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    Queen B: ENFJ
    Captain of the Cheerleaders: ESFP
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    lol..ESFJs guys aren't feminine at all. My dad is one...he's an old military guy.. he just gets along with people. The only femme thing about him is getting pissed off if I don't write my mom a mother's day card or something.

    [edit] Terry Bradshaw is listed as ESFJ on one site... seems damn accurate. Just sayin

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    lol..ESFJs guys aren't feminine at all. My dad is one...he's an old military guy.. he just gets along with people. The only femme thing about him is getting pissed off if I don't write my mom a mother's day card or something.

    [edit] Terry Bradshaw is listed as ESFJ on one site... seems damn accurate. Just sayin
    I had a pretty hard time with that one.

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    Stoner: Male IxxP

    Also, I don't see the INFP emo/goth connection. Most aren't that expressive.

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    A goth chick once called me "estranged". O_o

    "Huh.. isn't that what YOU are shooting for?"

    apparently not..

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    Stoner: Male IxxP

    Also, I don't see the INFP emo/goth connection. Most aren't that expressive.
    I was a goth in University, does that count?
    At High school, I was the arsty/smart kid.(Actually I was kinda like Luna Lovegood - had the vauge thing going on, interested in strange things etc, always had paint in her hair or on her face.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander29 View Post
    I had a pretty hard time with that one.
    Fem guy, think SP or NF, necause they are usually arty as well or into acting.
    I've been out with an ESFJ guy (was engaged to him), they are not feminine at all.
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    Think I kinda fit the illusive INTP sterio type. Geek? Maybe in part but more of a geek plus something something. Quirky Oddball would be closers to the point.

    I was the quiet but quirky gifted stoner in High School that ditched more classes than I attended. Tablespoon of hippy and troublemaker and a Tablespoon of metalhead/punk. Mix of a loner and part time low-key social butterfly (had friendly associates from most of the different social groups).

    If it wasn't for the ditching part, I would have hated high school. I look back on pictures and see that I was much better looking than I thought I was at the time. I was shy with girls...the testosterone rushes when I saw some cleavage or leg was too much...even if I thought the girl liked me.

    After high school it seems like more people remembered me than I thought would have (most I don't remember) and thought well of me (or so they expressed).
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    lol..ESFJs guys aren't feminine at all.
    I agree. ESFJ men can easily appear like ESTPs. Fe/Si guides them into more traditionally masculine behavior. They're the man and the lady's man. All the ones I've known have had a contagious laughter that seemed to demand others to join.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charmed Justice View Post
    I agree. ESFJ men can easily appear like ESTPs. Fe/Si guides them into more traditionally masculine behavior. They're the man and the lady's man. All the ones I've known have had a contagious laughter that seemed to demand others to join.
    Yes, my ex-fiance had a REALLY contagious laugh. One of my favorite things about him.
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