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    Quote Originally Posted by bighairything View Post
    I've known quite a lot of fellow ENFPs, and I've generally liked them all. But one thing I've noticed is that we're all quite different. I would guess it boils down to the fact that this Jungian stuff is really about temperaments, not personalities. We're all unique.
    that's what i was going to say. it's still pretty recent that i discovered my own type and much more so knowing anyone else's but have found out that i actually know quite a few and we always seem to click immediately and have a really comforting sort of at ease relationship and very protective of one another but i will say...besides that sort of empathetic caring protective way we are towards others we're not that much alike...personality wise. i mean really...people would describe me much differently that they would some of the enfp people i know.

    i think some totally rub people the wrong way...not me though i'm the cool kind...haha...welcome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
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    /me runs after Biaxident to give him a big fuzzy hug but he's disappeared under the porch. Poor wittle guy...




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    If I met a male version of myself, I'd do unspeakable things to him and fall in love of course.

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    I cant think of any other ENFPs that I know in RL, male or female.

    If I met another ENFP like myself, I'd certainly find him or her at the very least interesting, and at the very worst, annoying. But since we'd both respect each others need for space, I think it could actually be enjoyable.

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    I found one online (that I work with and have met in real life). She is annoying but wonderful. It's an interesting combo. I tried to convince her she was ENFJ before I admitted to her ENFP that she tested to on different online tests.

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    I know one other female ENFP. She's one of my friends and we share a ton of interests. However, I do find myself sometimes rolling my eyes at her, and I wouldn't constantly hang out with her. On the other hand, the times we go silly streak together are just awesome, especially if our INTJ SO's are there to just stare at us in confusion

    As for male ones, haven't met one irl yet, I think. I don't...vibe with them that much. As in, there's no real attraction there. Male enfps tend to be, from what I've seen, very like us, and yet significantly different. There are some I consider partners in crime, as with the female ones on here (ENFP-coalitions rule to gang up on someone ), but usually there is not that much common ground as with the female ones.
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    I love the ENFPs on here.
    IRL, my experience with the one ENFP gal I knew was hilarious. Granted, we were teenagers, but wow was there a real undertone of competition between us. It was like we were mentally encircling each other, frequently sizing each other up.:yim_rolling_on_the_We were still friendly to each other, but there was a lot of unspoken territorialism. Our friend group looked almost exactly the same: same number of guys and gals, very similar mix of personality types, and our relationship to the group was the same. It was eery. She was queen of her group, and I was the queen of mine, so we didn't cross each other. We've spoken recently and confirmed that we both felt the same way, and laughed out loud about it.
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    I'm not sure if I know(or have ever known) an ENFP in person.

    I believe that the ENFPs on this forum (myself included) can be generally described as very outspoken and highly individualistic.

    Those are great qualities, of course, but I think they can often cause the ENFP (myself included) to be intense, stubborn, argumentative, difficult, touchy, and easily provoked.

    So, basically I feel a deep-level respect and kinship with other ENFPs, but I often clash with them on a basic interpersonal level.

    Overall, I tend to get along with female ENFPs more than male ENFPs, though there are a couple of exceptions.


    EDIT:

    The more I think about it, I'm actually sort of indifferent to male ENFPs.

    And the main gripe I have with some of the female ENFPs is either (what I perceive to be) an overemphasis of Te or (what I perceive to be) an overemphasis of Se.

    An overly argumentative female ENFP just rubs me the wrong way, as does an overly flirty and frivolous one.

    Both seem fake to me.
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