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    I've made some revisions to the O.P.

    I hope they help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nillerz View Post
    I'm probably a bad specimen for this because I'm more aggressive than the average ENFP, but I am intensely relaxed. It works like this:

    I'll say something with alot of emotion but I wont mean any of the emotion behind it.

    So a voicemail from me sounds like this:

    "Hey, I know you're not going to respond to this voicemail, you unreliable piece of shit, but I decided I'd humor myself to leaving a voicemail. Call me the fuck back at XXX-XXX-XXXX, but if I don't answer it's because I don't want to hear your bullshit, but you should try again at XXX-XXX-XXXX anyway because, hey, what the hell? Just kiddin', I know you'll return this voicemail, you're very reliable and I love you. *kissy noise*"

    LOL---yeah I can relate.
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    I can be both depending on the situation. When around others I can be very silly and not at all serious, talkative and thoughtful, and I can also be scary intense depending upon the situation. NeFi, NeTe, and pure Te if I had to call the above functionally.

    When by myself I end up looking quiet, mellow and a bit withdrawn and dont tend to seem too intense.

    We wear many faces.

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    Relaxed. I'm not sure I've ever seen an ENFP look intense. Just like how other people say INFP's look like soft bunnies even when we are pissed off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott N Denver View Post
    Relaxed. I'm not sure I've ever seen an ENFP look intense. Just like how other people say INFP's look like soft bunnies even when we are pissed off.
    Really?

    You've never seen an ENFP look intense?

    Wow.

    Maybe you don't mean literally "never".

    Do you mean "rarely"?

    Even then, I would say "Really?????"


    Incidentally, I would agree with anyone who says ENFPs generally turn it on and off like a switch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonkavision View Post
    Really?

    You've never seen an ENFP look intense?

    Wow.

    Maybe you don't mean literally "never".

    Do you mean "rarely"?

    Even then, I would say "Really?????"


    Incidentally, I would agree with anyone who says ENFPs generally turn it on and off like a switch.
    Most ENFP's I met in college. We'd spent short amounts of time together due to school schedules. My fellow grad student would look pretty down with the homework load sometimes, but she was too lite and friendly to describe as intense.

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    I thought I was always relaxed until, after thinking more about my personality, I realize that I am intense, but not in the classic sense of "uptight." I do everything with an intensity, even if I'm having fun.

    (I don't think INFP's look like soft bunnies when pissed off. They are actually scarier than most because they really mean it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    I thought I was always relaxed until, after thinking more about my personality, I realize that I am intense, but not in the classic sense of "uptight." I do everything with an intensity, even if I'm having fun.

    (I don't think INFP's look like soft bunnies when pissed off. They are actually scarier than most because they really mean it)
    Yeah, I think people are getting hung up on the word "intense" as if it only has a negative meaning.

    It's actually a neutral word. It can be negative or positive, depending on the context.

    When people call me intense I take it as a compliment, unless they are clearly using it in a derogatory way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    ..I do everything with an intensity, even if I'm having fun.
    I noticed the same thing about enfp friend of mine. I was wondering why people say enfps arent intensive, but maybe its because some people think intensity only as negative thing, as Wonkavision told.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    I don't think INFP's look like soft bunnies when pissed off. They are actually scarier than most because they really mean it
    I dont think they look like soft bunnies either when they are pissed off, more like pissed off bunnies. But i dont think they allways mean everything they say when pissed off. Atleast these two infp friends of mine start acting so damn irrationally when angry that they say things that they dont mean(but nothing too offensive).

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