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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    okay...not the best way imo to get anyone to want to help ya out...you kinda just offended the esfp's and somewhat enfp's too...so...??
    I'm just being honest. Sorry about that.

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    When you think Selma Blair's ugly.

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    oh me too. i'm a bit blunt sorry.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
    -Jim Morrison

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    oh me too. i'm a bit blunt sorry.
    You don't need to apologize. At least you pointed out what I did wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    my mind is drawing a giant blank.
    Quote Originally Posted by callmemigs View Post
    ....when you may look cool but you lack substance.
    lol, sorry...


    ESFP characteristics I've noticed:
    good storytellers
    usually in a jovial mood
    dedicated to having fun


    ENFP/ESFP differences in my subjective experience:
    I'd rather have a conversation with an ENFP, but I'd rather be stuck at a crappy job with an ESFP. The ENFP would share and reaffirm my negative reaction to structural/bureacratic problems I see, which is nice at first but it can become a depressing downward spiral. The ESFP might acknowledge them but doesn't see the point in dwelling on it and would rather focus on the task at hand and have as much fun as possible while doing it.
    I don't wanna!

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    ...when you...

    ... have a million friends who all love you.

    ... you're so busy having fun that nobody knows how deep you really are.

    I know an ESFP who is one of my dearest most valued friends. I love you guys.

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    funny who people say " i'd rather talk to an ENFP than an ESFP " and the like
    its probably because ESFPs are too busy living life than theorizing or talking aboot it
    or dreaming about it
    or analyzing it

    they want to walk on the sun - not calculate the distance of it from our secluded bedroom
    I N V I C T U S

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    When you skip from one thought to another on like a factory leap-band.

    When you have a major-ego, only being able to assign postive traits to yourself.

    When your so in-sync with your enviroment, peoples voices tone out and your answers to their inquiries on every question begins with "huh?".

    When you randomly begin to dance because you can "feel" the vibe.

    When your ego compels you to use your subordinate Te to solve the situation tactfully, only to have a predominant Thinking type hand your ass to you with their quicker deductions.

    When you make snap judgements about things you barely know anything about.

    When you can look cool without having to put in any effort.
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    Post ESFPs.. what are they like?

    I know a good number of ESFPs, but I'm only close to a few of them.. anyways, here it is:

    ESFPs are:

    POSITIVES/NEUTRAL:
    - fun to be with, very cheerful and enthusiastic about life in general
    - very friendly
    - likes to get things going
    - sensitive to other people's feelings
    - life of the party
    - people are usually drawn to them because they are exciting (choice of words and gestures are very enthusiastic)
    - always running around (hehe.. going out, doing errands)
    - always have to be doing something
    - generous with their time and money
    - tend to be accepting about people and not judgmental
    - tries hard not to say bad things about other people
    - practical/pragmatic
    - has no problem saying sorry if they think they hurt another person

    NEGATIVES:
    - tend to either not know or not care about the consequences of their actions
    - can be very laid-back
    - can be bad in handling finances
    - always have to be with someone (doesn't matter what they do so as long as they're with someone)
    - tend to not have long-term goals
    - can be very literal and not take things on a deeper level
    - don't like conflict so they tend to be insincere and try to be nice (they then blow off their steam by talking behind people's back)
    - can be needy and manipulative
    - "out of sight, out of mind"
    - tendency to lie/mask what they think is right for fear of disapproval
    - tendency to be irresponsible


    Whew!.. Don't know about you guys, but this list is very accurate for the ESFPs that I know and am close to.. still love my esfp friends though..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mystify529 View Post
    I know a good number of ESFPs, but I'm only close to a few of them.. anyways, here it is:

    ESFPs are:

    POSITIVES/NEUTRAL:
    - fun to be with, very cheerful and enthusiastic about life in general
    - very friendly
    - likes to get things going
    - sensitive to other people's feelings
    - life of the party
    - people are usually drawn to them because they are exciting (choice of words and gestures are very enthusiastic)
    - always running around (hehe.. going out, doing errands)
    - always have to be doing something
    - generous with their time and money
    - tend to be accepting about people and not judgmental
    - tries hard not to say bad things about other people
    - practical/pragmatic
    - has no problem saying sorry if they think they hurt another person

    NEGATIVES:
    - tend to either not know or not care about the consequences of their actions
    - can be very laid-back
    - can be bad in handling finances
    - always have to be with someone (doesn't matter what they do so as long as they're with someone)
    - tend to not have long-term goals
    - can be very literal and not take things on a deeper level
    - don't like conflict so they tend to be insincere and try to be nice (they then blow off their steam by talking behind people's back)
    - can be needy and manipulative
    - "out of sight, out of mind"
    - tendency to lie/mask what they think is right for fear of disapproval
    - tendency to be irresponsible


    Whew!.. Don't know about you guys, but this list is very accurate for the ESFPs that I know and am close to.. still love my esfp friends though..
    Good list.

    "INTJ TESTED, ESFP APPROVED."


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