Q:fictional and/or famous ESFPs, please? c:
Q:oooh! type me type me
The lack of text posts, suggests an extraverted function first, and your username (a food) and the sexual content in your blog is evidence of Extraverted Sensation (Se).
The text, when present, that is associated your picture posts show evidence of muted Introverted Feeling (Fi), “<3<3<3,” “cuuuute,” and “OH GOD I LOVE THIS MOVIE SO MUCH”.
Tertiary Extraverted Thinking (Te) is present with “lets do this,” in one of your posts. It’s a common phrase ( there are different variations, obviously) among types with the function.
Q:Ooh! Can you try and type me from my blog?
Sure thing :)
Your background, title of your blog and love of food were obvious indicators of Extraverted Sensation (Se). I would say this is your first function because your blog is mostly pictures. If you make a text post, it’s a short, blip about something you’re excited about, or something that’s bothering you, but you don’t take the time to really sort through your inner world. You enjoy interacting with your followers and other bloggers that have the same interests as you, which indicates Introverted Feeling (Fi). Contrary to popular belief, it isn’t “Extraverts” who are “people” people, it’s Feelers. I see Extraverted Thinking (Te) in your blog from its structure. You don’t often have the same kind of post multiple times in a row, unless you’re excited and even then, after making say, 3 posts in a row, you’ll move onto something else, like a picture, before making a text post again. I don’t see any postsin your blog, no words or pictures that are parts and wholes, no “seeing eye,” kind of things, which suggests inferior Introverted Intuition (Ni). This isn’t uncommon for extraverted SPs, and really, most types in general. You will avoid your inferior function at all costs, even though you should nurture it sometimes to grow.
To the ISFJ with an “ENTP” who asked a question earlier
I’m an ISFJ and my boyfriend is an ENTP, aka the exact opposite.
But I’m in the healthiest and best relationship of my entire life. Do you think it’s likely that one of us is actually a different type or is it possible that even though we’re opposites it can completely work.
I feel like we bring out the best in each other and give to each other what the other lacks. It’s an extremely rewarding relationship. :)
I’d like to point out what was blindingly obvious to me when I read your ask:
Your boyfriend is not an ENTP, he is an ESTP, but don’t despair! (ISFJ-ENTP wouldn’t want to spend 5 minutes with each other. ISFJ-ESTP is a match made in heaven.) That’s good news though, you’re a living testament to how well these optimal pairings can go.
Type dynamics and functional interactions can be a very useful tool to figure out type. I’ve spotted many ESFPs who’ve thought they were ENFPs, just because INTJ-ENFP is so incredibly different than ESFP-INTJ. Likewise, I’ve found an ENFP who thought they were an ESFP because of the dynamic, as well. (I’m very familiar with ESFPs and ENFPs. My Father is an ESFP and my sister is an ENFP. My ideathief is an ENFP as well.
Q:I have a theory I'm looking to bounce off of you-
strong ESFP personalities will rarely test so (I cannot speak for any of the others).
I have a strong (very strong) ESFP friend who flip flops all over the place between her S and P.
For example, at one point she tests completely ENFP and at another completely ESFJ.
ESFP's are people pleasers- they want to answer the question "correctly" so they can get some kudos. Despite having told her there is no right or wrong way to answer the question, I recognize that she still holds those cultural stigmas so deep in her mind that she can't help but try and answer "correctly". Not only that- but every ESFP I have ever met requires an audience with which to bounce ideas off of. More like a wall, really. She will ask me: I'm always on time, right? To which I will hastily answer NOOOOOO, but by then she's moved on, saying "yeah, yeah I'm always on time". My no sets her off balance, she's unsure- but she knows being on time is important in this culture, so she answers yes- a reflection of what she wants to be, though she is instead entirely unreliable and spontaneous.
Sorry, long question... or rather, explanation.
By the by I'm a female INTJ.