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    Just be there and be real. ISTPs are pretty simple. Words and body language work well. jk

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    As to the OP, I usually find a blow job and a basket of cheese fries with bacon and ranch extremely comforting.

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    ISTPs are hot. Hands down. But damn, you guys are trouble!

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    Aw, trouble how?

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    When you guys want to be sweet, it is absolutely devastating.
    When you guys want to be cold, it is also devastating but in a different way.
    Must stay away...away.

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    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebe View Post
    When you guys want to be sweet, it is absolutely devastating.
    When you guys want to be cold, it is also devastating but in a different way.
    Must stay away...away.
    So true. Mine when from holding hands and being kind to death threats in 48hrs because he misunderstood something I said. Has never apologized, even though i tried to hold out an olive branch. WEIRD.
    “Life is all about timing... the unreachable becomes reachable, the unavailable become available, the unattainable... attainable. Have the patience, wait it out It's all about timing.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by HerrDoktor View Post
    edit: the good part is, if you handle it the right way, the issue we were having will dissapear in a matter of minutes ...
    Which way is the right way? I hope it's not a fine line.
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    Do INTPs/ISTPs have anything in common, besides T-ing? You guys always speak with a looming monotone voice lol. Obviously not all of you, and i could be generalizing from a friend I suspect is ISTP...

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    How do you best communicate with an istp?

    - VOCALLY, our creator gave us vocal cords. Please, say it.

    If you are stressed/upset what is the best way to comfort or reassure you?

    - We need chill time. YES. away from people. If you smother us we might leave with out you. We know ourselves very well, and will ask for reassurance only to comfort you. It takes a long time for us to decide, but once its done, its done, by then we don't really require reassurance. We do over analyze important decision to the extent that we may appear wishy washy, were not, we look at all angles before making the correct choice. On non important things spontaneity will arise. If its no big deal, why overwork our brains?

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