ENFPs are stereotyped as:
-talk too much (okay this one's true ;P)
I'm an ENFP libertarian so I would have to say the fascist stereotype is misses the target. NFs are about freedom, independence and individuality (completely the opposite of fascism). Also, FP types don't tend to be as emotional as FJ types. Fi is more about chilling out and enjoying each other's company. Most FPs are extremely playful and just want to have fun. The ideal day for many NFPs would be going on an adventure with your friends and exploring a new place. It's true though that we can make overly subjective decisions though. I'm usually pretty rational (strong Te) but I tend not to remember the facts I research as much as the general ideas, my arguments though are at least logical. Finally (almost done I promise ;D), ENFPs can adjust to new circumstances very easily, but only a few of us are 2 faced (I'm direct as hell, it's even almost gotten me in a few fights). Personally, I'm not group oriented at all by nature (although it's still fun sometimes) and I need time to myself frequently. Being an ENFP is all about extending yourself out to new and exciting things and then coming back to re-center yourself and sort out all the accumulated information.
ENFPs really really want to meet their appointments, but somehow just never can (and in my random sample of n=3 ENFP friends, this is 100% true. Whenever I've planned to do something with an ENFP I always make sure I have a plan B for if when something else came up at the very last second and they can't make it)
INFJs have a "genuine desire" to help people. (I'm sorry but that's a load of bull! That's just the tagline in the brochure. I have a genuine compulsion to help people, definitely, but I resent it vehemently most of the time!!)
If Split_Infinitive absorbs all the cr*p, where does it go?
b) Into Split_Infinitive
Correct answer: b. Percentage of people who answer a: 95.
NT's are seen as cold hearted and cynical. To which I say . Remember when you pretended to be hurt as a kid to get attention? They're the ones who never grow out of it. Seriously though, I don't know many NT's (2), but one of them is very caring and considerate (to people he thinks are intelligent anyway), the other is all cute trying to pretend he doesn't have emotions, which leads to him not realising when his feelings are showing. During these moments everyone knows exactly how he's going to act, even though he doesn't.
... I've seen loud and violent ISFP's, and non-judgemental, uncontrolling ENTJ's.
Hm. I'm an ENTJ, but I cry at everything; of course, I don't use my emotions to make any decisions. My emotions are always at the surface and I express them constantly even though I'm Mr. Common-Sense - I would never say I was cold-hearted. ENTJs aren't always emotionless, though I won't disagree with being very calculating, cynical, and controlling. Unfortunately I think my closest friends are NFs!
The INFP stereotype is that we are these hippy-saints who cry at the drop of a hat and cannot do a math problem to save our lives.
Or the opposite: we are these dark, brooding poets filled with righteous anger and speak only in terms of how things make us "feel".
There's a little of truth in both stereotypes, but they are such caricatures!
"Charlotte sometimes dreams a wall around herself. But it's always with love - So much love it looks like everything else. Charlotte Sometimes - So far away, glass sealed and pretty." - The Cure
INTP: heartless machine. (I'm only partially schizoid. I just need one more statement to be met.)
ISTJ: Loyalist. (The one I know is fine until his plan goes wrong, then he goes psycho, and he is a rebellious one.)