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View Poll Results: Should ISTP and ESFP both be SP Artisians grouped within the same temperament or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    I think @Chanaynay explained sufficiently well why that isn't the case.

    Anyway, if you want to get revenge in any way, I'm up for the challenge!
    lollerlol, revenge for what? I like it when ESFPs get mentioned. It sort of activates me.
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    Yes because both types use the function "Se".

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    Yes because both types use the function "Se".
    Yeah, we both Se stuff.


    *pssst* The Great One, I didn't want to embarrass you in front of the others, but the word is spelled "see."
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    My brother and his best friend are, respectively, ISTP and ESFP.

    In some ways they are like twins.

    They are both action-oriented, observant, always open to new experiences. They are both optimistic, present-oriented, and spontaneous. Both are pragmatic and hands-on in approach. They both excel at their respective interests - science for the ISTP; language for the ESFP - but they also both prize their leisure time. Both are very independent and willing to take risks in the name of payoff. Both are naturally gifted at leveraging exactly how far they can push something to get the best result. Both are generous and freedom-loving. Both are devilishly charming.

    I think it is fair to group the types together, though no better than any other equivalent grouping. ISTP could just as easily be grouped with INTP and ESFP with ENFP, or ISTP with ISTJ and ESFP with ESFJ.

    The point of the system is to have equivalent multidirectional dichotomies, after all.

    I also think it speaks to the lucid perception, open-mindedness, easygoingness, and pragmatism of ESFPs, how @Jeffster responded to this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Yeah, we both Se stuff.


    *pssst* The Great One, I didn't want to embarrass you in front of the others, but the word is spelled "see."
    No it's not. It's Se (extraverted sensing).

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    No it's not. It's Se (extraverted sensing).
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    What can I say? I'm a very talented individual - and I'm a judgmental tyrant.
    Lol at talented...not based on the op.

    Your post didn't even begin to convince me that ESFPs don't belong side by side with me. My IQ is around 155-165 and I will gladly stand next to the ESFPs I know as artisans and damn good ones.
    Im out, its been fun

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