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    wow theres plenty of ISTps here now. To me it almost seems like more than any other type. Its suprising because this is one of the last places i would have imagined them to come.
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    I really come here because my life is sorta in intellectual and action limbo. I'll drift away soon enough :/
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    most are probably mistyped.

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    fwiw, the way I see it is like attracts like imo, so it's like a snowballing affect, where the same 'type' of person likes what they see so they hang around and so on etc.

    I'm kinda like LokiV in that respect, where i'm in limbo with stuff.

    If anything it's worth being around to see more of Loki's drawings of my S type face

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17 View Post
    most are probably mistyped.
    I heard that most SLIs are almost 100% sure of their type.

    I *guess* quite a lot of SLIs are registered on the forum but post very little or nothing at all.
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    msq, friends with Cyclops by any chance? noticed you're both in Glasgow

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    Naw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hellothere View Post
    msq, friends with Cyclops by any chance? noticed you're both in Glasgow
    I haven't heard of him/her before..but it's a small world eh!

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    Cyclops, what "type" do you consider yourself?

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    i thought there was a plenty of ISFp...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclops View Post
    I haven't heard of him/her before..but it's a small world eh!
    Definitely, although not small enough to see all of it

    Quote Originally Posted by dolphin View Post
    Waaah. Me too. Let's have a pity party. Umm, actually, lets not, I already indulge in those way too frequently. Lets have a sighing contest instead. Who can make the best ironic-the-weight-of-the-world-is-crushing-my-shoulders-but-somehow-I-will-find-a-way-to-rise-above-it sigh.

    -sigh-

    Oh no, don't get me wrong, I don't pity myself i'm just saying when the time comes im not the type of person to say "So long, guys!". I kinda just leave.

    And i'm 99.9% sure of my type, based from all the feedback and junk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129 View Post
    Cyclops, what "type" do you consider yourself?
    Type-wise ISTp seems to fit.

    "type" wise..just an ordinary guy who's kinda not quite sure what his next move in life should be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msq View Post
    I heard that most SLIs are almost 100% sure of their type.

    I *guess* quite a lot of SLIs are registered on the forum but post very little or nothing at all.
    hmm..so the ISTPs are there, yet not there...just like in real life.

    So how can we get all these mysterious ISTPs to come out and play?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jewels View Post
    hmm..so the ISTPs are there, yet not there...just like in real life.

    So how can we get all these mysterious ISTPs to come out and play?
    They need to be in a cross-roads at life, because if an ISTp knows what they're doing and where they're going, they've don't have a need for the internet, except to maybe download songs and mail order lego.

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    On other hand, they are just lazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msq View Post
    I heard that most SLIs are almost 100% sure of their type.

    I *guess* quite a lot of SLIs are registered on the forum but post very little or nothing at all.
    you have demonstrated your absolute lack of understanding of anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17 View Post
    you have demonstrated your absolute lack of understanding of anything.
    I wouldn't say a complete lack of understanding. I think there is some credibility to what msq says, at least in terms of that S types tend to be more sure of things in general than the N types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclops View Post
    They need to be in a cross-roads at life, because if an ISTp knows what they're doing and where they're going, they've don't have a need for the internet, except to maybe download songs and mail order lego.
    Definitely... you kinda need to catch us while we're contemplating on what to do next. Or play with us whatever we're currently playing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclops View Post
    I wouldn't say a complete lack of understanding. I think there is some credibility to what msq says, at least in terms of that S types tend to be more sure of things in general than the N types.
    you have just demonstrated your complete lack of understanding as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17 View Post
    you have just demonstrated your complete lack of understanding as well.
    Perhaps you are trying to be controversial. In any affect I am judging on what I have seen, which is essentially what socionics comes down to..aka it cannot really be proved.

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    Believe Niffweed. He is the king of Socionics. He knows everything. Don't question him. He know's your type better than you do. Accept everything he says. He is God.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclops View Post
    Perhaps you are trying to be controversial. In any affect I am judging on what I have seen, which is essentially what socionics comes down to..aka it cannot really be proved.
    then you dismiss the legitimacy of socionics? if so, why are you making sweeping generalizations about it like "S types are more certain of their conclusions?"

    if not, then you have said nothing at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17 View Post
    then you dismiss the legitimacy of socionics? if so, why are you making sweeping generalizations about it like "S types are more certain of their conclusions?"

    if not, then you have said nothing at all.
    No not at all, I think socionics is infact a valid system.

    What makes you say that?

    I already said thats what i've observed.

    And to say again perhaps, in what way am I dismissing the validity of socionics?

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    this discussion is a pathetic waste of energy on both sides.

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    Niffweed just needs a big hug
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    Yeah, I'm really an ENFj.

    sorry d00dz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by force my hand View Post
    Yeah, I'm really an ENFj.

    sorry d00dz.
    I'll believe it
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    Yeah man, i'm a definite isfp. Let's hugz
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    We're all mistyped, according to niffweed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17 View Post
    this discussion is a pathetic waste of energy on both sides.
    There's a lot of that on the forum at the moment
    Pre-2013 post are written with incomplete understanding.

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