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This is a discussion on ESFPs are... within the ESFP Forum - The Performers forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; Originally Posted by Lummex A weird thing that happened... things kind of got hot and heavy between us, and afterward ...

  1. #41
    INFP - The Idealists


    Quote Originally Posted by Lummex View Post
    A weird thing that happened... things kind of got hot and heavy between us, and afterward he said he loved me (this was only our second meeting..). I realized it was in a platonic sense, and I didn't get creeped out because I often wish I could tell people I loved them without them taking it the wrong way. I love most people in a platonic sense, or in one way or another. But it makes me think that maybe he's an NF? Or am I right with SF? It was actually quite nice to hear since I usually feel like telling everyone I love them, but it was also very odd because that never happens!!
    my ESFP husband told me he loved me the second time we hung out. (Granted he was drunk.) But I think they can have a tendency to voice all of their feelings, vs me who tends to keep them under lock and key. It's refreshing, and it makes me more comfortable expressing those feelings as well. There is some serious earnestness to him, which is nice. He says what he means and wholeheartedly means what he says.
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  2. #42
    Unknown Personality

    Obnoxious and annoying and keep trying to talk to me while I'm reading a book.
    Other than that, fun to be around. When I'm in the mood for socializing anyway.

  3. #43
    INFP - The Idealists

    I know A LOT of ESFPs and they are very much surface/physical/tangible world people with little interest in intrapersonal skills or anything theoretical for the most part. If I ever attempted to discuss something like cognitive function I would lose their attention within my 2nd sentence and they would probably complain that they feel like they’re in school.

    Their seeming omnipresence (how does anyone NOT know at least 12?) has showed how very different people can be despite a shared type. I know an extensive range of ESFPs; some make me want to hit my head on the desk and others I have claimed as my younger siblings. They bring out the J in me.

    They’re cuddly. Very cuddly. PDA is essential to them.

    They’re rather easily influenced and have a very strong desire to fit in.

    They’re also terrible at sarcasm.

    They are adorable in their simplicity. (the good ones at least)
    Last edited by voceseta; 02-11-2010 at 04:50 AM. Reason: obvious misspelling -_-
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    super fun
    can be manipulative
    good at organizing big events but tend to be all over the place
    tend to love being center of attention and get easily bored if they conversation shifts
    life of the party
    love to talk on the phone 24-7
    NOT internet savvy i.e. would never even consider facebook or myspace
    Love to be complimented especially about abilities and looks

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    they are fun to banter with but if you aren't "on" then it can be very one sided!

    Quote Originally Posted by NinjaSwan View Post
    My best friend is an ESFP. So is an ex who is also one of my closest friends now.

    They are both pretty damn awesome. Tho they can tend to really drain me, when I am around them they really know how to have fun. They wear their emotions on their sleeves, and they are a lot smarter then they are given credit for.

    But they do have a tendecy to get bored with me, due to my introverted nature. But whatever, we have learned to deal with that stuff.

  7. #46
    ISFJ - The Nurturers

    my friends an esfp with adhd. need i even say how overwhelming she can be for my isfj self? we get along nonetheless.. though i think any sane person should avoid her. lol
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  8. #47
    ENFP - The Inspirers

    I think alot of this is really sterotypical based on who you know. Not internet savy? hello?!? I learnt html when I was 11!!!
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  9. #48
    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Quote Originally Posted by voceseta View Post
    They’re also terrible at sarcasm.
    man, (assuming that all ESFPs are terrible at sarcasm,) whenever they try to be sarcastic, the feeling i get is akin to hearing fingernails scratching on a chalkboard. GAH. it's so terrible. there should be a LAW and ENFORCEMENTS to beat the shit out of people who cant dish out sarcasm correctly. it just...IT JUST SOUNDS SO DAMN TERRIBLE. /goes nuts
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  10. #49
    INFP - The Idealists


    Quote Originally Posted by calysco View Post
    man, (assuming that all ESFPs are terrible at sarcasm,) whenever they try to be sarcastic, the feeling i get is akin to hearing fingernails scratching on a chalkboard. GAH. it's so terrible. there should be a LAW and ENFORCEMENTS to beat the shit out of people who cant dish out sarcasm correctly. it just...IT JUST SOUNDS SO DAMN TERRIBLE. /goes nuts
    Yeah, that would be a GREAT law.

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