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    Likely INFJ names: Mia, Margaret, Maria, Michelle, Victoria, Paula, Christine (any variation of it), Kirsten, Alicia, Fiona, Emily, Elizabeth, Julie, Amy, Alice. Felicity, Jane, Charlotte.
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    ExFPs: Christi, Katie, Cherie, Tiffany, Tinsley, Bambi, Muffy...pretty much anything cute that ends in an E sound that could be mistaken for a porn name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    the interesting thing is that names are probably more about the parent's, or a combination of the parents', types...
    That is true, but for some reason some people seem to associate certain characteristics to some names from own experiences. Some French guys told me once they call very disturbing and annoying people (maybe also internet trolls) "Kevin" As if the name a child gets at birth influences what kind of person becomes out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    ExFPs: Christi, Katie, Cherie, Tiffany, Tinsley, Bambi, Muffy...pretty much anything cute that ends in an E sound that could be mistaken for a porn name.
    my first name fits this pattern

    Quote Originally Posted by Eckhart View Post
    That is true, but for some reason some people seem to associate certain characteristics to some names from own experiences. Some French guys told me once they call very disturbing and annoying people (maybe also internet trolls) "Kevin" As if the name a child gets at birth influences what kind of person becomes out of it.
    holy crap, that's really funny, because my mom has a pet theory that kids named kevin always turn out to be very mischievous. my parents considered calling my little brother that and then decided against it because all the kevins we'd ever known (and i had 3 in my school at the time) were troublemakers!

    i do totally agree with you though, certain names just seem certain types, and others don't. hard to imagine, for example, an ESFP named dexter or an INTJ named bunnie.

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