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    Default Heather Graham

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    No idea as to her type. She strikes me as a bit of an airhead though.

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    If I hear ENFP one more time...


    She's an ESFP.

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    No N.
    None.
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    Hang on. Would an ESFP be the most likely type to rebel against her strict Catholic upbringing and get into Hinduism and transcendental meditation? That indicates serious N.
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    Edited OP (again).
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamiteninja View Post
    Hang on. Would an ESFP be the most likely type to rebel against her strict Catholic upbringing and get into Hinduism and transcendental meditation? That indicates serious N.
    Ehhhhhhh, anyone can do that. I'm thinking ESFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamiteninja View Post
    Hang on. Would an ESFP be the most likely type to rebel against her strict Catholic upbringing and get into Hinduism and transcendental meditation? That indicates serious N.
    This doesn't necessarily indicate N, however, you do have a point.

    An ESFP girl would likely embrace the Catholic high school girl lifestyle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    This doesn't necessarily indicate N, however, you do have a point.

    An ESFP would likely embrace the Catholic high school girl persona.
    You're right, if by likely you mean less likely than just about any other type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    You're right, if by likely you mean less likely than just about any other type.
    Oh, you're right, I was thinking of the segment Catholic High School Girls in Trouble, from The Kentucky Fried Movie.

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