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  1. #11
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    I haven't met any ISFJs I don't think, but I know 3 ESFJs and all of them I repel. They are SO annoying. Which sounds horrible because I'm almost the same as them, but damn, they never shut up and everything they say is dull. I don't really want to know the minutiae of the lives of everyone you know, people. I'd be just as annoying except for the wonderful filter of "I"ness.
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    Supposedly, INFJs are a great match for each other. But i'm not sure.

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    I won't be attracted to an opposite sex INFJ, but another INFJ girl I will be glad to meet and talk with. I like to observe female INFJ public figures to see what good they have done with their temperament. I also love finding fictional ones in books or movies and study them.

    I believe I had a male INFJ colleague, once, and other girls told me he had an eye on me and I ought to talk to him. But he was a bit of a snobbish intello type and I didn't like it. He was also nervous around me. I can't think of any other male INFJ I would have met (they're rare, I guess).

    If I was to find a husband, a bearded ENTP would be my first choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by penny89 View Post
    I'd be just as annoying except for the wonderful filter of "I" ness.
    I have often had the same reflection listening to Extraverts chatting away. I often think: "Shouldn't you be keeping this to yourself? Do you really think people want or care to know about all this?" I feel like they are more likely to get in trouble or feel ashamed afterwards for being so open.

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    Some ENFPs are highly annoying.
    but i have a few ENFP friends, so i would say neither o_O

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLessard View Post
    I have often had the same reflection listening to Extraverts chatting away. I often think: "Shouldn't you be keeping this to yourself? Do you really think people want or care to know about all this?" I feel like they are more likely to get in trouble or feel ashamed afterwards for being so open.
    Whereas I have often asked my introverted loved ones to "turn up the volume" and let me know what they're thinking.

    And I can only speak for myself, but I rarely feel ashamed of being too open.
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    approx 55% ES, 90% TJ

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    Some of my favourite posters are INFPs and some of my least favourite are INFPs. In between are a vast mass of INFPs I don't really notice one way or the other. So "neither". As a general rule though they fascinate me a lot more irl than online.

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    I've never met an INTx (in real life) that I didn't like. But then again, I can count the ones I've met (and was pretty sure about) on one hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnestic View Post
    Whereas I have often asked my introverted loved ones to "turn up the volume" and let me know what they're thinking.

    And I can only speak for myself, but I rarely feel ashamed of being too open.
    lol yeah. i know ENFs tend to withhold more than most Es, but i usually experience more regret about what i didn't say than what i did.

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    I'm an ENTP... Yes, I adore my fellow ENTPs. We are a lot of fun ^_^ Other types are also very necessary, but one of my very closest friends is an ENTP and one of my more distant ones is too. We are fairly rare though. I also get along very well with ENFPs. INTPs are harder to find because they don't talk.

    About feeling ashamed being an E? Yeah, I don't usually find it a problem, but sometimes someone calls me obnoxious. That causes some problems. But mostly people seem to find my extroversion good!
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