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    Far as I can see it ISFPs are generally very different from ESFPs. ISFPs more often than not are artistic, sweet, very reminiscent of INFPs but more coordinated and less prone to insane Ne theorizing . ESFPs are more reminiscent of ESTPs; action-loving, raw, sensual, the life of the party and loving every minute of it.
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    Yeah, no matter how much I'd feel great or something, I can't really come close to the energy level of an ESP. I think the "get things going" interaction style says it all.

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    My cousin is an ESFP, we are very different, she thrives on drama (though would never admit it).

    ESFPs are always fully engaged in what they're doing, ISFPs are more observers always staying slightly more detached from things around them. The Se impulsiveness is more evident in ESFPs.

    Basically ESFPs are performers first, observors second, ISFPs are observors first, performers second.
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    ISPs seem to be appear less traditionally introverted than other the other introverts in most I have run across like to have people around them pretty often.
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    The ISFP is only loud in a comfortable small group of people unless it's a very nervous loud. The ESFP can be heard through walls as long as there's someone entertaining them - known quantity or not. The difference is especially fun to watch when the two are married to each other.
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    The ISFP is only loud in a comfortable small group of people unless it's a very nervous loud. The ESFP can be heard through walls as long as there's someone entertaining them - known quantity or not. The difference is especially fun to watch when the two are married to each other.
    hahaha. so true. my ESFP roommate will even sing very loudly in the shower for the house to hear.

    with ESFP's, i think it would probably be true to say, "there's just room for one of us in this town." but rather than town, i mean per crowd. i'm always amused when our ENTx friend comes over, as the two of them will constantly talk over the other. it gets to the point i just sneak away to my room, but will still hear them both talking at the same time.

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    ESFPs are always fully engaged in what they're doing, ISFPs are more observers always staying slightly more detached from things around them. The Se impulsiveness is more evident in ESFPs.

    Basically ESFPs are performers first, observors second, ISFPs are observors first, performers second.
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    I think I'm more of an introvert than I am an ISFP.
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