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    Hai therr.

    So. I've been pondering lately... well, more like, deep thinking it, but I pretty much cannot make up my mind as to whether I am INFP or ISFP.

    Whenever I take tests, the N and S almost come to 50/50...
    I've read as much on both of them as I can (whcih is TONS), and have come to the conclusion that perhaps I really am an INFP.... but I can't help thinking that maybe I am actually perhaps an ISFP? I really can't make up my mind, and I'd love to know for sure. lol.

    Some stuff I'm rather on the favorable side with:

    - listen to music (ALOT)
    - draw, make fancy art (though nowadays, it's kinda waned)
    - make homemade cards
    - buy gifts for people
    - bake sweets
    - playing with animals and babies
    - dance/sing
    - daydream about saving the world (poverty/ peace corps)
    - daydream about love
    - dress up (I HAVE to look nice whenever I'm going out... or atleast decent.. I'd feel too gross just going out in just sweats)
    - cuddle
    - keeping healthy
    - crack humour
    - horror movies
    - making lengthy posts on forums

    I'm also rather lengthy and detailed with my IMs on AIM if that gives any clues. I'm also rather one of those people who believe in soulmates and would er, do almost anything for love.

    I'm very into dealing with romance (but not the movies, I prefer horror), and anything to do with nature (stargazing, flowers, you get the drift). I'd rather much live in the city than the country though because it's more practical.

    My favorite pasttime is doing nothing but daydream. Whenever I write poems and whatnot, they're filled with lots of imagery. I like colorful words. My works in creative writing tended to 'wow' my teacher. I tended to sleep alot in class. I was very lazy, I suppose. No motivation at all. Hah. Though I do know I want to get into a career in art when I'm all done with school. The only thing I was good a in school was art, actually. I can't decide whether to just join Peace Corps though. Darn.

    Hmm, by all the things I've just typed down, you woulda thought I could figure out my type myself... but I'm just too darn indecisive!

    Anyone got an idea?
    Oh, and sorry if this block of text intimidated you!

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    Could go either way I suppose. If I had to guess I'd say ISFP.
    You might find this thread useful IFP comparison

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    @wolfy
    Thanks! I'll check it out :3

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    Bawwwwwwww

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    Your self description reminds me of my girlfriend.
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    ISFP, you can see physical sensing in your writing. You like "colorful" words. Your emotions and feelings are physical expressed, through dancing or a physical gift. You pay particular attention to how you appear, suggesting you think your image through the lens of Se is important.



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    ISFP.

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    Well, this pretty much made up my mind, lol. I always thought I was INFP since I could relate to that type pretty well. Although, now that I think about it and read all the stuff in my beginning post, it all does fit with the ISFP side better.

    Thanks for all the replies, guys!! They're so very much appreciated! (:

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    Yay! Here's your ISFP members jacket and complimentary bowl of cheese dip.

    You can even dip apples in it.
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    *gasp* How did you know I liked apples?!! O_O

    Haha, but thanks! I'll cherish these virtual items til the end of my interweb days!! :'D

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