Sorry, you're wrong, it IS fun and games for us.
Oh and as for being able to overpower an ESTP sorry again, believe me, I've seen an ENFJ explode at me throwing everything they have and I'm not talking about crying either
But what you're not understanding is that WE DON'T GIVE A SH*T
For some reason the ENFJ I know thinks I'm trying to control her too, that I have some kind of agenda when I don't... its purely f**king comical.
As for 'cracking' an ESTP? I think ThatGirl said it best (in another thread) "You never really do, even if you think you are."
I've had ENFJs use things like
"I wouldn't ordinary seek a person like you out as a friend"
Hurtful? Yeah sure. A good attack? Sure why not... Useful against an ESTP? Hell no.
"You're an arrogant manipulative pig"
Usually said when they can't accept that we might actually be right, if this is said we generally just ignore it and go back to using logic and reason to paint a picture of our side of the story
Point is these lines go in one ear out the other... they are personal emotional digs that won't phase an ESTP
After an argument between these 2 types
No one gave in or accepted the other persons point of view
No body "won" per say
The ESTP still doesn't care
The ENFJ is pissy and feels like sh*t
I'd rather still feel good, I'd consider that a win even if no-one caved in
Oh and one last thing, we ARE the easy going type as portrayed... but I've given up trying to convince ENFJs of anything, if they want to believe we are controlling a-holes then fine, whatever.
Even my friend ENFJ when he read into MBTI said my type "sounded like an a-hole" and I'm like... "what part?" and he just said about the parts where we don't take peoples feelings into account etc
I replied that I'm objective and I don't see a problem with that
Also just because you don't feel as much as somebody else doesn't mean you don't make good choices