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    ESFJ i have know tend to be more violent/angry, have also known some ISTPs who are less angry but more prone to violence.

    INTPs I believe can tend to hold in anger and then one day suddenly explode
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    Some of the most explosive people I've known are ESXJ, then ENTJ.

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    I didn't realize there were exploding people. Were they overinflated?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I didn't realize there were exploding people. Were they overinflated?
    yes. Veins popping or do mean like Violet from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?

    On a serious note all the EXTJs I know like to yell and/or chew people out and the ESFJs I know are very expressive w/ their annoyances/anger. Nothing bad, just my observations. I have no idea how ENFJs fall into that spectrum... they seem more underhandedly cutting and critical (snarky) than directly explosive unless they've just HAD it.

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    angry? INTJ

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    ^Or maybe ISTJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    On a serious note all the EXTJs I know like to yell and/or chew people out and the ESFJs I know are very expressive w/ their annoyances/anger. Nothing bad, just my observations. I have no idea how ENFJ fall into that spectrum... they seem more underhandedly cutting, critical (snarky) than directly explosive unless they've just HAD it.
    Exactly.
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    I used to be an incredibly angry person .. I would internalise it all and rationalise it so it became my fault (thus keeping the cycle going). Having a fist fight with someone would not bother me at all, the physical pain would be nothing compared to the internal pain ..

    These days .. It is not worth it. It is better to walk away with some dignity. We can choose how we behave.

    That is why i like smiling at people who try to push my buttons and provoke me .. They get more pissed off if you have a shit eating grin on your face as opposed to exploding at them.

    Live and let live, i say.
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    I'm a highly angry individual. But I never take it out on other people...unless I'm mad..then I have something to tap into. Which can be a bad thing..

    But I don't know if this goes back to being an ENFP..it could be?
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