I wonder what it would be like to still be basically the same on the outside, but value things in a concrete, traditional way rather than an abstract way. You know, feel things in a more tangible way. I mean, some ISFJs seem similar to me, while others don't, so I'm kind of curious as to what it would really feel like to be in an ISFJs shoes, and what kind of person I'd be if I had more Si.
I'd be an ESTJ. They don't have Si as the lead (how I love Si ), and they don't use Fe that much either (Fe too ). They have an N function as their tertiary so they are probably more apt at abstract thinking than their ISJ cousins.
I already play an ESTJ irl all the time, for humor's sake, so I'm guessing it can't be that hard. Plus, bane-of-my-existence-Fi wouldn't be a problem. I'd be apt at whoring my capabilities for money, too.
It's one of the best types ever.
I've never met an ESFJ that I couldn't talk to about stuff.
ESFJ females are awesome, too. If i'd be in the situation where I had to choose a future wife and lifelong romantic relationship with depending on only type, it would be an ESFJ.
Warm, charming, genuinely cares, does stuff all the time, usually very competent, funny, witty...
The ones I have stumbled across here and there also seem to have a healthy degree of knowledge about a good range of things.
It's a shame that I don't know more of them. Bloody awesome, generally speaking
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