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    Awww, come on, you guys can shed a little hate.

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    Kinda hard to hate someone you don't know about
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    Oh. You guys *don't* like that?? Oops...
    Hahah... sometimes it's welcome. A good rule of thumb is: If we're blatantly trying to walk away from you, it's not welcome. If we stick around, it's probably fine. Tricky to figure out, huh?
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    I'm pretty sure I know some people who think I'm a jerk...oh well...maybe I am a jerk.

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    Alright alright, let's do this properly, shall we?

    * Frigging impossible to get to know properly

    * Constantly paranoid that the world is out to get them

    * Convinced they don't need *anyone* and consequently consider those that cannot take care of themselves (or so they perceive) as not worthy of their respect and even deserving of their bullying

    * Run like the wind when confronted with their own potential vulnerability (not to mention feewings!)

    * Can make you feel like you're an incessant blabbermouth since they don't say *a thing*


    Let's start with that, shall we?
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    ISTPs killed my entire family and they laughed as they were doing it, heartless bastards!

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    This thread should merge with all the "why doesn't ISTP love me" threads. Plenty of resentment built up on those threads. *timer dings* What do you know - hate is ready.
    ~luck favors the ready~


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasper View Post
    ISTPs killed my entire family and they laughed as they were doing it, heartless bastards!
    I was mugged the other day. And guess what, it was an ISTP!

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    Hmmm...

    • So worried about being precise, they can totally miss the mark. For example, my ISTP was measuring a kitchen drawer front to drill some handle holes. He was so focused on get the measurements correct to the 1/64th of an inch that he forgot to step back after all the measurements were taken to see if it "looked centered." If he had, he would have noticed that something was out of whack and he needed to recalculate.
    • Getting stuck in a rut (aka accepting things as they are so much that they overlook change... even if it's for the better.) ISTPs do what they do. And the do it very well. And that's pretty much all they do. For example, my ISTP has his routine and he sticks to it pretty religiously. It never occurs to him to look at his routine and see if he needs to shake things up a bit.
    • Living in the moment at the expense of developing any sort of long range plan.
    • Not taking into consideration how their actions / lack of actions affect others.
    • Over thinking things. Did I mention over thinking things. Oh yeah, don't forget over thinking things.
    • When it comes to emotions, my ISTP has a tendency to get into the DLLD (aka The Dreaded Logical Loop of Doom), a term we shamelessly co-opted from MDP2525 on this very forum. In other words, he tries to apply his Ti to "understanding" and "defining" his feelings and this overloads his processor (because you can't understand emotions using traditional ISTP Ti tactics) and thus he gets stuck in the DLLD zone. I think of a robot who is trying to process some sort of logical problem that doesn't have any solution so it gets stuck and can only repeat over and over, "Processing... processing..." It tends to completely blow out his operating systems... so to speak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    Alright alright, let's do this properly, shall we?

    * Frigging impossible to get to know properly


    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    * Constantly paranoid that the world is out to get them


    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    * Convinced they don't need *anyone* and consequently consider those that cannot take care of themselves (or so they perceive) as not worthy of their respect and even deserving of their bullying
    I will use another types tactic. Do not think this.

    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    * Run like the wind when confronted with their own potential vulnerability (not to mention feewings!)
    sometimes

    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    * Can make you feel like you're an incessant blabbermouth since they don't say *a thing*
    Im out, its been fun

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