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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
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    I like how their are no exceptions. It's in perfect order.

    EDIT: Oh, ISTPs ruined it. "...whatever"
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    That's my name biotch! JoSunshine's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caligula View Post

    INFP: 796 - 17.7%
    INTP: 909 - 20.2%
    INFJ: 640 - 14.2%
    INTJ: 596 - 13.3%
    ENFP: 461 - 10.2%
    ENTP: 328 - 7.3%
    ENFJ: 118 - 2.6%
    ENTJ: 126 - 2.8%
    ISFP: 96 - 2.1%
    ISTP: 128 - 2.8%
    ISFJ: 76 - 1.7%
    ISTJ: 114 - 2.5%
    ESFP: 31 - 0.7%
    ESTP: 33 - 0.7%
    ESFJ: 20 - 0.4%
    ESTJ: 31 - 0.7%
    This is particularly striking when you consider the prevelance of S's in the general population compared to the prevelance of N's...what an overrepresentation of Ns in this forum! I think all of the ESFJ's are in forums where they learn pratical things like how to make a pot holder.

    On another note...I can't believe ENFJ's are only 2.6%! Damn, we are a chatty bunch or maybe it's just me
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    Judging (J) 51.43%............Perceiving (P) 48.57%

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoSunshine View Post
    This is particularly striking when you consider the prevelance of S's in the general population compared to the prevelance of N's...what an overrepresentation of Ns in this forum! I think all of the ESFJ's are in forums where they learn pratical things like how to make a pot holder.
    Typically, I think standard INxx needs are met better on Internet forums than elsewhere in life. I've had a lot of S's tell me that "Internet friendships aren't real." Yeah, right. Maybe not in some ways, but actually for INxx people, the relationships are very real in their own ways. I actually find it easier to connect with people online than in real life, and the people I connect with, I sometimes translate into RL friendships...

    On another note...I can't believe ENFJ's are only 2.6%! Damn, we are a chatty bunch or maybe it's just me
    The ENFJ's who I've seen here and elsewhere tend to float in and out. Sometimes they'll come back after awhile, sometimes not. Again (1) real life, (2) people to help and (3) things to do...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Typically, I think standard INxx needs are met better on Internet forums than elsewhere in life. I've had a lot of S's tell me that "Internet friendships aren't real." Yeah, right.
    I've had some awesome ones about that. My mom (who took me to real life gatherings in the 80's, no seriously, she did.) told me that people online aren't "real" - I was like... "Mom, who is your best friend?" "Jim" "Where did you meet him and when?" "In the 80's, online" "Mom, yer a dummeh"

    My other (step) mom told me that people online aren't real friends because they can't do stuff for you like... take flowers the hospital if you get sick. A group of us have sent out flowers (you know they have delivery now?) to people we work with (online) who were having health problems.

    Someone asked me today if I ever knew anyone who got married that met online. "Yeah, my husband and I"

    I have many wonderful real life friends that I met online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Typically, I think standard INxx needs are met better on Internet forums than elsewhere in life. I've had a lot of S's tell me that "Internet friendships aren't real." Yeah, right. Maybe not in some ways, but actually for INxx people, the relationships are very real in their own ways. I actually find it easier to connect with people online than in real life, and the people I connect with, I sometimes translate into RL friendships...
    Some of my best friendships started online. I think I have better heart to heart connections and conversations with them because thats really all we had when we first met online. It was really awesome to meet a few girls I became friends with when I owned a website. Best friends ever really.
    So the internet can be a great way to find friends, if you used wisely of course.

    So yes, I agree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoSunshine View Post
    On another note...I can't believe ENFJ's are only 2.6%! Damn, we are a chatty bunch or maybe it's just me
    If we do a count by total number of posts, then we might see the real picture
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    The ENFJ's who I've seen here and elsewhere tend to float in and out. Sometimes they'll come back after awhile, sometimes not. Again (1) real life, (2) people to help and (3) things to do...
    I am actually out of town and have been for months. I will most likely be more of a floater myself once I plug back into my regular life...so I can definitely see that. I also really like talking to all of you guys so I think I will be a permanent, reoccuring floater I would have never thought I would so enjoy talking to people online and I probably would have never tried it except for circumstance. I'm glad I did, there is something really refreshing about talking to people honestly with no agendas...not to mention most of my friends are S's so their eyes roll back in their heads when I talk to them about the things I talk to you guys about

    Sort of off-topic...sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoSunshine View Post
    On another note...I can't believe ENFJ's are only 2.6%! Damn, we are a chatty bunch or maybe it's just me
    I actually didn't think there were that many of us, even with the floaters.
    Typically, i see a cycle of 10-15 and that's all. Made me happy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
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    So we may conclude anyone introverted enough to live only in an online forum must be at the same time be as special as an intp or infj ?
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