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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    @Hard and @themightyfetus it's interesting that you guys show deep appreciation for SJs and Fe types respectively since there are people here who think you are those types. I wonder if that says anything about the influence people we get along with have over us.

    Will make my own list when I work up the energy.
    Considering that E1 is correlated with SJ, and E2 is correlated to Fe, and our enneagrams are uncommon for our types, it sort of makes sense. With me anyway, I see a odd-sort of common ground, and I often see them having qualities I should strive for.
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    ISFJ and ESFJ - some of the people I'm closest to are these types. However, in general, a lot of people of these types seem to hate me - for example my ESFJ sis-in-law, who basically hates my guts, although she denies there is a problem, it's really obvious. I don't have many friends but I usually have to look outside these types to find someone non judgmental enough to accept me...

    ISTJ - hit and miss lol. Sometimes their insensitivity is just gobsmacking, and we often don't have that much in common to talk about. But then one of my very favourite people is ISTJ.

    INFJ - some I adore, others...just feel like they are too intellectual/detached and too cold for me to like.

    ENFJ, INFP, ENFP - we get along, from a safe distance...a couple of INFPs I am very fond of atm...

    INTP - I like them for how interesting and enthusiastic they can be, and how much I can learn from them, but I don't think we would ever be close...

    ENTP - these people can be so magnetic! a healthy ENTP is just the most wonderful person...

    ISFP and ESFP - can be so sweet, caring and non judgemental and these are people I'd like in my life more I think.

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    i've talked about this before but my general social world has been sooo filled with FPs for years.

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    ENFJ: I tend to get along best with non-materialistic e3 types. E1 & e2 types feel a bit foreign to me.

    ENFP: I think that they truly care about me but I feel very judged if I seem to care too much about how other people are doing or if I don't seem to take a strong enough position to their liking.

    INFJ: interesting but intimidating.

    INFP: Usually good until I hit one of their unverbalized values but then almost always work it out.

    ENTJ: for some reason, I seem to really gravite toward this NT type the most.

    ENTP: Neutral, I get impression that they find me somewhat interesting but a "stick in the mud"

    INTJ: neutral, I am afraid that they are judging me negatively but typically they seem to tolerate/like me.

    INTP: pretty good. They enjoy poking fun at what I say and like to get a rise out of me. Similar sense of humor.

    ISFP: I ABSOLUTELY adore this type.

    ESFP: This type is very fun.

    ESTP: No idea

    ISTP: no idea

    XSFJ: Usually feel constantly judged.

    ESTJ: neutral, micromanagers but peacefully coexist

    ISTJ: Pretty good. They enjoy poking fun at what I say and like to get a rise out of me. Similar sense of humor. I am afraid that they are judging me negatively but typically they seem to tolerate/like me.

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    The mentors is my life have been ExxJ's. An ENTJ and an ESFJ respectively.

    The ESFJ was really, really great at deftly handling people who argued with him or challenged him. He could maneuver around their issues and win them over. Where I would have told most to go to hell, his stance was, "you could go to hell but you don't want to do that, so follow me" lol!

    ENFP - my SO, one of my closest friends is one. I have a strange relationship with them. Distant but close. I like their down for anything mentality. Not counting my SO, I wouldn't say I have deep connections with them but the connection is perplexingly strong and steady. I have dated both these people, Fwiw.


    ESTP - One of my closest friends. Used to be closer but his gf didn't like me hanging around. He is low key. Easy. Funny. We used to help each other work on our cars/motorcycles. Still call each other for that stuff or meet at a bar for drinks on occasion.

    ESFP - I love them. I love making them laugh. It's like having an audience of one and they really do light up a room. The ones I know aren't like the loud, partying stereotypes but sensitive, bubbly, light-hearted, funny people.

    ISFP: My childhood best friend. Don't know any now.

    INTP: ? Don't know any.

    ISTJ: peacefully co-exist as long as we each have our respective spaces.

    ENTP - I love or grrr. Not even hate but just...grrr. They can be like a dog with a bone when it comes to their single-mindedness. Have you ever played fetch with a dog and grew tired of it and tried to stop playing so you throw the ball and go into another room? ENTPs always find you to bring it back to play again. The only other type besides ENFPs that can get me out of the house. Maybe it's because I know those phone calls and texts won't stop until I do, so I might as well go out. Best friend of 16 years is one.

    ENFJ - I really love them or really don't. No in between.

    ISTP- I play pool with one. That's the guy I play pool with. We both consider each other extremely good friends who talk maybe once every 3-6 months. It works.

    INFJ's - Too gentle for my tastes but at the same time cutthroat like a MFker! I wouldn't want to piss one off. Doesn't work for me romantically. We are too different that it takes work to maintain, too similar to seek it out. If a guy likes me, they are probably INFJ, tho. I seem to attract them easily.


    INTJ - I enjoy working with them. They are a perfect foil. Good dark humor. I just like INTJ's. I think we would mutually bore each other in relationships, tho.

    ISFJ - The most intense magnetic/sexual attraction I've had with any type aside from an ENTP. Just slaps you in the face. Who. Is. THIS?! Otherwise, I can't say I know the type well. Things always get too complicated or stalkerish. (Sorry, that is just the ISFJ's I've known).

    ESTJ - I only know two and they are just *really good people*. Just solid. Brash - yes. Talks out of their ass - yes. But the whole package is *usually* okay by me.
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    ISTJs are love. ISTJs are life. All my fucking irl friends are ISTJs

    I'd like to think I can get along with anyone as long as we have enough in common. In general I get along with Is more than Es, but if the E is particularly good at flowing the conversation and filling in the holes when I pull a blank on what to say then we get along swimmingly. Interestingly enough, most other xSFJs that I've met irl have a tendency to annoy me.

    I tend to find myself being the lone F among all the Ts like what do y'all want with me how did this happen but it's ok because I love you.

    Other than SJ family and friends I don't really talk to like basically anyone lmao. There's an ENFJ I know who's so fucking sweet and I love her to death but we never talk because we don't go to the same school anymore. Had an INTJ best friend as a kid and I was her sidekick/guinea pig. Nowadays I just talk to the same few people, like I can count using the fingers on one hand the number of people I have regular face to face contact with and they're pretty much all SJs (and ISTJs at that). I think I need an Ne-dom to come crashing through my window and teach me how to pull the stick out of my ass and live sometimes. Tickle my inferior Ne.
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    ENFP: I know two male ENFPs that I get along with well but don't see often, and two female ENFPs; the first I've had great conversations with in the past but we've clashed over values, and the second I really adore and always love talking with but she's really flaky so it's not always easy to spend time with her. That, and she's pregnant now so she has other priorities.

    INFP: I don't think I know any, actually. There's a chance that one guy I know might be INFP, or INxP at least. I wasn't close with him but I did like him. Now that I'm thinking about it, I had a childhood friend that may have been INFP and we were inseparable until he transferred to a different school.

    ESFP: My best friend IRL. We always have a lot of fun together and really love weirding people out and "fucking shit up". She's been with me during good times and bad and I know we'll be lifelong friends. My only problem with her is that when I'm feeling bad I feel pressured to stay superficial around her and I find her annoying rather than fun like I usually do. I know another person who I'm not as sure of type wise but she's probably ESFP too and we were really close a few years ago and had a relationship like the one I have with with my current ESFP but we've grown apart. Lastly, I know an ESFP 3w2 who's different from the previous two 7 ESFPs and I'm only acquainted with, but we also have fun together.

    ISFP: I know one that I'm very close with and we often hang out, doing or talking about anything. She has the stereotypical hippie ISFP vibe to her, and we even used to get high together. She also has really good taste in music.

    ENTP: Mixed bag. In my encounters I've noticed two flavors to ENTPs - a more friendly and childlike type that I looooove (probably 7w6, and I have a couple of ENTP friends like this, one that I've known since childhood) and then a more aggressive or edgier type (7w8, and I have less experience with them and the experience I have had has been mixed).

    INTP: Don't really know any. Well, there is one dude who's either INTP or ISFJ, but either way a huge nerd. We mostly talk about video games and I avoid anything morally related because we kind of disagree there and he can easily get mad. But mostly he's innocent and sweet, probably a 9w1. He's the type of person that repeats certain conversations on different days without realizing, but I never call him out for it. Ooooh, wait, there's another one who I'm sure is definitely INTP and also a 9. Similarily a sweet nerd.

    ESTP: I've known plenty throughout my life, we just never connected. There are two that I liked most of all, though. One male ESTP that really intimidated me but was also pretty cool. And then a female one but I can't tell if she's ESTP or ESTJ. She's in my friend group with my ESFP bff and I love how I playfully piss her off and she playfully abuses me. Underneath her toughness, she's kind of sweet though. Both of them are 8w7.

    ISTP: One chill ISTP 9w8 guy who I've hung out with plenty of times before. Similar to how I am with ISFP, but less of a connection.

    ESTJ: My sister. She yells too much. lol

    ISTJ: I had a childhood friend that was an ISTJ. We had a rocky relationship. I really liked talking to him but we also got into a lot of fights over things. We don't talk anymore. I also had an ISTJ English teacher that was really funny and socially aware. I think both of them represented the good and bad of opposite types.

    ENTJ: I love ENTJs. They're no-nonsense but also nonsense at the same time. I only know one IRL and she's great. ENTJs are huggier than you think.

    INTJ: More hit or miss. Some of them really piss me off and need to lighten up and stop being so pretentious. Others I'm really attracted to. But none do I know IRL, the pity. *wahhh*

    ESFJ: Annoy the shit out of me. Go away. There's only one ESFJ I like but even he is too much for me sometimes.

    ISFJ: I don't care for them. *shrug* xSFJ grannies are the worst because having to be socially acceptable around them is draining. Some of them are really warm, though, in a good way. Younger xSFJs I often find bitchy.

    ENFJ: Don't know any.

    INFJ: There was one who I was close with online but then I ended up hating his guts and didn't message him in months. But I did again recently, now that I've cooled off but he hasn't replied yet. Another I know online that I still talk to and they're great, except sometimes they don't always feel sincere, maybe the Fi-Fe difference. There's another I know IRL and we have an even bumpier relationship. Ultimately, I like them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard
    This type often frequently loves everyone, even bad individuals, and that is a one way ticket to me losing respect.
    Wow, I think I might actually be guilty of that. I definitely don't love everyone but my Ne always wants to keep an open mind and my Fi wants to know someone deeply even if we might disagree, etc.
    I want my cake and I wanna eat it too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corn Dispenser View Post
    Wow, I think I might actually be guilty of that. I definitely don't love everyone but my Ne always wants to keep an open mind and my Fi wants to know someone deeply even if we might disagree, etc.
    It drives me crazy. As far as I am concerned it is possible to be TOO open minded. It shows a lack of discernment/filter that I regard as bad.
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    ///procrastination galore.

    I will add on to this, but for now, I think I will start with ENFPs.

    I think I know at least 2 ENFPs in real life, so I am going to talk about those two. I have a lukewarm relationship with them. They are sincerely good people. I trust their morals/internal compass. But on the shallowy surface, me and them are so different. They are definitely not couch psychologists. They get up and do stuff (like go for a hike, take a spontaneous trip for India to learn about the culture/people, spend a lot of time ...simply being "out"). So I like them because as they experience life, they learn so much and have a lot of valuable knowledge. However, I don't ever really feel close to enough to them; it's more that they are my "spiritual teachers," and I don't mind that at all... it's just that it's very disappointing because I'd expect to feel even closer to them because of their "spirituality". Instead, I feel like they just forget about me because I have nothing to offer them. It's interesting, because the first "confirmed" ENFP I have met called me her best friend at one point. I wish I had an ENFP parent, that would have been ideal for someone like me.

    OK! On to Te people (I think my sister is ESTJ and a girl I did an internship with was most likely ENTJ ...or just simply type 8. My old roommate seems to be a Te dom. All are female). I lumped those people into a Te category because they all vibed the same to me. They could be other types (ISTJs or INTJs). At first, I feel like I deer in the headlights around them. My Fe wants to find a way to connect with them and I am more child-like and whimsical compared to them ...so I need to interact with them in a completely different way ...that I have yet to master. I just have to hope that they can tolerate/don't mind who I naturally am. If they are not immoral jerks then I end up really liking them. Even if they are immoral jerks in some way ...I still appreciate them, in some way. I wish I wasn't too afraid to seek out more interactions with them.

    Also, I am quoting this from (the poster with numbers and letters M85lshdjefjfsdifihdf haha EDIT:: @MDP2525 !!! mostly because this description of ENTP is gold.

    ENTP - I love or grrr. They can be like a dog with a bone when it comes to their single-mindedness. Have you ever played fetch with a dog and grew tired of it and tried to stop playing so you throw the ball and go into another room? ENTPs always find you to bring it back to play again.
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    You are so arbitrary.
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