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    Quote Originally Posted by SecondBest View Post
    You might be one of those cool NFP, enneagram type 5 people.
    I am enneagram 2.

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    Hmm...a 2 ENTP. Interesting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotpinkHeatwave View Post
    Oh yikes. Just took this test.

    if it matters...i would've typed you entp based off your pics too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotpinkHeatwave View Post
    Oh yikes. Just took this test.


    Just so you know, mypersonality.info is a very, very inaccurate test. It's basically used just to make a badge of your type when you already know your type. In my experience, the kts-ii test is the best free online test at actually determining somebody's type.

    Here's a link, if you're interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freeeekyyy View Post
    Just so you know, mypersonality.info is a very, very inaccurate test. It's basically used just to make a badge of your type when you already know your type. In my experience, the kts-ii test is the best free online test at actually determining somebody's type.

    Here's a link, if you're interested.

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    I'll have to look into that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotpinkHeatwave View Post
    Because of the stereotype.

    We're thought to be fun-loving, bubbly, disorganized, flaky, irrational, emotional, head-in-the-clouds, lighthearted, illogical. Dislikes/unable to confront, cannot take criticism, trouble saying no.

    The list goes on.

    This is not true for me at all.

    I am not a maelstrom of emotions. I am highly logical. I rarely pay attention to my emotions. Emotional people irritate me.

    I am not particularily disorganized.

    I am not flaky. I am NOT irrational.

    I have no problem with confrontation, I don't mind arguing.

    I can take criticism. Infact, I don't even care.

    I can say no. I can say no and make sure you know I mean it.

    I am not a drama queen. I HATE drama. I keep my issues to myself.

    But still, I am an ENFP.
    I see you've retyped yourself, but I'll go ahead and comment anyway, just for some general discussion.

    The only part of this that strikes me as odd for an ENFP is not paying attention to your emotions. It's one thing to feel you are an even-tempered person who is not overrun by emotions, but generally Fi-aux people are in-tune with their emotions, and find them useful, so that ignoring them is counter-productive. Do you see the distinction? Believe it or not, there are definitely Thinking people who come off as emotional, precisely because they ignore their emotions and don't have a grip on them.

    The only other possible trait that would seem unusual for an ENFP is having no sensitivity to criticism. It's not typical from my observations, but I don't see it as negating the possibility that someone is an NFP.

    That said, if you relate better to the ENTP profile, then you probably are a more typical ENTP than a non-stereotypical ENFP.
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    ENFPs can seem ENTP and vice versa, just ask Aleksei or Orobas. :P

    It's not about how you act in the world, it's about your internal world. You cannot mistake being Fi dom or aux when you experience it from the inside.

    A lot of feelers (correctly or incorrectly) think of themselves in the colloquial sense as 'rational, even-tempered, logical'. Lots of INFPs are in computer science/programming and INFJs are notoriously rational.

    Typology is not about the 'colloquial sense', it's about cognitive functions.

    In a crude way, it's not about 'how intellectual/objective/logical' are you - but how XYZ are you in relation with your Fi? Many ENTPs on the forum at least will tell you that they don't really 'get' Fi, other than as a concept.

    Fi is how you experience the world in a psychic, gut-reaction way, almost primal way not how you filter it and act in the world.

    Also, other ENFPs on the forum will tell you themselves that their level of Ti and/or Te really varies.

    It's pretty normal for feelers to get annoyed by other people's emotionality. You see it on the forum as well as real life. Being a feeler doesn't necessarily make you adept at handling or appreciating other people's emo.

    Just offering another perspective.
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    So the link I gave only tells you your temperament. There's another version of the kts available on facebook if you have a facebook account, and that one tells your full code.
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    Wtf.



    I quit.

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    NPs can seem like SPs.
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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