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  • ISTJ

    0 0%
  • ESTJ

    6 4.62%
  • ISFJ

    0 0%
  • ESFJ

    3 2.31%
  • ISTP

    31 23.85%
  • ESTP

    75 57.69%
  • ISFP

    8 6.15%
  • ESFP

    27 20.77%
  • INTJ

    3 2.31%
  • ENTJ

    16 12.31%
  • INTP

    2 1.54%
  • ENTP

    21 16.15%
  • INFJ

    5 3.85%
  • ENFJ

    8 6.15%
  • INFP

    1 0.77%
  • ENFP

    15 11.54%
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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    I've *felt* STPs before. They're hot and cold at once, fast and abrupt, passionate, intimidating and good at making ambiance and entertaining people. But they're also practical, down to earth and move on to the next topic quickly. If feelings need to be sorted out, they tend to not dwell on them and stick to the simplest explanation.
    This is exactly why i said ESTP's are bad boys. My brother being one and recently coming out of a relationship. Well he is seriously playing the field and using all of his charm.
    Example - He'd been knocking off some woman whose other half was in prison. He got bored and they mutually agreed to end it. Her next door neighbour saw him one day and they got talking, he gave her his number and told her to nip round for a cuppa one day (Just being polite). One day out of the blue, she knocks on his door (with her 3 year old kid) and asks for that cuppa. He slept with her as well. I would hate to guess how many women he has knocked off in the last 4 months. Player. Lol.
    Least he is honest about it. No pretense there.
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    As far as my experience goes. Some girls are kind of scared-weirded out by me, some just think I'm strange or tactless. I don't have any ability to kind of flirt in a "purposeful" way, but I have been able to get all the girls that I have liked, probably just because I do a lot of sports so I'm decently good looking. I also generally am pretty bad at understanding clues that a girl might give off about liking me, although I have gotten better with age. I suppose I appear kind of misterious to some, but that's usually a bad sign: it means I'm not speaking with you, which means I probably don't find you interesting.
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    what is a cuppa?

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    It's the ISTJ.

    I've seen how d@v3 and Beat and Raz chat it up with all those ENFP girls..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Np sweety
    I am pretty sure. He was just an..unbalanced one. He got high on the effect he had on girls and wasn't able to say no to them. And the fact that he was in an environment that kinda promoted cheating on your girlfriend and counting how many you'd conquered didn't help. He didn't have the most stable homelife either, no example to speak of. He adhered to social rules and loved to make others feel good, coz then they in turn made him feel good and important, and didn't want to hurt them. So he was a master at hiding that he was in fact cheating on them (preventing them from getting hurt), while still bragging about it to his friends (gaining respect and acknowledgement from them), and genuinly believed his own lies when he said he treated people with respect. He was quite young though at the time.
    Okay, yep, not ESTP

    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    You are right, I don't use reason when typing people. I use what I'm best at..my intuition and feelings. I've *felt* STPs before. They're hot and cold at once, fast and abrupt, passionate, intimidating and good at making ambiance and entertaining people. But they're also practical, down to earth and move on to the next topic quickly. If feelings need to be sorted out, they tend to not dwell on them and stick to the simplest explanation. NFs go in detail, in depth and can talk about this for hours and bask in it. ENFJs tend to be just as intense but less intimidating, and have a warmer feel to them when you meet them.
    Awesome, great description of an STP. I'd say that's me to a T. Can't really focus on feelings, don't usually even know what I feel like, if I do at all. But I'm very passionate and active and great at entertaining others.

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    what is a cuppa?
    cup o' tea.

    With a tasty muffin top on the side, of course. Or maybe some nice rolls.
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    STPs and ESFPs.

    ISTPs are the strong, silent type that will have you caught up before you realize what happened.

    ESTPs can charm themselves into anything(ie, promote themselves), and all common sense has the potential for going out the window. They're also good liars.

    ESFPs are just so freaking fun and seemingly harmless. Their popularity gets them laid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    It's the ISTJ.

    I've seen how d@v3 and Beat and Raz chat it up with all those ENFP girls..
    They may be the ladies' man, but are they the bad boys?

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    ESFP was my first thought. ESTP, also does it. I was never that susceptible to bad boys, though. :p And even if I were, I'm too much of an introverted geek to be targeted by them in the first place.

    I do wonder though - what is it about intuition that is so not "bad"? Most that I see here are ESxx.

    And what about bad girls? I'm thinking ENxP.
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    Lol who voted for ENTJs?
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    ESTP and to a lesser extent ISTP, most of the time.
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