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    What are the most talkative types of the extroverts? Say you had to pick the top 4, or provide a list from top to bottom?
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    IME.

    ESFj
    ENFj
    ESTp
    ESFp
    ESTj
    ENTj
    ENTp
    ENFp

    Something like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mea
    IME.

    ESFj
    ENFj
    I agree. The most talkative people I know are dominants, indeed. I don't think I know any ESxps IRL, so I can't say much about them.

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    ESFj (Fe) by a far margin...Perhaps ENFj (Fe) comes second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
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    I agree with that. ESFjs and ENTjs - the latter, when they feel comfortable with the people around them.
    , LIE, ENTj logical subtype, 8w9 sx/sp
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    gah you're like the shittiest ENTj ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder
    Quote Originally Posted by Expat
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    I agree with that. ESFjs and ENTjs - the latter, when they feel comfortable with the people around them.
    I am in complete agreement with this.
    Ah true. ENTjs are very talkative too. It is just that ESFj "talkativeness" is of the kind that draws a lot of attention to them (even among strangers) which is why many people notice it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat
    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
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    I agree with that. ESFjs and ENTjs - the latter, when they feel comfortable with the people around them.
    Where do you think ENFjs would come in this list?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_maguoo
    Quote Originally Posted by Expat
    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
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    I agree with that. ESFjs and ENTjs - the latter, when they feel comfortable with the people around them.
    Where do you think ENFjs would come in this list?
    I'm not a very typical example, but I'm behind ENTj and before ESTj. ESFj would win the talking contest hands down.
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    My ESFj husband talks all.the.time.

    (So does my daughter. She's probably too young to type though, at 7 years old)
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    Quote Originally Posted by redbaron

    (So does my daughter. She's probably too young to type though, at 7 years old)
    nope, it's possible.

    I even got a book about kids typed according to keirseys temperaments. (xSxJ, xSxP, xNTx, xNFx)
    The book is filled with examples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarno
    Quote Originally Posted by redbaron

    (So does my daughter. She's probably too young to type though, at 7 years old)
    nope, it's possible.

    I even got a book about kids typed according to keirseys temperaments. (xSxJ, xSxP, xNTx, xNFx)
    The book is filled with examples.
    Hmmm, interesting. Well she talks all the time. My other two are introverts (thank goodness!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat
    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
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    ESFjs when they feel comfortable with the people around them.
    Yes. I can be quite the quiet/shy person if I'm around people I don't know or in a setting I'm not comfortable with.

    but if i'm out with people I know I can talk for days...literally.

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    Both ESTjs I know in real life (not counting myself) are not really that talkative, unless they are sort of in a very Fi state with you. If they are just sort of spending time with you, they are more business like. ESTjs only seem really talkative to people they consider themselves close to, and that is definitely the case with me.

    They will exchange communication, facts, knowledge in public readily and easily, but as for substantial "personal" conversation, not nearly as much as ESFjs.

    That is also related to why I enjoy making friendships through work. But this weekend when we have a "teambuilding session" where we cannot talk about work... supposedly.... is unappealing.

    Te - ESTjs are even said to be "laconic"
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    I like talkative people because I don't talk much so they can do all the talking for me when we are in a group. Quite a number of ESFjs have enjoyed my company because I'm willing to listen to them and I always remember the details of our conversation. I actually feel uncomfortable when I'm with another introvert due to the awkward silence when we are trying hard to find something to talk about.

    As for the most talkative extroverts, I guess it would be EXFjs.

    Quote Originally Posted by UDP
    Both ESTjs I know in real life (not counting myself) are not really that talkative, unless they are sort of in a very Fi state with you. If they are just sort of spending time with you, they are more business like. ESTjs only seem really talkative to people they consider themselves close to, and that is definitely the case with me.

    They will exchange communication, facts, knowledge in public readily and easily, but as for substantial "personal" conversation, not nearly as much as ESFjs.

    That is also related to why I enjoy making friendships through work. But this weekend when we have a "teambuilding session" where we cannot talk about work... supposedly.... is unappealing.

    Te - ESTjs are even said to be "laconic"
    Yes, I tend to mistake them as an introvert when they are quiet and tired-looking, particularly an ISTj.

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    Hmm, I've discovered that the girl in question which prompted me to start this thread is indeed an ENTj. We didn't 'click' as such at the Ball we were both at last night. I just find with ENTj's that I can't cut through. Why oh why couldn't she have been my dual. My sister's friend is an ENTj too. The similarity is uncanny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_maguoo
    Hmm, I've discovered that the girl in question which prompted me to start this thread is indeed an ENTj. We didn't 'click' as such at the Ball we were both at last night. I just find with ENTj's that I can't cut through. Why oh why couldn't she have been my dual. My sister's friend is an ENTj too. The similarity is uncanny.
    Aww.. I'm so sorry. I can imagine the disappointment. I keep looking for ISTjs and ESTps (friend search, not partner search)... Maybe the next one you spot will be ENFj. At least you learned a bit more about Ni-creative.
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    ^ Thanks I wish ENTj's were emotionally responsive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by betterthandead
    All extroverts are talkative, it's only the few that I don't mind such as: ENxP or ESTP.
    lol i like the way ixxp's don't talk too, :wink:

    cool handle, too.

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    Ixxps never talking? PFFFFFFFFFFFFFFT
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLauritson
    Ixxps never talking? PFFFFFFFFFFFFFFT
    hahaha i guess you're right ya got me there. they'll talk your ear off once you get 'em goin.

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    hehe, I think we must have some sort of internal, constant-state switch - "Talk" and "Don't Talk". If it gets switched to the former.. I'm going to stop myself now, I'm itching to go on a monologue here.
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