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    That's a very NTJ response, YWIR.

    I think stereotypical young ESFP behavior is encompassed by "OMGZ!!!11111" I used to work with a woman who I think very much was ESFP and she talked non-stop and people either loved her or wanted to hide from her. She was like the freaking Energizer Bunny on crack. The store manager reprimanded her several times for talking too loud or talking excessively to customers while neglecting her duties. She was really sweet, though, played guitar, and was a really open-minded person. We were friends for a while.

    I know some people want to hide under the table when I get emo, but my ESFP mother has a special talent for making absolutely everything a potential episode of Jerry Springer. It scares me sometimes, like, she is totally one of those people who should NEVER EVER talk on a cell phone and drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    My favorite part of the ESFP description is "May believe the most extraordinary things about inanimate objects and their workings."
    I named my car. I'm doomed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    I named my car. I'm doomed.
    I dunno, man, I once talked my car into starting when I was about 18, believed my stuffed animals felt neglected if I didn't hug them as a child, and still tend to carry a superstition that objects and houses carry energy.

    I wonder if they're referring the concept of talismans, or ... I was just picturing someone believing that the washing machine cleansed sin from their clothing. Or weirder.

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    rofl, a washing machine cleansing sings off of your clothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    It's ok, some people think I'm an ESFP too.


    *crickets*
    ....Guys??? GUYS??????!!
    In my personal opinion you're an ISFP with good Ni development which makes you seem more INFP at times.

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    Whether you are or are not does little to diminish your awesomeness
    "The man who is swimming against the stream knows the strength of it."
    ― Woodrow Wilson

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    * Highly creative, artistic and spiritual, they can produce wonderful works of art, music and literature. ISFPs are natural artists. They will find great satisfaction if they encourage and develop their artistic abilities. That doesn't mean that an ISFP has to be a famous writer or painter in order to be content. Simply the act of "creating" will be a fulfilling source of renewal and refreshment to the ISFP. An ISFP should allow himself or herself some artistic outlet, because it will add enrichment and positive energy to their life.
    I kind of didn't mean this one. Just highlighted it to make myself sound professional about her.

    * ISFPs have an extremely well-developed ability to appreciate aesthetic qualities. They're usually very aware of their environment, and can easily see what works well and what doesn't from an aesthetic perspective. If they allow this strength to flourish, they're likely to be stylish dressers who live in a home that's aesthetically pleasing.
    ... And this. "well-developed ability to appreciate aesthetic ---" - hahahah. Crazy. I mean, wow - I'm ignorant!

    But yea, whatever.

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    ZZzzz this thread just stopped delivering.

    Behaviour =/= Cognition
    Attitude =/= Cognition
    Favourite Colour =/= Cognition
    Motivation =/= Cognition

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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    ZZzzz this thread just stopped delivering.
    *gasps*

    Why sir! Are you insinuating that I am boring!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YWIR View Post
    *gasps*

    Why sir! Are you insinuating that I am boring!
    YWIR, you are so dreadfully dull.

    By comparison you have some stiff competition so you should feel like you came last in a race of thoroughbreds rather than lame mules.


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