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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Army View Post
    The MBTI only explains what functions you use and how those affect your personality. Everyone uses these functions for different things. People who are incredibly Ne dominant will lean towards logic (intuitive logic, but logic nevertheless). It is entirely possible to be a serious and realistic ENFP. Hell, I'm pretty glad to know there are more of you out there.
    I'm honestly not even sure if it's the Ne dominant that is driving me, as I am not too realistic, but am serious none the less. I don't know which function that would be, but what it all comes down to is that I feel like the root force in my personality is my NF.
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    Also, I think on here we are 'letting off steam' which means that the chances of us flicking the 'silly switch' are greatly increased and so this can have an impact on the way we come across, however, I do agree that there is a marked difference between male and female ENFPs (more so than with other types maybe? anyone else noticed it?)
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    also...i think we are extremely adaptable and adjust our energy levels to the atmosphere and our company. so..we can be light and fun at a night club or at a dinner party having deep quiet conversations or at work being professional and business like...which might be true for a lot of people?? i don't know...but i think here...this forum...there's a lot of "social" light hearted banter so we may come off more esfpish like you said when we're just having fun...but we can turn around and have a deep conversation about something else too...it just depends on the context i think.

    enneagram probably changes things a bit too.
    and yeah...no one would call my enfp dad bubbly or cute either.
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    What does one get for being considered silly by an ENFP?

    I love your shy/awkward undercurrent.

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    I like that someone has finally picked up on it
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    Yeah, the enneagram explains a whole other part of my personality. I'm a HARDCORE 7 so I'm less like the soft fluffy ENFPs and more like the ENFP that will kick your ass if she finds your actions morally deplorable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    What does one get for being considered silly by an ENFP?

    I love your shy/awkward undercurrent.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    I like that someone has finally picked up on it
    i don't really understand these two posts...(i have a cold though...you'll have to excuse me haha.) are you talking to one with soul?
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    Pff, one moment I'm a 2, then I'm a 4, part of me is a 7..enneagrams are confusing
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    It's not very hard to see - we're on to you.

    Erina, what kind of meds are you on? :p

    I assumed that Wild Horses was referring to the shy/awkward thing running through ENFPs at some level. I wasn't responding to the OP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Army View Post
    Yeah, the enneagram explains a whole other part of my personality. I'm a HARDCORE 7 so I'm less like the soft fluffy ENFPs and more like the ENFP that will kick your ass if she finds your actions morally deplorable.
    i'm a hardcore 7 too but i thought it's what made me soft and fluffy ha!
    not that i'm that way all the time...but some enfp's with different enneagrams...like 4 i think?? seem more serious.
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