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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    - Gets mad easily sometimes, but also had a relatively difficult childhood
    I love how women who fall for assholes can find all sorts of justifications for their center of affections asshole-ness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by run View Post
    sounds like a J. You say he's witty -- is it NP wit or NJ wit or other?

    NJs have a signature wit that makes you think "where the hell did that come from? I dunno, but its funny"
    Ah I see, he has that kind of wit. What is NP wit like?

    Quote Originally Posted by Valuable_Money View Post
    I love how women who fall for assholes can find all sorts of justifications for their center of affections asshole-ness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    - Opened up to a few friends about how proud he is of his family during his birthday
    That there is a pretty strong example of Fe dominance. When you elaborated on S/N and P/J... you were actually just further adding to the list of extroverted behaviors. Did you intend to do that???

    Anyway, I'm fairly convinced that he's a J, especially since people have clearly stated E and F. There are a few simple clues you can look for if you want a rough idea of the S versus N, firstly, ENFJs are clumsy and leave things everywhere sometimes and are often into things like horoscopes and aren't quite attached to the real world, ESFJs use sensory information, they will talk about things they've seen, touched, tasted etc. Both types will yap their faces of if you ask them a few questions, and both types are very clearly feelers, so if you're finding a whole shitload of crazy S or zany N, you'll know that EXFJ is way off the mark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by King-Of-Despair View Post
    That there is a pretty strong example of Fe dominance. When you elaborated on S/N and P/J... you were actually just further adding to the list of extroverted behaviors. Did you intend to do that???

    Anyway, I'm fairly convinced that he's a J, especially since people have clearly stated E and F. There are a few simple clues you can look for if you want a rough idea of the S versus N, firstly, ENFJs are clumsy and leave things everywhere sometimes and are often into things like horoscopes and aren't quite attached to the real world, ESFJs use sensory information, they will talk about things they've seen, touched, tasted etc. Both types will yap their faces of if you ask them a few questions, and both types are very clearly feelers, so if you're finding a whole shitload of crazy S or zany N, you'll know that EXFJ is way off the mark.
    Yeah, I think he's definitely E_FJ, I don't know if S or N right now.

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    I couldn't see an ESFJ being particularly good with the ladies

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    Wait, why is he automatically an F? A lot of these behaviors can fit ESTJ. It all depends on what is meant by things like "witty", "moody", "good with the ladies". Witty how? Moody how? How is he good with the ladies? None of those traits are specific to types. In fact, this says more about the OP's type than it does about the friend. What he may see as "witty", someone like me may see as "crudely unfunny". It all depends on what is meant. Mostly the only thing that is for sure is that the guy is an extrovert.

    Trying to type based on functions/dichotomies is a bad idea.

    Quote Originally Posted by King-Of-Despair View Post
    That there is a pretty strong example of Fe dominance. When you elaborated on S/N and P/J... you were actually just further adding to the list of extroverted behaviors. Did you intend to do that???
    It was a special occasion and he only opened up to a few friends. How is that Fe dominance? Wouldn't he open up about this sort of thing more often if it was his dominant function?

    I say get away from trying to figure out S vs. N and T vs. F. That's very hard to do based on a list of traits. You're going to at least need to provide paragraph-length descriptions for that.

    Start with temperament: NF, SP, SJ, NT?

    Interaction style: Get-things-going or In-Charge (since he is apparently an initiator/extrovert for sure)?

    If you know only those two things, you know his type.

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    Often people who love meeting new people are extroverted and sensing. Opening up to a few friends sounds kind of like Fi, witty and playful sounds like Te. I'd say ESFP for those reasons, although he could be an ENFP or ESFJ. It's hard to say without knowing the person.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    - He loves meeting new people.
    - Excellent multitasker, helpful guy.
    - Gets mad easily sometimes, but also had a relatively difficult childhood
    - Very witty and playful
    - Great with the ladies
    - Very independent
    - Opened up to a few friends about how proud he is of his family during his birthday
    - Extremely outgoing
    - Cool guy in general
    - Can be occasionally moody
    - Can accomplish things well
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    Hard to tell just from what you've said. I keep thinking of a few different types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by run View Post
    I couldn't see an ESFJ being particularly good with the ladies
    Why not?

    Quote Originally Posted by ladyinspring View Post
    Wait, why is he automatically an F? A lot of these behaviors can fit ESTJ. It all depends on what is meant by things like "witty", "moody", "good with the ladies". Witty how? Moody how? How is he good with the ladies? None of those traits are specific to types. In fact, this says more about the OP's type than it does about the friend. What he may see as "witty", someone like me may see as "crudely unfunny". It all depends on what is meant. Mostly the only thing that is for sure is that the guy is an extrovert.

    Trying to type based on functions/dichotomies is a bad idea.



    It was a special occasion and he only opened up to a few friends. How is that Fe dominance? Wouldn't he open up about this sort of thing more often if it was his dominant function?

    I say get away from trying to figure out S vs. N and T vs. F. That's very hard to do based on a list of traits. You're going to at least need to provide paragraph-length descriptions for that.

    Start with temperament: NF, SP, SJ, NT?

    Interaction style: Get-things-going or In-Charge (since he is apparently an initiator/extrovert for sure)?

    If you know only those two things, you know his type.
    I can't judge what temperament he is really, I personally don't think that's an accurate way of typing someone.

    But based on reading those two Interaction styles, I would say he's more Get-things-going than In-Charge.

    Quote Originally Posted by stellar renegade View Post
    Hard to tell just from what you've said. I keep thinking of a few different types.
    What types do you think of?

    Quote Originally Posted by LotsOfHeart View Post
    Often people who love meeting new people are extroverted and sensing. Opening up to a few friends sounds kind of like Fi, witty and playful sounds like Te. I'd say ESFP for those reasons, although he could be an ENFP or ESFJ. It's hard to say without knowing the person.
    You know at first, I'm purposely secretly not ruling ESFP out. I know Uberfuhrer mentioned it too.

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    I think I pretty much thought of every extroverted type, man. Except maybe ENXP.
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