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    Being categorized in the same temperament as SFPs is a major insult as they spend way too much time having fun and being kind folks to society whereas the STPs rebell against all of the retarted institutions and pop culture fads the SFPs so brainlessly follow. Even ESTPs can get annoying as they use their sharp slick silver tongues for dimplomacy at times which I find pathetic while with ISTPs all attempts at negotiation are futile as we will destroy all resistance without feeling any sense of remorse!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    Being categorized in the same temperament as SFPs is a major insult as they spend way too much time having fun and being kind folks to society whereas the STPs rebell against all of the retarted institutions and pop culture fads the SFPs so brainlessly follow. Even ESTPs can get annoying as they use their sharp slick silver tongues for dimplomacy at times which I find pathetic while with ISTPs all attempts at negotiation are futile as we will destroy all resistance without feeling any sense of remorse!
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    You don't seem istp to me. More of an intp goofball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    You don't seem istp to me. More of an intp goofball.
    Quote Originally Posted by momental View Post
    You are an ISTP.
    Well it seems there is a disagreement though I am inclined to think it is more likely that a sensor mistypes intuitive than vice versa so just to be safe I will assume ISTP is right though I appreciate both of your opinions as it is by embracing all of the dimensions and perspectives of the picture than we gain a full and complete comprehension into the reality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    Well it seems there is a disagreement though I am inclined to think it is more likely that a sensor mistypes intuitive than vice versa so just to be safe I will assume ISTP is right though I appreciate both of your opinions as it is by embracing all of the dimensions and perspectives of the picture than we gain a full and complete comprehension into the reality.
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