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    Quote Originally Posted by girlnamedbless View Post
    Lol I think of INFPs as the most gentle and fragile. Why is your "f" not capitalized? Is it because you're a borderline F?
    Not sure whether I'm an F or a T, but even leaning F, I've got teeth. Probably especially leaning F.

    I think of ISFPs as more fragile. NFs usually have a bite to them once their ideals are voilated. ISFPs don't.
    Let's do this thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    Funny, that's a common response in America, to being English. Why's it so awesome?

    -Geoff
    I really like English people, from the few I've met. Unfortunately the only time I've talked to a couple of them were at connecting flights when I stopped at Heathrow airport... but nonetheless I thought they were sweet. Plus everyone likes an English accent, right?
    How do you like England? Have you ever been to the US?

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    Quote Originally Posted by meshou View Post
    Not sure whether I'm an F or a T, but even leaning F, I've got teeth. Probably especially leaning F.

    I think of ISFPs as more fragile. NFs usually have a bite to them once their ideals are voilated. ISFPs don't.
    Hmmm.. this is true. Since NFs are idealists they would probably be more likely to take action if their thoughts/ideas are violated. Good point.

    Hahaha, why would you be more likely to have teeth as an F? Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlnamedbless View Post
    Hahaha, why would you be more likely to have teeth as an F? Lol.
    INTPs deal with conflict by avoiding it (usually-- there are some really vitrolic INTPs out there). INFPs will tend to have a fight/flight thing going, and will usually, when cornered, bite. It's more typical when an INTP is totally cornered to totally withdraw into their own head and look for the first opportunity to escape, at least from my experience. However, I think it takes a little more for them to feel threatened.
    Let's do this thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meshou View Post
    INTPs deal with conflict by avoiding it (usually-- there are some really vitrolic INTPs out there). INFPs will tend to have a fight/flight thing going, and will usually, when cornered, bite. It's more typical when an INTP is totally cornered to totally withdraw into their own head and look for the first opportunity to escape, at least from my experience. However, I think it takes a little more for them to feel threatened.
    Very interesting. I never thought about it that way.


    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    Good grief, that's even worse!



    *defensively turns into a goth*
    Ahhh.. okay then... INFPs are _________.

    Now you can fill it in so I don't offend you anymore.

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    LOL this has been interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by girlnamedbless View Post
    I were sweet. Plus everyone likes an English accent, right?


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    Welcome!

    May your stay here be, at the very least, mildly interesting.

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