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    Senior Member Saslou's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    It's odd - I've known only a few ESFJs irl, and most of them were men. I have one girlfriend who's ESFJ and she's adorable. I felt the need to beat guys off of her - she's simply too pretty and charming to be left alone. lol We had the strangest IM conversations. She could slay me. Her sense of humor is out there.
    I am not a girly girl, i am a tom boy .. I would rather hang out with men than go shopping with the girls .. god, i hate clothes shopping .. i don't know about the pretty and adorable .. but i know how to charm the pants off almost anyone .. i usually get told i am cute (whatever that means) .. and well as for guys .. they either tell me "bet your great in bed" (i do wind them up) or "if i was single, i would want to date you" .. typical .. but then all the good men are taken
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    Welcome, fellow tom boy. (I love buying shoes though, I won't lie!)

    All the good guys are taken in my neck of the woods too.
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    but then all the good men are taken
    All the good guys are taken in my neck of the woods too.
    Come on down to the islands. "Good guys" are a dime a dozen here. So much so that they have a tendency to want to act like an asshole just to turn some heads. Hmm...I smell a thread in the yonder...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Grand Chameleon View Post
    Come on down to the islands. "Good guys" are a dime a dozen here. So much so that they have a tendency to want to act like an asshole just to turn some heads. Hmm...I smell a thread in the yonder...
    I have been known to jump on a plane to get my 'man' .. This time however if would be nice for him to come and get me.
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    ESFJ checking in.

    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    I am not a girly girl, i am a tom boy .. I would rather hang out with men than go shopping with the girls .. god, i hate clothes shopping .. i don't know about the pretty and adorable .. but i know how to charm the pants off almost anyone .. i usually get told i am cute (whatever that means) .. and well as for guys .. they either tell me "bet your great in bed" (i do wind them up) or "if i was single, i would want to date you" .. typical .. but then all the good men are taken
    That is interesting. I am the exact same way. I'm feminine enough, but not girly and I have a hard time understanding those who are. I would much rather hang out with guys, and often in groups of girls I feel lost. Shopping is torture for me.

    I always wondered about this because I've read that ESFJ's are supposedly very true to gender stereotypes. Maybe that is off? I personally am true to traditional gender roles for the most part, but many of my interests are more guy'ish. "Girly" girls wear me out, to be honest.
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    Senior Member Saslou's Avatar
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    “I made you take time to look at what I saw and when you took time to really notice my flower, you hung all your associations with flowers on my flower and you write about my flower as if I think and see what you think and see—and I don't.”
    ― Georgia O'Keeffe

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