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    Quote Originally Posted by sLiPpY View Post
    So tell us ISFP's how often do you get caught with jer pants down?

    aka...spanking it with a shampoo bottle hanging out of jer' arse?
    What the heck does "jer" mean? What planet do you come from?


    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
    I have a big question for all the ISFPs/ISFps out there:

    Objectively speaking, what do you think of this?


    Source: Questions & Answers

    I think absolutely nothing of it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rainne View Post
    ISFPs are pretty cool people.
    True.

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    Are ISFPs prone to rambling if they're nervous?
    Sometimes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oom View Post
    Most of the type profiles I've read for ISFPs say they don't like to talk too much and that they're generally not good with words. It seems that they must find different outlets to express how they feel, such as art, cooking, and other things like that.
    I did an audio blog thingy about that subject. It's buried somewhere in my regular blog. I would go find it, but I'm lazy. The gist of it was, though, that the ISFPs who are interested in words tend to get better at using them, and the ones who aren't don't. We're not likely to develop conversational skill just for the sake of it like some types will.

    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    What is the dominant function? How do ISFPs employ 'S' - Si or Se? What are some examples/ways they employ the Si or Se in a day-to-day manner?
    I think "Fi" and "Se" constantly battle for dominance in me. A lot of decisions probably lean heavily one way or the other but the best actions are a result of them working together in a way that produces awesomeness. Such as creating something that looks or sounds cool and also cheers someone up or makes them forget about their worries.

    I think I use "Si" to be nostalgic about the good times I remember and to aid me in making good decisions in the present based on the wisdom I have acquired from life experience.

    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    I have definitely rescued worms after a rainstorm, too! I just feel so bad for them. I guess then this (and other things too) makes me wonder... am I an ENFP very in touch with Se, or am I something else with an actual S in the name?
    Yes, you are obviously a Sensor. Worms are invisible to Intuitives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Yes, you are obviously a Sensor. Worms are invisible to Intuitives.

    I KNEW IT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sLiPpY View Post
    What? no fun tangents to wander off on for you? Surely you jest.
    I'm a little irritated that I can't figure out what topic is fun to go wonder off on. For right now I suppose there isn't. I can't find a pattern of it anywhere in my life. I'll get back to you on that.


    Quote Originally Posted by Oom View Post
    Most of the type profiles I've read for ISFPs say they don't like to talk too much and that they're generally not good with words. It seems that they must find different outlets to express how they feel, such as art, cooking, and other things like that.
    I suck at words and I hate the way I sound when I talk (I always felt as if I had a mannish voice). I'd much rather express myself physically.


    Quote Originally Posted by StrappingYoungLad View Post
    I do that only when I'm excited.

    When I'm nervous I shutdown myself from everything and everybody.
    Same. When I'm excited, I become a babbling fool with all this extra energy in me. I'm more prone to talk and jump off the roof at the same time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    What the heck does "jer" mean? What planet do you come from?
    "jer" as in "your"

    uh, planet Floridiot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
    I have a big question for all the ISFPs/ISFps out there:

    Objectively speaking, what do you think of this?


    Source: Questions & Answers

    I also think nothing of this. Sounds like nonsense.

    I have also definitely done some worm rescues.

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    Come on! Let's get this thread up and rolling!!
    Ask questions, do something please.

    Don't make me come over there!!
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    I LOVE ISFP's! Ok, well one in particular...

    I've been dating one for the past month and a bit. It's absolutely great. She is so soft and caring, she melts me like butter. Her Se notices all these things that aren't even on my radar. We appeal a lot to each other based on our common Fi, and I think her values are even stronger than mine. We're very comfortable with each other and we have a lot of fun on our dates.

    Any tips for a guy attracting an ISFP girl?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KarliJoanne View Post
    I also think nothing of this. Sounds like nonsense.

    I have also definitely done some worm rescues.
    I *love* your avatar! (if it is in fact you, otherwise forget it)

    ISFPs are pretty awesome.

    I think my good friend in college was/is an ISFP and perhaps my sister's husband.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clonester View Post
    Any tips for a guy attracting an ISFP girl?
    They're elusive, flighty creatures.

    *sets up a colorful candy trap w/ cookies and cupcakes*
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    Edward: Bebop here here! Alright woo hoo!
    Weathergirl: Chance of rock showers today upgraded to 90 percent.
    Edward: Really.

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