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    pathwise dependent FDG's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gloriana View Post
    I've threatened to kick his ass for this, but he responds to that as if it's just another fun and exciting activity we can do together.
    Rotfl at this. Yeah anyway, sounds like ESFP 7 stuff.
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    Patron Saint Of Smileys Gloriana's Avatar
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    [QUOTE=stellar renegade;783964]Then just post it a chunk at a time.

    Yes, I went ahead and did that instead, despite my innate INFJ-esque anal retentive aggravations that it would be better if they let me post it in one big chunk. I wonder if that means I'm growing as a person?

    I'm so new to the MBTI, and don't tell anyone, but I'm starting to think SPs kind of rule...
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    PEST that STEPs on PETS stellar renegade's Avatar
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    Oh, but that's cuz we do, darlin'!



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    I get along well with ESFPs too. I guess, INFJ-ESTP is supposedly a good opposite-attraction match, and with INFJ-ESFP, they have the all-important feeling function in common, so why wouldn't it be a possibly good match as well?

    ESFPs are observant enough to see the strengths in INFJs that many other types overlook/take for granted. INFJs will appreciate the ESFP's acceptance, people skills and intelligence.

    Just my opinion though.
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    That sounds good.
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    Yes it is typical for an ESFP
    I have an ESFP biffle and he is exactly like what you just described.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gloriana View Post
    1.) Is it pretty standard for ESFPs to be so damn charming that it's hard to say "No" to them even if you really effing want to?
    Yes.
    2.) Do ESFPs have a tendency to be "grabby"?
    Yes.
    3.) Are ESFPs scattered as hell in conversation?
    Yes.
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    I'm pretty scattered in conversation too sometimes. Especially a conversation I'm excited about. Sometimes as an N it's connecting random thoughts in my brain, but scattered just the same.

    Maybe it's a bit of an ExxP thing?
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