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hehe! ISTPs can be incredibly sweet and laid-back, but they have a blunt and insensitive side that usually surfaces in social situations, usually due to the fact that they don't feel freedom to be themselves around people resulting in them bringing their guard up.

ISTPs can be incredibly nice and laid-back, but they have a blunt and insensitive side that usually surfaces in social situations.

Is that like... A disorder or something??? *waves hands around confused*

A disorder or something? *waves hands around confused* <<< I don't know, it's so confusing being an Istp

In the words of Pluvinel, master horseman of the 16th century!

So true Sher has never spooked with me even when I shake bags and tarps and throw beach balls at her and she's not afraid of whips either I've whipped the ground next to her and she did not even blink.

The best difficult horses are often the best teachers

The difficult horses are often the best teachers. Its so true. I had a horse named April. She was the worst horse at the start. By the time she died from an injury she was the best horse I ever could have had.