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    Jewel, you got yourself one of those alfa males at home?!

    Ok you know how to appreciate a challenge..damn, I'm jealous
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    ESTP's are known for their expensive tastes and flaunting their stuff ...
    Yeah, I'd be content to live on beans and rice in a hut somewhere, which is probably ridiculous to the opposite extreme, so I think we balance each other out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    I've found it nice to have "P" in common with any type, "J" can sometimes be a little testy to deal with.

    Differences in "N" Vs. "S" have never been a big deal for me either.

    "E" Vs. "I" differences can be no problem at all, especially when you have "P" in common.

    I'll bet you two get along just fine.

    Remember, all MBTI aside, it's your core values, outlook on life, and fondness for each other that matter above all things.
    Yeah, both being P's can sometimes get us into trouble in terms of putting things off too long or having a vague idea of what needs to get accomplished, but we're both really laid back about schedules and projects and I think I prefer it that way.

    Regarding E vs. I, I hate being the center of attention, so it's fantastic that he's so charismatic. Completely takes the pressure off me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Jewel, you got yourself one of those alfa males at home?!

    Ok you know how to appreciate a challenge..damn, I'm jealous

    LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    Remember, all MBTI aside, it's your core values, outlook on life, and fondness for each other that matter above all things.
    Totally agreed. Theory is theory, it's only helpful as a supplement.

    Also, I could live on rice and beans in a hut, but even then I'd probably find a way to attain material convenience.

    By the way, this:

    Quote Originally Posted by Jewelchild View Post
    -Takes people on in public if they're obnoxious or mean. In college, to deal with a chronically late (and mean) teacher, he packed up his books in the middle of class. When she asked where he was going, he said he'd kept track of how many minutes she had wasted by showing up late all semester, and she owed him [exact number] of minutes.
    Sounds a whole lot like something my best friend would do, too. I'm kinda confused about his true type right now but he's definitely acted like an ESTP for most of his life.

    I'm usually really easygoing plus the fact that my type was repressed and I'm still rediscovering it, but that sounds like something I would probably do, too, for fun and to get the upper hand. The closest I've come to that so far though was getting a manager out the door in my last job. There were other factors in why she got fired but my writing up every single little thing she'd done wrong from day one in an email to the district manager I'm sure was a big reason. She sure was a bitch too, and her removal was way overdue. The district manager seemed to cling to her despite huge mistakes, though, which is what makes me think my email put that final nail in the coffin.

    I was amazed that the assistant, a good friend of mine by then, still seemed concerned about her and her ability to get another job. I told her I didn't care, even though her husband had just lost his job, too.
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    Yeah, he is typically pretty laid back as well. If other people are jerks, he tends to let things slide for a bit, but if it reaches a certain point and he's had enough, watch out. He won't hesitate to make a certain people look stupid in public, and probably has fun doing it. Especially those who abuse authority or take advantage of other people. In general, though, he's pretty nice, stays out of other people's business, and gives people space. I don't think I've ever seen him manipulate a situation to embarrass someone (in a mean way, not a kidding way) unless he was provoked.
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    Yep, definitely me, then. I heard that lady was chased out of the store crying with the words, "Get out of here", and after all the tyrannical bullshit we had all put up with I laughed heartily.

    Or take the group of kids I was counselor for at YMCA in Washington state. It was rumored among all the kids that I was the coolest counselor (and I wasn't a huge rule follower). But when one of my kids hit another one broadside on the back with a huge branch, I immediately grabbed it, flung it into the trees nearby and yelled at him as loud as I could. We immediately talked to the director and that kid was a changed man from that day on. Not to mention the group. haha.

    I hope that's a lesson they'll never forget. There had been drama in that group and they were the hardest group to counsel ever. After that I couldn't have asked for a better bunch.
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    Maybe you really ARE a long lost twin or triplet of my SO. He spent some time counseling teen boys and taking them on camping trips, and though he was way more permissive with kids than he should have been (I think), that's exactly the way he reacted to violent or stupid nonsense.
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    wow, hahahaha! Personality typology can be a wonderful thing, can't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewelchild View Post
    Maybe you really ARE a long lost twin or triplet of my SO. He spent some time counseling teen boys and taking them on camping trips, and though he was way more permissive with kids than he should have been (I think), that's exactly the way he reacted to violent or stupid nonsense.
    Girl, you're *not* keeping all three if that's the case, you hear? Share with your NFP siblings!
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    Oh my. Some days I can hardly handle one. They're all yours. Haha. You and I can sit back with iced teas and talk about the universe while we watch them run around like maniacs and create all sorts of mayhem. I promise you won't ever get bored again.
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