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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    Seriously. Every "combo o' love" is disasterous and/or amazing.

    I can't believe this thread is still going. Is it just a bunch of ENFP/INTJ flirting and people starting arguments that have nothing to do with it? Thought so.
    I sometimes lose fate in my fellow ENFPs....but every now and then Elaur will come with her kitchen knife and set things straight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Also, who the fuck FORGETS TO EAT?
    Intuitives, you Sensor! :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    Seriously. Every "combo o' love" is disasterous and/or amazing.

    I can't believe this thread is still going. Is it just a bunch of ENFP/INTJ flirting and people starting arguments that have nothing to do with it? Thought so.
    Truth. There are going to be amazing aspects and not-amazing aspects of all combos; what is amazing out of one combo will be lacking in other combos, but what is not-so-amazing in that combo will be present in others. To say that ENFP and INTJ is the ultimate of relationships for both types is ridiculous; it might be the BEST combo for certain ENFP's combined with certain INTJ's, but not all INTJ's and ENFP's desire the same dynamic out of a relationship/partner.

    It's like the supposed ENTP and INFJ combo; sure, it is really awesome on certain levels but really bad/problematic on others, but it could work very well if both people love and respect the other and value the relationship. Is it what *I* really want or has it ever worked for me? No. And if you ask Halla, ESTP and INFJ is totally Amazing - and while I don't doubt his particular relationship, ESTP is definitely not going to be the cup of tea of many other INFJ's. In the end all of this amounts to two peoples' mutual needs/desires intersecting - and whatever combo creates that is the 'win'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Truth. There are going to be amazing aspects and not-amazing aspects of all combos; what is amazing out of one combo will be lacking in other combos, but what is not-so-amazing in that combo will be present in others. To say that ENFP and INTJ is the ultimate of relationships for both types is ridiculous; it might be the BEST combo for certain ENFP's combined with certain INTJ's, but not all INTJ's and ENFP's desire the same dynamic out of a relationship/partner.

    It's like the supposed ENTP and INFJ combo; sure, it is really awesome on certain levels but really bad/problematic on others, but it could work very well if both people love and respect the other and value the relationship. Is it what *I* really want or has it ever worked for me? No. And if you ask Halla, ESTP and INFJ is totally Amazing - and while I don't doubt his particular relationship, ESTP is definitely not going to be the cup of tea of many other INFJ's. In the end all of this amounts to two peoples' mutual needs/desires intersecting - and whatever combo creates that is the 'win'.
    Well said!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Truth. There are going to be amazing aspects and not-amazing aspects of all combos; what is amazing out of one combo will be lacking in other combos, but what is not-so-amazing in that combo will be present in others. To say that ENFP and INTJ is the ultimate of relationships for both types is ridiculous; it might be the BEST combo for certain ENFP's combined with certain INTJ's, but not all INTJ's and ENFP's desire the same dynamic out of a relationship/partner.

    It's like the supposed ENTP and INFJ combo; sure, it is really awesome on certain levels but really bad/problematic on others, but it could work very well if both people love and respect the other and value the relationship. Is it what *I* really want or has it ever worked for me? No. And if you ask Halla, ESTP and INFJ is totally Amazing - and while I don't doubt his particular relationship, ESTP is definitely not going to be the cup of tea of many other INFJ's. In the end all of this amounts to two peoples' mutual needs/desires intersecting - and whatever combo creates that is the 'win'.
    Also, not all ENFPs and INTJs are created equally. For example, some ENFPs forget to shower or come home at night, while others are clean and loyal ...and some INTJs might be really cool, and others might be boring hypocritical jerks with sticks up their butts.

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    haha...my god i doubt she's actually smelly...you do know enfps exagerate for fun right?

    oh...and i should add...i often forget to eat....and drink...i get dehydrated..like super sick style because of it...and i have low blood sugar and occasionaly feel like i'm about to pass out and realize it's because it's 4pm and all i've had was a couple cups of coffee....so yeah it's ridiculous as hell...but i relate.
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    I just don't bother to eat, if I'm in the middle of a project and getting alot done. I just begrudge the time/interruption. I feel hungry briefly, then it passes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    you do know enfps exagerate for fun right?
    this single statement accounts for so many misunderstandings in my life.

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    I do forget things...like my DVD was in the house DVD player downstairs for WEEKS before I was like, "oh hey wait I should try to find that before it gets lost or someone else takes it." Fortunately it was still there.

    Or I'll forget my laundry is in the washing machine, or ignore people who are in front of my face while I'm reading or on-line.

    This doesn't apply to my self care, though, or anything to do with my health. It may be an enneagram thing - I'm pretty sure I'm E6 and while I'm not sp first, I am sp second. I was talking to some people about this in vent the other day and we were discussing that people who are sp stacking last may be more neglectful of their self-care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHollyLlama View Post
    I am an ENFP whose relationship history is filled with less than satisfactory experiences.
    The worst experience that I have ever had was with an INFJ. Second to worst? ENFJ. Disastrous? INTP.

    I am currently involved with an INTJ and we seem to fit together like two puzzle pieces. He tries to keep my feet on the ground and I try to talk him into letting me color on his face with markers.

    The problems that we run into are trivial. He is ambitious and goal oriented (Whereas I am not) . His life is ruled by order and systems. I forget to take a shower and eat.
    In this case, the ENFP/INTJ pair up is working rather well. Everyone is difference, I 'spose.
    I give the marker attempts two thumbs up. Superb. Pictures prove it though.

    I also forget to eat and admittantly have forgotten to shower. It takes a great deal of effort to follow through on things, so I prioritize really important long term goals over little daily stuff. This always seemed to be the diff between me and my esfp sis. On the surface, in the moment, she appears more organized than me, with details checked off, but in the long run her life is a train wreck. I may appear unorganized in the moment, but in the long run, have a very solid lifetime plan.

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