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    Quote Originally Posted by Coco View Post
    Not at all. I'm way too awesome and better than everyone for the ENTP stereotype.
    That's just about the most ENTP thing I've ever heard. INCEPTION!
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    Pretty well. Probably more feelery than the average INTP, at least that's how I appear to others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by animenagai View Post
    That's just about the most ENTP thing I've ever heard. INCEPTION!
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    i'm far from being white, soft and fuzzy, which appears to be the most widespread superficial stereotype of INFPs. i probably seemed more that way until my late teens or early twenties, but it was more of a psychological self-preservation strategy, not the way i really was. besides, i was obsessed with spirituality and tended to deceive myself about being more "loving" (my usage of that word back then makes me cringe, because i don't think i had any idea what it meant). a very insightful friend of mine said that my interior was very different from how i presented to others, and that those who mistook my surface for the true "me" were in for some unpleasant surprises. it is only recently that i understood how right she had been.

    when it comes to the more detailed, in-depth descriptions, i do match them quite closely.
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    I've been complaining for a while that the stereotypes of my type (INFP) don't fit me at all... At least I don't think they do... Heck half the time I apparently appear INTJ to people... *Shrug*
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    not very well apparently

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    ENFP: much more as a child, now that I'm older and a little more mature, I look a little more like a TJ than an ENFP.

    yes:
    - constantly coming up with ideas and wanting to tell everybody
    - silly switch (less with age, but still there)
    - feminine (somewhat)
    - horrible with schedules
    - random
    - Te bitchslap mode when standing up for someone

    no:
    - hippie-ish
    - emotional
    - sensitive (hahaha)

    7w8: not very much.

    yes:
    - undisciplined
    - fun
    - outrageous
    - disregard for rules
    - attracts a lot of attention
    - addicted to music

    no:
    - high energy
    - party animal
    - goofy (I used to be)
    - shallow
    - enjoys intense stimulation (I enjoy subtle stimulation)
    - impulsive

    Sp/Sx: everything.
    How can you type yourself ENFP given the above information? (Whoops, don't get him started again!) And isn't this thread about stereotypes and not general type descriptions?

    As far as stereotypes about my INTP type:

    Not me. But that is certainly what I would call a stereotype.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    How can you type yourself ENFP given the above information? (Whoops, don't get him started again!) And isn't this thread about stereotypes and not general type descriptions?

    As far as stereotypes about my INTP type:

    Not me. But that is certainly what I would call a stereotype.
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    First of all, there is a troll face provided by the smilies here. Or you wanted a bigger one?

    Second, above you just described yourself as Te this and Te that. What gives with the ENFP then?

    The forum deserves an answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    First of all, there is a troll face provided by the smilies here. Or you wanted a bigger one?
    Second, above you just described yourself as Te this and Te that. What gives with the ENFP then?
    The forum deserves an answer.
    - "whoops don't get him started again" seems to be a provocation of some kind and gives the impression that you weren't looking for a real answer. thus the troll face
    - the forum doesn't "deserve" anything from me. I really don't like that word (it's a libertarian thing)
    - to answer your question though, Ne comes the most naturally to me, followed by Fi which also comes extremely naturally to me. Te is pretty strong, but if takes more energy to use and is was developed consciously more than naturally. thus ENFP makes the most sense
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