She tested as an INFP in an online test, but I don't think she's one at all.
I have known her since secondary school and we are currently in the same university. She's majoring in Real Estate by default and hates her course to bits. She would comment about how she wished that she had opted to do a diploma instead of 'A' Levels in the first place. If possible, she would do a design-related course 'cos she thinks that she would enjoy it (even though she is not someone who draws during her free time).
Her hobbies are singing karaoke, playing pool, watching TV, window shopping or simply hanging out with friends. She likes to complain about how limited her hobbies are, but doesn't make an effort to pick up new ones. She also enjoys writing her blog during her free time. Even though she didn't take a course in web design and html, she learns to change her blogskins through trial and error. She also enjoys reading popular fantasy novels and listening to pop music.
She doesn't seem to be a curious person when it comes to theoretical subjects. She loves to question me about my choice of majoring in Psychology 'cos she feels that "you should major in what you study during 'A' Levels if possible." She couldn't understand why I enjoy reading theoretical subjects that are not taught in school or related to exams, and thought I'm wasting my time. Moreover, she hates writing and prefer maths.
She has a cheerful but very high-pitched voice. She is very self-conscious and often asked me whether she is fat and whether she sounds like a kid. She is skeptical when I said "no" even though I meant it. She likes to talk about her everyday happenings even though they sounded boring to me. She is one of the two persons whom I share my problems to because she is not judgmental.
She has a uber-ISTj boyfriend. She likes him because he's stable, responsible, shy, decent-looking, and always follow his schedule. However, she also complained that she didn't like the idea of been attached. She feels that it might restrict her chances of getting to know potential who are better than him.
She is someone who enjoys buying bargain stuff. She would know when is the next sales coming and where she can buy something that is cheaper compared to elsewhere. She enjoys buying bargain clothes and loves to brag about how little she spends on such and such. She is not a well-groomed person (eg. washing her face only with water) and spends as little effort as possible on her appearance. Her usual style is T-shirt, jeans and sandals. However, she enjoys buying and collecting DVDs. She loves to watch the 80's and 90's slapstick comedy movies. And it really puzzles me 'cos I feel that she is not setting her priorities right. She complains that she doesn't seem to have enough money and yet she spends lots of money on such frivolous stuff.
Even though I don't think I learn anything from her, I nevertheless enjoy her company 'cos she's such an unassuming person. I feel that our closeness is developed through the amount of activities we engaged in together such as watching a movie, singing, going out etc rather than through conversations. She can't relate to my idealism and my line of thoughts. She feels that I always see too much in a situation. To me, she's someone who is passive and always wait for people to take the initiative.