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    Very good social skills
    Down-to-earth
    Sees me as unique



    Though of course, I wouldn't want to be that particular type -- I value my intensity and imagination above all else.

    *I eliminated the J-P function because my J function is very close to P.

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    Though of course, I wouldn't want to be that particular type -- I value my intensity and imagination above all else.
    Why the need to add this? Does it hurt people so much to find things to say that aren't negative? It's just type. It's easy. I can say a lot of positive things about all of the types because I understand type. It's all a matter of strengths and weaknesses, and for the purposes of this thread, just focus on the strengths. We can have ONE thread for that, right? "Sensors" can get ONE thread where their strengths are actually mentioned, right?

    Your type isn't better than any other. Of course you value your "intensity and imagination" above all else. If you didn't, you wouldn't be an NT.

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    ESTP.

    Right now I am tired and can only think of one person who is an ESTP for sure.

    This is what I like about him:

    He makes and saves money really well
    Great taste in clothing
    He uses great concrete anaologies to describe abstract ideas
    He loves music
    He is fun
    He knows a lot but does not get serious about what he knows
    Loyal
    Hardworking
    He would be someone I would call on for any kind of interior decorating since he knows how to do that type of stuff and I have basically no clue
    People who get nostalgic about childhood were obviously never children.
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    ENFP

    Accepting people irrespective to their social status and prestige
    Enthusiastic with whatever they do
    Engaging and lively conversationalists
    Passionate to a fault
    Genuinely care about people’s feelings
    Able to see the good qualities in others
    Excellent social skills
    Able to talk people into doing stuff for them without using violence
    Usually optimistic and bright and able to overlook their many shortcomings
    Female ENFP are damn hot
    "Man is not made for defeat. A man can be destroyed but not defeated."
    - Ernest Hemingway

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    INFP

    Would rather die than giving up their ideals
    Excellent writers
    Deeply emotional but hide their emotions from others
    Genuinely care about people and their lives
    Usually supporters of many humanitarian causes
    Enjoy very complicated inner life
    Usually intellectual and able to discuss spiritual and philosophical topics with others
    Able to derive meanings from meaningless things
    Willing to commit suicide for the Greater Good i.e. saving valuable resources on Earth for my children and your children. Thank you.
    Female INFP are damn hot
    "Man is not made for defeat. A man can be destroyed but not defeated."
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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyInWaiting View Post
    Why the need to add this? Does it hurt people so much to find things to say that aren't negative? It's just type. It's easy. I can say a lot of positive things about all of the types because I understand type. It's all a matter of strengths and weaknesses, and for the purposes of this thread, just focus on the strengths. We can have ONE thread for that, right? "Sensors" can get ONE thread where their strengths are actually mentioned, right?

    Your type isn't better than any other. Of course you value your "intensity and imagination" above all else. If you didn't, you wouldn't be an NT.
    Amen. That's why I started this thread. I guess one is too much to ask for.

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    Brother: ISTP
    Sister: ENTP

    Living with my near opposite can be fustrating, up to the point when you want to kill yourself.

    I learned how to deal with my sibilings. Then incorperate that into everyday life.
    It as made me a lot more patient with jerks.

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    INTPs are thoughtful, intellectual, and they march to the beats of their own drummers. All qualities I respect very much.
    Who wants to try a bottle of merc's "Extroversion Olive Oil?"

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    xSxJ - very ... organized.

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    ESFJ - Knowledgeable about a wide variety of subjects pertaining to public interest, always have an opinion on the way things are going, very good cooks, and especially wise in old age.

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