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    Stupid ESFJs, they seriously piss me off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonata View Post
    ESTJ.

    The absolute most important thing in life is not the proper way to load a dishwasher.
    Touché!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    I can think of at least one person that I like from each type, with the exception of ESTJ's. I only have typed 2 ESTJ's though and happen to not like either of them, so i'm sure someone's going to come along and prove me wrong.
    You're damn right, they'll not only prove you wrong (well, whatever their personal concept of "wrong" is, anyway...), they'll make it sting so hard that you never want to step out of line and challenge authority EVER AGAIN!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raz1337 View Post
    Ehh. ISTJs do the same. We just aren't as vocal as ESTJs. That's what bothers me about ESTJs. They're vocal about the things that I usually keep to myself.

    I dismiss playful nature. I only put up with the ENFPs because of the mounting sexual attraction.
    Haha yes, and the ESTJ's only problem with you is probably that you keep to yourself things which s/he feels should be vocalized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    The ESTJ will never, ever, ever, ever listen to anything that suggests a fundamental change of perspective on the task or a restructuring of the traditional procedure or authority structure. The world of "what if?"s and abstractions about possibilities is both uncomfortable and threatening to them.
    Hehehe. So true. So true.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick
    Generalizing is a type or way of thinking that we *all* engage in.

    We observe the world and we make note of any patterns that emerge or inconsistencies.

    To categorize is essentially to generalize.

    I can't stand people who can't stand people who make generalizations.

    Women, in general, are shorter than men in any given population, and NO SHIT some women are taller than men, duh!!!

    But if you have a family consisting of both men and women, the men, on average, will be several inches taller than the women.
    Totally agreed. MBTI in itself is a total generalization, but it helps us to get a general view of how people work, which allows for better communication. Of course within each type, we will have our own unique variations.

    Whoever made that dishwasher comment- I know whatcha mean! Ahahaha.

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    I least like INTP's...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risen View Post
    I least like INTP's...
    Yeah! They suck.

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    Unhealthy SJs who believe that tradition should be maintained above all else and refuse to listen to a logical argument about a better way of doing something. This would mainly be ESxJs (who are more vocal about their convictions), although I've seen ISxJs show the same behaviour when pushed. I feel like screaming 'Innovation will not kill you!' sometimes.
    However, my ISTJ mum and I get on fine with very little argument over how to do things.

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    Which one is the work bully, all ego type again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Which one is the work bully, all ego type again?
    Depends what you mean by "work bully"? I guess an unhealthy E-TJ fits that well, if you're talking about excessive micro-managing. Otherwise, any type has the potential to bully in the workplace. ESTPs can be seen as too blunt, the aloofness of the INTP can me misinterpreted as ignoring, etc.

    I dunno, personally. A lot of NTs have stated SJs are the bane of their existance, so to speak. I honestly need an SJ in my life to keep me grounded, organised and telling me when my zipper is undone. My mum is an ESTJ, so just as well. My ISFJ and ISTJ friends were practically my parents at school; "Emma, you left your iPod on the train!"
    Um, yeah.

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