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  1. #131
    WTF is this dude saying? A Schnitzel's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    This wierd intp fascination for infj is somehow disturbing. And by the way, yeah, we turn ourselves on too.
    Why would any fascination with a certain type be disturbing?
    You're acting like it's perverse or something.
    I'm sure a lot of the INTPs that like her haven't even heard of MBTI.

    People like what they like. She says she likes ENTPs the most. Some INFJs prefer ENFPs. I find your usage of the word disturbing quite disturbing.

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    The Memes Justify the End EcK's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    Why would any fascination with a certain type be disturbing?
    You're acting like it's perverse or something.
    I'm sure a lot of the INTPs that like her haven't even heard of MBTI.

    People like what they like. She says she likes ENTPs the most. Some INFJs prefer ENFPs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AgentOrange View Post

    However, while I find his whole moody artistic side frustrating, it drives me totally wild (especially the amazing way he can turn a phrase). He has this amazingly dry, sarcastic sometimes sadistic sense of humour, while still being one of the most selfless people I know. He's intense, genuine, and yet we can still goof off like 5 year olds and go on a late night splashing in rain puddles adventure. I also love how we both understand when the other needs space, or when we need no space, haha.

    I think almost everything about him from the way his body gets wrapped up in his drawing and music, to his slight arrogance when he's debating a subject he's both knowledgeable and passionate about, is intriguing and alluring. I find it hard to believe that other people totally miss all this about him, because he can be aloof and doesn't really make it easy for other people, but I've always been able to see straight through him. He's absolutely amazing.

    Basically, ENFP+INFJ rocks... at least for me, haha.
    Right on! That's exactly how it feels. It makes you feel like someone is taking over your brain, but not always in a bad way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by penelope View Post
    I'm pretty sold on the ENxP/INFJ combination. They provide the excitement and creativity and adventures that I crave but am often too reserved to seek out, and I feel that I provide stability and reasoning and ideas.
    Me also.

    I don't really think about the MBTI irl, what works - works, but have still noticed a fascination towards Ne dom individuals.
    I can see the attraction towards INTPs, but personally I didn't find it working, possibly because I've been raised by an INTP dad. He comes to mind from the normal INTP reactions = no bueno.
    And then there's the fact that we can be.. intensive. I need someone who can take that on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sade View Post
    Me also.

    I think EcK is doing drugs
    why is my brain relating your profile picture to coca cola
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    why is my brain relating your profile picture to coca cola
    Isn't it obvious? Druggie..
    Waaaaait.. Didn't you just say Chewbacca?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sade View Post
    Isn't it obvious? Druggie..
    Waaaaait.. Didn't you just say Chewbacca?
    woman, ur acting crazy again. We both know I never said that

    druggie ? a hidden clue to the origin of ur delusion perhaps ?
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

    Theory is always superseded by Fact...
    ... In theory.

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    Richard Feynman's last recorded words

    "Great is the human who has not lost his childlike heart."
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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    Right on! That's exactly how it feels. It makes you feel like someone is taking over your brain, but not always in a bad way.
    Me three! I think the INFJ/ENFP combination is crazy awesome. I've never felt so emotionally connected to someone before. She can use the smallest thing to completely read my emotional state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by felt up View Post
    I'm female. I tend to draw male INTPs by the bunches.
    How do you even find bunches of INTPs? They're 1-2% of the population.

    I ran across one person IRL whom typed himself as INTP. I fell for him after a short time. (We didn't even become friends though.) Even before I met an INTP (if it was his real type) I always thought enneagram 5 would be the most interesting/intriguing type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenk View Post
    How do you even find bunches of INTPs? They're 1-2% of the population.

    I ran across one person IRL whom typed himself as INTP. I fell for him after a short time. (We didn't even become friends though.) Even before I met an INTP (if it was his real type) I always thought enneagram 5 would be the most interesting/intriguing type.
    Oh yes, even in high school when I was randomly crushing everywhere it was the E5 boys that would make me really sit up and take notice. Smart, complex, idiosyncratic, low key and sometimes even into music too. I have a high 5 wing and I like the commonality that brings.

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