johny knoxville SLI-Si
Steve Irwin ESE?
he can be, imo.Steve Irwin ESE?
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.
"And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it." -Roald Dahl
It's pretty cool
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.
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 04:49 PM.