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    ESFPs cook up the most insane explanations for things. I thought a guy at work might be an ENFP. I thought ENFPs are not this annoying, are they? Nope. He's an ESFP. I find it annoying because he jibber jabbers crap all day long. But he's has improved a lot in recent months. He jibber jabbers less frequently now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    Working in the big smoke as a PI is tough. Bullets and shells fall down to the streets like rain drops at someone's funeral, death in the air. The dame at the door looks scared, alone--vulnerable. That's why she's here. My gun keeps me safe from the pitter-patter of gunfire, but to protect the dame, I need...FILM NOIR CONDOMS! "When sex needs to be cool!"
    ROFLMAO.

    Who the flip thought of these? Are these sold in the states?

    Is it just me, or is there something unforgivably cheesy and just embarassing about these?

    And Lost, ha, yes, I'm sure EXFPs both can annoy less talkative types with our verbal expression. I have to say though, honest to goodness, that I have heard from introverts that they like my talking. And that's it's not annoying like they can often find chit chatters. Seriously. I swear.
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    well...protective of my shortie friend here for a min...there can be annoying people of all types...but i do think that n's and s's care about different things sometimes and it can be hard to relate....sometimes....with some people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    I have to say though, honest to goodness, that I have heard from introverts that they like my talking. And that's it's not annoying like they can often find chit chatters. Seriously. I swear.
    I like ENFP talk. That's why I was confused by my irritation with this one guy. I have only met one ESFP as far as I know. They seem like very nice friendly people from the profile. I suspect my irritation with this guy has more to do with me than him anyway.

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    i think we chat about odd things cze cze and they find it amusing. i quite often feel like such the weirdo but i'm fortunate that my friends like that about me. i guess that's why they're my friends. haha
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    ESFPs are awesome creatures and I sincerly hope to be one one day
    ... couldn't drag me away

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    i think we chat about odd things cze cze and they find it amusing. i quite often feel like such the weirdo but i'm fortunate that my friends like that about me. i guess that's why they're my friends. haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by LostInNerSpace View Post
    I like ENFP talk. That's why I was confused by my irritation with this one guy. I have only met one ESFP as far as I know. They seem like very nice friendly people from the profile. I suspect my irritation with this guy has more to do with me than him anyway.
    I've found INTPs are one of the types I find really easy to get on with. Only time it doesn't go smoothly is when I get logiced out, but I normally just wait till they've explained it all and continue, cos I learn quite a bit from it even though I have that out of my comfort zone feel.
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    In my defense, I am awesome.


    (and I'd hope to meet someone like me someday.)

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    ESFP: OMG LET'S DANCE!

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