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    Thanks to their tert Te they seem to accomplish a lot too.
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    I love how the ESFPs in my life keep it real. It's like they have those same Fi issues I have but they just look at the realization of them so much more straightforwardly. It's refreshing and empowering. Also, some of the funniest people I know have been ESFP. Great people to be around.
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    my best friend is ESFP he is pretty intelligent. can look at knitting patterns and have them memorized we were watching cadfael the body episode and in less time than humanly natural he counted all the bodies. me on the other hand just saw a bunch of bodies. and he was like there's too many bodies. it was seconds after the scene began.
    In no likes experiment.

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    i dunno what else to say so

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    I've got an ESFP friend. She's an attention hog, she has a trail of boys circling her at all times and enjoys it. But, she makes sure everyone is enjoying themselves, too. She's probably the most fun person I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riva View Post
    Thanks to their tert Te they seem to accomplish a lot too.
    Yes. Married to an ESFP and he accomplishes more in a day than I do in a year. (Well, external real world stuff. I'm more likely to read a novel in a day and that would take him a year.)

    He is not some superficial party-hard puffball, although he is fun. He's got the winning combo of critical thinking skills coupled with a big heart. I think it helps that he's a 6w7 (3w2?), it balances him out a bit.

    I also like to add every chance that I get in these 'let's dispel the myths of ESFPs' threads that he had the highest grade in his Calc 3 class in college. Meanwhile, I can't do anything beyond basic algebra.
    Last edited by brainheart; 08-25-2014 at 10:42 AM.
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