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    Personally as an ENFP I'm kinda insulted by that. ENFP's are the exact opposite of superficial. We're just naturally really goofy and know how to make people laugh (in fact, I sometimes wish I was an INTJ so I could be more serious) NF types in general are all about being real and being your true self. The types that are probably the most superficial are probably SJs, ENFPs and ENTPs are the exact opposite, we're very independent thinking and just like to do out own thing.

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    I'm superficial, and I'm proud of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    NF types in general are all about being real and being your true self.
    Yep.
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    "Only the shallow know themselves."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    ENFPs and ENTPs are the exact opposite, we're very independent thinking and just like to do out own thing.
    I am sad it is that way
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    The whole ENTP/ENFP being superficial is a misconception as we always look beyond the surface of things. I know in social situations I portray that whole "goofy" persona etc. but it's only because that is what tends to work within an S dominated world. I could incessantly discuss my interest in evolutionary biology, or astronomy but I'm aware that this generally doesn't interest the other party involved, and so I adjust my behaviour accordingly. Because of my intuitive nature I find that I'm able to get a good grasp upon what type of social "mode" is expected within the current environment.

    On the surface this probably appears superficial, and not being true to myself but in fact it is the exact opposite. I'm simply reading social situations and responding much in the way I would construct a new idea through cause and effect. This is the default setting of the ENTP personality, that's why it's commonly claimed that society is seen as an audience for an ENTP (not entirely true if I deeply connect with someone they do genuinely mean something to me). Thus, the whole superficial notion is irrational as whilst I am invariably fulfilling my own egotistical agenda (an act inherent in all healthy human beings) I am responding to the needs of others and incorporating this into personal interactions.

    The accusation of superficiality is generally made by those who are expecting more from us than we are naturally able to give. At our core is this intuitive being, which can sometimes be mistaken for something that it is not when adapting to a social situation. This is something I can switch off, it's just part and parcel of what I am. I'm aware that to have healthy relationships I need to let go but my mind always continues to spin.

    So superficial? No.

    Geeze wasn't that post just a barrel full of laughs! lol
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    No that was real good stuff ! Couldnt have put it better myself.
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    OOooo, here are some ideas.

    1) People like ENFps more than they like ENTps. Such sympathetic, sweet, sensitive people, how could thay possibly be worse than those evil, insubordinatet shit-disturbers?
    2) ENFPs also cry more. Nothing says love me more that tears - especially because they were probably caused by an evil ENTp.
    3) ENTps are not honest with people that they know well, especially not about their intimate thoughts or feelings. They don't want people to know what's really going on in their lives or in their minds, so they just let most people see a shallow social mask.
    4) People really don't trust ENTps

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    *correction
    They are not honest with people that they do not know well

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    well welcome you.
    i like entp's
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