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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    Facebook isn't really a message board. It's an electronic extention of high school cliques and a common tool to organize shit IRL - so no surprise that ESFJ are all over it.
    Hear, hear!

    ESFJs I know were never big into computers but they did have those fancy electronic address books before PDAs and smart phones...and were always the person to ask when you wanted to see an old high school yearbook.
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    This question has been answered about 5 billion times

    Sensor types especially SJs have less interest in these types of topics/these kind of websites/forums

    That is not to say they are not on the internet, as stated above, facebook is littered with them

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    Even if there were more ESFJ's than we think online, would they ever want to identify as one?

    The amount of pre-conceived notions about that particular type would put anyone off....although someone might take pride in being rare on a forum if that type of thing floats your fruit cake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AffirmitiveAnxiety View Post
    Even if there were more ESFJ's than we think online, would they ever want to identify as one?

    The amount of pre-conceived notions about that particular type would put anyone off....although someone might take pride in being rare on a forum if that type of thing floats your fruit cake.
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    I'm quite new to this and tested as an ESFJ... and I do enjoy this forum quite a lot. Why would
    Quote Originally Posted by AffirmitiveAnxiety View Post
    pre-conceived notions about that particular type would put anyone off
    ???

    Does anyone care to elaborate on that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosamunda View Post
    I'm quite new to this and tested as an ESFJ... and I do enjoy this forum quite a lot. Why would ???

    Does anyone care to elaborate on that?
    This particular message board (Typology-Central) is INTP-heavy, since it was an outgrowth of INTP-Central. And INTPs like taking humorous potshots at their opposites (ESFJs, that is).

    INFPs do the same thing with their own opposites (ESTJs). Other types probably do the same with their repsective opposites.

    It’s all done in jest. I wouldn’t make much of it. But just a warning: if you go over to INTP-Central, it can get a bit thick over on that particular message board. No disrespect to those guys, but sometimes it’s like an echo chamber over there. The INTPs all echo one another, and they start believing their own trash talk.

    On another topic: I used to attend Mensa events pretty heavily, and I was surprised how many ESFJs I met there. Great people. They’re quick on the uptake, they’re team players, and they contribute a lot to the maintenance and running of that organization. But I can see where they would prefer face-to-face interactions over on-line interactions; they’re such a social personality.

    Anyway, welcome, Rosamunda!

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    @Malice identifies as ESFJ, I think, and she seems pretty cool. I don't think she's here a lot though.
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    Every single answer so far is a lie, fueled by self-deception, insecurity, and all-around ego neediness.

    There are many ESFJs on this forum, but they'll never accept their type.
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    ESFjs actually deal with, you know, REALITY. So they use the internet mostly for business and connecting with family. So probably Facebook lol.
    For all that we have done, as a civilization, as individuals, the universe is not stable, and nor is any single thing within it. Stars consume themselves, the universe itself rushes apart, and we ourselves are composed of matter in constant flux. Colonies of cells in temporary alliance, replicating and decaying and housed within, an incandescent cloud of electrical impulses. This is reality, this is self knowledge, and the perception of it will, of course, make you dizzy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Every single answer so far is a lie, fueled by self-deception, insecurity, and all-around ego neediness.

    There are many ESFJs on this forum, but they'll never accept their type.
    Names, please!
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