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    Quote Originally Posted by cascademn View Post
    I can't figure out how you truly believed you were INFJ/INTJ for so many years!!!

    Regardless, welcome. I think you're our first ESFP??!! (if, in fact, you are...I imagine there's still room for debate! Esp. since you've done a full 180 in the past 24 hours!!)
    Even as I type sentence this, the INFJ/INTJ profiles resonate with me but I am starting to realize that when I took those tests in the past I might have misunderstood many of the questions which lead to inaccurate results.

    Like most things in life I learnt more in the past day discussing my type with real people than I would have learned in a million years from reading.

    Finally, debate, debate, debate! It's fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I don't know about that- my sister could kick anyone's ass (except for mine) the difference is that she might feel slightly bad about it afterwords if they didn't really have it coming, and I would still be gloating about my awesome abilities.
    But (from what I've read, which I think i will stop doing) aren't ESFPs easily hurt and overly emotional? For example Judy Garland, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley ....
    Last edited by JustDave; 01-21-2008 at 10:04 PM. Reason: Misspelling

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    Damn, you are good! My answers are yes to all especially points 2,3,6,7,8.
    That's Ne.

    Ok. So we've a sneaky li'l critter who adores the limelight, wants to be cuddled, has a ready wink and smile. Runs from too much emotion unless it is his own.

    He does read a little like whatev, but I think let him post more. He's a good mimicry of people though, I have to say. He mirrors whomever he responds to.

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    Yes he does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascademn View Post
    Regardless, welcome. I think you're our first ESFP??!! (if, in fact, you are...I imagine there's still room for debate! Esp. since you've done a full 180 in the past 24 hours!!). I will say, though, that in your rather impressive 164 posts, you've had a lot of one-line answers...which is atypical of INFJ for sure - I guess for most of the INxx types)
    Oh really.

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    ESFPs are sneaky that way- I think that they use their F ability to be able to mirror and manipulate (not necisarily in a bad way) others

    My sis can cry at the dumbest things- and then when something serious happens that a normal person would cry at she shows that she has a backbone- the girl may flit around and seem like whoever she's with- but she's a strong person- she shows more mercy than I do though

    (NEVER get on an ESFPs bad side- if you think you're screwed over if you're on my bad side it's just because you haven't met my sis- she has emotion invested in her hurt and I don't- that makes her revenge all the harsher! :horor
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddo View Post
    Oh really.
    Cheeky.

    As for me I haet lecturing and being lectured so i try to keep it short and sweet.

    Big blocks of text are boring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    ESFPs are sneaky that way- I think that they use their F ability to be able to mirror and manipulate (not necisarily in a bad way) others

    My sis can cry at the dumbest things- and then when something serious happens that a normal person would cry at she shows that she has a backbone- the girl may flit around and seem like whoever she's with- but she's a strong person- she shows more mercy than I do though

    (NEVER get on an ESFPs bad side- if you think you're screwed over if you're on my bad side it's just because you haven't met my sis- she has emotion invested in her hurt and I don't- that makes her revenge all the harsher! :horor

    I prefer to call it "understanding" others.

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    understanding is what? vengance? backbone? mercy? or manipulation?
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    understanding is what? vengance? backbone? mercy? or manipulation?
    Oh, sorry about that. I was refering to manipulation.

    You know what might be fun, a "What's your favorite drink?" thread.

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