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    Default What's the easiest type to spot?

    what type, in your own opinion, is easiest to recognize?

    maybe ENTJ? or hmm..... tell me your thoughts

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    ESxx types, because I just don't relate to them
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    agreed, ESxx because they're so open and easily understood.
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    Yeah probably ES__, it's like concreteness flying out from them at you.
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    immature ESFJs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Yeah probably ES__, it's like concreteness flying out from them at you.
    Agreed. And it can come at the most unpredictable of moments not to mention the predictable moments.
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    I doubt it's ENTJ, there just aren't that many of them. I don't think it's unusual to confuse an ESTJ, ESFJ, or ENFJ for one though. I think ESFJs are generally pretty easy for me to pick out simply because it's like seeing something that should be like me, but isn't. I also have a fairly easy time picking out INTJs, but that might be because they're a little closer to the me I feel most comfortable with.

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    I probably have the easiest time spotting ENTP's and INTP's. All of the ES types somewhat blend together for me, so I have a harder time telling them apart.
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    I have a certain galvanizing effect on some ESTJ, so I'd say these are the easiest for me to spot.

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