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    They know how to get a party started.

    They can be funny, as long as you're not the butt of the joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    This thread is devoted to our much overlooked STP's , especially our lone extrovert Whatever. So belly up to the bar, everyone, and let's learn about them!

    Portrait of an ESTP


    I need Magic in here to illuminate the glories of our wonderful STP's.
    ESTP is one of my favorite types. My best friend is one, and I find we share many similar qualities. I love 'em! They're awesome

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    My brother is an ESTP (at least, that's my best educated guess, and nothing so far has contradicted ESTP), and I CAN'T get OVER how dead-on some of the previous descriptions of ESTPs are! "Loves working with his hands; can build almost anything, or at least has the guts and enthusiasm to try." DEAD. ON. I remember over Christmas break my brother coming home from the Marines. While he was here, he got the idea to use some of my dad's scrap wood and make something for his girlfriend. He'd never tried woodwork before in his entire life (that I know of), and literally from my dad's scrap wood, he made a turtle jewelry box for his girlfriend. It really looked like a real turtle, too. Ingenuitive older brother I have. Can be the biggest ass and think everyone is disrespecting him sometimes - and scream like a maniac on drugs - but he's pretty cool otherwise.

    And Whatever is just funny and SO sweet. *group hug!*
    They're running just like you
    For you, and I, wooo
    So people, people, need some good ol' love

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mempy View Post
    My brother is an ESTP (at least, that's my best educated guess, and nothing so far has contradicted ESTP), and I CAN'T get OVER how dead-on some of the previous descriptions of ESTPs are! "Loves working with his hands; can build almost anything, or at least has the guts and enthusiasm to try." DEAD. ON. I remember over Christmas break my brother coming home from the Marines. While he was here, he got the idea to use some of my dad's scrap wood and make something for his girlfriend. He'd never tried woodwork before in his entire life (that I know of), and literally from my dad's scrap wood, he made a turtle jewelry box for his girlfriend. It really looked like a real turtle, too. Ingenuitive older brother I have. Can be the biggest ass and think everyone is disrespecting him sometimes - and scream like a maniac on drugs - but he's pretty cool otherwise.

    And Whatever is just funny and SO sweet. *group hug!*


    HEEEYYYYY! I want a turtle jewelry box! What an awesome gift.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    HEEEYYYYY! I want a turtle jewelry box! What an awesome gift.
    I know! I told him to make me one. I love turtles. He also tried to make my mom a chihuahua relief plaque, but it didn't go as well as the turtle. Still, I give him mass points for ingenuity and creativity.

    But yeah, that turtle looked like a master craftsman had made it. It could have been sold in any gift shop.
    They're running just like you
    For you, and I, wooo
    So people, people, need some good ol' love

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    My confession is that I have an underlying prejudice against ESTPs.
    If I could remove it, that would be nice.

    I also had a prejudice against type Sevens, but I made friends with one and I've been warming up them since then.
    Go to sleep, iguana.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    My confession is that I have an underlying prejudice against ESTPs.
    If I could remove it, that would be nice.

    I also had a prejudice against type Sevens, but I made friends with one and I've been warming up them since then.
    Oh no spongie! you were supposed to be buying me a cherry coke, but I'm an ESTP AND a type Seven!
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    Oh no spongie! you were supposed to be buying me a cherry coke, but I'm an ESTP AND a type Seven!
    I've got part of the situation taken care of.
    Go to sleep, iguana.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    They actually really enjoy life and make other people do it too. What better thing can be said?
    That's actually the best description I've heard yet for my ESTP mother.

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    I like them because they genuinely want good things for people on some level, even if they're bad at showing it, or really doing the best things for people (The two I've known are like that). It's hard to explain.

    I also like that they can always think of a way to deal with a new situation and still get what they want out of it, even when things are constantly changing. It seems so clever.

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