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    SHit.... Dammit
    Lol...

    Despite being a fashion major i am guilty of that.
    For me, ESFP is easiest to spot. So full of energy, i adore them.

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    ESFJ
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    ESFPs, ENFJs, ENFPs, and INFPs!

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    ENFPs and ESFPs are easy to spot

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    ISTP thats at least the only type I understand
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJ99 View Post
    How you spot a NTP then? And how do you know the I from the E?
    It's easy for me to spot an NT, because they like to talk about the same types of things that I do, and that is hard for me to get out of other types (especially S types). NTP's care less for external standards than NTJ's do, and also get irritated less easily than NTJ's. Between INTP and ENTP, INTP's seem emotionless and overly analytical. ENTP's tend to have a quick reply for nearly anything. ENTP's also tend to be more confrontational, but some are subtle about it while others are more obvious.
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    For everyone saying that ENFJs are the easiest type to spot can you say why ? I'm just curious

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheerchick23 View Post
    what type, in your own opinion, is easiest to recognize?

    maybe ENTJ? or hmm..... tell me your thoughts
    The rounded non-SJ introverts may be difficult to detect.

    Why?
    Rounded is not the same as common.
    Why?

    The map has no center.
    Why?

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    As always wildcat is on the ball!

    And he is correct. All reference points are arbitary. The British created the Greenwich Meridian and the French the Paris Meridian. And with WGS 84 we have grid zones that overlap, thanks to a German. We can be two places at once, thanks to Friedrich Robert Helmert.

    Just as a map turns an oblate spheroid into a flat surface so your MBTI is a simplification. The only question is, does it work?

    If you thought you could only be one place at at time, think again.

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    EXFP - They are my polar opposite. :/
    Generally I can notice other feelers as these are the people I usually gravitate towards.

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