You should see their bubbly-ass handwriting... Ugh.Check this out. I have two ESFP's (that I know of) on my Facebook friends list. Both female. Check out their writing:
#1: "My throat hurts sooooo bad!!! I cant even talk OR swallow.. I felt fine all day but it just started hurting a few hours ago & now my whole throat is swollen.. ( This sucks!!!! "
#2: "OMG! had a nightmare! Had dream bout tha ex hubby. Eeww. Any who good morning fb hope every1 has a fab day. Hope this Monday goes by fast!"
Writing like that makes me want to rip my eyes out.
We take in everything - in fact, that's one of our trademarks. And we do shift our view - if we're wrong.ISTPs tend to be blunt and to the point. They seem to lack consideration for possible alternatives in the debate section. They come up with a simple response and won't take in anything else or shift their views when someone counters them. It's highly annoying.
what is this loop you speak of?Victor from TypologyCentral - apparently he is quite a legend/cult figure there, earned that status from to his distinctive posting style (and paranoid conspiracy theories about how MBTI is a tool made by a majority group of people (what he calls, 'visual-oriented culture' or something like that) to be used to oppress certain minority group of people (the 'auditory-oriented culture'))...
It's been speculated that he's either an ISFP or INTJ hopelessly stuck in the Fi-Ni loop, but a lot of people think that his Fi is stronger than his Ni, therefore is an ISFP.
Look him up and you'll see what I mean :|.
Not saying that ISFPs are generally like this, though.
That's actually better, imo. I wasn't talking about purely ESFPs, I was making fun of those LOUD, overly-cheery girls who are scary!Then you haven't seen the horror show that is mine. It's been illegibly god-awful from day one. Even I can't read it most of the time. I can draw pretty nicely though so that sort of makes up for it.