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    Default ESFP?

    I've seen our type mentioned here, but havent seen one yet

    Come forward, I know you're out there!
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    ESxx is rare on the internet to begin with, and ESFP may be the least abundant on the internet of all the types (at least here they're rare). Many ESFPs might not even believe in this stuff.
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    Yeah, the stereotypical ESFP doesn't have time for the internet it seems. I have one friend who is an ESFP and she's definitely not into forums... Surprisingly, she's not even that big on using Facebook. I have maybe seen two or three ESFPs on forums before.

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    My extroversion is mildly expressed. But i think internet socilising is just as well, I meet so many awesome people on it. And I gotta bf over it, who i'm meeting this summer. So the internet is amazing to me
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    If you can hang around and answer a few ESFP-related questions, I'm sure the rest of us would be pleased.

    Right now I seem to carry this stereotypical view of ESFPs: overly-optimistic, only-in-the-moment partygoers who can't seem to commit to anything long-term nor want to learn anything even remotely theoretical (especially if the S preference is strong). Surely there's something against this stereotype.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thinkist View Post
    If you can hang around and answer a few ESFP-related questions, I'm sure the rest of us would be pleased.

    Right now I seem to carry this stereotypical view of ESFPs: overly-optimistic, only-in-the-moment partygoers who can't seem to commit to anything long-term nor want to learn anything even remotely theoretical (especially if the S preference is strong). Surely there's something against this stereotype.
    Hmm I'm good with theoretical stuff, I just choose to ignore it sometimes (rather foolishly). I am over optimistic, I am in the moment, my extroversion is mildly expressed, I'm fine in large groups, but I wont go to a party unless it's easy to get there. xD. But yeah, that stereotype isnt fully true for all of us.
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    Especially for those with well-developed Te and Ni.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thinkist View Post
    long-term nor want to learn anything even remotely theoretical (especially if the S preference is strong).
    Must be why I do okay with UNDERSTANDING theoretical things (understanding being operative, see, I capitalized it) My S preference is soo slight that one time i retook the test for fun and got ENFP. I went back to double check a couple things and I'd answered two wrong, and I fixed them and it showed ESFP. So my sensing preference is very slight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thinkist View Post
    If you can hang around and answer a few ESFP-related questions, I'm sure the rest of us would be pleased.

    Right now I seem to carry this stereotypical view of ESFPs: overly-optimistic, only-in-the-moment partygoers who can't seem to commit to anything long-term nor want to learn anything even remotely theoretical (especially if the S preference is strong). Surely there's something against this stereotype.
    What a flashback to my early-20s! Wednesday - Saturday you could find me barhopping. I don't think I ever committed to any plans in advance.

    I do kind of miss being more extroverted...

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    On teh Keirsey forum tehy tink I'm a Performer (expressive, not extroverted, apparently Keirsey doesn't even believe in extroversion in the MBTI sense as a definition of personality).

    Composers compare themselves to me, citing how I basically type as though I was talking without thinking first.

    I also seem to suffer from Ni inferior neuroticism, per Jung.

    Problem being I think I have more Ni than it being my inferior, I can't figure out for the life of me why I'd think I was an N, and also....the PTypes Exuberant personality (roughly ISFP) sounds EXACTLY like me.

    So you can use me as an example, if you feel like it.

    Frankly I think there are a ton of people who think they're ENFPs on teh Intertardz who are really ESFP. Like there's this self-typed ENFP on another site who tells me that she feels very similar to me, and she noted yesterday how much she loves wrestling with people and even being punched.

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