Well, not so little. He's 6' 5", late 30s, married with 3 young boys. I was kindly helped out with typing my mum not so long ago & i think the conclusion was ESFJ. I'm going to tentatively say E to start with but i would be grateful for some help to fill in the rest.
When he was in school he got into trouble mainly for being chopsy or cheeky. He had a few friends, 1 or 2 were what you would call sensible whilst others were not what you would call ideal as a teenager; all pretty normal for a young lad i'd say. I know he was into drugs around the early 90s but whether this started in school i dont know. As a young kid he was very busy & into everything; much like his eldest child. We could play fine until he would start to wind me up & all hell would break loose. If our mum told him off he would usually do what he was told but with our dad he would more often than not cheek him back. Sometime bringing my girlfriends over to stay for tea was not such a good idea as when he was 10 he would grab their boobs. Basically he could be really annoying or really sweet. Again like most lads. As an adult he's a good father & husband. Patient is the word i would use in both his roles. He's a chef in my mum's business & doing very well. He doesnt seem to dislike many people but when he does his mind cant be changed. He's still a wind-up merchant. Even my sister-in-law admits after knowing him for 7 yrs she still falls for it. The only example i can think at the moment is him telling her friend that the word "gullible" wasnt in the dictionary. "Isnt it?". "Dont believe me? Look it up". So she did. He'll say something & often you'll think "Shit you cant say that". He more often than not gets away with it because it's said with a sort of dry sarcasm & a wry smirk. Yes he has his serious side. I think he finds my mum a hard one to fathom out & i think the feeling is a mutual one there. He has, however, married a girl with a personality very similar to our mother's. Going back to school; when he was 16 he was referred to a child psychologist. He only agreed to see her because he fancied her. That's probably another typical teenage boy thing. Dress & appearance wise i'd say he was pretty average. Smart when he needs to be, doesnt care too much otherwise. He loves horror & sci-fi & is a big Heroes & Dr Who fan. The latter is shared by his 2 older kids. I cant think of anything else for now. Any ideas or suggestions i'd be grateful, thanks.