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This is a discussion on Ask a question bitch !!! within the ESFP Forum - The Performers forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; Originally Posted by Convex Why do you speak like a girl? Why do you get an erection when I do ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Convex View Post
    Why do you speak like a girl?

    Why do you get an erection when I do ???
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    Is this you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nell View Post
    Is this you?

    Only when I'm turned on
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    I said ask me a FUCKING QUESTION !!!!!!!!!!!! I'm so angry right now I can't even think of what to finish this sentence with.

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    What is love?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SummerRoads View Post

    Thanks for the advice and I definitely hear you on the freedom and not making too many rules / traditions mandatory. My husband is an INTP so he has that freedom / anti tradition blood running through him too. So I think between the two of us we're going to do okay for her. I do think it's important for her to have boundaries within which to have a lot of freedom though.

    Another question for you: so she's still really young so maybe she'll grow out of this, but it drives me crazy when the rest of our family has all their stuff ready to go for school in the morning and is on their way out the door and then all of a sudden my ESFP acts as if it's a huge surprise that we're leaving and then scrambles to find all her stuff all over the place and then makes everyone else late. It drives me up the wall because I, as an ESFJ, feel like it's really rude and inconsiderate of other people's time when they got their shit together and were ready to go and now she's holding everyone up. I've tried the whole telling her 10 minutes early thing but she just brushes it off and thinks she'll have plenty of time to get it done. So then I feel like I'm treading this weird line of wanting to trust her with giving her a lot of freedom but then her execution is just really sloppy and affects other people. Any suggestions or does this just work itself out with time? Like do you guys ever plan ahead or do you really just live in the moment and somehow make it work? I think the ESFJ in me internally worries that she'll be that person who is always late to everything, inconveniences others just so she can do it on her own timeline, and is reckless with money because she's so wrapped up in the moment of what she wants to do and won't make the sacrifices in the present to win in the future.... but then I really do believe in her. She is amazing! I want to trust her with lots of freedom but I need her to also show that she can handle that much.
    I am ESFP and traditions are very important to me...in fact I tend to create traditions as well because they remind me of loved ones or good times that I've had in the past but I can be a wild child if that tradition doesn't mean a lot to me. I agree that rules aren't the greatest to keep us in line..I was given freedom instead of rules but with the expectation to be good. Because I was trusted to "stay out of trouble" for example, I didn't have the inclination to go out and do it. Not breaking the trust meant more to me than obeying a blatant 'law' if that makes sense.

    As for the organization, I would consider myself a pretty organised person. On the other hand, I am a complete procrastinator. To me these are two different things. Lol

    I will set my alarm to wake up an hour early and still end up procrastinating until the very end and be just as rushed. Being under pressure is how I get things completed. But at work I am teased for being 'OCD'. Does this make sense to anyone else?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustanddawnzone View Post
    What is love?

    Deep affection for someone or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustanddawnzone View Post
    What is love?
    Love, to me, is the ability to care for someone so truly that their happiness is just as important as your own. You see the goodness in that person and appreciate it in a way that others might not. Love is not only compatibility and chemistry but commitment. Love is a choice and an action towards someone else. Also cuddles and stuff

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    Ever been friends with an INTJ? If so: What's the best with the dynamic between the two types?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eu_citzen View Post
    Ever been friends with an INTJ? If so: What's the best with the dynamic between the two types?

    I've never been friends with one but I have an INTJ girl who has been in a lot of the same classes as me over the last three years. We're more like acquaintances than friends. The few long conversations that we've had have been about our futures. Where we want to be in five years from now and how we plan on getting there. Talking to her brings out a serious side out of my personality. I think she talks about her plans for the future when she's talking to me more than when she's talking to other people. I don't really know what else to add. Like I said we have only had a few long conversations.
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