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    Quote Originally Posted by Vulcan View Post
    Jim Morrison was an ENFP, and he was kind of awesome.
    Jim was INFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evee View Post
    Jim was INFP.
    Oh. Well, he was awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vulcan View Post
    Oh. Well, he was awesome.
    That, my friend, we can both agree on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hermeticdancer View Post
    Do you guys think that ENFP's are awkward or annoying or talk too much?
    Are we boring? Do you think you can "spot someone who is extroverting Intuition?
    What do you guys think?
    ENFPs do you get hated on? Other types what do you think? chime in... I'm curious. Anything you can add is good.
    ^ Ne-HD.

    (Extroverted Intuitive Hyperactivity Disorder)

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    I don't find the ENFPs I know to be loud. Or, at least that trait doesn't stand out as bothersome. I kind of like boisterous people.

    I do find ENFPs moodiness difficult to maneuver sometimes.

    Inability to "own your shit" would be top of my list. It's difficult to get an enfp to admit fault or they made a wrong choice. I think this is because if they think their intentions were good then the means justify the ends.

    This can be a slippery slope to selfishness and "la-la-la. I'm not hearing you!" *fingers in ears* type behavior. I guess admitting fault can feel shame-inducing for the ENFP, which sends them into a weird pity party style moping.

    This has been my experience with ENFP. I just think that part is too bad. I wish I could give them a thicker skin and/or give them a stronger ability to see shame or guilt doesn't have to come from inadvertently hurting someone.

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    No? ENFPs are cute . Some of the most interesting people I've met have likely been ENFPs (I don't mean that in like a passive-aggressive way at all!).

    Hell, I've met people who were probably IxTx's who I've had trouble being around because they grinder my gears. But is that to say all IxTx's are like that? You bet they're not.
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    yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    I like ENFPs, but I've learned not to lend them any of my belongings, because they always forget to give them back. Always.

    My ENFP best friend has even taken stuff I lent her to Goodwill.
    hahaha omg that's SO sad! I'm sorry to hear that, but along with that image, I'm just cracking up. I'm actually pretty good about returning my friend's things, but if I ever lend stuff out or give money for friends to borrow, I forget that stuff almost immediately. The only reason I get it back most of the time is because other people aren't me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScareBear View Post
    Well, this I guess explains why my supposed friends in middle school thought I was annoying cause I probably was :/ I've chilled down since then (having people tell you they were only your friend cause they felt sorry for you stings and at a young age kinda leaves a lasting effect). I'm probably still annoying as an adult though. I should ask people...
    Wow, that's really messed up of your middle school friends to say. Well us ENFPs are pretty awesome and life is too short to be around those that don't appreciate our attributes.
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    I'm just going to say that something that irritates me about myself and is something I have no doubt, irritates my ENTJ brother and father is that I am often super indecisive with, anything! Politics, nope, I don't really have a strong stance on anything. Important decisions in life will take me FOREVER to decide on. And even when left to my own devices, I can never decide what to do with myself on my days off. There have been many times where I would decide what to do, then get on the subway towards that destination, then before even getting there, I'd lose interest in that thought and get off the train to go elsewhere! There have literally been days where I'd spend a good chunk of it riding the rails because I keep getting on and off, changing my mind about where to go and what to do.

    This indecisiveness is what allows me to see multiple perspectives and a free-flowing creativity with ideas galore, but this very sporadic nature is also such a nuisance. I can only guess how annoying it can be for other people that know me.
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