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    Quote Originally Posted by cheerchick23 View Post
    lol, nice

    the thing is....

    i'm pretty good at this whole MBTI thing, but i'm not an expert... i need some concrete examples of what "N" (or s/t/f/j/p) looks like before i can "feel" it

    haha
    Hey , and welcome!

    It will be Ne and Se that will be the difference here. They aren't always that easy to spot the difference between, and if they are in their late 20s or older, the Te can make it very difficult. The last time I only figured out a person was ESFP by their approach to music (ie. the Se precision with details).

    Both types wander across topics, and talk quick. Watch for the psychoanalysis part, it is probably the biggest ENFP give away. And also the way they go on tangents. Though the difference is hard to pick sometimes, the tangents from both types can be just as strange and obscure.

    This might be useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viv View Post
    Describes me pretty well. Sometimes, I mask that serious side with playfulness.. because in reality, when I talk about anything deep, it overwhelms people I know when the subject of interest is too intense? They'd rather not 'think' about it. I tone it down a bit. Keep that info to myself and a select few who understand. Being ENFP for me, means I keep my blacksheepness in disguise! :546: At other times, it's really hard for me to act in the moment like some of the sensors I know do. My movements are a bit unfluid compared to theirs. Hard for me to describe.

    I do the same thing, Viv. Sometimes I have a tendency to really "go there" when I have a certain train of thought. I learned to tone it down & show more of my playful/silly side. It's better that way. It could get very weird. :crazy:
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    I actually used to think I was overboard with analyzing things because I would leave my "S" family in the dust. My ESFP sister still looks at me like I'm crazy when I get in an analyzing mode.

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    ENFPs talk about big ideas, talk in leaps and bounds, talk about possibilities, sometimes unrealistic.

    ESFPs talk about the here and now, everyday stuff, tangible stuff, no wishy-washy talk.

    Edit: I <3 them both!
    Last edited by simpleamazement; 03-23-2009 at 11:51 PM. Reason: <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viv View Post
    Describes me pretty well. Sometimes, I mask that serious side with playfulness.. because in reality, when I talk about anything deep, it overwhelms people I know when the subject of interest is too intense? They'd rather not 'think' about it. I tone it down a bit. Keep that info to myself and a select few who understand. Being ENFP for me, means I keep my blacksheepness in disguise! :546: At other times, it's really hard for me to act in the moment like some of the sensors I know do. My movements are a bit unfluid compared to theirs. Hard for me to describe.
    Sounds pretty ENFP to me

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