EnFJ- I met her during senior year of high school. I was the new kid. She told me that when she first saw me, she knew we’d become "best friends". We agreed that we are probably going to be lifelong friends. We can have fun doing/not doing anything together. We also tend to cry and laugh at the same things, lol. I found out about MBTI through her last year, but definitely know more about MBTI than she does now .
INTJ- We met during freshman year in college. She’s two years younger than me (she started college at age 16), and is incredibly intelligent and mature. We’ve been friends for three years now. We usually get together once or twice a month over coffee to have 4-hour long conversations . There is so much understanding between us... lots of warm fuzzy feelings too. Sometimes, we disappear from the other person's life, but we can easily pick up where we left off. She likes to give me lists of things to read (she wants to be a professor), LOL.
ESFj- My best guy friend of five years so far. He told me that he might be the only guy that will never want anything “more” from me than our friendship, and I believe him. He’s definitely straight, though ! We get disgusted when people ask us why we aren’t dating… I think we see the other person more like a sibling to take care of. He has dating issues often, and likes to come to me for advice. He’s very generous, carefree, and fun to be around.
ENTJ- I’ve known him for more than a year now. We started out dating. There was so much attraction that I couldn’t think or breathe! We had trouble communicating because I thought he was intimidating --> he would try harder to get me to open up --> I would get more reclusive. Now, we’re just really good friends. We mostly go hiking and running together. There is not much that has to be explained between us anymore (MBTI helped). It is easy to enjoy the other person’s company without having expectations.
I noticed that most of my closest friends are very articulate. The EnFJ is a journalism major, the INTJ is a literature major, the ESFj is a communications major, and the ENTJ is just… very expressive. I, often times, have difficulty verbalizing my thoughts/feelings, so I am lucky that my friends know me well enough to be able to finish my thoughts for me!
Note: I've had each person take the humanmetrics version of the MBTI test and had them read profile descriptions to confirm their type.