I agree. The interaction between the two types is interesting.Personally I get best along with an ISTP and an ESTP.
The worst match for me this far has been an INTJ, but I still can't stop talking to her.
I hate how she has to bring "her superior knowledge" to every situation and how she can't feel show any compassion.
She hates how I'm irrational and too emotional. We get into arguments all the time, yet we still stay as close friends.
That describes a friend I used to have not too long ago before we fell out. She was an ESFP though, possibly ESTP.My bestfriend is an ISFP. We've been friends for over 10+ years. It's interesting though because we don't really have much to say until we're face to face or like talking verbally to each other. We both seem to not be able to keep up an online conversation with each other but we do it fine with other people.
I find that odd as one of my closest friends is ISFP. From what I know, she admires my way of thinking and I think hers is interesting. We don't have a ton in common other than TV show interests but we're good at helping each other through stressful situations and I can trust her with my emotions (omg INTP'S have emotions!?!). We get along quite well, and I think we complement each other ... being so different.Worst match....hmmm, probably an INTP? That's just a guess, though. I mean, INTPs are the direct opposites of ISFPs based on the cognitive functions of the two. Their way of thinking and processing information is said to be in opposite ways. It's probably true, too. I don't see much balance between these two types. Based on experience, my INTP friend and ISFP friend don't get along very well.