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    Quote Originally Posted by INTPness View Post
    Those ENFP's are lots of fun though! And extremely creative folks. ENFJ's can't really compete with them in those 2 categories, IME. ENFJ's can be fun and can be creative, but ENFP's just naturally are those things.

    Not saying that ENFP's are better than ENFJ's or anything like that, but I definitely don't see ENFJ's as a "more competent version of ENFP's".

    ENFJ's can organize a great event and get everyone together for a common purpose, but ENFP's can whip up a creative layout/design for that event like nobody's business. While the ENFJ got everyone together and deserves just as much credit, everyone walks into the event and goes, "Wow, this looks incredible! Who did all this?" The ENFP is the one who did the creative part of it - without even thinking much about it or having to "plan it out". It just comes to them instantly. The ENFJ spends weeks or months getting the event organized and the ENFP can come in and lay out something beautiful in a matter of minutes. I've seen an ENFP show up minutes before an event, completely re-organize/re-design everything in 15 minutes, and it was unbelievably creative - to the extent that multiple event attendees wanted to know who did "all of this" because they wanted to hire the ENFP to do something similar for them.

    /ENFP praise
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    Quote Originally Posted by Risen View Post
    Me: "Man I'm feeling down today. Life sucks. My head is all confused and contorted inside. I know it's because of..."

    *Ring*

    ENFP: "Hey *Risen* how are you!? "

    Me: "I'm doin great, blah blah blah, Ne"

    ENFP: "LMAO! Blah blah blah Ne..."
    "ok, see you this weekend!"

    Me: "Man I feel fukin great! I don't need no stinkin ENFP. My head feels clear, and I'm happy as a fly on shit."

    ---weekend comes---

    Me: "I'll be just fine on my own this weekend, I don't need no stinkin ENFP"

    .... a few hours later: "OMG I'm gonna go bonkers if I don't get my ENFP fix."

    Then we either meet up or end up talking/texting for a couple hours :/.

    Repeat that process just about everyday/week and maybe you'll get the gist of this absurdity. -_-
    I echo this, but i embrace the fact that i need my frequent dose of ENFP. They can be like opening a window when your home is cloudy with stale air and smoke. Why do you want to fight it? There has to be an adverse effect if it's really an issue.
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    good example of enfp-intp couple hehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chloee View Post
    good example of enfp-intp couple hehe
    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGMq8J3F7s8&NR=1"]fp[/YOUTUBE]
    Jesus, you're right :P. <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risen View Post
    Yea, exactly :/ .
    maybe you need a more resonating ENFP... let's say it's hard for an ENFP not to make an INTP feel good, but they should do it in a way that really empowers the INTP, not just lifts the spirits by spewing upbeat emotionalism everywhere. I like to be a positive, warm, fun-loving entity for people to be around n absorb but mostly my goal is to make others feel at ease with who they are.

    cheer up Risen, you're awesome. you don't NEED anybody! you have all the tools you need already there to be the best person you can be. maybe you can just feel this person expediting it.

    is this a romantic interest of yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unkindloving View Post
    I echo this, but i embrace the fact that i need my frequent dose of ENFP. They can be like opening a window when your home is cloudy with stale air and smoke. Why do you want to fight it? There has to be an adverse effect if it's really an issue.
    aw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chloee View Post
    good example of enfp-intp couple hehe
    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGMq8J3F7s8&NR=1"]fp[/YOUTUBE]
    Yeah, it goes something like that. Plus, there are the insanely entertaining Ne/Ne conversations that take place when the ENFP/INTP are alone together (not as much around others).

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    Quote Originally Posted by revolve View Post
    my question to you intps is where does an enfp female go to make some intp friends??? i could sure use some friends like you chaps.
    We could be anywhere, but we are at those places with less frequency than other people. Some cues that might tip us off:

    1. Good chance that we are by ourselves.

    2. We're probably shying away from conversation or attention of any kind. If we're purchasing something at a store and the cashier is bubbly and talkative, we're probably going to seem a bit annoyed, shy, or awkward (or some combination of those things). We might respond with short, to-the-point answers. Basically, we want to get the heck out of there in quick fashion. When I'm at the grocery store, for example, I am observing people and sometimes getting a bit of a "social fix", but I don't necessarily want to talk to people I don't know. Observe them, yes. Talk to them, not so much.

    3. Watch for flashes of Ne. If someone does getting us talking or laughing, we might take the conversation on a bit of a tangent. If someone asks us, "what do you think about x?" or "what's your opinion on y?" - we can often take it further than most people would. We usually have so much of an opinion, that if someone actually asks, we want to tell them all of it. But, we're not the really social guy who just talks a lot. We're not very social, but if someone asks the right question and taps into our mind in the right way, then it will sometimes come spilling out with some level of intensity or passion.

    4. We play devil's advocate. We'll often take the "other side" in conversation. When I hear a very dogmatic republican, I'll often start spouting off some of the positives of the democrat side of things. If I hear a very dogmatic democrat, I'll take the republican side. It's just my natural instinct to do this. It's almost like I want to see how well-founded their arguments are. How sure they are of themselves. Do they really know what they're talking about? We'll push that envelope, sometimes to the point where it annoys people.

    5. If you ask us if we want to "hang out", we'll probably say no 9 times out of 10. Don't be offended. It's nothing personal. And we can still be friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pyramid View Post
    maybe you need a more resonating ENFP... let's say it's hard for an ENFP not to make an INTP feel good, but they should do it in a way that really empowers the INTP, not just lifts the spirits by spewing upbeat emotionalism everywhere. I like to be a positive, warm, fun-loving entity for people to be around n absorb but mostly my goal is to make others feel at ease with who they are.

    cheer up Risen, you're awesome. you don't NEED anybody! you have all the tools you need already there to be the best person you can be. maybe you can just feel this person expediting it.

    is this a romantic interest of yours?
    Thanks. No, not a romantic interest. Just a friend, currently.

    Don't worry. My natural sensibilities and integrity will win out in this situation. I will subjugate my emotions because

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    ENFPs are addicting because we put cocaine in our lip gloss. When you kiss us, it isnt love you feel, it's a rush of euphoria due to the drugs in your system. Those feelings of sadness when we are not with you? withdrawls.

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