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    1.He thinks he only like beef and potatoes and is hesitant to eat anything else. He'll make a comment along the lines of "this isn't how my mom used to make this" "I don't like xyz"

    2.Has a degree in mechanical engineering use to fix the cars himself before he got too old to go under the cars. also fixes broken appliances in the house and the ac when broken. He built his on Ham radio as a kid. Built a modem in the mid-late 80s in a shoe box for mom.

    3.Is a doctor but generally doesn't tell people this. acts like we're always out of money. the way he talks you'd think we're living in poverty. we're not we live in a 3 story house with a sizable backyard

    4. Hates change. Won't go to a new resteraunt, because he doesn't know whats on the menu. won't go to the doctor even though he really needs to he has swollen ankles which is a sign of heart failure and often out of breath.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Si, xSxJ
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    Even though it's only a miniscule amount of information, ISxJ is soooo blatently fucking obvious.

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    I agree with the above. May even be ISTJ..

    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    3.Is a doctor but generally doesn't tell people this. acts like we're always out of money. the way he talks you'd think we're living in poverty. we're not we live in a 3 story house with a sizable backyard
    I think the first sentence is something a thinker is more likely to do (guess that can vary). Second sentence seems Te-ish (usually anal with money, you don't really have money if you're saving it, using it for bills etc, seems to fit). Si for sure
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    double post acidented
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    thanks, he's also late for everything. takes 3 hours to get ready. I don't know what he does, i really don't.

    over packs for vacations and trips
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    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Agreed with SJ, probably ISxJ. Definitely a T vibe from the limited information, but could be strong tertiary Ti. Do you lean one way or the other on F/T?

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    ISxJ. I can't exactly tell if he's a thinker or a feeler. He uses plenty of Ti from what you've said.

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    ISFJ 6w5 sp/so

    Or

    INTP 6w5 sp/so

    Si-Ti loop/Ti-Si loop

    INTP/ISFJ: Ti/Si or Si/Ti--Schizotypal Personality Disorder. I see this most commonly in INTP dom/tert loops (Ti+Si), resulting in totally giving up on attempting to obtain the social/interpersonal connections that inferior Fe drives them to unconsciously desire. Schizotypal people are seen (and typically see themselves) as having such unusual thoughts and behaviors that widespread social acceptance is nearly impossible. Ti thinks, "I cannot find any logical explanation for social rituals" and Si reinforces this self-isolating, risk-averse behavior by constantly reminding the user: "Remember how badly this went last time you tried?" If Ne were doing its job, it would remind the user to continue experimenting to find a new approach. In the ISFJ version, Si becomes ultra risk-averse and refuses to try anything new or unfamiliar. If Fe were doing its job, the ISFJ would learn that some risk is necessary in order to uphold obligations to others and avoid living in total solitude. Deep down, these types really do want social connection and ritual (Fe), but have found themselves so poor at it that they simply give up trying.
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    All I see in your description is ton of Si, so definitely ISJ

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