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I always read that ESFPs are the life of a party, but are ISFPs too? I think I also have the need to party and have fun just like ESFPs, but I get exhausted after a while whearas they don't. I mean, I think that being happy and enjoying is the meaning of life. It's kind of like I need an ESFP friend with whom I could have fun and another friend for my quiet times with whom I could discuss about deep things and share my thoughts and emotions, maybe an INTJ? Or would an ISFP be a perfect friend for an ISFP cause they could have fun and relax together? :D What do you think?

Btw, I have no idea how to call this thread :D
 

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I agree with you in the sense that I love party environments. I thrive on living life to the fullest and being gregarious, especially with my closest friends. I think I turn into sort of an ESFP after a couple drinks. I usually die out pretty quick and sometimes am one of the first people to head home because I get tired. One of my closest friends is an ESFP. He's incredibly fun to party with. He always gives me crap for heading home, even if it's at 2am. He can party and socialize all day, every day. When he's alone he feels uncomfortable. Each friend plays a different role. I know I can always count on my ESFP friend to be doing something every night. They're always up for fun adventures, which can be exhausting, but it's nice to have that push sometimes when I feel like being lame and introverting. He's also good to have deep conversations with because we almost always understand how each other feels.
 

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I'm bumping this thread haha.

But I'm curious now since I met an ESFP and we're starting to become really close friends after 2 yrs lol. I'm actually really curious if any can share how it went if traveled to another country or go on adventures with an ESFP. I have been on a few adventures with an ENFP friend and it was really adventurous and funny lol. Wonder if it be any different traveling with an ESFP. Am also curious to see what it like being friends with an ESFP.


Since she has a family and I don't. with this ESFP it be really hard to plan a trip to like travel with another country. So we go on adventures locally haha.

So far we learned we make a good team in alot of areas. She very chatty and good at socialising which I like but can be exhausting. Funny she said she not a partier or much of an entertainer. But they always have get togethers or game nights at there house with minimum of 4 people. To me an entertainer doesn't mean you must like going to concerts or big party.
 

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Because of my sensory processing disorder, I can't tolerate a big, noisy party. I guess that I am more of an entertainer than a partier. I love to sing and dance and to share that joy with other people.

I'm not sure of how to put this into words, however.
 
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