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    idk what i think about INFPs, I would have to meet every single one to answer that question. butttttt from the ones i have met... they are some of the coolest people to hang around with and are some of the few people that i can have deep convos with. of course i only know one lol.
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    ^
    lol ya, i mean they are nice people i love infps. It may be due to the fact that all infps i met so far are like extreme introverts or something.

    and I always thought intps were introvert of introverts. rather i find it lot easier to bring them out.

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    Loving and devoted partners.

    They have an ear for beautiful music.

    Some are unselfish for selfish reasons. (Some are selfish for unselfish reasons.)

    Stubborn creatures of habit; truly idiosyncratic.

    Quietly and thoroughly rebellious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blanclait View Post
    is it just me or through few personal encounters its pretty hard to become friends with INFP? usually i don't have the patience to wait long to become friends with somebody, thus leading to not being friends at all in the end.
    Yes. I think it can definitely be hard to get to know an INFP. I did have one just up and decide they liked me and wanted to hang around with me. But that's a unique experience for me with INFP.

    I like their depth, I find we can argue a lot about our idealist views on stuff. "I understand what you mean but you don't understand what I mean" "No, it's the other way around" back and forth :P

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    ^
    does that mean INFP dislikes coming bit strong at first?

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    dislike who coming strong?

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    dislike people who try to become friends with them, by you know not the conservative way, but skipping all the "wait time period."

    the ESFP way shall i phrase it?

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    INFPs rock.

    One of the most satisfying friendships in my life is with an INFP. Even the younger INFP's are very interesting people...

    I find those I have met to be very musical, artistic, cultured, well-read, talented in addition to being loyal friends and very loving. But yea, they lack the gumption to actually show their talents off to a wider audience than their immediate friends and family.

    As a result I think that these two at least are often dismissed as just 'ordinary people' when in fact it is not so.

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    Yes in my experience it takes a while to get to know an INFP. They don't just put themselves out there.

    I must admit I think ENFP is the same way... to get to know well at least.

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    You're hard to get to know. More than INTJs, that's certainly indicative of difficulty level.

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