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    Phoenix Incarnate Sentura's Avatar
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    i haven't actually met another ENXP, but there's one person i have met who comes really close to that. i'd have to say, as far as that goes, yes. if we talk about either ENFPs or ENTPs, the answer is no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eiddy View Post
    Do you really like your own personality type?

    Yes.

    Immature ENTPs are funny. Mature ones are funny and insightful. Win-win.

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    The grass is always greener on the other side.

    And so naturally I hanker to be an extrovert.

    Extroverts are socially successful. They are not hampered by their feelings. And they are natural leaders and have fun.

    But in reality, I am like the introverted Mole. I live underground with my feelings. But on a bright Spring day, I burst forth and go looking for a friend.

    And who do I find but the extroverted Water Rat.

    And I think Ratty is marvellous. He lives in an open air villa by the river. He has lots of friends and his own boat. And to top it all off, he writes his own poetry.

    Ah, if only I could be like Ratty.

    I try to write my own poetry but it only seems to come out as mish-mash of telegraphic prose that no one likes or understands.

    But still, I am very glad Ratty is my friend. And just the other day Ratty introduced me to his friend, Mr Toad, a most estimable creature, and of course an extrovert, just like Ratty.

    So now I have two friends, both extroverts.

    I am sure they will have a good influence on me.

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    MBTI isn't empirically valid. With that said, I tend to dislike or not even notice most people. INTJs included.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    MBTI isn't empirically valid. With that said, I tend to dislike or not even notice most people. INTJs included.
    What about me?

    Do you dislike me?

    Or do you not even notice me?

    What could I do, what could I do, to get you to like me and notice me?

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    Hard to say, my sister tested as ENFJ but I doubt it as she tends to be selfish and a shut in. And in any case siblings are different, but still, if she is I think no, I would probably like her less if we weren't related at this point. However, if we assume she isnt as I do, and then work from theory, I think ENFJs would get a long really well because we both want the other person to be happy and to be coddled. Perfect match as friends. But theory rarely stands up to reality....
    -There is nothing either good nor ill but thinking makes it so.

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    I prefer F's.

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    I typically like ENTPs. Can't think of any I dislike; can't really think of many, period, though.


    I... suppose. Yeah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eiddy View Post
    Do you really like persons with your own personality type - or do you think geez like someone who is totally focused on themselves like I am - (referring to your own personality type)?
    Hmm, I wouldn't really know because I've never met another ISTJ before IRL (as far as I know) or had ISTJ friends. However, the ones that I've met on here seem perfectly nice so far
    After all,
    you're my wonderwall...

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    As long as they're not complete and total flakes, ENFPs are great.

    The more mature ones are considerate and truly strive to help others reach their fullest potential.

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