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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    Oh yeah?! Well my kite is a unicorn that farts butterflies and hearts! <3

    My dragon doesn't fart, but he's just as happy as your unicorn. Look he's smiling


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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    I don't even wear clothes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    It's not. That is something that I seek. I really wish that I could find something like that. I am only really attracted to relationship situations if I see them as working out in the long term; or if it's something purely casual and both me and her know it. But I'd prefer an LTR monogamous relationship. I can't imagine it being any other way.
    Completely agreed! Long term, or nothing serious at all. No point in wasted effort. Either I just want your booty or the real deal, in it for real, soul mate, melt into you, come find me in hell - relationship. Haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    Hey isfps: if you never freaking complain how are we supposed to tell when you're just avoiding conflict vs. genuinely not bothered?
    I'm an ISFP that has noooo problem being assertive and aggressive when I feel it is necessary, or if it is something I feel strongly about. Any of my roommates, exboyfriends or bosses could quickly back me up on this claim. But I won't typically start an argument unless I feel like something just doesn't make sense, or isn't fair, or if I think something is just retarded, or if I feel like someone is trying to get the upper hand on me. I question authority a lot! If it's a fight with a friend or boyfriend, I am typically looking for a solution. I don't necessarily scream, yell or kick... but want to sit down and clear the table.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    I don't know how many ISFPs do that, but it makes sense to me. I am continually torn myself (maybe that's what the whole Fi/Se thing is) - I think I do desire a life-long relationship, but at the same time I don't want to be tied down and obligated to things. I want to experience the pleasures of life, including many different women, yet part of me believes that there is virtue in finding just one who is the right one in all aspects. It's a constant paradox.
    I have that same torn feeling. That desire to have a life long partner, but not wanting to be tied down at the same time. I suppose I'm hoping that feeling will fade with age, and while I'm still young enough, go out and experience all I can. That way, one day I can fully commit without regrets.



    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    I would say "norm-conflicting" doesn't usually bother SPs too much. We specialize in messing with norms.

    But to answer your other questions, you'll likely never convince an SFP to rationalize anything. We are proudly irrational.
    lol!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Ming View Post
    1) Being an ESFP, I sometimes get it confused between the two. What is the difference?
    My roommate is actually an ESFP. Big difference between us. She is DEFINITELY a performer and entertainer. She tells elaborate stories that she acts out at the same time, and talks and talks and talks. Me? I'm quieter. Especially with more people around. I'll have random bursts of silliness. But I'm more action and less talk, I suppose, say in a party setting or big group setting. When we're both at home, I'm more inclined to go hide in my room to do my thing and be alone. Where as, she's always in the living room or kitchen where she can have contact with who ever else is home. (We live with a lot of people and have a lot of guests that come in and out!) I can be quite chatty in one on one situations, but like I said, in the group setting, it might seem like I'm social, but I do little talking in those situations, but can still go with the flow of energy and have fun and entertain in a quieter/ less chatty/ but still silly fun way than my ESFP roommate. She's much more audible and center stage.

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    Are you guys observant? Forgetful?

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    Does she look like she's part of the ISFP family?

    Last edited by You; 08-30-2010 at 03:50 AM.
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    Noon, you confuse me.. We're not that different on that (except I'm not a 7). Where would any of us be without imagination anyways? I think even Jeffster, talking in that quote as he does, still appreciates the products of imagination at least... and not reality completely.

    I wonder where the line begins or ends on this one? What does it mean to say "reality is enough"? What is reality? I don't even know what that is sometimes. What if an SP were the same person as they are now - except it was 4,000 years ago. Would reality still be enough, even though it'd be stripped of the progress humans have made since then - progress that wouldn't be here without fantasizing or imagination. How far would one go to downgrade fantasy or future-thinking? Because we all enjoy the fruits of it either way.

    @DejaVu: Yeah, maybe.

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    Well, she looks like some of my own quirky pics from awhile back.. except, I don't even know if I'm ISFP sometimes. So, take it with a grain of salt.

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