I've noticed that ESFJ humor will be pretty similar to ours once they have some Ne going... Basic difference is they have more appropriateness filters. Their values seem much more similar too. I get along with them fairly well, and they seem much more relatable ESFPs.ESFJs I see as more different from myself than ESFPs. That's because the SPs are more into objective analysis and can craft innovative solutions to many contexts, whereas the SJs tend to do what's accepted by the precedents and established by external standards. Clearly the former is more NT than the latter.
I don't get that SP 'objective analysis' thing you've mentioned.
Anyways, even assuming the theory is good, it should have its exceptions.
No problem.Don't take what I said too seriously, but I thought it would be cool to create a counter-argument against your theory on who's most opposite.
Still, I suppose a random observer, specially if extrovert, would likely think you are more similar to INTPs than ENTPs.
All in all, I think my theory works best when we have a 'neutral' observer.