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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    I don't think they're alike at all usually... There may be the rare person like Charlie sheen... Which one is he? Or is he an enfp with narcissistic personality disorder??

    I think it's easier to confuse esfp with estp or entp with enfp

    I'd say estps seem very grounded in reality and entps seem very not.
    I'll agree somewhat. While acknowledging their ability to GSD, the overall demeanor can seem short-sighted. Ofc I might be biased /Ne dom
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    Gsd?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
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    Haha oh right I should've known!! Or ISK!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    I don't think they're alike at all usually... There may be the rare person like Charlie sheen... Which one is he? Or is he an enfp with narcissistic personality disorder??

    I think it's easier to confuse esfp with estp or entp with enfp

    I'd say estps seem very grounded in reality and entps seem very not.
    There are lots of similarities...they are unlike each other to a degree though

    edit; ENTP and ESTP, should of just quoted the first part. But if you had them both in a room doing their usual business you could tell how similar they are, not that they're the same
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    Which ones are you referring to?
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    One usually carries a lot of swagger about them. And one doesn't. It's not that complicated.

    That said, I think ENTPs are usually cooler.

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    They're so different!!! IMO way more obvious then esfp and enfp
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    One usually carries a lot of swagger about them. And one doesn't. It's not that complicated.

    That said, I think ENTPs are usually cooler.
    ENTPs have swagger too. Certainly compared to, say, an INTJ at least.
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