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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Sexy janitors!? O.o Do tell!



    I've known quite a few pairs of INFJ-INFPs. It seems quite harmonious, if not a tad quiet.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ByMySword View Post
    Meta and Dewey keep us all occupied.
    Us never ending to try and pull Dewey out of any narrow-minded thinking in his comfort zone, making him not know whether to respect us or rip our fucking heads off?

    and us having to hold Meta's world domination plans at bay, until he offers to give us each significantly large countries, and then assisting him in his plans (until the ENFPs lose interest)?

    yeah.. thats occupying enough.

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    ENFJ- charismatic, great communicators
    ENFP- magnetic, enthusiastic
    INFP- great listeners, caring
    INFJ- intuitive about everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    ENFJ- charismatic, great communicators
    ENFP- magnetic, enthusiastic
    INFP- great listeners, caring
    INFJ- intuitive about everything
    So why aren't INFPs intuitive about everything? I know I am. I think it's safe to say that any NF could be a good mediator, counselor, or listener, and that all NFs are/can be intuitive about everything.

    But yeah. There are some factors that separate them.

    ENFP- Definite people persons. They can get along with pretty much anyone. They are fun to be around and spontaneous.
    ENFJ- Not too much experience except for one person, but they seem to be genuinely concerned a lot about how people feel that they care about. They can also get a lot of stuff done (not procrastinators).
    INFP- Self sacrificing, spontaneous, complex, misunderstood. Concerned about keeping an inner calm.
    INFJ- Seems to have an over active intuition compared to the other NFs, seems to dwell on one thing for a long time until they have it figured out (leads to over analization and being paranoid about the subject.).
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    So why aren't INFPs intuitive about everything? I know I am. I think it's safe to say that any NF could be a good mediator, counselor, or listener, and that all NFs are/can be intuitive about everything.
    I wrote down the first associations that came to my head, didn't mean to be taken too seriously

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    Sorry, I tend to be an overly serious person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    ENFJ- charismatic, great communicators
    ENFP- magnetic, enthusiastic
    INFP- great listeners, caring
    INFJ- intuitive about everything
    I really like this. I seem to surround myself with a lot of NFs.

    I also like how you were putting the positive spin on it. It's so easy to see negative in other personality types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    So why aren't INFPs intuitive about everything? I know I am. I think it's safe to say that any NF could be a good mediator, counselor, or listener, and that all NFs are/can be intuitive about everything.

    But yeah. There are some factors that separate them.

    ENFP- Definite people persons. They can get along with pretty much anyone. They are fun to be around and spontaneous.
    ENFJ- Not too much experience except for one person, but they seem to be genuinely concerned a lot about how people feel that they care about. They can at qualitieslso get a lot of stuff done (not procrastinators).
    INFP- Self sacrificing, spontaneous, complex, misunderstood. Concerned about keeping an inner calm.
    INFJ- Seems to have an over active intuition compared to the other NFs, seems to dwell on one thing for a long time until they have it figured out (leads to over analization and being paranoid about the subject.).
    hey those aren't those aren't the best qualities of an INFJ.... more like the worst... haha. It's supposed to be positive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IDK123 View Post
    hey those aren't those aren't the best qualities of an INFJ.... more like the worst... haha. It's supposed to be positive!
    But you dwell in it for a while, then you have full understanding of it. That is a good quality.
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    haha sorry.... I misread it.... oops.

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