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    Quote Originally Posted by Clonester View Post
    Any tips for a guy attracting an ISFP girl?
    In all seriousness, you need to approach them in a playful, teasing and gentle manner. But don't be a fake. ISFPs can see right through you.

    That's how I got my ISFP gf =)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainne View Post
    They're elusive, flighty creatures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainne View Post
    In all seriousness, you need to approach them in a playful, teasing and gentle manner. But don't be a fake. ISFPs can see right through you.

    That's how I got my ISFP gf =)
    I actually agree. When looking for someone to share a relationship with, one of the things I look for is play mate capability. I'm such a little girl on the inside that I want someone who will run around outside, play tag, swing on the swing sets, just DO stuff with me. I want a relationship that is innocent in that way.

    Seriously, I've always wanted someone to use a pick up line on me. I'm just a goober and hope that someone would want to be a goober with me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainne View Post
    In all seriousness, you need to approach them in a playful, teasing and gentle manner. But don't be a fake. ISFPs can see right through you.

    That's how I got my ISFP gf =)
    Rainne, what is your relationship like?

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    Candy and coloured cupcakes, why didn't I think of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    I actually agree. When looking for someone to share a relationship with, one of the things I look for is play mate capability. I'm such a little girl on the inside that I want someone who will run around outside, play tag, swing on the swing sets, just DO stuff with me. I want a relationship that is innocent in that way.

    Seriously, I've always wanted someone to use a pick up line on me. I'm just a goober and hope that someone would want to be a goober with me.
    yeah I'm going to agree too ISFP girls really just want a playmate. Not sure about the pickup line though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winter_wren View Post
    yeah I'm going to agree too ISFP girls really just want a playmate. Not sure about the pickup line though.
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    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'm terrible with that kind of stuff. however, i am good with words- i just don't like using them too much. i love word games- scrabble, word searches, crosswords, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairdoug View Post
    i'm terrible with that kind of stuff. however, i am good with words- i just don't like using them too much. i love word games- scrabble, word searches, crosswords, etc.
    I am good at using words in a silly or artful way. I suck at giving directions or explaining myself- it's one contradiction after the other or lots of 'uh's. I hate talking about myself (note 'talking'. I can write about myself plenty.. ) Likewise, I love word games. I can get excruciatingly focused on a crossword puzzle, to the detriment of the rest of my existence. Like most others have mentioned, I can barely formulate a sentence if I am self-conscious or intimidated, but when I am excited about something, I can for sure babble. But I don't keep it going like some. I'd much rather just rock out to some music or something. I love relationships/ doing things where little talking is required, or the other person doesn't ask me lots of questions at least.

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    I'm not biased or anything but I think ISFPs are the shit.
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