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    What about these:

    ENFJ -- Organized Sentimentalist

    INFJ -- Analytical Sentimentalist

    ENFP -- Creative Sentimentalist

    INFP -- Pure Sentimentalist

    ENTJ -- Directive Analyst

    ENTP -- Creative Analyst

    INTP -- Observant Analyst

    INTJ -- Pure Analyst

    ISTJ -- Pure Guardian

    ISFJ -- Helpful Guardian

    ESTJ -- Analytical Guardian

    ESFJ -- Sentimental Guardian

    ESFP -- Pure Seeker

    ESTP -- Practical Seeker

    ISTP -- Analytical Seeker

    ISFP -- Sentimental Seeker


    That was just what occurred to me as I was reading the type descriptions and functional orders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    Heh, that term has some pretty heavy baggage around these parts.
    What are you talking about I love.......ummm.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddo View Post
    ENFP - The Consoler
    That doesn't fit the ENFPs I know. Sure, they can be consoling, but that is not in any way a defining or even especially significant part of who they are and how they operate. Do you know any ENFPs irl?

    I would suggest ENFP - the refresher. It comes closer to the mark while still missing it. Maybe ENFP - the Freshmaker?





    And INFP - the mouse? Wtf? What's that saying? :steam:

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    Hmm..I can't describe my ENFP friends in one word. :-) Two or three, maybe...

    Restless Romantic?
    Energized Optimist?
    Eager Life-explorer?
    Passionate Idealist?

    hehe...oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    That doesn't fit the ENFPs I know. Sure, they can be consoling, but that is not in any way a defining or even especially significant part of who they are and how they operate. Do you know any ENFPs irl?

    I would suggest ENFP - the refresher. It comes closer to the mark while still missing it. Maybe ENFP - the Freshmaker?


    And INFP - the mouse? Wtf? What's that saying? :steam:
    Mentos? I miss those Mentos commercials.

    I guess a dog is better than a mouse But mice carry pestilent diseases, able to destroy empires. The meek shall inherit the earth. Dogs just run around with their tongues lagging out. I guess the life of a life of sybaritic indolence i.e., humping a leg isn't a bad. Bringer of disease and pestilence or leg humper/butt-sniffer extraordinaire?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    Maybe ENFP - the Freshmaker?


    athenian200, thanks for chiming in. I'm looking for more evocative terms though - ideally (though admittedly improbably), titles that remind people of people they know who actually are that type.

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    ENFJ: Life Coach

    ISFJ: The Nurturer (I know this is a common title for ISFJ, but I'm having a hard time finding a more suitable word. The ISFJ female I know just exudes this quality - maybe Caregiver?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    That doesn't fit the ENFPs I know. Sure, they can be consoling, but that is not in any way a defining or even especially significant part of who they are and how they operate. Do you know any ENFPs irl?

    I would suggest ENFP - the refresher. It comes closer to the mark while still missing it. Maybe ENFP - the Freshmaker?
    The Expresser?
    The Reviver?
    The Liaison?

    And INFP - the mouse? Wtf? What's that saying? :steam:
    Yeah, my first choice was cat, but I was hoping that some INFP would see "mouse" and bring out the claws on me.

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    ESFJ: Busybody

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zergling View Post
    ESFJ: Busybody
    Or, ESFJ - The Mother

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