Ok, I'm pretty much positive on the types of 3 of my four family members: mother (isfj), sister (esfp), father (enfj), but my brother? Nuh-uh.
Let me tell you a bit about him:
~He was diagnosed with adhd when he was like...six.
~He's good at any sport he tries
~He's very good at acting
~If it involves math, or strategies (I hate playing chess or fencing with him because he kicks my a**), or computers, or codes he's great at it
~He's an extrovert, if there's a picture of him it usually has him with and/or touching more than one person (thought usually at least three). He goes out a lot.
~He can get very angry but he holds it in for the most part.
~He's known for being very chivalrous with women and decking men that annoy him.
~No one is good enough to him, especially if they're behavior influences how others see him.
~Peer pressure and bullying were both problems for him in grade school
~he likes the idea of being the hero or vigilante, getting justice for the downtrodden at all costs
~He's doing really well in the military
~He loves to defy authority, or, rather, get the authority to like him enough that they find his defiance entertaining rather than annoying.
~He likes to stand on things (couches, tabletops, cars)
~He's very funny (with an ironic and somewhat morbid and abstract sense of humor) and rather vocal about it (I love going to movies with him because I laugh loudly and he makes comments, we're a great team)
~He's a surprisingly good listener
~He's very religious but believes religion is everyone's own experience
~He believes he's seen spirits
~He's very very smart
~He often finds talking about emotions frivolous and pointless
~He can get really depressed and bitter, especially if his attempts at being a hero are thwarted
~He's a very bad writer/poet/artist. VERY. BAD.
~College was not for him
~He's authoritative and direct. He's always sure (though he'll listen to your point of view, just to tell you you're wrong when you've finished).
So, he's E....what?