Note: Only three people in the group (of about seven or so) knew about MBTI, and only ISFJ and your resident INFP knew about the cognitive functions. INFP: *sitting on counter swinging legs while deep in thought* ISTJ: Are you silently judging us all? INFP: What? No, I’m a perceiver. INFP: ISFJ’s a judger though! *points finger* ISFJ: Bah, perceivers. My introverted sensing collects all the memories you forget about. INFP: But my extroverted intuition collects ALL THE POSSIBILITIES. *sticks out tongue* ISFJ2: Did you just stick your tongue out at her? INFP: Uh, yes? This is a rather frequent occurrence when we get in arguments. ISFJ: *nods* ISFJ2: ISFJ2: Good to know.
ESFP: INFJ! Can we go out? INFJ: Go out to do . . . ? ESFP: I don’t know. Just go out. We could go to Target and drive around and everything! INFJ: I need to clean the fridge and do the laundry. I don’t think so. ESFP: Buuuut . . . INFJ: Maybe Thursday. I can’t promise, in case I fall ill and die, but we’ll see. Plus, didn’t we just go out? ESFP: What? No . . . INFJ: Yeah, on Saturday. ESFP: But that’s like three days ago! INFJ: I need some time inside, ESFP. ESFP: *sighs* Okay.
INFP: Let’s make this box look as pretty as possible. I can use two kinds of wrapping paper, right? INFJ: I love the challenge of trying to fit in as many toys as possible! No, don’t give up, here let me help you. ESFP: *randomly cutting wrapping paper in hopes it will fit* ESTJ: *to ESFP* No, we have to measure it. Make sure you’re cutting straight. INTP: *takes apart entire box and has fun using glue instead of tape because why not*