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    Steve Irwin ESE?

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    Steve Irwin ESE?
    he can be, imo.

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    Definitely a Fe dominant, not a Se dominant for Steve Irwin.

    I mean seriously, do you see Tom Jones going "Crikey!" and getting enthusiastic about environmentalism?
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    Amy Yasbeck is one of my favorite ESFps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarno View Post
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    Actually, watching that video, I agree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen View Post
    Craig Ferguson is very likely an SEE too...

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    Johnny Knoxville is no ISTP. Si and Fe-PoLR? I'm not seeing it. He's and , just like the other three I posted, but they all have a different feel to them outside of their information elements, which is why I wanted to post. Because they're some of my favorite ESFPs, yet one is a serious and honorable actor, one is a goofball and stuntman, and the other is a charming extremist. It's very easy to understand the nature of by watching them, because it comes across so dominant and pure through their . I think ESFPs in general emphasize the essence of feel pretty well. But you must read Jung to know exactly what I'm referring to, if you have not already.

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    Craig Ferguson is very likely an SEE too...
    He's another one of my favorite ESFPs.

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    Amy Yasbeck seems like a real SEE. The "tough girl" videos like the one for the credit card commercial I'm not sure about. I think the "tough girl" stereotype is more SLE than SEE. But there's not much to go in the video to assess personality.

    Overall, the "tough girl" image tends to involve a tendency towards self reliance (relying on skill, logic) rather than reliance on others (popularity, etc.). That's why it seems to be more ST.
    Last edited by Jonathan; 07-28-2011 at 05:49 PM.

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