The more information I gather, the more confusing it becomes, and the more confusing it becomes, the more information I gather to clear up the confusion. As a result, I'm not getting anywhere. I've already asked this on different forums and interesting things were said/typed, but anyway, here goes...
I might be ISFP, but there are still some things that make me doubt it, so I'll just list random traits of my personality:
I'd rather spend the rest of my life alone with a dog, a computer and an internet connection than with someone;
I like science and I'm interested in a lot of scientific stuff;
I love computers, I like disassembling them, I like studying how they work (wikipedia=<3), I would love to learn programming properly;
I'm indifferent to politics;
I hate literature and maths;
art doesn't appeal to me. I mean, I can spend hours listening to music while thinking, but that's about it;
I like observing how society works and how people work (sociology, psychology, mental disorders), and this is my only interest that involves caring about what people do;
I enjoy some physical activities but I spend 98% of my time at home not doing anything productive, and I HATE with a passion any team sport/game;
I was really excited about discovering that the dimethyltryptamine theory might explain near-death experiences, but I'm likely to feel this kind of emotion only to a much lesser degree when something like "I bought you a plane ticket and a hotel reservation in your favourite city" happens. I will act like I am thrilled, though, so that no one thinks I'm ungrateful;
My reflexes are kind of underdeveloped, I think;
I don't agree with "the system", but I'm a teenager so it's normal;
sometimes I'm mean to someone and then I think I have probably compromised their personal psychological growth and they'll never recover and it's all my fault if they become insecure socially anxious nihilistic loners like I am and don't fulfill their dreams. Not that I see anything bad bout being loners, but others do, and if someone who hates loners becomes a loner because of me, then I'm sorry. Actually, now that I think about it, I'm not. It would open their mind, like that movie where that mildly racist white girl became black overnight... I think at the end of the day I'm not that concerned about people and their feelings. I may feel guilty after hurting them, but most of the time it's because I prefer to avoid conflict when it's unnecessary;
I'm an enneatype 5;
when I hear a word I don't know, I google it immediately (I thought this was normal, but apparently I was wrong);
I'd rather google something than ask someone;
there's no way I'm an intuitive, but some time ago I would have said there was no way I was a sensor. So... even if I think I know what I am, I probably don't. Or I do, but knowing something for sure doesn't make it true.
I don't think this is enough, but maybe someone with a less biased view than me will come to some sort of conclusion...
(if you have any questions/need more info... well you know what to do)
Sorry for my English, please forgive my mistakes.