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    What are the most daredevil types?
    I have 2 friends (girls) who are quite daredevil. One seems to be extraverted but I don't know her enough, the other one more introverted. Both seems to be feelers. The introverted one is for sure percieving. And the other one, I don't know. She seems to be extraverted, feeler. Very much into hiking in groups, cooking, skiing, painting (seems to be kinda artsy or acting so) and daredevil stuffs. What type could she be?

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    She also likes flashy colors and always wear an artsy hat. (Not sure, it helps but she is acting silly, goofy at times and artsy. Not sure she is ENFP because she doesn't seem to be close to my temperament.. More daredevil, more depressed at times)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cality View Post
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    What are the most daredevil types?
    I would say INTPs are intellectual dare devils. But ISTPs are the racecar drivers and stunt men/women.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cality View Post
    I have 2 friends (girls) who are quite daredevil. One seems to be extraverted but I don't know her enough, the other one more introverted. Both seems to be feelers. The introverted one is for sure percieving. And the other one, I don't know. She seems to be extraverted, feeler.
    I can't see an ISFP being much of a dare devil. More likely ISTP.

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    Very much into hiking in groups, cooking, skiing, painting (seems to be kinda artsy or acting so) and daredevil stuffs. What type could she be?
    This is person is a Sensor.

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    Can be any SP, really, or anyone with a death wish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LostInNerSpace View Post
    I would say INTPs are intellectual dare devils. But ISTPs are the racecar drivers and stunt men/women.



    I can't see an ISFP being much of a dare devil. More likely ISTP.



    This is person is a Sensor.

    Ok, she might be a sensor. But quite sure, she is a feeler. She speaks a lot about feeling down at times, feeling sad (in private, I think, not sure though how much I belong to her private zone) etc... Even though she acts funn, goofy and silly at other times. I can't see an INTP/ISTP talking like this about their mood and love's issues

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Can be any SP, really, or anyone with a death wish.
    So more "J"?

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    ENFPs are so fun. Really, I hardly ever joke about fun. But I digress.

    Huh? ESFP could easily be right for the extryverted one, and they're common.

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    ENFP? I don't think so, but maybe some ENFP is going to contradict me. Im not that daredevil for example... A little but not too much. My lack of "S" and "J" ability to plan my comportement according to the dangerous situation, makes me unsure in difficult situations like canyoning or other sports that type... Which contradict my "NP" will to explore new possibilities to have fun


    She is school teacher for little kids in case it helps (kindergarden... we have a true school for little little kids with true teachers here in France who teach them tons of stuffs)

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    ^Precisely!

    You're ENFP. Your buddy could be ESFP.

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    Ok, i see your point! It's not my buddy actually. Just someone I know through someone else but I am not closed to her.

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