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  • ESTJ

    36 31.86%
  • ISTJ

    29 25.66%
  • ESFJ

    23 20.35%
  • ISFJ

    25 22.12%
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  1. #41
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    ESTJ. Smallest deviation from my type. I could find that choice either by elimination, or by finding it's merits.
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    I'd like to be an ESFJ and maybe pursue a career on stage.

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    ESFJ, they are kool, estjs can lick my ballz.

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    ISTJ cause they are the weirdest of them xD
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    Give me ISFJ
    My mom is one and I have nothing but respect for that woman. Strong, dependable, does her job without whining, bitching or backstabbing. Can be a bit cranky at times especially when feeling unappreciated, but usually she's right. Can get an incredible amount of stuff done, is like a mother hen and puma in one (those who touch her young will die!). The most consistent person I've ever known, which is such a benefit to kids. Neverending patience and love for those close to her with maybe two little problems that come with that: overprotective (especially if you're a kid) and too pushy in the things they wanna do for you, leaving you feeling completely guilty for not being abe to return the favor as there's nothing she loves more than taking care of others. It's incredibily hard to do something back *just for her*. Awesome people though.
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    I'd try ISFJ and ESFJ.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    I picked ESTJ because I haven't typed any so I don't have any bad vibes with it. And I wouldn't mind keeping my E.

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    First choice ISFJ, second choice ESFJ. ESFJs as someone has said do seem more often the happy people in this society, who find it fairly easy to find careers that they enjoy and are good at, though that probably varies according to which industries employ the most people in given places and times - here the tertiary sector is currently the biggest. However they risk becoming more miserable than ISFJs would if not in regular, positive contact with other people. ISFJs cope better with having to be alone at times and I think find it easier to achieve and stay out of trouble at school because they don't have as strong a desire to be social and talkative.

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    ESFJ! ESFJ male I knows are among the best most awesome men that I know.
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    E=60% S=55% T=70% P=80%

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    I'd say ISTJ but my dad is one and he is so uptight.
    I'd say ISFJ but my brother is one and he is unwilling to live for himself.
    Whichever one is the most relaxed while maintaining her own identity. Which one is that?

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