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This is a discussion on Are ESTP's the laughing stock of the crowd? within the ESTP Forum - The Doers forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; I notice that ESTPs flop a lot and end up becoming the clown of the group. For example, Donald Trump ...

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    Are ESTP's the laughing stock of the crowd?

    I notice that ESTPs flop a lot and end up becoming the clown of the group.

    For example, Donald Trump does silly shit that makes him a target for jokes like his hair and his immaturity.



    I notice similarities with Hidan from Naruto as well. Among his group, he seems to be the one who gets made fun of.





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    ESTP - The Doers

    We were fine until Trump came along

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    ESTP - The Doers

    Quote Originally Posted by New Dawn View Post
    I notice that ESTPs flop a lot and end up becoming the clown of the group.

    For example, Donald Trump does silly shit that makes him a target for jokes like his hair and his immaturity.
    What is the point in being serious all the time? If I can generate some LOL's and get everyone's attention, I'm going for it.
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    If I am board and the energy sucks I will shift it to have fun or leave. I 100% agree with what HOLYSHIZZY said about being serious all the time. What is life without color...drab
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    I am the crowd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shazam View Post
    I am the crowd.
    You should make your profile picture the one you posted in the other forum : )
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    My ESTP says he's perfectly aware when he's doing something weird or awkward and he just doesn't care. He'll commit all sorts of social faux pas without realising and even when he does, he feels no embarrassment. It's impressive but mind-boggling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daiz View Post
    My ESTP says he's perfectly aware when he's doing something weird or awkward and he just doesn't care. He'll commit all sorts of social faux pas without realising and even when he does, he feels no embarrassment. It's impressive but mind-boggling.
    Accurate depiction. I never feel embarrassed
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    I think ESTPs are entertaining.
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    Maybe in middle school and high school

    And for the lagging ones in maturity still into college

    I sometimes self deprecate but I think people usually take me seriously
    I can still have fun though and be a goof
    My credibility is in good standing though
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