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This is a discussion on SP Interests and Attitudes within the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators forums, part of the Keirsey Temperament Forums category; The SP temperament is more than just beer, sex, and soccer. More than just being reckless and silly and impulsive. ...

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    SP Interests and Attitudes

    The SP temperament is more than just beer, sex, and soccer. More than just being reckless and silly and impulsive. Sure, it can be all those things, and about all those things. And yes, we do drive around the Industrial Park on Sunday morning refining our rev matched downshifts. (Well, at least the ISxPs do.)

    But so often we're dismissed as being obsessed with Reality TV and gossip. Most SPs I know don't give a damn about those things. Why watch someone else's life when you can have your own? I'm not surprised you're not interested in people like that. I'm not interested in them either.

    SP is also the temperament of Churchill and JFK, Mozart and Monet, Hemingway and Wordsworth, Springsteen and Spielberg. And the list of SP interests, skills and hobbies is interesting and impressive: politics, current affairs, forestry, wildlife management, computer science and engineering, geology, conservation, botany, landscape design, interior design, graphic design, photography, drama/acting, culinary arts, nutrition, physiotherapy, painting, musical performance, composition, illustration, animation, film-making, fashion design, family medical practice, veterinarian science, law enforcement, avionics, entrepreneurship. And of course, it's not unheard of us to make our way even through atypical careers like law or management. But it's the real world, through and through. We are pretty smart in practical ways and we get better as we go along. Being an SP is good training for life. Please don't underestimate us.

    Well, maybe this was a bit serious. We don't like to be too serious for too long. Life should be a little fun, so let's have a beer and watch the game too. But I'm not going to limit myself or play down to any kind of stereotype. You should take us the same way you'd treat someone who is NT or NF or SJ. All types are good and it ain't a race. It's late already ... Thanks for listening, everyone.



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    INFP - The Idealists


    I like this. I dunno bout churchill though. I tend to think hes more of an infp....considering everyone thinks hes an idealist and all

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    ESFP - The Performers

    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewinder View Post
    sex, and soccer....


    hmmm...soccer...
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehigher View Post
    I like this. I dunno bout churchill though. I tend to think hes more of an infp....considering everyone thinks hes an idealist and all
    Thanks! I've heard Churchill referred to as a good tactical leader, and seen him quoted as ISTP. However, I will honestly admit that I'm not as familiar with European political leaders as American and Canadian ones. I'll do some more research.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fat Bozo View Post
    hmmm...soccer...
    Aw, but you forgot the beer. To complete the image, she should have been holding a beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewinder View Post
    The SP temperament is more than just beer, sex, and soccer. More than just being reckless and silly and impulsive. Sure, it can be all those things, and about all those things. And yes, we do drive around the Industrial Park on Sunday morning refining our rev matched downshifts. (Well, at least the ISxPs do.)

    you're right, its not just about beer, sex, and soccer. its all about beer, sex, and hockey.

    But so often we're dismissed as being obsessed with Reality TV and gossip. Most SPs I know don't give a damn about those things. Why watch someone else's life when you can have your own? I'm not surprised you're not interested in people like that. I'm not interested in them either.

    ugh, i cant stand reality tv. as you said, who cares about them when ya got ur own.

    SP is also the temperament of Churchill and JFK, Mozart and Monet, Hemingway and Wordsworth, Springsteen and Spielberg. And the list of SP interests, skills and hobbies is interesting and impressive: politics, current affairs, forestry, wildlife management, computer science and engineering, geology, conservation, botany, landscape design, interior design, graphic design, photography, drama/acting, culinary arts, nutrition, physiotherapy, painting, musical performance, composition, illustration, animation, film-making, fashion design, family medical practice, veterinarian science, law enforcement, avionics, entrepreneurship. And of course, it's not unheard of us to make our way even through atypical careers like law or management. But it's the real world, through and through. We are pretty smart in practical ways and we get better as we go along. Being an SP is good training for life. Please don't underestimate us.

    wheres gambling?

    Well, maybe this was a bit serious. We don't like to be too serious for too long. Life should be a little fun, so let's have a beer and watch the game too. But I'm not going to limit myself or play down to any kind of stereotype. You should take us the same way you'd treat someone who is NT or NF or SJ. All types are good and it ain't a race. It's late already ... Thanks for listening, everyone.
    yeah, leave the seriousness at the door when you come in, gummi bears are inside.

    *Takes a beer and sets the rest of the 12-pack in the fridge* Now this is a hangout

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roland787 View Post
    yeah, leave the seriousness at the door when you come in, gummi bears are inside.

    *Takes a beer and sets the rest of the 12-pack in the fridge* Now this is a hangout
    Yep, gambling should be there too. Same with shooting pool. And thanks for the beer, man!

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    yeah, pool is tight. wish i knew somebody with a table so i could actually get good. im not really one to hang out in bars otherwise id just go there n play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roland787 View Post
    yeah, pool is tight. wish i knew somebody with a table so i could actually get good. im not really one to hang out in bars otherwise id just go there n play.
    Yeah, I used to play a lot more when I lived in an area with more bars. I'd meet friends there and we'd play. I don't live close to a place with tables anymore and it's not worth it to buy one for the house.

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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    Quote Originally Posted by Roland787 View Post
    yeah, pool is tight. wish i knew somebody with a table so i could actually get good. im not really one to hang out in bars otherwise id just go there n play.
    I have a pool table, you can come over to my house to play all you want.
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    *Struggles to activate the teleportation circuit in his brain, but fails miserably*


     
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