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    Default So I'm reading threads while paying attention to type

    And it's crazy how much I think like the ENFP's. I've not met many people who see the world the way I do and I'm thrilled and partly overwhelmed to see there are people out there who I could actually relate to.

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    yep yep...it's a trip for real.
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    Same thing happened to me when I first stumbled upon this forum

    Whenever I read something that made me go "Yes! That's it!" and I looked, it was always posts by INFJs. Scary...

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    lol I can relate too. Everytime I see another INFP posting I say "Wow, I thought I was the only person who thought that!"

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    Lol I used to be put out when I read a post saying exactly what I was thinking from a fellow INFJ. There can only be one!
    But now I've grown up a little bit I appreciate it. It's nice knowing that I'm not the only freak
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    It works in reverse for me. I read something, think "what a delusional twat," look at the type field and lo and behold about 75% of the time it's a type that shall remain unnamed.
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    I love the ENFPs on here! They are entertaining and sweet. I find the INTJs interesting and elaborate. The ISTPs are of few words, no matter what the topic is. Also, there are a couple of INFPs who posts exactly precisely what I want to say and saves me the trouble of putting jumbled thoughts down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebe View Post
    I love the ENFPs on here! They are entertaining and sweet. I find the INTJs interesting and elaborate. The ISTPs are of few words, no matter what the topic is.
    Lol I've noticed this too (especially the part about the ISTPs) and not just on this forum.
    "Dad I can't feel my legs."

    "That's because you don't have any arms."

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    I don't consciously pay attention to type on here, but I must be noticing it on some level because if someone lists something that isn't a real type I always notice it. So I must at least be scanning that area.

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    Same here in regards to ENFJs.
    I've been steadily struggling with the fascination at the shared thoughts/processes vs. the need to be an individualist with my own little world that belongs to no one else.

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