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    Quote Originally Posted by Noon View Post
    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.
    Your post took a dump.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamBeliever View Post
    What do you think the main differences are between ISFPs & ISTPs?
    ISTP's are like stray dogs; rough and mean, used to surviving on their own. But be careful, if you feed them they'll follow you home and call you master.

    ISFP's are like the stereotypical conservative older brother, that just returned from Vietnam and spends his days drinking away his PTSD or riding his motorcycle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eluded_One View Post
    Can you play the guitar with anything other than your hands?
    I got a dig bick.


    ...that was a stupid joke.
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    Rebellious?

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    My question wasn't answer well. Why do ISFP's have trouble with first and second function Te users?

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    Quote Originally Posted by great_bay View Post
    My question wasn't answer well. Why do ISFP's have trouble with first and second function Te users?
    ISFP no like Te
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    How do you get along with ENFP's. It appears you guys are similar being Fi and Te users but I'm sure you're not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by great_bay View Post
    My question wasn't answer well. Why do ISFP's have trouble with first and second function Te users?
    Well I'm in my late 30's, and at this point I don't think I take issue with Te users. I find Te 'refreshing' in a sense, practical, efficient. They still come across as dictator-like sometimes, but I'm not offended by it or anything, I get it.

    Not sure I had 'trouble' with the users when younger, don't really recall and I was so quiet and conflict averse it's not like I got into conflicts with them. I imagine I found them somewhat harsh, bossy, domineering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by great_bay View Post
    How do you get along with ENFP's. It appears you guys are similar being Fi and Te users but I'm sure you're not.
    I like them, and one of my best friends as a child was an xNFP. I think I'm quite different from them though, I feel much more grounded and of course don't have near the extroverted orientation. Also my lack of Ne is extremely noticeable when contrasting with them.
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    Why are so so sensible and humble?
    And with some other people so sarcastic and evil?
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