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    Rationals

    INTP: Very logical and easy to get along with, interesting people to talk to, haven't met as many as I would like to - Meh, don't really like them A bit too posh for my taste. Know-it-all attitude too. More like an annoying version of teh ENTP.
    ENTP: Very out there! Usually funny and interesting and is usually the "witty" one coming up with new things to talk about Yep, you gotta love'em!
    INTJ: Don't know any in person so I'm not sure what to say about them... the ones on the forum seem logical and have theories that work - Oh my God, so awefully obtuse to me and fixed in their own opinions.
    ENTJ: Usually smart and serious they are great leaders with a plan of action. - Poor leaders (in terms of human interactions), great plan of action I think.

    Idealists

    INFP: Favorite! lol every INFP I've met I've liked and am so glad to have them in my life, sweet, caring and laid back with great ideas that make me laugh - very bubbly, cute too.
    ENFP: Kind and open people who give awesome hugs! - sooo emotional, but kind of great.
    INFJ: Sweet and sincere, the kind of people that wont do wrong by you. They are well structured and usually optimistic. - I find them weird and a bit opinionless, maybe I've only met unhealthy ones.
    ENFJ: They usually look down upon us ESTPs, but that doesn't stop me from having a good time with them (or trying to :P) - total oposition, can't stand one of them.

    Guardians

    ISTJ: Seem fine when everything goes to plan. If something goes wrong they are not very good at improvising and make things uncomfortable. They are good listeners. - Well, it's very difficlt to get along, but not impossible.
    ESTJ: Unusually obsessed with things that I don't think matter, take life way too seriously but are cool headed and logical most of the time. - Haven't identified any.
    ISFJ: A type I find easy to get along with, I don't know too many but they are kind and look out for their friends. - None of them either.
    ESFJ: A little bit overbearing for me, they are social butterflies usually. - I like them, but they are so hysterical.

    Artisans

    ISTP: Easy to get along with, logical and cool headed. Usually have learnt how to do things I didn't have the time and patience to do lol
    ESTP: My type, Logical people who are good with people and easy going
    ISFP: They help you to appreciate things and are generally kind and have a positive outlook
    ESFP: Have a flare for life and are warm hearted people that are extremely easy to talk to and have fun times with

    I love all SPs and we get along great!

    Please, don't feel offended by what I said, it's just the way I feel about certain people I know.

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    Step one for making a popular thread

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    I would like someone to be realistic about the type descriptions. Could an ESFP please do that? It is very hard to understand you.

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    These aren't type descriptions, they are my opinions on the different types...

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    My mistake.

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    nice
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    In my experience, INTP's and ESTP's do not mix well. One wants to go off and have a foursome while the other one would just like to have tea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    In my experience, INTP's and ESTP's do not mix well. One wants to go off and have a foursome while the other one would just like to have tea.
    Yeah, those INTPs and their foursomes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    In my experience, INTP's and ESTP's do not mix well. One wants to go off and have a foursome while the other one would just like to have tea.
    ESTP like that haven't experienced love yet, good for them.

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