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    Thank you all so much for your answers! I really appreciate it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Your question is all over the map. Are you asking if it's a common thing for ISFPs to read the particular things you listed?

    If so, I would think it would be hard to know the answer without surveying a large sample of ISFPs.

    My answer to those specific writings would be no. And I don't consider any of that to be "the finer things in life."

    Also, what is "Red Vs. Blue?"
    Please excuse the vagueness. I was wondering if ISFPs particularly appreciated the particular things I listed, but also other similar things. What do you consider to be the "finer things in life"? I apologize; I am not trying to sound pretentious or make any assumptions.

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    My ISFP is definitely not into literature (he's more blue collar-ish background).

    Neither he nor I would consider those the finer things in life though. I LOVE reading...but not (most of) the classics...blegh. Quite a few very notable exceptions mixed in there, but in general, not a fan. He doesn't really read at all other than technical books and the occasional bibliography (mostly musicians).

    When I think of the "finer things" I would be more inclined to think of dance, theatre, and fine dining rather than literature, but I know that it's a very fluid and subjective description.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    The ISFP I know is more into zen sayings and Eastern proverbs of sort. She is always gaining some deeper meaning from them and sharing it. I think it helps her.
    I've been really into zen and tao sayings and reading about zen and taosism was really interesting. I really don't know if I am into the finer things or not, all I can say is if I am into something, I am really into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caligula View Post

    Please excuse the vagueness. I was wondering if ISFPs particularly appreciated the particular things I listed, but also other similar things. What do you consider to be the "finer things in life"? I apologize; I am not trying to sound pretentious or make any assumptions.
    Excused. I think the finer things in life are having fun with friends and family, good music, good food, hugs, driving on the open road, feeling the wind on my face or the water around me, watching nature around me, seeing children laughing and having a good time. Stuff like that.

    Red Vs. Blue is an online show based off of Halo, it's incredibly funny but stupid humor.
    Ah, thanks. Never heard of it but then I'm pretty out of touch with what's popular these days.
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    All I know is that ISFP's are the finer things in life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Excused. I think the finer things in life are having fun with friends and family, good music, good food, hugs, driving on the open road, feeling the wind on my face or the water around me, watching nature around me, seeing children laughing and having a good time. Stuff like that.
    Oh yes, absolutely. Maybe I should have put "finer things" in quotes...

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    All I know is that ISFP's are the finer things in life.
    Haha!! 100% Agreed.

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