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    i haven't eat yet either...just realized and it's 1:30 pm that's no good...veggie burger sounds yum.
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    OOOOOOH veggie burgers can I come Erina?!
    ... couldn't drag me away

    eljko Ranatovic: argus
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    eljko Ranatovic: to carry your genealogical code??

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    of course babe! sounds like fun!
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    I do love my veggie burgers I'll bring abottle of wine!
    ... couldn't drag me away

    eljko Ranatovic: argus
    eljko Ranatovic: do you want heir's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xellotath View Post
    [Hi everyone, I'm new here.]
    When you know for a fact that a song can modify your performance and that you may be embodying the rhythm and mood of the song. (Provided you dont interact with others, which in turn, will force you change for them.) And that if all people would dissapear, that song will get stuck in your head forever. Ie. you dont have the willpower to shut it off on your own.
    Hmmm... I never associated it with willpower, but that's quite true for me. When I play a song, I do the song.

    Not to nitpick but your Ne is what gives you the ability to absorb information constantly from your surroundings. It's our tertiary Te that can school some thinking types and makes logical and analytical discussions easier because it is the function we use when relating to other people.

    This is why ENFPs who have honed their Te sometimes come off as ENTPs.
    Oh, okay, that does make more sense: organizing and systematizing and whatnot. Although I think we can come to some conclusions faster using Ne. A rational might think their way to a given conclusion, while we jump straight to the idea. But that wouldn't be of any use in an argument, where the whole point is to point out the rational support for each idea. So yeah, I get the Te thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    LOL me too! Sometimes I act as if people weren't even there and they are just part of my drug-fueled delusions. Nonsense mode gone overload...
    Quote Originally Posted by Viv View Post

    -When you crave learning anything and everything new.
    -When you changed majors like crazy.
    -When you secretly dream of staying in academia perpetually, for the rest of your life, minus the technical and nitty-gritty aspects.
    -when you love to psychoanalyze people.

    -When you love humanity; you love life.
    -When you love people for their little quirks.

    -When idiosyncrasies seem to shade your world with color, comedy, delight!
    -When you're naturally high.

    -When you're good at wearing different hats for the appropriate occasion (figuratively speaking).
    Hells to the yes (but I fixed one for you )

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Army View Post

    This is why ENFPs who have honed their Te sometimes come off as ENTPs.
    There aren't a whole lot of people I know who are too familiar with MBTI - but between the few I do know, I have twice been originally typed as an ENTP who just happens to be sensitive, twice an ENXP, and merely once an ENFP (by the one who knows me best).


    Silly. Don't they know I'm an F through-and-through - merely dressed up in 'T' clothing?

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    Oh, and...

    Quote Originally Posted by Xellotath View Post
    Thinking that maybe, you really could fall in love with anyone who appears confident. To the extent that being a "serial killer's assistant" sounds like a dream job.

    Umm...no?
    Not at all, never?

    More like - "You know you're an ENFP when you can't help sympathizing with the really messed-up serial killers - 'but he was abused as a child, kid never stood a chance...' - whilst simultaneously abhorring them and everything they stand for."

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    Quote Originally Posted by FantailedWall View Post
    Oh, and...




    Umm...no?
    Not at all, never?

    More like - "You know you're an ENFP when you can't help sympathizing with the really messed-up serial killers - 'but he was abused as a child, kid never stood a chance...' - whilst simultaneously abhorring them and everything they stand for."
    absolutely...despise them/their behavior and feeling really sad at the circumstances that made them that way...yep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    Interesting, motivation is bound up in some key parts of criminal law. There has to be both the actual crime, and the knowledge/intent to commit (mens rea).

    Motivation... it's difficult to unwind from criminal awareness of the act.
    Yes, that's how it is. What I meant was that : that is the reason why I don't think I could be a lawyer. Mens rea is so subjective. My strong P would enter a spiral of moral relativistic considerations and would be unable to get out.

    I think the thing about ENFPs and that whole "seeking to be true to oneself" is that we are kind of moral perfectionists. We prefer not to risk a faulty moral judgement for fear of not being completely morally coherent. That's me anyways....that's why leading or judging people can be abhorrent an idea. The fear of being too imposing without certainties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xellotath View Post
    We must be all from another planet where everything re-arranges itself to fit those sudden feelings. A planet where physics are banned and rationality is a bad word.
    Again - not exactly?
    Can't speak for the ENFP community at large - but I see where rationality and logic play their part and are useful tools for life.
    We are from a different planet though - one of idealists championing causes and shiny things!

    (Sorry, sounds like I'm getting down on ya. Welcome anyhow )

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