in later episodes she is more opinated and outspoken the way she beat eric cartman seems it seems ej if she was ni she would have realize beating cartman serves no purpose there is a chance she is extj with good fi
ESTP males often feel a misplaced entitlement to women. If Gaston were an ESTJ he'd have Te which would help him understand how the world works. But as an ESTP, all he can really think about is how cool he is (dominant Se).
te is actually catorgorizing things in logical order two i believe any type can think they are cool three se is scanning and he does not do that
I'm not saying Se makes him think he's cool. I'm saying his lack of Te makes him not able to understand external logic. Instead, he has auxiliary Ti which makes him trust his own logic. In his case, that meant whenever Lefou (an actual ESTJ with Te) questions any of Gaston's decisions, he gets a wack in the head for it because Gaston prefers to do things his own way. Also, a person with Si makes decisions based on their own life experience. Gaston, on the other hand, has Se. So he makes decisions based on what he's observing in the present.
Hey @EJCC, I thought of another great fictional ESTJ: Captain, later Admiral Sir Edward Pellew, from the Hornblower TV series, played by Robert Lindsay. He's badass, no-nonsense, and roars hilarious things at people, like "DAMN YOUR IMPUDENCE, SIR!" He's also fiercely loyal and protective of his crew, and especially Hornblower, who is like the son he never had. He's pretty damned awesome. And I'm almost positive he's an ESTJ.