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    ESTPs tend to care more about group emotions Fe and ESFPs about group thought. I know logically ESFPs dont think...and ESTPs dont feel
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Poki_ View Post
    ESTPs tend to care more about group emotions Fe
    I think ESTPs also won't do much to be looked at as a downer or antagonistic to a group. Purposefully that is. They might do a lot accidentally, or get carried away, but if people get pissed, they change their game. Bad group opinion is a liability maybe. The ESFPs can be much more blatantly defiant, if a group is against them. Try to correct them in the same way and they'll get on top of a table and do more.

    Even despite that, I think ESTPs cause more shit. It all depends on what they can get away with. What the "group" actually says. Like one guy I hung around with was pretty over the top, but he could get away with it. If it was 2 am, and someone wanted to get picked up.. he'd show up and might drive right in their fucking yard and start honking. And this is where their parents lived (and were sleeping). And for some reason he'd get away with a lot of it. "Oh you!" I never knew how that worked, but it did.

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    ESTPs are confortable working the crowd to achieve goals measurables by impersonals, logicals standards.

    ESFPs are confortable working the crowd to achieve goals measurables by personals, affectives standards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    ESFPs tend to be more genuine(Fi?) and easygoing(informative style?)

    Hope Solo





    ESTPs tend to be more deliberate(Fe?) and bold(directive style?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    That's a pretty good call on their types. I approve!
    Only difference I see is that Hope Solo is smoking hot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    Only difference I see is that Hope Solo is smoking hot.
    That was my impression too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    An ESFP would not sing a song like that:

    [youtube=YqWkFF-TbMU]Tina Turner : What´s love got to do with it Music Video[/youtube]


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    ESTP's are much more dry and seem to hate mushy emotional stuff. They can also hold that "don't really care about much" attitude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    ESFPs tend to be more genuine(Fi?) and easygoing(informative style?)
    Hope Solo

    ESTPs tend to be more deliberate(Fe?) and bold(directive style?)
    Fi is not any more genuine than Fe. Fi is not about genuineness at all. Though some Fi people are genuine, some are fake and not genuine at all but then so are some Fe people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ten View Post
    Fi is not any more genuine than Fe.
    Wrong.
    Fi is not about genuineness at all.
    Wrong.
    Though some Fi people are genuine, some are fake and not genuine at all but then so are some Fe people.
    Right.

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