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    Default ESTPs - what do you look for in a potential partner?

    Please come forth and reveal....
    Thank you :-)

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    That's easy!

    (1) Physical Beauty
    (2) Inner Beauty (Kindness, Compassion, Empathy, Etc.)
    (3) Fun Loving Outlook on Life
    (4) Intelligence
    (5) Assertiveness
    (6) Libido!
    (7) An Interest in Me (Duh!)
    (8) Someone who Understands Me and Loves me As I Am.

    My INFJ wife has given me all these things.

    I fell in love with her at first sight 15 years ago and we've had a wonderful life together.

    Any other questions?


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    - great sex
    - hobbies - guns, cars, computers, music, etc.
    - brains
    - adventurous
    - high level of attention without smothering
    - intrigue

    and of course the usual relationship issues like outlook on life, ideals, morals, values, all that stuff.

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    thanks ESTPs - you guys are the best!!!

    well, i do like an ESTP friend of mine. we're just friends though, although i like him more than that. maybe i'm too unadventurous for him or just not what he wants because i'm fairly certain he knows that i do like him more than a friend. i mean we dont talk with each other as often as we use to but he sometimes contacts me and says 'oh, we'll have to do this and we'll have to do that...' but nothing ever seems to eventuaute...i think i'm just hoping that something will. wishful thinking, but deep down i dont think anything will :-(
    i love ESTPs outlook on life - ever so positive and deal with blows so amazingly well. i just love that nothing seems to bother them... i want to meet more ESTPs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fairy... View Post
    thanks ESTPs - you guys are the best!!!

    well, i do like an ESTP friend of mine. we're just friends though, although i like him more than that. maybe i'm too unadventurous for him or just not what he wants because i'm fairly certain he knows that i do like him more than a friend. i mean we dont talk with each other as often as we use to but he sometimes contacts me and says 'oh, we'll have to do this and we'll have to do that...' but nothing ever seems to eventuaute...i think i'm just hoping that something will. wishful thinking, but deep down i dont think anything will :-(
    i love ESTPs outlook on life - ever so positive and deal with blows so amazingly well. i just love that nothing seems to bother them... i want to meet more ESTPs!
    Just grab him and kiss him and see what happens.
    I'll bet he doesn't run off.
    He'll be so damn taken by surprise if you do that, I swear.

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    Are you talking before or after I got married...?
    100% *E*/100% *T*
    Married to an INFP - whose "P-ness" makes up for the I, N and F :yim_rolling_on_the_

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESTPMarie View Post
    Are you talking before or after I got married...?
    The effect of a properly landed smack on the kisser is effective in either case, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    The effect of a properly landed smack on the kisser is effective in either case, right?
    LOL - I was replying to the OP. (Should have quoted the original question.) But yeah, I suppose it works either way.
    100% *E*/100% *T*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fairy... View Post

    i love ESTPs outlook on life - ever so positive and deal with blows so amazingly well. i just love that nothing seems to bother them... i want to meet more ESTPs!
    That's what attracted me to my current ESTP as well. He just oozed energy and positivity and can-do attitude. I struggle with that on my end, needing my recharge time and occasional self-doubt/defeat. Very enchanting

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESTPMarie View Post
    LOL - I was replying to the OP. (Should have quoted the original question.) But yeah, I suppose it works either way.
    Ooops. My bad.

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