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    Per Ardua Metamorphosis's Avatar
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    He is definately an F. I know if I was in his position, I would definately not be having all of those touch-feely retrospective conversations with the people I just arrested. It's really annoying to even watch.
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    I'd say ESTP for Dog. ENTP and ESTPs get that fluffy streak when they get older, in my experience.
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    Dog I think is an ESxP. I'm not sure about the type as he's got heavy ESTJ or possibly ESFJ.

    The telling signs IMO are in the whole way he's convinced he "knows" people and that his ideas of religion and how to behave are right for everyone. He kinda shoves his POV down people's throats and his wife is very similar.

    Ooooo (realisation/ epiphany). He's not a P!!
    He has the world in order and the world will obey his order but he himself is not ordered and is not dictated to.

    ENFJ?
    He does seem to get people right a lot of the time but with no decent reasoning behind it. That sounds quite ENFJ to me.

    Any how ExFJ. Almost certainly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Dog I think is an ESxP. I'm not sure about the type as he's got heavy ESTJ or possibly ESFJ.

    The telling signs IMO are in the whole way he's convinced he "knows" people and that his ideas of religion and how to behave are right for everyone. He kinda shoves his POV down people's throats and his wife is very similar.

    Ooooo (realisation/ epiphany). He's not a P!!
    He has the world in order and the world will obey his order but he himself is not ordered and is not dictated to.

    ENFJ?
    He does seem to get people right a lot of the time but with no decent reasoning behind it. That sounds quite ENFJ to me.

    Any how ExFJ. Almost certainly.
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