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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    Do you mean Edward Scissorhands? If so, I want in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r0wo1 View Post
    I know, who would have thought? I clicked on the link expecting to just see a barrage of posts sporting Edward's name... with maybe a Mr. Darcy here and there...
    Still lost.... ?!?!?! Please, do advise.

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    ENFJ women are crazy. Far crazier than ENFJ guys. Basically, ENFJ's have way too many emotions and while you'd think that that would benefit the women in acting out who they really are, it's really more of an enabler of their negative traits because while ENFJ women are, at their best, lovely and full of wonderful idiosyncracies, they can be, at their worst, psychotic and delusional. Society basically says that their entitled to all of the delusional, feelings they want and they don't have to change for anyone. At the same time, they really go against the grain with their N nature. I gotta wonder if they ever become balanced individuals.

    I feel sorry for the OP. All sorts of talk about being assertive and influential as being attractive traits in a guy. I've read many a profile and I've never seen that in the INFP ones...
    "... you think deeply about stuff [that] nobody cares about and hardly anybody can understand you." ~ Peguy talking about Ni users. So true.

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    Well, we don't advertise our hidden kinky side, but I've read that it's an acceptable second-best to actually being a man's man alpha manly-male top dog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris1207 View Post
    ENFJ women are crazy. Far crazier than ENFJ guys. Basically, ENFJ's have way too many emotions and while you'd think that that would benefit the women in acting out who they really are, it's really more of an enabler of their negative traits because while ENFJ women are, at their best, lovely and full of wonderful idiosyncracies, they can be, at their worst, psychotic and delusional. Society basically says that their entitled to all of the delusional, feelings they want and they don't have to change for anyone. At the same time, they really go against the grain with their N nature. I gotta wonder if they ever become balanced individuals. I, on the other hand, am living proof that an ENFJ guy can mount his steed and ride back from the depths of Hades to reclaim his position as a valued individual amongst the living.

    I feel sorry for the OP. All sorts of talk about being assertive and influential as being attractive traits in a guy. I've read many a profile and I've never seen that in the INFP ones...
    Am I just crazy, or do I sense a feeling of competitiveness in you toward Female ENFJs, Chris? Oh wait...you already covered that. I am crazy. That explains it. NM. Actually, I can think of a better word than competitive...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SciVo View Post
    Well, we don't advertise our hidden kinky side, but I've read that it's an acceptable second-best to actually being a man's man alpha manly-male top dog.
    Good point. I would much rather be with a sensitive guy than an alpha male...to me, thats far superior, not just an acceptable second-best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afkan View Post
    Am I just crazy, or do I sense a feeling of competitiveness in you toward Female ENFJs, Chris? Oh wait...you already covered that. I am crazy. That explains it. NM. Actually, I can think of a better word than competitive...
    ?

    I think I just get irritated by the way that some conduct themselves. XXFJ guys tend to hold emotions in due to social stereotypes about how men should behave and the women tend not to. As a result, I really wanted to believe that the women would be all the better for it but not all of them are. Basically, the reality doesn't jive with my vision of how they should be. What they do sometimes reflects just as badly on us as a group, if not worse, than some of the things we male ENFJs do. It's a subset of leaks that I didn't know could spring.

    For sake of analogy, I'm like an uneducated country bumpkin, who was never given the opportunity for education, who's irratated at uneducated people in an urban area who were obviously given the opportunity to further themselves and yet pissed it away because they were irrational.

    Quote Originally Posted by SciVo View Post
    Well, we don't advertise our hidden kinky side, but I've read that it's an acceptable second-best to actually being a man's man alpha manly-male top dog.
    I'd rather be an asshole and die alone than be considered a footstool for women.
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    My goodness, Chris. O.o I do believe that gender *does* have a significant effect on type, but we're crazy? Really? To be honest, I think BOTH - male and female - ENFJs have the capacity to do real damage, but Hitler was a man, after all, not a woman. No one can or will ever top Hitler in the crazy-delusional category. Just saying.

    And further more, get out of my volcano lair laboratory and stay out! You've seen too much of my clone vats as it is!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    No one can or will ever top Hitler in the crazy-delusional category. Just saying.
    Oh you're on!

    The female NFJs I know go for either TJs or ETPs. They do like a man who can take charge.

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    one need be neither a foot stool nor an 'alpha', but an 'omega' might be a better option, and no I'm not talking about a god complex or anything like it. A man who has authority through his emotions makes him different from both types, however, it is a challenge to not only find said person, but also be willing to eventually reach the same. As ENFJ men or women, we are closest to this realization if we put forth the effort and the patience for someone to notice this effect and not let our emotions control us, but bring them into balance.

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