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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Army View Post
    Frequently hanging out with an ESTP is like living in an Indiana Jones movie.

    Only good can come of this.

    Unless you hate snakes.
    *giggles* I love Indiana Jones movies! Who wouldn't wanna hang out with Indy?!!!

    ESTPs are only bad if you judge their traits badly (unless they're really unhealthy of course).

    For instance, if you have this expectations that ESTPs are going to be all warm and fuzzy with you (mentally), you set yourself up for disappointment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post
    For instance, if you have this expectations that ESTPs are going to be all warm and fuzzy with you (mentally), you set yourself up for disappointment.
    Exactly. They don't really do warm and fuzzy, but they do a pretty good job at fun and affectionate.

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    ESTPs are fantastic because they try hard to be fantastic. Ironic.

    J/K folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    The ability to do the most absurd things without a second thought of possible consequences.
    Yes, but at the same time exactly knowing what he/she is doing. Genius. Did anyone say 'confidence'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I would *love* to meet an ESTP.
    Or have sex with an ESTP
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    ESTPs are fantastic because they bump threads about how fantastic they are

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    my sister is an ESTP. I love/and hate the way she milks the rich INTJs.

    "It's a kind of magic!"

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    LOL @ Ravana's sis.

    I LOOOOOOOVE their sense of fun and the fact that they're generally up for my craziest ideas and vice versa.

    Additionally, as has been mentioned, most of them are the most altruistic people you'll ever meet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo_(operalover) View Post
    LOL @ Ravana's sis.

    I LOOOOOOOVE their sense of fun and the fact that they're generally up for my craziest ideas and vice versa.

    Additionally, as has been mentioned, most of them are the most altruistic people you'll ever meet.
    i agree with this. she does fight for other people's rights in a very selfless way. she even makes enemies which is hardly true with me.

    maybe she just controls and uses hes BFs to see how much they love her. poor buggers.

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    My best friend is ESTP -- the most persistent person you'll ever meet, which is one of the reasons I think I've been able to connect so well with him, like an anchor I never feel uncomfortable around him, and he really knows how to make things exciting~ I have never argued with him either

    LOVE my ESTP~~

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