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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    Furthermore: People seem to think that ENFPs are stereotypically bubble, extremely exuberant, and radiant of their emotions and giddiness.
    I think the line people need for this is:
    "Quick to enthusiasm, slow to excitement."

    People seem to get the whole inspiring thing mixed up. Some Fe types are very good at inspiring with excitement and a display of emotions. They make noise, complement and it becomes exciting. We just get interested, maybe talk quicker, and have lots to say on the subject. It's more like just signalling, "If you are doing that, I like it, I'm interested, or I'm in!".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    ENFPs seemed to be the most loved type on here. People tend to hyperfocus on their types... I seriously haven't seen much ENFP hate.
    I agree. This and on a couple of other forums I have seen that almost all people like ENFPs. They are an extremely well liked type compared to others. (In general)

    People will always stereotype. You just have to learn to filter that out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waffle View Post
    No, it's not just here. I used to be "friends" with other people in to the whole personality type thing. They said that their personalities were superior and better and the ENFPs were nothing but a bunch of ditsy airheads. I gladly beg to differ.
    Yeah, I used to have issues with that. Just make sure you don't believe it, and it will cease to bother you. ...to be honest, these days I look down on people who think like that. Especially self-important T's. They appear stupid and illogical.

    ENFPs are outstanding. I'm a big fan.

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    let's not forget how ENTJs are the most evil people on the planet

    I've known at least one ENFP for sure, and yeah, she met all the stereotypes, but that seems to be a personal development thing, not so much a temperment thing. She was immature, ditsy, bad with money, and had the eating habits of a child left home aloe with no adult to monitor her, but as far as I could tell, nothing more had ever been expected or demanded of her since early childhood so she never grew beyond that.

    Temperment is a template, not a mold, and there's more to a person than four letters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Hmmm...are you friends with lots of NTs?
    Indeed... Or was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by corey_vann View Post
    She was immature, ditsy, bad with money, and had the eating habits of a child left home aloe with no adult to monitor her, but as far as I could tell, nothing more had ever been expected or demanded of her since early childhood so she never grew beyond that.
    How on earth is eating controlled, periodic meals any sign of maturity ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    Furthermore: People seem to think that ENFPs are stereotypically bubble, extremely exuberant, and radiant of their emotions and giddiness.

    Ok, that's like saying that every INTP is a mad scientist who sits in a lab.

    STOP THE JUDGMENT!
    Shit no. I'm ESTJ and more bubbly than any ENFP on here.

    ...And if anyone says it's because I'm ENFP, or I will seriously kick his/her ass.
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    Hah. Again, these were people who took personality typing way too seriously. I enjoy all personality types... OK, that's a lie. Those ISFJs don't know how to have fun! D:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Shit no. I'm ESTJ and more bubbly than any ENFP on here.

    ...And if anyone says it's because I'm ENFP, or I will seriously kick his/her ass.

    L.L. is an ENFPENFPENFPENFP....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ungwliante View Post
    How on earth is eating controlled, periodic meals any sign of maturity ?
    I have no idea. Actually my parents are convinced I run on sugar, and I don't tend to ever move out of the healthy body weight range. Thsi doesn't mean that's all I eat though... I just like copious amounts of it. I actually disagree with the idea that eating habits and personality types correlate. I think it's just a coincidence.

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