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    ISFPs are all sensitive n shit...like the ISFP friends i know get all googly and warm yuck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by countrygirl View Post
    Your discriptions reminds me of this:

    ISFP - soft on the outside, tough on the inside

    ISTP - tough on the outside, soft on the inside
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    ^ That right there... makes people underestimate the ISFP sometimes, I think. I especially do not like it if someone sees my friendliness as being dependent/needy/weak in some way. I end up showing people that..I'm more independent than they could ever be. Mercilessly, I might add. It sucks, but whatever. ..Oh look, cake! Mmmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    ^ That right there... makes people underestimate the ISFP sometimes, I think. I especially do not like it if someone sees my friendliness as being dependent/needy/weak in some way. I end up showing people that..I'm more independent than they could ever be. Mercilessly, I might add. It sucks, but whatever. ..Oh look, cake! Mmmmmm
    That is an interesting point. I think people often overestimate the extent of the friendliness and get surprised by the independence. ISFP are fiercely independent I think. Especially when it comes to style, not style as in fashion. Style as in, "this is how I do it, bugger off".

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    This is all interesting but, for now, I'm sticking with isxp. Right now, I'm thinking isfp but, tomorrow, it will probably be istp.
    Decisive is not part of my personality, so I guess that "J" isn't an option for me.
    I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle and here is my spout. Every time I steam up, I give a shout. Just tip me over and pour me out.

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    I think you are ISFP WT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Walking Tourist View Post
    This is all interesting but, for now, I'm sticking with isxp. Right now, I'm thinking isfp but, tomorrow, it will probably be istp.
    Decisive is not part of my personality, so I guess that "J" isn't an option for me.


    Lets test where your ISTP/ISFP breaking point is.

    It's 3:00 AM... freezing.. you're on the highway... You suddenly pass a truck stalled on the side of the road.. two girls are outside, stranded.. you don't really want to bother, but... ugh.. damnit, OK.. so you turn around. OR DID YOU turn around at all? Maybe your F is extremely weak, that you're a jerk, and you didn't care.

    Lets say it's not weak though and you turned around. For what reason then? What was dominant in your mind? How were you expressing concern? Were you thinking in terms of fixing their truck, or did you simply feel sorry for them.. and figured just being there might help?

    Anyways, so you're there.. what do you ask them first? Do you ask about the car first, and want to pop open the hood.. Or do you just stand and meander for a sec, introduce yourself... get their names.. maybe comment on how freaking cold it is as a way of indicating sympathy? Also, you notice that one of them is hot, and has her titties popping out of her jacket.. Are you.. still thinking about the car?

    errr.. wait, tits are beside the point. i'm confusing matters.

    Further, it turns out they just ran out of gas. No biggie if you're an ISTP. You have a spare tank in the trunk, right? RIGHT? Along with tools and shit. The ISFP OTOH stockpiles trash and CD's in his car. Maybe he has some tools? He doesn't know, and it doesn't register with him to check.

    Anyhow, do you save the day like an ISTP would and fill their tank up right there? Or do you drive them to nearest gas station... end up making friends on that short ride.. actually talk to them a bit.. charm them.. secretly cared about what tunes were in the background..? Most importantly, they called you an angel, and you ended up leaving with their numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
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    Anyhow, do you save the day like an ISTP would and fill their tank up right there? Or do you drive them to nearest gas station... end up making friends on that short ride.. actually talk to them a bit.. charm them.. and end up getting their numbers?
    I drive them and make friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Lets test where your ISTP/ISFP breaking point is.

    It's 3:00 AM... freezing.. you're on the highway... You suddenly pass a truck stalled on the side of the road.. two girls are outside, stranded.. you don't really want to bother, but... ugh.. damnit, OK.. so you turn around. OR DID YOU turn around at all? Maybe your F is extremely weak, that you're a jerk, and you didn't care.

    Lets say it's not weak though and you turned around. For what reason then? What was dominant in your mind? How were you expressing concern? Were you thinking in terms of fixing their truck, or did you simply feel sorry for them.. and figured just being there might help?

    Anyways, so you're there.. what do you ask them first? Do you ask about the car first, and want to pop open the hood.. Or do you just stand and meander for a sec, introduce yourself... get their names.. maybe comment on how freaking cold it is as a way of indicating sympathy? Also, you notice that one of them is hot, and has her titties popping out of her jacket.. Are you.. still thinking about the car?

    errr.. wait, tits are beside the point. i'm confusing matters.

    Further, it turns out they just ran out of gas. No biggie if you're an ISTP. You have a spare tank in the trunk, right? RIGHT? Along with tools and shit. The ISFP OTOH stockpiles trash and CD's in his car. Maybe he has some tools? He doesn't know, and it doesn't register with him to check.

    Anyhow, do you save the day like an ISTP would and fill their tank up right there? Or do you drive them to nearest gas station... end up making friends on that short ride.. actually talk to them a bit.. charm them.. and end up getting their numbers?
    I have a extra gas container in my trunk.
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