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This is a discussion on Criticize the personality type above you! within the Myers Briggs Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; Originally Posted by Wytch ISTPs don't really reveal themselves much sexually until you're actually in bed with them ;) Irl, ...

  1. #19991

    Quote Originally Posted by Wytch View Post
    ISTPs don't really reveal themselves much sexually until you're actually in bed with them ;)
    Irl, INFJs come off as reserved most of the time, but we're very sensitive to others' needs, and are open to try anything new, so long as we feel we're in the hands of the right person; someone we like, someone we trust.

  2. #19992
    ISFP

    Quote Originally Posted by BlackFandango View Post
    Irl, INFJs come off as reserved most of the time, but we're very sensitive to others' needs, and are open to try anything new, so long as we feel we're in the hands of the right person; someone we like, someone we trust.
    Does that make you a switch? lol kidding.


    ISTPs are sort of like that too.

    We either get stereotyped the "boring" ones or we get stereotyped as the "badass" ones.
    On the ISTP forum we talked a little about how an ISTP is like a big loner cat.
    MBTI: Animals | Zombies Ruin Everything
    ^

    Which is sort of true :P we are just conserving our energy for when the time is right.

    ISTPs really need trust too.
    It's all about connections to me.

  3. #19993

    Quote Originally Posted by BlackFandango View Post
    Irl, INFJs come off as reserved most of the time, but we're very sensitive to others' needs, and are open to try anything new, so long as we feel we're in the hands of the right person; someone we like, someone we trust.
    IOW were you to post a sex advertizement it'd be titled Desperately Seeking Mistress "Peggy"
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  5. #19994

    Quote Originally Posted by stargazing grasshopper View Post
    IOW were you to post a sex advertizement it'd be titled Desperately Seeking Mistress "Peggy"
    Look at you trying to be clever. Trying.
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  6. #19995
    ISFP

    I think the INFJ is just pretending he's not interested in the INFP's want of a "pet" :P
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  7. #19996

    Quote Originally Posted by Wytch View Post
    Does that make you a switch? lol kidding.


    ISTPs are sort of like that too.

    We either get stereotyped the "boring" ones or we get stereotyped as the "badass" ones.
    On the ISTP forum we talked a little about how an ISTP is like a big loner cat.
    MBTI: Animals | Zombies Ruin Everything
    ^

    Which is sort of true :P we are just conserving our energy for when the time is right.

    ISTPs really need trust too.
    It's all about connections to me.
    You think an entp is emotionally challenged until you meet an istp.

    (Exactly what I was going to say. Either you're a switch and like games or you're boring. ;))

    @BlackFandango I take it all back my love.
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  8. #19997
    ISFP

    Quote Originally Posted by psychedelicmango View Post
    You think an entp is emotionally challenged until you meet an istp.

    (Exactly what I was going to say. Either you're a switch and like games or you're boring. ;))

    @BlackFandango I take it all back my love.
    We're only boring to those we don't know or don't trust enough to open up to ;)

    ENTPs may not be seen as boring but all of that talk and no action isn't exactly ideal either :P

  9. #19998

    Quote Originally Posted by psychedelicmango View Post
    @BlackFandango I take it all back my love.
    Well, who am I to begrudge one with a heart that wanders?

  10. #19999

    And what do we have when you do open up? Emotions and mushy stuff you've got no idea how to handle. Which is not boring, but not ideal either.

    Why act when I can talk people into acting for me?

    Quote Originally Posted by BlackFandango View Post
    Well, who am I to begrudge one with a heart that wanders?
    Passion is ephemeral; love is eternal. Maybe.
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  11. #20000
    ISFP

    Quote Originally Posted by psychedelicmango View Post
    And what do we have when you do open up? Emotions and mushy stuff you've got no idea how to handle. Which is not boring, but not ideal either.

    Why act when I can talk people into acting for me?
    That sounds boring to me, I'd rather be the one in action.


     

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