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Like ESTP, but not exhausting.
Since Se is supposed to give the user a very realistic interpretation, I think the better title would be "The way ESFP views the world." I am tired of every type and their cat having an opinion on us.
A drunk Britney Spears cursing at a telephone pole.
Esfp is my dual so I admired them always (even before i knew mbti). :)
Three questions here, answer any you like! And thank you ahead of time for taking the time to write out a response. I appreciate it, and I'm sure others here do too!
How do you differentiate yourself from an ENFP?
How do you differentiate yourself from an ISFP?
(How do you differentiate yourself from an INFP?)
One of my very closest friends is an ESFP. Perfectly described by MBTI an entertainer.
He is always upbeat and very caring and nice.
However as read many times here, impossible to have an intellectual conversation with.
He gets bored when talking about real matters, rather than basketball or soccer.
Butterflies that grow up to be politicians.