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    What type is your father? Out of curiosity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    To be honest, I probably wouldn't have gotten that. I'm always looking for puns and stuff -- like the stuff in James Bond movies.
    Or Arnold movies?

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    Q: "Where's Salle?"
    A: "I let him go."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    Indeed. Particularly when it involves me doing something unnecessary to preserve my safety/well being, which I am perfectly capable of doing on my own.

    Although, it probably wouldn't be the type that I would most likely lash out at. In my experience, that has been ENTJ. However, the fact that most ISTJs fold out before escalating an argument with me helps.
    An ESFJ is like the stereotyped grandmother type. ESFJs annoy me because they always remind me of "inappropriate behavior" -- ExFJs are the kind of people who constantly give lectures, and worse, get into my business.

    I also find that ESTJs are really bossy, probably even more than ENTJs -- or at least the ESTJs are bossy in a way that annoys me more (they're bossy about detail work).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Or Arnold movies?

    Arnold drops man off cliff
    Q: "Where's Salle?"
    A: "I let him go."
    He had a great one in Predator.

    He impales a guy and says: "Stick around."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    He had a great one in Predator.
    He impales a guy and says: "Stick around."
    Lol...

    or in Total Recall, when he shoots his wife-gone-bad and then says, "Consider that a divorce"?
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    I hate to admit, but I liked Arnold's puns in Batman & Robin, as well. Obvious though they were.

    Puns are tricky, though. Sometimes I'm not quick enough to come up with them myself.

    I was watching The Shield the other day where they arrested this guy with an arm cut off -- I said to the screen: "You can't shoot him, he's unarmed!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    An ESFJ is like the stereotyped grandmother type. ESFJs annoy me because they always remind me of "inappropriate behavior" -- ExFJs are the kind of people who constantly give lectures, and worse, get into my business.
    Oh, jeez--I worked for a micromanaging ESFJ at one point. That was hell. After she started doing her thing in front of witnesses and got threatened with HR reports, she started cornering me in the ladies' room with her lectures on manners.
    I also find that ESTJs are really bossy, probably even more than ENTJs -- or at least the ESTJs are bossy in a way that annoys me more (they're bossy about detail work).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    What type is your father? Out of curiosity.
    I'm not sure who you're talking to. BUt I will answer in case it is me.

    My dad is XNFP. He and I have a great relationship.



    He has really been getting into the personality typing thing too. He loves her so much, but I think it's only been in the past .5 decade or so as he's been trying to become a writer on the side that he's realized that, on some things, she is just never going to get it. (His words.)

    I think he always thought she was too busy... she's really intelligent. She's caring and loving. She's just... doesn't want to lean into the "N" world and it's clear she's lacking there because of it.
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    *Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
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    This talk of ESTJs and ESFJs, coupled with my own experiences with each type, brings me closer to the conclusion that my father is not an ESFJ, as I've assumed for some time -- but simply a culturally traditional ESFP.

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    I admit right up front to only reading the first page of this thread (so far). I had to say something before continuting. It spoke to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    My mom thinks I need too much privacy; that I can't let anyone see me fail and I like to be seen as tough.

    She thinks my soul is superficial. She actually said that. I'm not offended but I do wonder how much of this is her ISFJ not-able-to-seeness.
    I empathise with you, Usehername. I have two very E parents, but my mom in particular, an ESFJ, always thought I was distant, cold and that I 'used' people (her words). She didn't understand (and still does not to this day) that when people let me down too many times I cut them out and move on. Better for all involved.

    *off to read the rest*

    This signature left intentionally blank.

    Really.

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