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    Why would you want to sit on the sidelines? One thing I can't understand is how talk could ever compare to actually experiencing things.

    At least take my hand so we can dance to some bouncin' tunes.
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    Coz talking can be an experience in itself

    And observing from the sidelines at what you guys get up to is utterly enjoyable as well

    Then again, I haven't danced in ages and you guys usually do know how to lead...

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    Well just dance and you won't have to decide anymore.

    I guess I'll never understand, maybe mostly cuz I tried the whole N thing out and it never worked for me. I'll try to just shrug my shoulders and respect it as an equally valid lifestyle as much as I can.

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    Whaddya mean you tried the whole N thing? You got the chance to be an N till midnight when your carriage turned back into a pumpkin, or what?

    I hate being the center of attention, so enjoying things from the sidelines can be very relaxing and energizing for me. I enjoy laughing but not being the object of laughter. I like to observe, because interacting with people too much feels draining to me. It takes a lot of effort. When I'm in the middle of the action, I'm overcome with emotions and it can get very overwhelming, even if the emotions are positive. I like fun and action, but not in the same gigantic dose that you ESTP's do. Plus ... I have plenty of fun, but our definitions differ quite a bit. I think attending a lecture or reading a textbook is a rush, which makes my ESTP want to vomit. Heh heh.

    I like dancing too, but usually it's while I'm cooking or brushing my teeth or jumping on my couch in a moment of happiness inspired insanity. Get me somewhere in public A)where I feel extremely comfortable or B)where there's a little alcohol to help me out, and then I'll dance.
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    ESTP. He doesn't seem close to any other type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewelchild View Post
    Whaddya mean you tried the whole N thing? You got the chance to be an N till midnight when your carriage turned back into a pumpkin, or what?
    Well I seemed to have an N mind for a little bit in my teens. Kinda weird but true. I'm truly an SP at heart, though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jewelchild View Post
    I like fun and action, but not in the same gigantic dose that you ESTP's do. Plus ... I have plenty of fun, but our definitions differ quite a bit. I think attending a lecture or reading a textbook is a rush, which makes my ESTP want to vomit. Heh heh.
    Yeah, too many words. I'd like to be able to listen to a bunch of abstraction, but I just can't do it. I can't even stand around and talk about a "plan of action" at work. Usually when they're doing that I just walk away and occupy myself with more work.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jewelchild View Post
    I like dancing too, but usually it's while I'm cooking or brushing my teeth or jumping on my couch in a moment of happiness inspired insanity. Get me somewhere in public A)where I feel extremely comfortable or B)where there's a little alcohol to help me out, and then I'll dance.
    Dancing while brushing your teeth? Interesting, I'll have to try that out.
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    Why not a male ESFP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Why not a male ESFP?
    ESTPs have a more indiscreet way of behaving and talking, they seem to take others' feelings into account less than the ESFPs. Just doesn't sound ESFP-like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewelchild View Post
    -Very caring as a boss. Feels for his employees who are in difficult situations, and does his best to be fair and do things that are helpful to the employees.

    -Huge joker. Picks on/teases people as a main form of humor. Intentionally trips on stairs or wears embarrassing things to make people laugh. Lots of physical antics. Fueled by getting a laugh. Great storyteller. Charms people. Annoys rigid people.
    This seems more like a Performer Artisan, not a Promoter.

    A Promoter Artisan is more calculating.

    Really, he's an ESFP in his masculine social role.

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    If you're going by the Keirsey descriptions, I think you'll find that they fit very well with her descriptions of him. Besides, you only singled out two points. Alot of what she said does show how calculating he is.

    And he sounds exactly like me.
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