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  1. #101
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    Quiet, shy girl:
    -INFP (the shy wallflower who rarely speaks up in class and regularly hides behind a book, but is surprisingly talented at writing; secretly feels isolated and misunderstood, but may feel too timid to do something about it)
    - ISFP (the shy girl who prefers sitting alone to being with people during her lunch period and often works on her artwork and listens to her ipod in a secluded corner; although very shy initially, she proves to be easygoing and approachable once she becomes comfortable enough to trust and open up to you)
    Loner- INFP (outcast who nobody seems to understand who actually has an intelligent, insightful mind beyond their "odd" demeanor);
    -INFP (quiet, shy girl who loves fantasy novels and reading fiction/ poetry books to daydream and escape from daily teenage life)
    Wow,these are all some uncomfortably close descriptions of me in high school....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hinastarr View Post
    ESFJ: "The Friendliest, Merriest Kid at School"

    - These students are very similar to the school's overachieving ENFJs, but have some attributes of the gossipy ESFPs, making them appear "two-faced" and insincere at times. They are usually not mean-spiritied or confrontational, and in fact are sometimes so inclusive and polite that it almost feels fake. Likely to be religious or spiritual in some sense. While the school's ENFJs often try to be open-minded and sometimes become idealistic to a fault, the ESFJs are much more attuned to social norms and show a more obvious interest/ attraction to fashion. As extraverts, they seem almost bewildered when encountering someone who lacks social grace and is excessively awkward and/or quiet. They are often incredibly energetic, cheerful, and optimistic and are loved by their teachers (whom admire their openness and model behavior).
    - INFJ (the shy person people perceive as mysterious and misinterpret as being snobbish and aloof; despite their shyenss, they actually feel comfortable standing on the sidelines and don't strive nearly as hard as some others to achieve popularity and follow the crowd. Possibly very inelligent and sees everything on a deeper level than msot beneath their quiet demeanor)
    both good descriptions of me in high school. i think most of my high school friends thought of me as shy, aloof, very sweet, and rather strange. was a model student and a people-pleaser, though.

    never really connected with people my age until i went to college. spent most of my time with adults in high school. people did think i was thoughtful, though. my senior year superlative was "talks the least, says the most."

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    I was a social floater/honors student/stoner/drama kid/and pretty popular. tried like every sport once, lol. sucked at em all, but my friends were there, and i got to run around and play.

    ENFP: jack of all trades
    You hem me in -- behind and before;
    you have laid your hand upon me.
    Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
    too lofty for me to attain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by five sounds View Post
    I was a social floater/honors student/stoner/drama kid/and pretty popular. tried like every sport once, lol. sucked at em all, but my friends were there.

    ENFP: jack of all trades
    can totally imagine that! did you guys do superlatives in your senior year/what were you voted as?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honor View Post
    can totally imagine that! did you guys do superlatives in your senior year/what were you voted as?
    well i was voted "spirit queen" cuz i always went full on ridiculous for spirit week (my ESTP friend and i thought we were hilarious dressing up as pilgrims for decade day). i think i got best eyes for superlatives. lame.

    how bout you?

    EDIT: oops! just saw it. that's a really nice thing to have said about you! i like it.
    You hem me in -- behind and before;
    you have laid your hand upon me.
    Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
    too lofty for me to attain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honor View Post
    people did think i was thoughtful, though. my senior year superlative was "talks the least, says the most."
    better than a thousand word speech of empty words is one pregnant sentence hearing which one feels peace

    hehe

    you do have a knack for relevance.

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    - ISFJ (conservative, evangelical christian who became shy after years of being sheltered by her religious, overbearing parents; has only a few select friends and is teased often for seeming too prudish and backward in appearance)
    literally know an ISFJ who fits this exact description, so funny

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    Queen B: ESFJ
    Captain of the Cheerleaders: ESFJ
    Sidekick Cheerleaders: ISFJ
    Jock: ESTP
    Geek: INTx
    Quiet, shy girl: INFx
    Arty one: IxFP
    Flamboyant one into Drama: ExFP
    Butch Girl: ESTJ
    Feminine Guy: INFP
    Pimp: ESTP
    Goth: INFx/ISFP
    Emo: same
    Loud, annoying one: ENTP
    School journalist: INTJ
    School gossip: ESFx
    Sl#t: ESTP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    Queen B: ESTJ
    Captain of the Cheerleaders: ESFJ
    Sidekick Cheerleaders: ESFP
    Jock: ESTP
    Geek: INTP
    Quiet, shy girl: INFJ
    Arty one: ISFP
    Flamboyant one into Drama: ENFJ
    Butch Girl: ISTP
    Feminine Guy: ESFJ
    Pimp: ESFP
    Goth: ISFP
    Emo: INFP
    Loud, annoying one: ENTP
    Class Clown: ENFP
    School journalist: ISFJ
    School gossip: ESFJ
    Sl#t: ESFP

    My 2 cent correction.

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    Y'all know, Jung was an OG slut shamer. Called out Ne types.

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