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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    lauranna ...I saw her first!
    Oh man... tough decision!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    @lauranna ...I saw her first!


    ESTPs come in two categories. If I'm friends with them - it's awesome. Dating or messing around with can be tricky. The one I had a fling with once said, long after the fling was over and we got to know each other, that he didn't think anything of me until he got to know me. Getting into the circle of trust takes time and usually the ESTPs are looking out for them first, so they respect those who can hold their own. At least, they like to test you out and see what you're made of.

    Maybe we can share Ms Giggly

    I would love to meet you MDP. I think we would have a blast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lauranna View Post
    Maybe we can share Ms Giggly

    I would love to meet you MDP. I think we would have a blast.
    I think we would too. If you were in FL, I'd make it happen.
    ~luck favors the ready~


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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    I think we would too. If you were in FL, I'd make it happen.
    If I ever am in FL, it is on! Likewise if you ever make it to the UK let me know! And bring Giggly with you!

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    Yes, abduct the ISFJ and wrap a pretty red bow around her as an offering to your fellow STP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Yes, abduct the ISFJ and wrap a pretty red bow around her as an offering to your fellow STP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    If you define "reformed" as "strategically plans debauchery" :
    I don't strategically plan anything. Maybe I just haven't reformed yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJWakt View Post
    We never entirely reform.
    Correct.

    Quote Originally Posted by PJWakt View Post
    The ESTP pilot light stays on until death and can re-fire the furnace at any time. We just start spending a greater amount of our time in a calm state.
    This is an amazingly accurate summuation of the ESTP maturization process.

    Quote Originally Posted by PJWakt View Post
    In my case the tug of war between physical fitness and wanting to be out all night ended when the fitness side won......but I go back for glimpses of the old life and I love every second when i do.
    I like this too. I have always been a fitness junkie, simply because it was the perfect outlet for my endless energy and also a means of pursuing the ravenous quest for satisfaction and accomplishment.
    However, as life goes on, part of energy is re-directed bit by bit each time we take on a long term endeavor such as a career, marriage, parenthood, assisting our own parents as they age, etc.
    There are only so many hours in each day, and even if we (ESTPs) make the most of each hour, and need less sleep than most, at some point we less time than ever before to run amuk as we love to do.
    But as you so aptly stated, whenever we have a moment to light a new fire and create festivity - we go for it.



    Quote Originally Posted by PJWakt View Post
    I don't strategically plan anything. Maybe I just haven't reformed yet
    I strategically plan going on a 3 -4 day weekend rampage with my ESFP best friend every few years.
    We simply agree on when to meet up and where, and the rest is completely up in the air.
    That's about as deep as my strategic planning gets, to be honest.



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    I like the ESTPs on this forum, but IRL I tend to find their energy overwhelming and combative. I used to think I was an ESTP, but the two I know put me very on edge, and I don't think I am much like them, although we do have things in common (like Se to the max!). The attitude and energy is just different. I suppose thinkers in general sometimes put me on edge, but ESTPs have the strongest physical energy I think. Too much! They always want to be right, and don't care if they hurt a poor little ESFP's feelings. Nope. Also, they don't seem to want to apologize even if they know they're wrong. They just act like nothing ever happened.

    The ESTPs I've met online are usually pretty chill though, and if I had to be another type, I would want to be an XSTP. Ti the function I envy most.

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