Need an ESFP to step in?
Se is both practical and instinctual. Se takes what it sees and uses it to make the best decision/ most desired decision for the very moment.
Ne- taking things imagined, seen in the future, (opportunities possible or not possible) and lives off of these visions. What's more practical about that?
I think Ne can in the long run can come off a lot more flaky, unrealistic, off in the clouds, and unpractical.
(Not all the time, but more often than Se.)
Se being more instinctual for the same reason. Someone made the comment "Bunnies observe things and act- dogs observe things and act on them." Well, as degrading as that is towards myself, it is true. You don't see animals using Ne. (Well, maybe. you never know.) Se is the very first and basic thought process IMO. The difference being that we're humans and not animals, and using that external input, we can learn, comprehend, make rational and intelligent human decisions. (Whether the Se decides to do that or not is up to them). I wouldn't call it a lack of N, more than a lack of need for N, or lack of want to use N. (Well for me anyway, I have no need to think about anything except for what's going on around me right now. It may be different for others.)
As far as hating an ENFP, NO! of course not!
I just hate when i'm at work with them and there are fifty million things going on and you're trying to communicate with them and make them work faster and they are off in their bubbly little cloud world. Any other situation, they are awesome!