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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    poor puppies.
    Yes, feel for the puppies.

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    ISTP:
    -Get's shit done every once in a while.
    -Carsexcercisekillingboom!
    -Protagonist of an action movie
    -Calmly walks away from explosions
    -Clint Eastwood.

    ISFP:
    -Couch potato
    -Remote's too far away.
    -Overgrown child.
    -Artartfartartart!
    -Micheal Jackson.

    At least that's what I've gathered from the internet.

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    Well, as I've gotten older I've always thought I was becoming more ISFP. I made an employee of mine cry tonight. I felt bad but not really. I felt bad because they took it as really bad. I'm pretty calm, laid back, accepting...but after twenty times of being nice and not being heard, I will and can implement hard core mode and rip someone up. When we do this I think it throws a lot of people off. Because it's not the "norm". Because I can say things very nicely but after so many times you have to be a dick and in pressure situations, that is what people respond to. So yeah. I'm not ISFP.

    Edit: *with people who aren't good in pressure situations. I would take a different approach with different people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsunderes View Post
    ISTP:
    -Get's shit done every once in a while.
    -Carsexcercisekillingboom!
    -Protagonist of an action movie
    -Calmly walks away from explosions
    -Clint Eastwood.

    ISFP:
    -Couch potato
    -Remote's too far away.
    -Overgrown child.
    -Artartfartartart!
    -Micheal Jackson.

    At least that's what I've gathered from the internet.
    lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Well, as I've gotten older I've always thought I was becoming more ISFP. I made an employee of mine cry tonight. I felt bad but not really. I felt bad because they took it as really bad. I'm pretty calm, laid back, accepting...but after twenty times of being nice and not being heard, I will and can implement hard core mode and rip someone up. When we do this I think it throws a lot of people off. Because it's not the "norm". Because I can say things very nicely but after so many times you have to be a dick and in pressure situations, that is what people respond to. So yeah. I'm not ISFP.

    Edit: *with people who aren't good in pressure situations. I would take a different approach with different people.
    I remember being told it was hard to read when I was going to get angry as a leader. Calm, calm and bang. A lot like what you explained here.

    I think isfp and istp can be pretty similar irl. There seem to be isfp that are similar to istp, isfp that are more infp, and the same with istp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
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    Boy I hate when that happens
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poki View Post
    I did mean ISTP, I just wanted to point out that an ISTP does have Fi somewhere in there. Its just we have a huge dominance for Ti that Fi rarely does show its head.

    Shy is about the only portion of timid that I have.
    No, we have Fe, yes e, it is our inferior. Don't even talk about functions if you don't know what they are. And you said that we had Ti, which is correct, and if you knew that you should've known that we had Fe because it is the opposite.

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