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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    I can see an INFJ trying to see the good sides of every type, though.
    True dat.

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    My gf is a 4w5 I believe. Another INFJ friend says she's a 9. I've also known one that's a 1. So the 1/4/9 theory appears to have some merit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    Smells like drama.
    Heh, and ENTPs have the emotional range of Mythbusters' Adam Savage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xellotath View Post
    Heh, and ENTPs have the emotional range of Mythbuster's Adam Savage.
    What purpose is emotional range?

    INFJ's have all the emotional range an ENTP needs. I just get my bullet points from other people.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    What purpose is emotional range?

    INFJ's have all the emotional range an ENTP needs. I just get my bullet points from other people.
    Hehe, because INFJs are in desperate need of a loud, over-excitable calculator.

    : )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xellotath View Post
    Hehe, because INFJs are in desperate need of a loud, over-excitable calculator.

    : )
    Hey, hey, hey, we love our loud, over-excitable calculators

    Besides, ENTPs have emotional range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xellotath View Post
    Hehe, because INFJs are in desperate need of a loud, over-excitable calculator.

    : )

    I'm actually a quiet but over-excitable idea ticker tape. If I were a calculator, most of those calculations would be drawings of dragons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    Smells like drama.
    I cannot handle the ENFPs I know. Emotions are always in flight, have a real tough time focusing on the crux of matters or issues, difficult for me to communicate with, always have to repeat to the point of being blunt. I agree with posts that suggest SJs are a good match. Their practical sensibility is really hot, good for bringing people who are always in their heads. ESJs have the added benefit of acting as a gateway to new people and mainstream culture. ISJs latent sexuality, have tended to enjoy physical activity and usually surprise me with time. All those qualities and the added benefit of feminine mystique. Seeing ESTJ women in marshalling action is intimidating in a hot way.

    SP women I have limited contact with but I think I'm ultimately incompatible with them if I view the relationship as a long term project, which I do with all relationships. The one I've had limited experience with had difficulty with feeling weighed down. On the flip side, they also embody the aspect of the feminine mystique I find most appealing. Their thoughts are completely alien to me. They tend to be attracted to me when I'm drunk or see me in action in organizational settings. Also have difficulty with talking about their inner emotions.

    Haven't met enough NT women to make a judgement, but I think the best chances of finding attraction is with ENTP. Intelligent, interesting, with the times, witty, always pursuing a new interest. Friendship is probably better for the others.

    With that all said, I prefer not to know the types of women I'm interested in. The descriptions above are my experiences of women after having getting to know them, not from the outset.
    "For a man who wants to make a profession of good in all regards must come to ruin among so many who are not good. Hence it is necessary to a prince, if he wants to maintain himself, to learn to be able not to be good, and to use this and not use it according to necessity."
    Niccolo Machiavelli

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    Quote Originally Posted by BallentineChen View Post
    I cannot handle the ENFPs I know. Emotions are always in flight, have a real tough time focusing on the crux of matters or issues, difficult for me to communicate with, always have to repeat to the point of being blunt.
    That is my experience as well. It's like having to wrestle a cloud. Drives me crazy with my ENFP mother. Everything is personal to her, but she does not seem to have the ability to detach enough to see things logically.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    I usually find myself getting along very well with ENFP women. They're actually among my favorite types.

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