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    Senior Member HotpinkHeatwave's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roach View Post
    Hi. Your topic title convinced me in creating an account after 2 months of lurking.
    Haha! Well, you're welcome I guess.

    Quote Originally Posted by rhinosaur View Post
    I bet you've met one and just don't realize it.
    Probably! I might even KNOW an ISTP without realizing.. But I really don't think so.

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Matrix View Post
    You're an ENFP. You have good athletic abilities. Go to the gym and look for a group of men playing a game of basketball or volleyball. Find the one man who stands out as the best natural athlete.
    Ugh. I really dislike sports and I dislike being at the gym. It just doesn't interest me at all. I think it is because above all, I do NOT like competition. It irritates me to see people trying so hard to be better than everyone else. But anyhow, I'll take this advice and stop by the gym, just to observe. Shouldn't my attention naturally shift towards an ISTP?

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    Senior Member McRumi's Avatar
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    If you hear a devastating one-liner come from someone who is otherwise quiet, your search is over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McRumi View Post
    If you hear a devastating one-liner come from someone who is otherwise quiet, your search is over.
    Haha! Examples please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by McRumi View Post
    If you hear a devastating one-liner come from someone who is otherwise quiet, your search is over.
    depends on what you mean by devastating. But yes one liners from an otherwise quiet person is normal for an ISTP.
    Im out, its been fun

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    Um... Where do I spend time? I don't even know. I spend a lot of it at home on my computer or watching random stuff on Netflix. I'm not one of the very athletic ones altho I have a bike and sometimes I hike. I haven't done either in awhile 'cause it's too cold. I'm a programmer. I'm not likely to talk much with random people about work 'cause I know you think it's boring (as far as programmers go). I get glazed looks all of the time. I elaborate when they ask something like "What language?" and take it from there, lol.

    If you meet one, offer him/her some food. We'll come out and play for food. Preferably bacon.
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    Not Your Therapist Sinmara's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by McRumi View Post
    If you hear a devastating one-liner come from someone who is otherwise quiet, your search is over.
    Oh my god you made me snort my cranberry juice, you bastard. My dad does this all the time. As an example, after I hadn't gone to visit my parents for a while:

    Me: *goes to hug dad*
    Dad: *extends hand for a shake*
    Me: Why do you keep trying to shake my hand! *hugs*
    Dad: I always shake strangers' hands.
    Me: ......ouch. >.>

    ALSO!

    Me: Dad...I've gained weight! Do I look fat? ;_;
    Dad: *explosive snicker*
    Me: Oh, you son of a bitch...
    Dad: *fake angelic expression* What?

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    After sitting through training for a front end wizard based tool for programming.

    Me: "Its like programming for dummies"
    Im out, its been fun

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    Senior Member McRumi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    depends on what you mean by devastating. But yes one liners from an otherwise quiet person is normal for an ISTP.
    Devastatingly funny and accurate.

    If it were mean and inaccurate, that would be ENTJ.

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    Go to a car show, endless amount of straight faced machine whisperers there
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotpinkHeatwave View Post
    Where the hell are you? I'm interested atleast meeting ONE ISTP in my lifetime (I swear I have yet to meet one), but where do I look? Is there a certain distinct behavior in ISTPs that I can look for?
    In a bar? If there is a unoccupied pool table it won't be that way for long.

    In a room full of people? The quiet one who is looking around like they are going to steal something and laughing at nearby conversations even though they aren't actively involved in them.

    Oh. Also the person who leaves a party without saying goodbye to anyone.

    Quote Originally Posted by McRumi View Post
    If you hear a devastating one-liner come from someone who is otherwise quiet, your search is over.
    This too.
    ~luck favors the ready~


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