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    Default ISFJ or ISFP?

    Some think I'm ISFP others think I'm ISFJ, what is it?

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    You are COCK.


    Also, you are a little boy smoking dope whilst listening to something by Styx.
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    I haven't read a lot of your posts JTG, so I don't really have an idea/preconceptions about you.. but to [grossly over]simplify it...

    Just how laid back are you? What's your work history like?

    Besides professionalism, I heard ISFJs can be pretty devoted caretakers with friends and families as well.. Like they're really good with their time and hard work without vocalizing many complaints. Me, I have to make an effort to be that self-sacrificial. I'm a generous person in my own way, but get bored and start regretting it if I signed up to help paint a house with someone (just to use an example). Like I need a lot more to get motivated.. or need to distract myself with breaks and then come back...then I'm back full gusto.

    How about sports.. are you the quiet guy on the sidelines.. who finally just gets up and then performs as good as or just "accidentally" beats everyone there? I think ISFPs and ISTPs are sort of similar on this (or it could be some other activity requiring hand/eye, raw motor skills...not necessarily sports).

    I won't mention "art".. I think most people are capable of that.

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    You seem P


    I base this on pretty much nothing, so, well,

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    do you use Si or Se more?

    when you are making chili to you taste it to see if you want to add more of something or to see if it tastes like it's supposed to?
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    hah! chili is serious business as far as i'm concerned. i, for one, i could never make it in the first place (hmmm.. never say never though).

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    you're a TERRIBLE Texan then!

    I was amused to see the difference in how my ISTJ and I make chili actually... I make an awesome chili with no form of quality control other than my own taste buds (fear my chili when I have a cold... it gets a bit... spicy )- I mix things, use different techniques and just taste it continually until I'm content that it's tasty... the ISTJ actually has developed his chili recipe to his standards of perfection, wrote this recipe down and follows it, tasting it to see if it tastes "right"
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    ok, i see what you mean.. and what i CAN cook, i do as you do. i have SJ friends though who are exacting, and go for time tested (or honored) methods to things.

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    my ESTJ friend was venting her frustration on her ISTP husband's "inability to follow recipes and refusal to write down what he's doing!!!" to me the other day... she cooks like the chemist she is (precisely... I have caught her measuring water on the meniscus before ) and he cooks randomly.... both make delicious food
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