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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasting_Pain View Post
    Exactly in a world of INTPs only the essentials would be discussed. Small Talk would be outlawed.
    So would friends, parties, institutions, et al.
    Who wants to try a bottle of merc's "Extroversion Olive Oil?"

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    I see INTP and ESFJ as the two main opposite poles. And it's weird because I'm an INTJ.

    There's a logical explanation for this, I just don't care to find it.

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    I'm INTP, my sister is an ESFJ.

    We've been complete opposites all my life. As a child we were constantly fightning, as if we were enemies. In Teenage years we often just totally didn't understand one and other.

    Once matured, we still have our complete differences but have come to an unspoken understanding and have a live and let live truce.

    It might be more then typology. But based on my relation with my sister. Yes, INFP and ESFJ is like two complete opposites, then weirdly seem to constantly attract eachother in conflict.

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    I would say ENFJ would be the type.
    ENTJ comes a nice second, but they need to be healthy
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    Thats if you are either ENTJ, ISFJ, ESFP or INTP

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    Look at the ENFJ profile on similarminds:

    outgoing, social, attention seeking, emotional, loving, organized, comfortable around others, involved, open, hyperactive, complimentary, punctual, considerate, altruistic, easily hurt, religious, neat, content, positive, affectionate, image conscious, good at getting people to have fun, easily excited, perfectionist, assertive, ambitious, leader, hard working, seductive, touchy, group oriented, anti-tattoos

    Man, they look like a good bunch
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    Thats if you are either ENTJ, ISFJ, ESFP or INTP

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    I always thought ESFP was the coolest type and the one that all of the other types want to @&#$*%&!

    But I thought that about myself before I even knew about MBTI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    I see INTP and ESFJ as the two main opposite poles. And it's weird because I'm an INTJ.

    There's a logical explanation for this, I just don't care to find it.
    I can totally see this, but I think the ENTJ/ESFJ duo is probably the most openly and observably opposite.

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    INTP bias: heartless and mechanical (like Sherlock Holmes).

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    i'm always thinking that Ne are the observers when the rest of the world wages war on each other. it has its good and bad sides.
    i hunt INXPs for bounty
    FUNCTION ORDER FOR THOSE THAT CANNOT UNDERSTAND WHAT ENXP MEANS: Ne > Ni > Fi=Ti > *

    ...people tell me i have wildfires in my eyes

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