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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post

    I thought Peter Griffin was an ENFP. He's always inspired and comes up with new ideas all the time.
    According to this: ESFP - ENFP,

    ESFPs and ENFPs seek involvement of themselves and others and tend to have the natural facilitative attitude of the Get-Things-Going™ style.
    Both tend to use informing language, but ESFPs will have a little more of a drive to immediate tangible action.

    ENFPs
    are more willing to talk about things for a while when talking is moving things along.
    If you accept these distinctions, I think it's easy to see that Peter Griffin is more an ESFP than an ENFP.

    If not, then yeah---it's hard to tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonkavision View Post
    f you accept these disctinctions, I think it's easy to see that Peter Griffin is more an ESFP than an ENFP.

    If not, then yeah---it's hard to tell.
    Actually these distinctions both work for Peter Griffin.
    These are a few things I doubt an ESFP would do.

    1. Do something that they know will make them suffer. I doubt an ESFP would so this.
    [YOUTUBE="gvxWdnu9iDE"]Peter[/YOUTUBE]

    2. Think ahead. Nice use of intuition here
    [YOUTUBE="H_7b9EIhDkY"]Birds[/YOUTUBE]

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    Are you SURE Oscar Wilde is an SP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Arnold Swartzenegger.
    !! He's ENTJ!

    Wasn't Elvis more of an introvert?
    No, I don't think so. What make you believe that?

    Elle seems more J than P. In the movie, she decided to go to Harvard without hesitation, was organized enough to be very involved in her sorority and still manage a 4.0 GPA, and always willing to help out a "sister." I could see how she might be an ESFP though.

    (Yes, it is one of my favorite movies, lol)
    Elle is the archetype of the ESFP stupid myth.

    Are you SURE Oscar Wilde is an SP?
    Yes.

    Elsewhere, I've changed my mind about Ronald Reagan. I think he was rather ENFJ. But I add Doyle from Angel as ESFP.
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    Oscar Wilde - NTP
    Peter Griffin - ENFP (his out-of-control Ne is a running gag on the show)

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    I'd love to see how Wilde is ESFP. Because I just can't see it at all. Epigrams aren't very ESFP, too succinct and his metaphors seem Ne. I really am curious because I am likely missing something here. Good list
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    Quote Originally Posted by TickTock View Post
    I believe Marilyn Monroe was ISFP.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mo View Post
    Oscar Wilde - NTP
    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    I find many things with Hillary wich don't match with ESFJ. She's very vesatile and very avoidant of the family stuff for examples.
    Definitely.

    Marilyn Monroe - ISFP
    Oscar Wilde - ENTP
    Hillary - ESFP

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    Oscar Wilde? A rational? Really?
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    Fry and Amy from Futurama. Aladdin. Bianca from The Rescuers.

    Peter Pan? From the film, I've never read the book. He could be ESTP though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toonia View Post
    Janis Joplin could be an ESFP.
    She has that complete raw, immediate, emotional honesty. Watching biographies on her life, she places great importance on the rejection she experienced in high school, and longed for some kind of closure when she went to her ten year reunion which ended badly. She strikes me as being so present and emotive in the world in a way that I understand as being compatible with ESFP. I could also see ENFP with some of her comments, but that might also be consistent with the social context of her day "Billy Holiday or Aretha Franklin could go between two pitches, from A to B, and you feel like they told you the whole universe". The ENFP artists I know are quite extreme in their abstract way of approaching art and often make you feel like they took you on an amazing head trip just listening to their conception of things. Janis is more often concrete in her expression, but there are elements of 'universal' meaning or truth. When she talks about her experiences most of her references are to the concrete aspects of the experience and she uses a lot of hand gestures to recapture the ideas externally which struck me as concrete. The EFP is pretty extreme in her case.

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