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    You are what you love themightyfetus's Avatar
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    How do you distinguish yourself from an INFP? I'm partially asking this for myself; it's hard for me to spot the differences between the two.
    Yet I know, if I stepped aside
    Released the controls, you would open my eyes
    That somehow, all of this mess
    Is just my attempt to know the worth of my life
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    Quote Originally Posted by themightyfetus View Post
    How do you distinguish yourself from an INFP? I'm partially asking this for myself; it's hard for me to spot the differences between the two.
    I'll answer with a real life story.


    So this was back when I was in High School taking art class (which wasn't that long ago). All the desks were moved together to form islands of three different desks. When I first got to the class I sat at the head of the table, with two hommies on my left, and two white kids on my right. Everything started out great, we where laughing, joking, and having a good time for the rest of the week. Next week, it turns out that the two hommies on my left switched classes and the girl on my right was at home with the flu, so it was just me and this INFP dude. He told me about his boyfriend, his poetry, and all the artsy bullshit he would read; We didn't talk much, mostly because he was uncomfortably awkward. Soon enough a group of these punk-ass freshman invade all the empty seats, and coincidentally their leader was an ESTP. They were foreign so I couldn't understand what they were saying, but I could tell they were talking shit. After that the INFP wouldn't say a word. Later I asked him a question which he quietly responded, the punk ass ESTP looked at him and started laughing; I immediately turned to him and said: "Is there something funny asshole?", him and his friends backed off after that. As soon as the INFP's friend came back, he immediately left the table.

    After that the ESTP and his crew became some of the coolest people I had ever met, we spent the rest of the semester just talking shit to people, and pissing off the whole class.

    So-ya, that's how you tell the difference.
    ~ F*ck this place that we call home! ~
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    Quote Originally Posted by themightyfetus View Post
    How do you distinguish yourself from an INFP? I'm partially asking this for myself; it's hard for me to spot the differences between the two.
    Ne == nerd, Se == overbearing.

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    What do you think the main differences are between ISFPs & ISTPs? What do you think of the name "the artist" for ISFPs?

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    What's an SO?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Stream View Post
    What's an SO?
    'Significant Other', if were thinking of the same thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TopCatLSD View Post
    'Significant Other', if were thinking of the same thing.
    We r thnx

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    An SO-blindspot is a blind spot for the enneagram social instinct. sp/sx and sx/sp. Not an isfp but don't feel like putting it in the random thought thread and I'm answering because.

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