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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    Strippers suck.

    I'd say gypsy for ENFP. Anything that's chaotic, poorly matched, and ill-fitted. Some hand-me-downs thrown in too.

    ouch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scantilyclad View Post
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    The proof is in the puddin', and the puddin' proves it.
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    Disclaimer: The above is my opinion and mine alone, it does not mean I cannot change my mind, nor does it guarantee that my comments are related to any deep-seated convictions. Take everything I say with a whole snowplow worth of salt and call me in the morning, if you can.

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    ISTJ: C-3PO
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    Strippers suck.

    I'd say gypsy for ENFP. Anything that's chaotic, poorly matched, and ill-fitted. Some hand-me-downs thrown in too.
    Duuuude, do you need a fashion intervention? I can help.

    Oh wait....no I can't.

    Hahahaha. Are we really that bad??/ Are we???

    Also, are you a dude? I wonder how ENFP guys dress. Girls have soooo much more fashion rope with which to hang our color clashed selves.

    I have to disagree though, I honestly think I can look good and other people agree with me. Buuuut -- yeah even in Socionics (and yes, I know socionics is different from MBTI, but ENFP typing is more consistent for both typologies) does say that there's always something a little off and/or whimsical about an ENFP's outfit. And 'romantic' - I think being a little mismatched is seen as romantic....I thought it was INFP that was romantic in dress.

    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Dude... You totally have to be E to be a stripper. P seems good, though.
    Hell, Id' say about any EP could pass as a stripper pretty easily. ENFP, ESFP, ESTP, ENTP. They are the naturals at it, I'd say.


    Why thank you!



    Hahahahaha.

    No, I could see an I as a stripper as easily as an E. There are a lot of 'I' performers, a lot of introverts who crave being on stage, in the spotlight, and/or who turn into totally different animals when they're performing.

    Now *exhibitionists* yeah, I could see E.

    Now my contribution
    INFP - Renaissance Fair!

    INTJ - Shirlock Holmes!

    ESTP - Bronzed, long curly hair (extensions?), tight designer dress and bag wearing glamazon i.e. trophy wife aka gold digger (I know I feel horrible for
    slamming ESTP women like this because they get such a bad rap *from guys* I'm just going with the stereotypical flow here)

    INTP - Oh gawd, it's not pretty.

    ENFJ - They get the gold star for most consistently well dressed. Well groomed, well coordinated, proportions are right, and contemporary -- fashionable but not not necessarily fashion forward. I think a lot of tv show hosts for 35 year old and under tv shows are dressed like ENFJs.

    ISFP - Dude, I am an artiste. Back off.

    ISTP - Whatever I have to wear to get the job done.

    ENFP - *Ibiza* hippie --> that means colorful and bohemian but STILL HIP AND FASHIONABLE thank you very much.

    ENTJ - Business Executive -- Tailored business suit, crocodile pumps or wingtips, and premium leather briefcase

    ISTJ - Librarian! Accountant!

    ESTJ - Wearing the military uniform of your choice
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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    No, I could see an I as a stripper as easily as an E. There are a lot of 'I' performers, a lot of introverts who crave being on stage, in the spotlight, and/or who turn into totally different animals when they're performing.

    Now *exhibitionists* yeah, I could see E.



    INFP - Renaissance Fair!

    INTJ - Shirlock Holmes!

    ESTP - Bronzed, long curly hair (extensions?), tight designer dress and bag wearing glamazon i.e. trophy wife aka gold digger (I know I feel horrible for
    slamming ESTP women like this because they get such a bad rap *from guys* I'm just going with the stereotypical flow here)

    INTP - Oh gawd, it's not pretty.

    ENFJ - They get the gold star for most consistently well dressed. Well groomed, well coordinated, proportions are right, and contemporary -- fashionable but not not necessarily fashion forward. I think a lot of tv show hosts for 35 year old and under tv shows are dressed like ENFJs.

    ISFP - Dude, I am an artiste. Back off.

    ISTP - Whatever I have to wear to get the job done.

    ENFP - *Ibiza* hippie --> that means colorful and bohemian but STILL HIP AND FASHIONABLE thank you very much.

    ENTJ - Business Executive -- Tailored business suit, crocodile pumps or wingtips, and premium leather briefcase

    ISTJ - Librarian! Accountant!

    ESTJ - Wearing the military uniform of your choice
    A. You are absolutely right about the I performing thing- I am an introvert but I love being on stage- you get to be around people and get them to like you without having to interact with them- I have reverse stage fright as it were.

    b. hey- you left out the INFJ- I demand you attempt to include us!
    But only if you really want to,lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous View Post
    INFP: An Okapi
    Unbelievable.



    I've never wanted to eat something so much in my life.

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    what about ENTP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchitectofFate View Post
    what about ENTP?
    eccentric professor
    "You will always be fond of me. I represent to you all the sins you never had the courage to commit."

    Reason is, and ought only to be the slave of the passions, and can never pretend to any other office
    than to serve and obey them. - David Hume

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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    ISTJ - Librarian! Accountant!
    We don't all want to be bean counters, dammit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    I'd have really dorky glasses, and of course, I'd carry many different kinds of bags (probably including a back-pack) covered in images of, and contianing products of, various lame-ass fanboy franchises (think Star Wars and Final Fantasy).
    I like Final Fantasy and the original Star Wars trilogy. = /

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