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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    female INTP - female ESTJ
    I get along Ok with the ESTJs I know (two). ESFP is more likely to draw a brawl to the death.

    Edit: and here's why - the ESFP hall of shame:
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    • May be seen by others as unnecessarily coarse in their behaviour and life choices.
    • May be unable to value or may ignore the preferences and needs of others.
    • May perceive even the most careful and objective criticism as simply a ploy to spoil their enjoyment of life.
    • May have skewed or unrealistic ideas about the feelings of others.
    • May be unable to acknowledge or hear anything that would lead to second thoughts or a more careful appreciation.
    • May blame their problems on the world at large, seeing themselves as frustrated heroes battling against the odds.
    • May become totally self focused and oblivious to the havoc they wreak on others feelings.
    • May uncaringly use totally innapropriate social behavior simply to make a point.
    • May be overbearing in their judgements upon the taste and dress of others.
    • May come across to others as boastful and rash in their attitudes.
    • May rationalise the ways of the world in the most inane or simplistic ways.
    • May believe the most extraordinary things about inanimate objects and their workings.
    • May feel overwhelmed with tension and stress when driven into a situation which requires deep and careful consideration.
    • Under great stress, may feel the world around them is alive with dark, unseen influences.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Yes, but they would enjoy doing it together.
    Good point; perhaps an ESFP and an ISTJ then.

    Murder would soon ensue.

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    from my experience I really annoying and hyperactive ESFP continually touching an INFP. About killed that girl a few times, she kept wanting to sleep with me, and I'm like I'm not interested. If I felt we had some romantic connection, I would have since we're both Bi. But I do not want to sleep with every person I meet.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    ESTJs and I, err I just try to avoid them. For the sake of my sanity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    ESTJs and I, err I just try to avoid them. For the sake of my sanity.
    They do have a special way of destroying it.

    *clinging to my face like a starfish of love* ....... PinkPiranha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delilah View Post
    They do have a special way of destroying it.

    And the sad thing is, they have no idea they're doing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    And the sad thing is, they have no idea they're doing it.
    They sure don't.

    They are doing "the right thing" they are "helping you" "making you better".

    *sigh*

    Evil, soul-sucking monsters.
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    Amen to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IF3157 View Post
    I get along Ok with the ESTJs I know (two). ESFP is more likely to draw a brawl to the death.

    Edit: and here's why - the ESFP hall of shame:
    Which is funny -- my best friend growing up was ESFP, and I love my ESFP son to death. He can frustrate me to no end, but he doesn't even come close to annoying me as badly as a rigid J type can.

    Because basically ESFPs might flip out from time to time, OR they can get very selfish, but in general they're so P that they quickly flex to the situation and, since they hate long-term conflict, the pain doesn't last long.
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    Okay, now imagine an ENTP and an INTJ, and the INTJ already doesn't like the ENTP because of a prior disagreement, and the ENTP knows it.

    The immediate conflict would be get-away-from-me vs. you-must-like-me. I imagine a dead ENTP within a week.

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