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    ESTP do seem to manipulate others emotionally, but not directly. Instead they manipulate through objects and facts (Se) that affect emotions. That's my experience, at least.
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    *facepalm*

    Telling it how it is doesn't mean I'm being emotional

    Se is so full of awesome that its bad traits can be overlooked

    I kid, I kid

    But seriously I don't hate INTPs, what's that about? :O according to socionics we are like "semi duals" which is pretty good...

    Well better than putting me in a room with an ESTJ thats for sure

    That could end.... interestingly

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    ENTP: A bit scary. One second they look pissed, but the next second they look like they want you hug them. Overall smart and funny, although the mood shifts are unnerving.
    We like to keep people on their toes.

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    Pretty harsh on the ESFPs, man. What's so bad about them? You must know some shitty ones.
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    Oh dear. There's this one ESFP I know. When she's not intensely staring at me or making valiant yet misguided attempts to flirt with me, she's fond of interjecting the most socially inappropriate comments, just to get a reaction.

    A while ago a close friend of mine, whom we shall call Huckleberry, was off visiting her parents. She had been gone for one day. I encountered our ESFP, who immediately, and before a bunch of people who knew me yet not especially well, asked if I was depressed that Ms Finn was gone.

    "Er, no," I replied.
    "So, if she didn't have a boyfriend, would you want to be her boyfriend?"
    "No, Huckleberry is sort of like a big sister to me."
    "What, really?! She's older than you?!"
    "No, I just mean... in terms of her personality."
    "Oh, so that's what you're into, is it?"
    "Um... Could I have my coffee, please?"

    Every time I run into this dame, it's something along these lines. At one point I asked Huckleberry what the deal was with this woman. "Oh, she's man-crazy," Huckleberry said.

    Ah.

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    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...ml#post1161526

    "They the type of cats who pollute the whole shoreline. Have it purified. Sell it for a $1.25"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aderack View Post
    Come, now. Let's not get all emotional.

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    Aderack win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Is it weird that I (ISFP) don't like wine?
    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Nope. I don't like it either. I find it weird people keep mentioning wine in association with ISFPs, like it's some sort of trademark or something.
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    Yeah, that's what I thought.
    I don't like wine either. Why does it always say the ISFP have refined snobbish tastes. I'd say the were more earthy in general.

    Jeffster does have refined taste in boobs though.
    Quinlan has refined taste in music. Punk is very refined.
    Mo and Mailafee really do have what you would consider typical of refined tastes but it doesn't seem to be stereotypical.

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    I think we are pretty good at appreciating a very wide variety of things, I suppose wine is a convenient example, I wouldn't consider my taste in anything as snobby, I can find something I like in most things.
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