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    Default are sensors messy? How do I know if I'm "s"?

    Some folks in the video challenge thread called me ISTP. I am not shocked, but sort of secretly know I'm "N" or I tested "N". Otherwise, I've always considered myself "N" for 20 years. I think if people got to know me, then I'd be "N".

    However, I wonder, are ISTPs extremely messy? I had imagined that they are not. I'm very messy, and sometimes not interested in the external world at all.



    By the nature of my work, I'm steered to us "sensing". I mean I think everyone uses it. Nobody could operate a car if they did not.

    Perhaps my sensing is full developed, and so is "N".

    Also, I invite watching the video to see. (Before I delete it in a depressive episode.)

    I guess I'm posting here instead of "what type" since I want to invited the help of sensors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAJ View Post
    Also, I invite watching the video to see. (Before I delete it in a depressive episode.)
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    In my painting classes I left covered in paint. In my pottery classes I left covered in clay. In my drawing classes I left covered in charcoal. In my metal sculpture classes I left covered in burns.

    If this sounds like you, press 1.
    Last edited by Anew Leaf; 04-05-2011 at 10:19 AM. Reason: LOL autocorrect changed pottery to potty. iPads 4tl

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    No, I'm not really messy at all.

    Edit: I just watched one of your videos and can say with some confidence that you neither look nor seem ISTP. I think, at the very least, that you're an F of some sort.
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    @ Orangey, IxFP yeah.

    Well, my ISTP stepbrother is incredibly messy, but he's just one person. Not sure how much indicator that is.
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    I'am among the messyest person I know.
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    E=60% S=55% T=70% P=80%

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    My ISTP brother's apartment is very messy.
    “Everybody has a secret world inside of them. All of the people of the world, I mean everybody. No matter how dull and boring they are on the outside, inside
    them they've all got unimaginable, magnificent, wonderful, stupid, amazing worlds. Not just one world. Hundreds of them. Thousands maybe.” -Neil Gaiman

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    In my painting classes I left covered in paint. In my potty classes I left covered in clay. In my drawing classes I left covered in charcoal. In my metal sculpture classes I left covered in burns.

    If this sounds like you, press 1.
    Oh, yes. I'd press one. I like to take pottery class None where I am.

    Can't really paint without getting paint on me. That applies both to house painting and picture painting.

    Of course, it seems that I'm getting mixed feedback on messiness.

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    What ABOUT depression?

    Now there is NOTHING wrong with being ISTP. It sounds positive. However, do words or events make you make you feel morose?

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    LOL....why on earth would S mean not-messy? I wish it did, truly.

    Both my ISFP boyfriend and myself are cluttery in different ways (him with dishes, me with a spreading mass of "things I'm using/was using"), although of course it depends on your definition of messy. We don't have clean tables, and often have junk on chairs and/or the bed, but it's not extreme or anything. Everything can be cleaned up in about 10 minutes (and sometimes is). If we haven't cleaned for a while it can build up to pretty bad levels, though. We do both dislike having messes around, although we're not very active about preventing/cleaning them.
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    I always think of J and P when I think of the messiness spectrum.... (Doing work and things ahead of time or waiting until it needs to be done... And frankly, there is rarely a true need to clean.) I could be wrong, of course.
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