There's nothing that says SPs have to be airheads and are only hands-on.
Maybe not in so many words, but that's definitely the impression that you get, which is what made me think INFP. Not only that, you see how people type musicians, actors, etc on here and it seems it's only the vacuous ones (aside from Bob Dylan) who are typed as SPs. It can be confusing.
No worries. Don't listen to the stereotypes. I was an A student in high school and would've been an A+ if I actually tried really hard. My photographic memory really helped me there.
As for reading, I LOVE to read. I have so many books, its not even funny. I personally enjoy stories where you have to pay close attention from the beginning because there are so many clues to how the story will end.
I really don't know if you could really stereotype ISFPs period. We all seem pretty different from what I've seen.
Originally Posted by MacGuffin
ayoitsStepho is becoming someone else. Actually her true self, a rite of passage.
Not only that, you see how people type musicians, actors, etc on here and it seems it's only the vacuous ones (aside from Bob Dylan) who are typed as SPs. It can be confusing.
Typing celebs is not accurate; it's simply an amusing past time not to be taken seriously. People do tend to think N = creative, which is unfair to S types. If you look at most celebs, there is usually disagreement over their type anyway.
"Charlotte sometimes dreams a wall around herself. But it's always with love - So much love it looks like everything else. Charlotte Sometimes - So far away, glass sealed and pretty." - The Cure