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  • I'm attracted

    2 13.33%
  • They're interesting

    10 66.67%
  • They're not interesting

    1 6.67%
  • I hate/dislike them!

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    Default What are your feelings towards your MBTI opposite?

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    Unless leprous, they could not have things any easier. So I guess my feelings are mild pity. Like you'd feel for a lego man in a lego castle when you turn on the light in the middle of the night to get a snack and see him, still there. Where you left him.

    I'm sure they'd be crushed to know that a grown man who uses lego analogies feels that way about them. If they weren't ESTJs.

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    It depends on what you mean by "opposite".

    I'll assume you mean the anima/animus, which, for me, is ESFP.

    In that case, I would say: any and/or all of the above, depending on the individual, and the moment in time.

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    My supposedly mbti opposite has a good usage of 2/3 of my top core functions, and I tend to get along fine with them.

    I actually think ESFJs are the most fun sensors. A well developed Fe/Ne combo definitely helps.

    My real opposite would be ESFP.

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    I haven't met any confirmed ESFJ's; but the description sends chills down my spine. Sounds like exactly the kind of Republican who would be after me with a pitchfork. (Of course, this is only an extreme variety.) Conversely, my best girl friend tested as ESTJ. And the description seemed more tolerable.

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    i was going along the lines of letter opposite so ESFJ-INTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    I haven't met any confirmed ESFJ's; but the description sends chills down my spine. Sounds like exactly the kind of Republican who would be after me with a pitchfork. (Of course, this is only an extreme variety.) Conversely, my best girl friend tested as ESTJ. And the description seemed more tolerable.
    seriously? ESFJs are everywhere in the real world you gotta get out more.

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    I voted "They're interesting".... because they are. But I'm not going to deny it takes more work to understand/get along with/communicate with them. Doesn't mean I dislike them, just takes more effort (which I don't prefer, but will accept :P )
    I have an inner monologue that sounds strikingly similar to something off Animal Planet.

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    Is there an option between interesting and attractive? Like a platonic really liking them.


    By best friend is ESFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    I haven't met any confirmed ESFJ's; but the description sends chills down my spine. Sounds like exactly the kind of Republican who would be after me with a pitchfork. (Of course, this is only an extreme variety.) Conversely, my best girl friend tested as ESTJ. And the description seemed more tolerable.
    I hear they also roast babies and tear the flesh with their claws.

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    I am not sure what my true MBTI opposite would be. dogE? If so, I would have to say I am ok with them so long as they are of the retriever/lab varieties, smell like fresh baked cinnamon buns, and dont slobber on me.

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