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    To you ISFP ladies, I have to say this: "Thank you for being so enticingly awesome. you are, simply put, the coolest sensory users. I would like to know what you find attractive in a guy. This is open ended; general things and details are both useful. Also, if you wouldn't mind I would like to know what kind of dates do you find to be the most stimulating.
    I have good intetions, I swear

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    My friend is ISFP. She is quite friendly and fun, but she can be stubborn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niberrizbe25 View Post
    To you ISFP ladies, I have to say this: "Thank you for being so enticingly awesome. you are, simply put, the coolest sensory users. I would like to know what you find attractive in a guy. This is open ended; general things and details are both useful. Also, if you wouldn't mind I would like to know what kind of dates do you find to be the most stimulating.
    I have good intetions, I swear

    Nico
    I'm probably twice the age of most around here, but thank you for the generalized group compliment anyway, and I'll give you an answer.

    Maybe you have good intentions, or are doing a scientific survey, or feel unsure of yourself and that makes you ask for advice. So I'll give you a break and not say that your intentions don't seem all that good, I swear.

    What I find attractive in a guy would not be:

    (a) someone trying to figure out what kind of dates would win over an ISFP and then trying to create those occasions, or
    (b) someone wanting to know what ISFPs find attractive and then trying to be that guy.

    I would want someone to be themselves. Then, if there are things that both of us enjoy, those activities will make good things for dates. And if there are qualities a guy has that attract me, and ones I have that attract a guy, we have something very real to explore and delight in, and no one is pretending, and no one will be used.

    Authenticity. And see what happens from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodgrief View Post
    My friend is ISFP. She is quite friendly and fun, but she can be stubborn.
    An SP stubborn? What?!?!?! You have got to be kidding me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeafAndSky View Post
    I'm probably twice the age of most around here, but thank you for the generalized group compliment anyway, and I'll give you an answer.

    Maybe you have good intentions, or are doing a scientific survey, or feel unsure of yourself and that makes you ask for advice. So I'll give you a break and not say that your intentions don't seem all that good, I swear.

    What I find attractive in a guy would not be:

    (a) someone trying to figure out what kind of dates would win over an ISFP and then trying to create those occasions, or
    (b) someone wanting to know what ISFPs find attractive and then trying to be that guy.

    I would want someone to be themselves. Then, if there are things that both of us enjoy, those activities will make good things for dates. And if there are qualities a guy has that attract me, and ones I have that attract a guy, we have something very real to explore and delight in, and no one is pretending, and no one will be used.

    Authenticity. And see what happens from there.
    +1

    What I loved about my husband when dating him was what you saw was what you got, he was himself. He didn't try to impress me or woo me. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sLiPpY View Post
    An SP stubborn? What?!?!?! You have got to be kidding me.
    Sure, Fi and Ti are probably the most stubborn functions.
    Act your age not your enneagram number.

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    Just here to share my love for ESFPs. They are awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeafAndSky View Post
    I'm probably twice the age of most around here, but thank you for the generalized group compliment anyway, and I'll give you an answer.

    Maybe you have good intentions, or are doing a scientific survey, or feel unsure of yourself and that makes you ask for advice. So I'll give you a break and not say that your intentions don't seem all that good, I swear.

    What I find attractive in a guy would not be:

    (a) someone trying to figure out what kind of dates would win over an ISFP and then trying to create those occasions, or
    (b) someone wanting to know what ISFPs find attractive and then trying to be that guy.

    I would want someone to be themselves. Then, if there are things that both of us enjoy, those activities will make good things for dates. And if there are qualities a guy has that attract me, and ones I have that attract a guy, we have something very real to explore and delight in, and no one is pretending, and no one will be used.

    Authenticity. And see what happens from there.
    Thank you, I appreciate the imput. It changes my perspective about the subject

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeafAndSky View Post
    I'm probably twice the age of most around here, but thank you for the generalized group compliment anyway, and I'll give you an answer.

    Maybe you have good intentions, or are doing a scientific survey, or feel unsure of yourself and that makes you ask for advice. So I'll give you a break and not say that your intentions don't seem all that good, I swear.

    What I find attractive in a guy would not be:

    (a) someone trying to figure out what kind of dates would win over an ISFP and then trying to create those occasions, or
    (b) someone wanting to know what ISFPs find attractive and then trying to be that guy.

    I would want someone to be themselves. Then, if there are things that both of us enjoy, those activities will make good things for dates. And if there are qualities a guy has that attract me, and ones I have that attract a guy, we have something very real to explore and delight in, and no one is pretending, and no one will be used.

    Authenticity. And see what happens from there.
    ha! so...isfp fi yeah? i loove it.
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