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    Lay the coin on my tongue SilkRoad's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Walking Tourist View Post
    Um. No. I really don't communicate in code. It's just me watching way too much science fiction. Apparently, my thought process has been addled by all of that entertainment.
    And, by the way, I have been known to be very "emo," although rarely gloomy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    ESTPs are apparently rather horrifyingly cheerful most of the time as well

    I have been informed that it is an annoying trait
    From my perspective, it's not an annoying trait.

    My brother is an ESTP and god, i love just how witty and comical he is .. We do laugh and bounce off each others humour, Lol

    Keep up the good work
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    That's probably how you're able to sell the rest of us flowers from our own gardens!!!
    Actually, though, I generally like it. But it can be a little distracting when I'm trying to draw or paint or read a book. You can always make up for that by offering me chocolate!!!

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    ESTPs are apparently rather horrifyingly cheerful most of the time as well

    I have been informed that it is an annoying trait
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    *giggle*

    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    Another thread possibility: "INFJs Relentlessly Reading Too Much Into Everything"
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    I have an acquaintance who I am pretty sure is ESFP though she could possibly be ESTP and I would characterize her as relentlessly cheerful. Would you say this is typically ESFP?
    It can be. On the other hand, I've known some relentlessly crabby ESFPs. So I guess what you can gather from this is that ESFPs tend to be relentlessly something.

    Unless distracted by something shiny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    It can be. On the other hand, I've known some relentlessly crabby ESFPs. So I guess what you can gather from this is that ESFPs tend to be relentlessly something.

    Unless distracted by something shiny.
    Wow, I actually have a really hard time imagining a relentlessly crabby ESFP. Are you sure they aren't ESFJs? I might be able to imagine that... (sorry ESFJs)
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    ESTPs are apparently rather horrifyingly cheerful most of the time as well
    Except for when we're not. Then we're just horrifying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    Wow, I actually have a really hard time imagining a relentlessly crabby ESFP. Are you sure they aren't ESFJs? I might be able to imagine that... (sorry ESFJs)
    You've obviously never participated in drama/theatre.
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    I wouldn't say so; I'm very happy when I'm out with friends. I tend to forget all the bad things, I just am.

    Yes, I've had overly down periods; but I've learnt to overlook that now. Everyone has 'bad' things; without 'bad' there is no 'good'.

    And ESFJs. I LOVE THEM. I think I'm an ESFP/ESFJ. I think they're amazing people. Most people are just jealous of their nice side !

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    Sounds exactly like the ESFPs I know, relentlessly cheerful most of the time. But they do get sad you know, and the ones I know tend just tend to sulk a lot and be very passive aggressive in those situations, they can become quite unpleasant under those circumstances. But then again, I'm slightly biased against them (the aforementioned individuals, not the type).
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