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    Default Have you noticed a particular difference when relating to someone of your own type?

    I'm just starting to notice that with other ENFP's we seem to feed off each other and become more feisty and don't worry about offending each other like we do with other people...maybe it's just being more comfortable or knowing that they get it since they do it too. It's so interesting to me...i like it.

    what about you? is there a particular comfort or ease when with someone of your own type? do you feel they bring out a different side to your personality or amplify one?

    and while we're at it...is there another personality type that you've noticed has an odd effect on you...if so, which one and what kind?
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    Pretty much every other INFP I know I can let loose around. I pretty much treat them as I would like to be treated and it all works out just fine. It makes me feel comfortable that I don't have to worry around them.

    As for a type that has a weird effect you are going to have to elaborate your question, most every type has some sort of effect on me.
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    My dad is and ENTJ. My roommate is and ENTJ. We tend to debate, advise, and explain things, even if they are painfully obvious. lol. We also compete in little ways with each other.

    The things I've learned to relate to other ENTJs are: have even a small bit of knowledge before you talk, be prepared to be challenged, and when they try to tease you, disqualify yourself confidently. I personally try to out smart them, though, I'm not always successful. I always learn a lot from talking to other ENTJs.
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    i don't really know...just felt like throwing another question in there. since i so rarely make threads. haha

    just thought someone might have an interesting experience with a particular type.
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    I become really quiet around entps most of the time. We get all deep. Not always, depends.
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    Since I know only two other ENFJs IRL, I haven't had a whole lot of experience with it, but being around them causes all hell to break loose. lol My buddy, in particular, Taco - he's hysterical, and we'll wind up riffing on each other until we can't breathe anymore. My twin says we're like Clash of the Titans, and she knows I'm on the phone with Taco because there's nothing but silly taunting and laughing.

    But there's also a strange "hey... I know what you mean..." automatic understanding, and I think we both value that highly.

    I get along really well with INFJs too (seeing as I know way more than Es), even though they sometimes treat me like I'm the "big sister" who can't disguise herself or take cover when I should.

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    I found out this girl I got to know some time ago is an infj. I'd never guessed it, she seems so... extraverted somehow. (although in fact very introverted). But I guess so do I. Being around her is... comfortable, excatly. There's just some sort of affection for her. The more I get to know her, the more I see how similar we are.

    Her ways of influencing and interacting are similar, and I can see how she as well is careful choosing the people she hangs out with. With those people she is outgoing, has natural charm, she's always smiling and laughing. We could keep on talking forever 1-1 or with few other ppl. She's the most serious and the nutsiest person I know.
    And also the kindest, yet the most focused and most intense.

    An ENFP probably most certainly has a profound effect on me. We bring out new sides in each other. Click and complement.
    She's the fire for my engine. Although all the humour and all the fun is by her, if an outsider would see us (come to think of it it's a sight you'd probably not want to see) it'd be me who'd seem the crazy one (I get crazy with/because of/about her, can't help it) Wait a minute ... it's totally calculated !

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    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    it'd be me who'd seem the crazy one (I get crazy with/because of/about her, can't help it) Wait a minute ... it's totally calculated !
    That'd make her an entp, silly
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    That'd make her an entp, silly
    She's not Not. But it is


    But Is she?

    Can't?

    stop confusing me !

    Right?

    No? Yea? Sure? Yes


    but damn the girl is clever !

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    ^ I have trouble identifying the other INFJs. Tips, please?

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