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    It seems like there are a limited amount of activites you can do with an ESFP. Stereotypically they include: performing musical activites (like performing a song the ESFP wrote out of some sappy poetry journal entry of theirs) at a local coffeehouse, raving, sex, sharing feelings, crying, going clubbing

    With an INTP: Studying for a test (age irrelevant, all INTPs will take forever to complete school due to their innate ability to be without learning), conversing strongly about a political topic with no mercy finding fallacies in every arguement sometimes taking devil's advocate just because they can, playing chess, lounging around in their house until they run out of food or have to go to work/class --- essentially avoiding all human contact, cleaning their glasses since I assume most INTPs wear um' since they read so many text books.

    Now, they could attempt to share the act of sex, but INTPs don't have sex. They are simply too interested in knowledge and detached from things. I have absolutely no idea why an ESFP would like an INTP, besides perhaps fansination that will melt when they realise they don't understand 95% of what the INTP is babbling about ( probably some scientific theory explained in math formulas) and an INTP would be tramatized if they went out clubbing with the ESFP, most likely being mauled by people that are lovin the E.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slant View Post
    It seems like there are a limited amount of activites you can do with an ESFP. Stereotypically they include: performing musical activites (like performing a song the ESFP wrote out of some sappy poetry journal entry of theirs) at a local coffeehouse, raving, sex, sharing feelings, crying, going clubbing

    With an INTP: Studying for a test (age irrelevant, all INTPs will take forever to complete school due to their innate ability to be without learning), conversing strongly about a political topic with no mercy finding fallacies in every arguement sometimes taking devil's advocate just because they can, playing chess, lounging around in their house until they run out of food or have to go to work/class --- essentially avoiding all human contact, cleaning their glasses since I assume most INTPs wear um' since they read so many text books.

    Now, they could attempt to share the act of sex, but INTPs don't have sex. They are simply too interested in knowledge and detached from things. I have absolutely no idea why an ESFP would like an INTP, besides perhaps fansination that will melt when they realise they don't understand 95% of what the INTP is babbling about ( probably some scientific theory explained in math formulas) and an INTP would be tramatized if they went out clubbing with the ESFP, most likely being mauled by people that are lovin the E.
    You indeed have a very stereotyped view of INTPs, I personally am more interested in linguistics than maths and the other INTP I know has an ESFP GF and is more musical minded (He makes music with FL studio and is very good.)

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    yeah I was just playin'

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post

    Directly, of course. Clear English is my language of choice.
    And actually sometimes I find this to be a fault of the INTP's, some of them are not as direct as I would like them to be.

    That´s because we´re to afraid/shy to speak directly about what´s on our minds. We fear rejection more than others. But on the other hand we can be very direct with people we know and trust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slant View Post
    It seems like there are a limited amount of activites you can do with an ESFP. Stereotypically they include: performing musical activites (like performing a song the ESFP wrote out of some sappy poetry journal entry of theirs) at a local coffeehouse, raving, sex, sharing feelings, crying, going clubbing
    + Get high and watch Role Models.


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    Quote Originally Posted by slant View Post
    It seems like there are a limited amount of activites you can do with an ESFP. Stereotypically they include: performing musical activites (like performing a song the ESFP wrote out of some sappy poetry journal entry of theirs) at a local coffeehouse, raving, sex, sharing feelings, crying, going clubbing

    Maybe its just me, but the bolded sounds a little anti ESFP. Sappy poetry journal entries? Since when do most esfp's have journals? Let alone write sappy poetry?? (Points in the direction of INF threads.)

    Not sure what kinds of esfps you've been running into!!

    Can't argue with the non bolded though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unique View Post
    You indeed have a very stereotyped view of INTPs, I personally am more interested in linguistics than maths and the other INTP I know has an ESFP GF and is more musical minded (He makes music with FL studio and is very good.)
    Yea, +1.
    Would like to hear this man's synopsis on other types. Inaccurate even if we were trying to make basic stereotypes, I think. Could make for some interesting entertainment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathara View Post
    The title sounds dirty.
    yeah I was hoping this would at least be a porn spam thread, but alas, no such luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by slant View Post
    It seems like there are a limited amount of activites you can do with an ESFP. Stereotypically they include: performing musical activites (like performing a song the ESFP wrote out of some sappy poetry journal entry of theirs) at a local coffeehouse, raving, sex, sharing feelings, crying, going clubbing

    With an INTP: Studying for a test (age irrelevant, all INTPs will take forever to complete school due to their innate ability to be without learning), conversing strongly about a political topic with no mercy finding fallacies in every arguement sometimes taking devil's advocate just because they can, playing chess, lounging around in their house until they run out of food or have to go to work/class --- essentially avoiding all human contact, cleaning their glasses since I assume most INTPs wear um' since they read so many text books.

    Now, they could attempt to share the act of sex, but INTPs don't have sex. They are simply too interested in knowledge and detached from things. I have absolutely no idea why an ESFP would like an INTP, besides perhaps fansination that will melt when they realise they don't understand 95% of what the INTP is babbling about ( probably some scientific theory explained in math formulas) and an INTP would be tramatized if they went out clubbing with the ESFP, most likely being mauled by people that are lovin the E.
    thats interesting, now that I think about it, Im the only INTP I know that doesnt wear glasses (but I doubt its relevant)...INTPs love sex, its part of the Si function and its developement since its the tertiary one, and one important things, not all INTPs like math or formulas, they like THEORIES, they can be found "analyzing" hollywood couples, phylosofic concepts, literature, me for example, Im not really a big fan of math, not because of the complexity, but its something one is FORCED to do, a lot of INTPs will HATE school and/or jobs because they disagree with the system and find it boring, or at least will complain constantly about it, the guys studying for tests and stuff are usually INTJs (of course, some DO like math and school), INTPs understand "how society works" sometimes better than any other type, if they aply their extraverted iNtuition, they will easily manipulate an ESFP and avoid "boring" subjects in order to get what they want, just as easily as an INTJ would, but get tired after a while, bring out the boring theories again (an INTJ would not give up) and the ESFP will run away instantly and go sleep with a Chuck Norris-like ISTP perphaphs.


    personaly...INTP-ENFJ/P relationships are a lot more fun.

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    Bored ISTPs just like to cause a commotion that they can later fix. Go wash some dishes!

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