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Thread: Which FP?

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    English 101 with Marmie Dearest



    It's a video and you have to click on the image because for some reason I can't embed it. Sorry.

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    Wait, wait, wait --

    I just realized a subtle shift in the forum population.

    Marm went from ENFP to ESFP (well, at least I'm pretty sure of your E)

    ShortnSweet went from ESFP to ENFP

    And there, magically, the ESFP/ENFP balance remains the same for TypeC.

    :P
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    Me and ShortandSweet just went Freaky Friday on 'yo ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    English 101 with Marmie Dearest



    It's a video and you have to click on the image because for some reason I can't embed it. Sorry.
    Nice vid. You sort of remind me of an ESFP friend of mine which means nothing other than you just remind me of her! lol I can tell you that she is wayyy too distracted with real life to spend time chatting on a forum which is why if I am giving typology any credit, I think you're more ENFP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    English 101 with Marmie Dearest



    It's a video and you have to click on the image because for some reason I can't embed it. Sorry.
    Marmie, my honest opinion is that your ENFP, but very close on both your I and (possibly?) N. Based on disposition & facial expression I would tag you as an I, but something in your speach, direct and confident says E. You do not come across like any ESFP I have ever known (only 3 for certain) THe inflection that you use combined with general verbage and pace reminds me eerily of myself (when alone and serious). And I'll say this.. I do not believe that intuition always reveals itself through decorative metaphors.. its the concepts.. an ability and preference to grasp at the abstract*** I really do think that childhood development with strong sensors can cause N's to learn to relay info in a fairly concrete manner, coupled with the fact that ENFP's in general need/want to communicate with all and often find it externally beneficial to do this in a manner that is understood (by all). This is all I can directly pinpoint now (a few rum n cokes in) but there are other reasons I think your ENFP.. but ya... hahaha.. my two cents. =).
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    Yeah one of the INTJs on here (Uumlau) said he thought I was ISFP when I made my first video...I seem more reserved when you actually look at me talk there, like I'm by myself though...if I'm talking to a person I can be pretty animated and loud, and trust me when I say I can be just as sharp, direct and blunt when I'm speaking as I am in my posts.

    I can also get very passionate about things in person. I also used to always talk in class when I was in college.

    But I can be very reserved if I don't feel like talking. Very. Like "go away."

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    Okay...so Professor Y posted these on PersN, and I bolded the stuff in EN(F) and ES(F) I identify with and crossed out that which does not apply to me at all..these are the flaws and neuroses most common in the types...this comes directly from Jung as a diagnostic tool for personality disorders and such, rather than a standardized typing note, in case you're wondering why the examples are both so negative and extreme:

    Extraverted Sensing - ES(T) and ES(F)

    paranoid, superstitious, anxious, fearful of the unknown, fear of the occult , overly adverse to religion, jealousy, delusional, suspicious of ill-intentions, violent , aggressive, detachment from reality

    Extreme Neurosis:
    Schizotypal Personality Disorder
    Anxiety Disorder - have actually been professionally diagnosed with this
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    Extraverted Intuition - EN(T) and EN(F)

    addictions, impulsive, hypochondriacal, anxiety, addicted to drinking/sex/drugs/cigarettes/and other forms of bodily-induced sensations, dissociated from inner thoughts and feelings, workaholic, overly obsessed with a single object or idea

    Extreme Neurosis:
    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
    Anxiety Disorder - actually have been professionally diagnosed with this
    I COULD EQUALLY BE EITHER....but it does seem like I lean toward ES(F).

    I'll just state here that going by Lenore Thomson's model and by what Simulated World says, what I show is Inferior Si, not Se.

    Could explain why I'm a "reserved" Extrovert too, being ENFP.


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    Frankly, I get no Se from you Marm. But Si, yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    Wait, wait, wait --

    I just realized a subtle shift in the forum population.

    Marm went from ENFP to ESFP (well, at least I'm pretty sure of your E)

    ShortnSweet went from ESFP to ENFP
    Oh, I missed that last one!
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    Now that I've watched the video, I don't know what to think... You seem to have a slight detachment in your way of talking, which makes me consider ISFP - many ISFPs are pretty extroverted, I believe.

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