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    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    no way Ferris has to be NF 100%.

    And I would bet serious money on ENFP.
    You might be right, I think, especially if the whole day was planned by him beforehand.

    It's hard for me to differentiate between ESxPs and ENxPs. I always assume that ENxPs are more quirky.

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    Lando Calrissian, ESTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    It's hard for me to differentiate between ESxPs and ENxPs. I always assume that ENxPs are more quirky.
    ENFPs have a vision that ESFPs do not have.

    If you want to find the "cool kid" who knows all the right things to do or say or wear, s/he will be the ESFP. They know everything about what is current, and they know what people react positively to, and since they love fun and excitement, they accentuate those things.

    (Also, they often can SET trends because people like them... so whatever they do becomes cool by association.)

    ENFPs are also very likable but less caught up in the flashy/cosmetic level things. They are more interested in the undercurrent, what entices people internally, what makes them tick, and connecting with that part of them.

    So ESFPs can drift towards "gaudy" in a way that ENFPs usually do not.
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    Yeah, if Ferris had the whole day planned in advance, then there's no mistake that he's an ENxP.

    I also am thinking that an ENFP might actually be more inclined to have deeper connections with others and maybe even only have a few friends because of an N function that seeks meaningful relationships.

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    Some characters from Six Feet Under:


    Ruth - ISFJ

    David - ISTJ

    Keith - ISFJ

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    Since I'm currently typewatching several DS9 episodes, I may as well propose that Kira is ESFJ, and Odo is ISTJ.
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    The Monty Python "marriage guidance councellor" husband and "dull life of a city stockbroker" stockbroker are probably meant to be stereotypical, exaggerated ISTJs (not directly in MBTI terms, but steretypical people with jobs and lifestyles that fit with ISTJ.), though the stockbroker could just as easily be any introverted type that for some reason doesn't notice things happening in the area. (It sometimes seems my life is a bit like that sketch in that exciting things are happening, that somehow don't actually reach me.)

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    Has anyone said Shrek? I think he's ISTP
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    I think you're right about Shrek.

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