you KNOW that you're cuddly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by istpunk View Post
    They're like pandas.

    Their cousins:

    ISTP: Jaguar
    INFP: Koala
    ESFP: Hyena
    ISFJ: Eagle
    No way!
    ISFP: WILL CUT YOU, AND NOT CARE
    ISTP: Bunnies
    INFP: DROP BEARS
    ESFP: RABID GOATS
    ISFJ: RATTLESNAKES
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    I love ISFPs, they help me hide the bodies without asking too many questions and still wanna grab a beer afterwards

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