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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    Granted, I don't know you very well, but I don't think you are an ESTP.
    +1.

    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    ESTP girls rarely loiter on the internet boards (if you don't count myspace), and on a rare occasion that they do, they usually include pics of themselves because their physical image is an overwhelming, undeniable part of her identity (unless of course she has serious issues with her look or she is up to something nefarious).
    ESTPs = "Peacocks." Busted.

    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    Also, you don't talk like an ESTP. You got that rambling, incoherent, fucked-up-N way of talking.
    I've been accused of that on Vent. And I know TG talks like that on Vent too. Maybe she is an ESTP. Now she's going to tell you I sound like Pauly Shore. :NOT.

    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    For what it's worth, I've come across a lot of ENTPs who act and behave like ESTPs. The noticeable difference being is that they use "scientific methods" for physical competitions like sports, and they have a weird way of dressing (usually wacky, garish, mismatched colors)
    I've observed this too!

    Quote Originally Posted by Unique View Post
    Apparently she is... or so a lot of websites say.
    I take celebrity typings with a grain of salt, too, Unique.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frederico Rogeiro View Post
    I'm not so sure there is.
    But anyway, if they´re not interested, why do they toy?
    Because they're bored and it's entertaining and they're bitches.
    Never wrestle with a pig. You will get dirty and the pig will enjoy it.



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    Ah... they're bitches! Now it makes sense.
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    ^lol!

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    I read somewhere something that fits here perfectly: a list of romance styles acording to MBTI types.

    So, we have:
    SP's as "agressors"
    SJ's as "caregivers"
    NJ's as "victims"
    NP's as "childs"

    If this is any true, then you SP bitches should leave us childs alone and go after the victims, leaving us playing safely with our SJ "moms"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frederico Rogeiro View Post
    I read somewhere something that fits here perfectly: a list of romance styles acording to MBTI types.

    So, we have:
    SP's as "agressors"
    SJ's as "caregivers"
    NJ's as "victims"
    NP's as "childs"

    If this is any true, then you SP bitches should leave us childs alone and go after the victims, leaving us playing safely with our SJ "moms"!
    NJ's as victims? NP's as children? I know more than a few NJs and NPs will take issue with that.

    Also, SPEAK FOR THYSELF SIR! This SJ much prefers the company of SPs, so if you don't want them then send them my way
    "The man who is swimming against the stream knows the strength of it."
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    I really don't think I am an ESTP.

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    So, Tinker, you prefer to educate agressive kids, hey? That's noble of you.
    You can have them all! But remember: when they beat you up, don't say nobody warned you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frederico Rogeiro View Post
    So, Tinker, you prefer to educate agressive kids, hey? That's noble of you.
    You can have them all! But remember: when they beat you up, don't say nobody warned you!
    I've come across MANY very aggressive, commanding women in my time and how things go down typically tend to go one of three ways

    1) They'll make fun of me for a while but eventually they stop. I dunno if it's because I make for a lousy chew toy or they start to feel bad, but they do stop.

    2) They overlook me entirely.

    3) They (for whatEVER reason) think me pleasant company and we get along great. Which is totally cool by me because I like strong, commanding women

    Now..as for the guys...yeah, most of them are really cool and love having me around as a sidekick for stuff but the rest (usually the bullies) can DIAF for I all care.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frederico Rogeiro View Post
    I read somewhere something that fits here perfectly: a list of romance styles acording to MBTI types.

    So, we have:
    SP's as "agressors"
    SJ's as "caregivers"
    NJ's as "victims"
    NP's as "childs"

    If this is any true, then you SP bitches should leave us childs alone and go after the victims, leaving us playing safely with our SJ "moms"!
    It's probably not true. The romantic attitudes are meant for Socionics types, and aren't applicable to MBTI. In reality, SPs I would estimate to be (based on MBTI/Socionics conversion) about 60% caregiver, 35% aggressor and 5% other. SJs are a wildcard. NPs are usually infantile or victims, and NJs are the same.
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