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    I don't really know the types of my friends, I can't speak from experience.
    I know the types of the characters in my stories though...
    Easiest to write: ESTJ - those consistent, down-to-earth types who have difficulties adapting, giving the writer the time to explain things to the reader
    I've managed to write a quite nice ISFJ too, which is my opposite - but if he existed in real life, I would totally like to have him as a coworker or even a friend!
    Best match to ENTP is... INTJ? Do I have an INTJ in my story somewhere...? Oh yes. With a bit of a feely side, too.
    Worst match would be... ESFJ? I've got no important ESFJs running around... Maybe it's a sign. (I did NOT want the clich mother bear in my story!)

    Edit: I've got the "worst match" wrong... Should be ESFP. Yes, I've got an ESFP in the story. Not really important, not really an enemy but still an antagonist, as he's the rival of my ISFJ in love. (The ISFJ wins because of his loyalty!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenParker View Post
    I've read that keeping the two inner functions the same and having the opposite functions on the ends determines your "best match." (For example, ESFP/ISFJ) So then I was wondering, does that mean that keeping the two functions on the end and switching the ones in the middle would be your worst match? (For example, ESFP/ENTJ) That might make sense because I've never met an ENTJ I didn't think was a total @&*$% but it also seems like it wouldn't be that black and white. I know in socionics they have "conflict relationships" and that would be your complete opposite (For example, ESFP/INTJ)...

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    ESFJ, ENFP, ISFP and ESTP 25 per cent.

    INTP, ISTJ, ENTJ, and INFJ 75 per cent

    ESFP 0 per cent

    INTJ 100 per cent

    ISFJ, ENTP, ENFJ, ISTP, ESTJ and INFP 50 per cent.

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    What do you count? The functions?
    Which type did you use as reference?
    Cause INTP vs INTP can only be 0% or 100% whichever thing you're counting.

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    ENTPs and I don't have any chemistry usually...it's the annoying sibling-syndrom. You wanna taunt em and screw with them, just not for the right reasons

    Somehow, frustrating them isn't cute or amusing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    What do you count? The functions?
    Which type did you use as reference?
    Cause INTP vs INTP can only be 0% or 100% whichever thing you're counting.
    The OP

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    If I understand well, you didn't use the functions, just the dichotomies. One different letter = 75% match, etc.
    Am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    ENTPs and I don't have any chemistry usually...it's the annoying sibling-syndrome. You wanna taunt em and screw with them, just not for the right reasons

    Somehow, frustrating them isn't cute or amusing.
    What about ESTPs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EnFpFer View Post
    What about ESTPs?
    I much prefer their introverted cousin but, I tend to like 'em just fine, especially the enneagram 8 ones

    We do have chemistry and there isn't any annoying sibling stuff going on
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    I much prefer their introverted cousin but, I tend to like 'em just fine, especially the enneagram 8 ones

    We do have chemistry and there isn't any annoying sibling stuff going on
    Ahh, so would you say that you prefer introverted men in general?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EnFpFer View Post
    Ahh, so would you say that you prefer introverted men in general?
    In general yeah, with the exception of ENTJs..I like them being loud and blunt

    But overall, I enjoy a man who's actually just on the edge..makes me work for his attention a bit at first, is somewhat a bit aloof even, but can be quite 'present' when need be...It's such a rush when those guys then start to initiate contact themselves with you, since it's not their priority to seek out others usually. They also tend to value your company a lot more once you 'pass the test'
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