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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    No. True SPs combine sensation-seeking personality with practicality, dexterity, common sens and ability to use sensation to their profit and awareness of details. Ozzy Osbourne is not like that. Ozzy Osbourne is an ENFP.
    Re: SP - agreed. SPs can be overt pleasure-seekers, but they're not usually 'weird, oblivious, otherworldly, impractical, or common sense-less'. In fact, SPs - especially ESP types can have a strong aversion to the idea of being weird - it can be a hot button from Ni tertiary/inferior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottJames View Post
    Re: SP - agreed. SPs can be overt pleasure-seekers, but they're not usually 'weird, oblivious, otherworldly, impractical, or common sense-less'. In fact, SPs - especially ESP types can have a strong aversion to the idea of being weird - it can be a hot button from Ni tertiary/inferior.
    ESPs are Si ignoring, and Se mastering, making them scattered and oblvious but practical.
    ENP are Si repressing and Se awkward, making them scattered and oblivious and impractical.

    Thoses are the différences, and Ozzy O is an ENP. An ENFP.
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    I think you're right.

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