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    The High Priestess Amargith's Avatar
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    INFP at school, ENFP at home.
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    ENFP: The Drama Queen
    At first glance, the ENFP may seem like the ESFP, but where the ESFP is a dramatic realist, the ENFP is the dramatic idealist (hence their nickname). Where ESFPs are their own personalities, the ENFP dreams of an idealized sense of self, which could lead them to be either fantastic actors and actresses or cunning manipulators. The ENFP's habit of idealizing the self and the world around around them place a risk of confusing their own reality. And so the ENFP is deep in the sense that they are perceptive and can create a fantasy out of world around them, a gift that could make them into astonishing storytellers (or pathological liars), but also shallow in that they may lose their own true identity.
    whoa...that pissed me off kinda.

    i was very similar in high school...a bit less outspoken...but always friendly and outgoing...i was friends with everyone and had a good time in school and not even a tiny bit dramatic or manipulative.

    edit: oh damn didn't even read the op.
    okay now i have and none of those totally fit..maybe enfj...maybe esfp....???
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    Those SP descriptions in the OP is a pretty good description of my group of friends in high school.
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    ENTJ: The Punk
    This type likely to be perceived as the ESTJ's deviant twin. Rather than conforming, the ENTJ is highly critical of the status quo and has no fear of expressing and acting upon it in the world. Here we have the original visionary pioneer or unforgiving misanthrope. Very simply, the ENTJ does not take things the way they are. The ENTJ may also seem like the ESTP, either a jock or a bully. If a jock, the ENTJ sees a strategic purpose behind it, while the ESTP sees enjoyment. If a bully, while the ESTP may simply enjoy teasing others for fun, the ENTJ acts out of vengeance.
    I was the hardcore jock.

    When I was a senior - I drove a fully tinted lincoln town-car, I had lady-friends that would pretend to be my mom to call me out of school so we could all go to seaside (think Jersey Shore), and I dated half the cheerleading team but never went to ONE football game.

    At the same time I was working for an attorney part-time, I got the highest SAT score in the history of my school, I was running a business on the side, AND most epically - I almost sued my school.

    The principal told me I had lost all credit for the classes due to excessive unexcused absences. That was pleasure to my ears because they had willfully rescinded all documentation from some of my doctor's and dentist appointments. I told my boss (the attorney) and together filed a motion for preliminary injunction with the Commissioner of Education. The principal was embarrassed, and signed my diploma a day after.

    Hahahah Good times.

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    I was the outcast. Aparrently that wasn't in the list.

    The people in my school apparently had no Ti.
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    So I was:

    Year 1, beginning year 2: ENTP
    Later in year 2 and in year 3: ISFJ
    Beginning year 4: ENFJ
    The rest: INTJ
    Outside school: ENTP

    Yay.

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    HS Year 1: I was an Infp
    HS Year 2: I became an Enfp.
    HS Year 3: I evolved into an Entp.

    Been an ENTP ever sense.

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    I was a loser

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    hey, why don't NFs get a type category description? lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    ENFP: The Drama Queen
    At first glance, the ENFP may seem like the ESFP, but where the ESFP is a dramatic realist, the ENFP is the dramatic idealist (hence their nickname). Where ESFPs are their own personalities, the ENFP dreams of an idealized sense of self, which could lead them to be either fantastic actors and actresses or cunning manipulators. The ENFP's habit of idealizing the self and the world around around them place a risk of confusing their own reality. And so the ENFP is deep in the sense that they are perceptive and can create a fantasy out of world around them, a gift that could make them into astonishing storytellers (or pathological liars), but also shallow in that they may lose their own true identity.
    close

    let's try something else...

    ENFP: The Slacker of All Trades



    i was much, much more like an INFP at school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post

    ESFJ: The Preppy
    The model student for an American female teen. Interested in makeup, clothing, and anything trendy, usually to appear more socially desirable. Therefore, they seem to be interested in all kinds of music, movies, and other forms of entertainment. They like small dogs, say "Ewww!!!" a lot, and they're afraid of spiders and Goth kids.
    Lol ..

    Model student in that i manipulated some of the teachers to get what i wanted especially getting out of wearing school uniform, lol. If my teachers were stupid, i'd tell them. Was able to be the class crown and still get good grades. Was not interested in clothes, make-up or anything trendy .. I made my own style. Loved going to the toilets for a quick fag. Also got busted for having a note in my school coat asking someone to get me some LSD, lol .. Oh fun days. Still don't like spiders and enjoyed anyone who wasn't stuck up their own ass (ie, the popular kids).

    I was obviously not an ESFJ at school.
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