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    Rainy Day Woman MDP2525's Avatar
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    I could see a really introverted INTP being selfish about their time. Understand, we have this inborn, hated feeling of being "obligated" to anyone else. (It quite literally can send us into a feeling similar to that of a panic attack). So yeah, I could see an INTP being selfish. Don't fence us in!

    On topic: The only hindrance I see with ENFP/INTP is that sometimes the T part of me can offend them. I have learned to sort of censor myself on the areas where I feel I may hurt their feelings by being too blunt.
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    Yikes. Sure, there are some terribly annoying INTPs, probably the younger ones. I'd like to think I learned to deal with people very respectably myself however. :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    Probably true. The few INTPs I've known are a damn good-lookin' bunch. ...Just that pesky low EQ.
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    By choice or by ignorance?
    Good work. We are so hiring you to do INTP public relations.

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    INTP public relations. The job means shooting anyone that you see, except for ENFP's and INTP's stranded outside the bunker.

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    When INTPs have a mood where they want to hide in their caves, ENFPs don't sit around not knowing what to do - they just use that time to catch up with their massive array of friends instead. By the time ENFPs have caught up with all their friends, INTP has come out of the cave and is perhaps thinking 'Now where is that elusive ENFP?'

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    Probably true. The few INTPs I've known are a damn good-lookin' bunch.
    You obviously havent met me :P

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    They've obviously met me. .
    Last edited by mortabunt; 07-04-2009 at 11:36 PM.

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    i think the intp/enfp relationship tends to be destructive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge View Post
    i think the intp/enfp relationship tends to be destructive
    why so? seems okay with some compromise and understanding on both sides. It can't be nearly as destructive an as entp/enfp relationship.

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    Probably all NP-NP relationships could be destructive? But besides that I think INTP/ENFP is a good match! if people are balanced, and not "100% T" or E,I,F...

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