I know this ESTJ from school. Unlike the other ESTJs that we both know, he has this quirky way that rubs everyone in the wrong way, even other ESTJs. That got better as we got older; all kids grow out of their annoying habits- mostly. I get the feeling that he's never liked me much, and I'm not sure why. Maybe it's because I don't care to fit in the status quo, and have never been very responsive to him. He's been particularly annoying this year. We didn't speak much before, and I get the idea that he only has a concept of who I am (because that's what he talks about when he tells people about me; he had no idea I could hear him).
1. Good at music/academics.
2. Kind of reclusive.
We have two classes together, and kind of a lot of out of class interaction because we're both intellectual and grade-obsessed. He makes rude comments at times that really got to me (he makes them to everybody, but it seems more severe for me this year), but over time I've become numb to him. I figured that he's probably saying those things because it's what he does.
So we bicker, from whether or not I'm going to get married someday (he has a lot to say about that) to whether he is superior because he beats me at mathematics and I beat him at humanities. He can be very rude at times, but I've become naturally desensitized to him. We'd be talking about the idea of marriage, and then he'd burst in with a derisive chuckle. "Yeah. Her? Married? Funny, guys." I didn't know what he meant, but I wasn't going to give him a free pass either. And then I asked him how many girls he's dated. I forgot what he said, but I got a good laugh out of it.
The confusing part is, sometimes he seems to really respect me. Sometimes he even goes out of his way to be friendly, says "hi" in the hallways when I have a tendency of religiously ignoring anyone who is outside my social circle when out of class. I humored him, of course, and said "hi" back, but I was never particularly warm. Sometimes he'd make good natured jokes, and the sarcastic and negative remarks seems to have lessened somewhat (they're still there, though). Other times, he'd come over when my partner and I are working, and we might have a really random talk. Then my partner and I go back to our work, and he leaves.
It seems almost nice on his part, as if we're friends, but then, we're not really. Or we really aren't. It's hard to say. He doesn't seem to hate me, but he doesn't seem to like me either. His behavior is completely contradictory, but I'm very unfamiliar with his type. I must admit I don't hate the guy; annoyed at times, yes, but I excuse this kid because he's crazy smart. And nice at times. I must say I have a reluctant respect for him. Some of his remarks (and his competence) have taken my pride down a peg or two, but then again, I don't know what he really means, and what he doesn't mean.
Edit: I should probably clarify that I'm analyzing him in my quest to understand all MBTI types better. When I find a specimen of this type, I can't resist. I have several others lined up in the back of my mind right now, but they're pretty much consistent with my concept of their respective types.