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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming View Post
    Hmm.. people seem to discriminate against my age a lot.

    Just because I'm 15, doesn't mean I can't type myself. I might not have experienced as much as many of the older members of this forum, but it doesn't mean I don't UNDERSTAND who I am.

    I don't see why people are using it as their 'argument' against me having a type.

    So, if I was 18, does that mean I would have 'settled' down already? So once you're 18, you know yourself truly. No exceptions or grey areas?
    Because your type is still developing, not because we are discriminating against you understanding who you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming View Post
    Argentina? IT was the first thing I thought of when the globe turned around in my head. So there.

    Why? Because that was what I thought of first.

    oh, well now isn't that just a pickle!?! You're more likely an ESTP!


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    I mean, I was 25 when I finally stumbled on this type and made it really make sense

    and my perception could still change in the future


    just treat all of this business as a process rather than a result

    Quote Originally Posted by Ming View Post
    So, if I was 18, does that mean I would have 'settled' down already? So once you're 18, you know yourself truly. No exceptions or grey areas?
    voting ENFP because you read this stuff into what people actually said

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurel View Post
    I had an ESFP friend who is pretty involved online and in forums join the forum. They ended up getting offended by all the stupid stuff people said about ESFP. Because the stereotype was so loud, comparatively, they got the feeling that the whole forum felt that way. It didn't take them long to leave the forum.

    And then people wonder why there aren't many ESFP's on the forum.
    Aww...it surprises me how sensitive they can be, even though they appear so solid and indestructible. I love ESFPs, I wish there was more of them here, especially since I'm trying to understand them better.
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