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This is a discussion on ISFJs - boring? within the SJ's Temperament Forum- The Overseers forums, part of the Keirsey Temperament Forums category; My boyfriend is ISFJ so I may be biased in saying I don't find ISFJ's to be boring at all. ...

  1. #11
    ESTJ

    My boyfriend is ISFJ so I may be biased in saying I don't find ISFJ's to be boring at all. He has a really great and quirky sense of humor, lots of little talents and skills, and the biggest heart I've ever seen. He can usually be convinced to go out and have fun and has a great time once he's out. Also I don't know about any other ISFJ's but keeping him out of trouble when he tries to go on one of his social crusades when he sees some kind of injustice is a full time job lol. So in my opinion not boring at all plus coming from another SJ I see all those 'boring' traits as stability which is a must have in my mind :)
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  2. #12

    Look at yourself to define who you are before you look at a goddamn generalized description written by some faggot that probably never got laid in his lifetime

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    Completely agree with the Person above.
    Descripions of my type (INTP) usually sound very exciting like we are the smartest god tier people on the planet but thats because my type and some others (ENTP, INTJ, INFJ, INFP etc.) are "overhyped" on the internet. Not saying every Mbti descripion is garbage and nothing is to be taken seriously but you can find a lot of clearly overhyped and/or overstereotyped Mbti descripions online.

    About the talents... very relatable to me, i feel quite talentless but that has nothing to do with my/your Mbti.
    Last edited by Kommandant; 04-19-2018 at 04:36 AM.
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  5. #14

    They're easy and fun to talk to imo and just overall chill. They can be fun, they're not gonna be the life of the party but I like that about them. This applies to ISTJs too but ISFJs are more charismatic.
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  6. #15

    Quote Originally Posted by Potatooesunshinerays View Post
    Look at yourself to define who you are before you look at a goddamn generalized description written by some faggot that probably never got laid in his lifetime
    #Roasted
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aluminum Frost View Post
    #Roasted
    Fuck yeah
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  8. #17

    Quote Originally Posted by Potatooesunshinerays View Post
    Look at yourself to define who you are before you look at a goddamn generalized description written by some faggot that probably never got laid in his lifetime
    Talk about MBTI stereotypes not applying.

  9. #18

    Quote Originally Posted by Reap View Post
    I don't have any big goals or ambitions outside of having a family (okay, so I fit that stereotype...) and I don't have an area of expertise.
    Who said that wanting a family isn't a big ambition? And why do you think they're right?
    Well... JJ sure didn't say it. XD

    Okay but anyway, I think people can tend to get self-conscious about how they appear to others, including how "interesting" they are, but this really is just an illusion. Whether or not you're "interesting" is purely subjective. If someone thinks you're uninteresting it's because they have a shallow understanding of you. It's not because you're doing anything wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleKitti View Post
    Well... JJ sure didn't say it. XD

    Okay but anyway, I think people can tend to get self-conscious about how they appear to others, including how "interesting" they are, but this really is just an illusion. Whether or not you're "interesting" is purely subjective. If someone thinks you're uninteresting it's because they have a shallow understanding of you. It's not because you're doing anything wrong.
    Context of the post made me think that.

    Agreed on the rest.
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  11. #20

    MBTI close mindness aside, my ex was an ISFJ and was the warmest person i ve ever met. What if she made a decision based on feelings? She valued relationships and the ones close to her more than everyone and she showed that in every possible way:
    (going out- cared if everyone was having fun and would contribute until she felt everything was ok)
    (supporting- everyone went to her for support when in bad times)
    (she was open to ideas, never arrogant and oppressive- she shared my emotions when i was happy, enthusiastic or stressed)
    (she cared to see my efforts succed way too much for the average girlfrend)
    (she was passonate in sex- irrelevant but i have to say it)
    (She lived her life by sharing passions of others, mainly but also some of hers (trips and travels), because what she loved the most was to see everyone happy,pleased and full of life)

    These are some of the things that made me value ISFJs a lot, even now that we arent together.
    So dont tell me your kind is boring, because its still irreplaceble when it comes to people connections and relationships because you have the ability feel the bright side of humanity.
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