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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    I don't really relate to ESFPs though. They just seem to gt way too caught up in their passions, or prioritize them too much. Plus, believe it or not, to me, work is more important than play or (and this sounds bad but too bad) people. IRL, I'm honestly much more composed and "businesslike" than anyone here would think. Only online (anonymously, not even FB) and with good friends in a purely social setting (as in, they have zero influence on my professional reputation) do I get weird.

    You seem more INFP.
    Then figure out what that is... Use those descriptions you have enough to get a dominant function down.

    Maybe... I dunno.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    I don't really relate to ESFPs though. They just seem to get way too caught up in their passions, or prioritize them too much. Plus, believe it or not, to me, work is more important than play or (and this sounds bad but too bad) people. IRL, I'm honestly much more composed and "businesslike" than anyone here would think. Only online (anonymously, not even FB) and with good friends in a purely social setting (as in, they have zero influence on my professional reputation) do I get weird.
    Agreed. That's why I think it is really hard to type people online because I think they kind of 'let go' and stuff. But I wonder if it is completely impossible for an ESFP to act this way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecTcelfeR View Post
    Then figure out what that is... Use those descriptions you have enough to get a dominant function down.

    Maybe... I dunno.
    I just know 2 things:

    - NOT an SJ
    - Fe, not Fi

    So, xNFJ or xxTP.
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    @mrcockburn - I don't think you're getting rid of the Se in anyones eyes... Just like I would never be able to show you all that I may be Ni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaqcues Le Paul View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    I just know 2 things:

    - NOT an SJ
    - Fe, not Fi

    So, xNFJ or xxTP.
    Changing types too much = eXFP. Eh, sorry, I'll stop being silly now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Agreed. That's why I think it is really hard to type people online because I think they kind of 'let go' and stuff. But I wonder if it is completely impossible for an ESFP to act this way?
    Is it your first instinct though? Because my natural response is to approach people in a formal, reserved, efficient way. And even at school, during group projects, first thing I did was get things under control and find a way to get it done. The ESFPs were always much more personable and laid-back. And I'm a stickler for planning things out and adhering to deadlines, another reason I think I'm an NFJ of some sort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    Is it your first instinct though? Because my natural response is to approach people in a formal, reserved, efficient way. And even at school, during group projects, first thing I did was get things under control and find a way to get it done. The ESFPs were always much more personable and laid-back. And I'm a stickler for planning things out and adhering to deadlines, another reason I think I'm an NFJ of some sort.
    No, I was actually a dick in school and a control freak. Better now though. I chock it up to Fi perfectionism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecTcelfeR View Post
    @mrcockburn - I don't think you're getting rid of the Se in anyones eyes... Just like I would never be able to show you all that I may be Ni.
    I'm also leaning away from Ne because Si goes with it. That is, by far, my worst function.
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