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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    I know I am taking a big leap here, but reading stuff like TTR's post remind of people who argue that women who were victims of rape were kinda asking for it by wearing such short skirts.

    Disgusting, incorrect, wrong!!!
    I don't think that's what he was saying. He's just saying some people take niceness and interest in general for romantic interest. Especially if the person in question doesn't generally get a lot of attention from others. I've had that happen so many times b/c I was just nice to someone for an extended period of time. It's annoying, but it won't change the way I interact with people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    I know I am taking a big leap here, but reading stuff like TTR's post remind of people who argue that women who were victims of rape were kinda asking for it by wearing such short skirts.

    Disgusting, incorrect, wrong!!!

    Silly, I am not telling you to change the way you are, God knows we need nicer people in this world, I am merely facilitating an answer from my very humble point of view as to why ENFPs are so enchanting.
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    The Third Rider: Thanks! I just lost five seconds I could have spent not procrastinating my paper! :-p

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    Quote Originally Posted by elfinchilde View Post
    To be an INFP, you have to have strong Fe, right? But Fe is one of my weakest scores, second only to Si. If it helps any, my Ni, Se, Fi and Ti are all quite strong. Ne is strongest for me. Am not extroverted tho; people wear me out. Esp crowds. elfie gets nervy in crowds.
    No, to be an INFP, you need to have strong Fi. Fi is the INFP's dominant function, with Ne as auxiliary, followed by tertiary Si and inferior Te.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    Some of my guesses as to why our friends, (or my friends at least), or the people we casually date fall for us...

    -We're fun

    -We're exciting

    -We're passionate

    -We're attentive

    -We're great conversationalists

    -We're sensual

    -We're kind

    -We're goofy, and witty

    -We're easy going

    -We're eccentric in a good way

    -We're amazing, ,

    -We have a way of making people feel good about themselves

    -We make the person feel comfortable, "just being themselves"

    -We are pretty confident as far as people go

    -We are charismatic

    -I don't know about others, but I know that I am generally deemed as being attractive

    -Oh, and we are uncharacteristically, humble, lol.
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    Awesome Blossom!

    Wing, my *absolute* favorite!!!!!
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    Wow, apparently we have some hot people lurking as ENFPs on the forum. I need to meet you all IRL!

    I don't think I get people to fall in love with me, then again, I'm quite oblivious to certain things. I thought ENFPs had a hard time accurately figuring out what people think of them -- but maybe it's me needing to perfect my NeTi. I have good perceptions in general but when it comes to things that I'm invested in, I over do it and do the typical ditzy, infatuated school girl thing.

    Also, regardless of whether or not people think I'm an awesome blossom (are those like bloomin onions? 'Cause those are good!) the people who I would really like to make fall madly in love with me rarely do. Those ungrateful bastards with bad taste.

    Hahahahah. There's some fireball fodder for you Aelan!

    BTW, guys who get stalkers are hot.

    There.

    I said it.



    Hahahahahaha.

    I will say though, from and ENFP perspective, I think we get a taste of our own medicine in the INFJ? I have met INFJs (or an ENFJ who had a very pronounced I) who really make you fall for them with their kindness and attention, even though they have no romantic interest in you. Freakin' playboys. Hahahaha.

    I even talked to one of my male friends who had a chronic habit of making girls fall for him HARD left and right, unintentionally and unbeknownst to him. They were often troubled, lost, a tad bit unstable, or still searching for an identity and I think he was like an anchor or savior to them. It was not healthy or nor an equal dynamic -- the women were projecting and latching on to him as opposed to seeking self-improvement.

    I told him as much and that the right thing to do was to nip things in the bud unequivocably instead of leading them on unintentionally, which just does a total mindfuck on people. Good guy that he was, he really did want to save them! Guys like that do not get lucky in love, btw. Awesome morally principled guy, questionable decisions.

    Then again...maybe he was INTP?
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    CzeCze is officially back!!!!

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    The thing about ENFPs that cracks me up is how they try to CONTROL you by being nice. Sure, they are popular and innocently looking to any stranger. They may be accepting of a person's authentic self. They may even give anyone free rides. However, all this is a front they use to exploit people to the wiles of their self centered influence. Yeah, those free rides they give you aren't actually "free". Like the ENTPs who have the best bullshitting skills, ENFPs have a less exact, but equally dangerous power to get what they want through calculating people's emotions. Well, that's quite an overstatment, but is it? How do I know this? I'm an ENTJ with a close ENFP friend and I think that's good perspective there.

    As an ENTJ whose suppose to have supreme "leadership" skills, the ENFP would be equal in a certain way. While the ENTJ's leadership is built on securing the future for everyone, the ENFP's leadership is built on something unknown, probably sinister. With their popularity and cult leader likeness, they will manipulate people towards their desires. This is comparable to the ESFP who wants everyone to like them and directly dominates any special event. The ENFP is much more discreet and furtive. This is more dangerous than the ENTJ's direct seizure for control IMO. Think about Lex and Lionel Luther. Lionel Luther was a dangerous man, but Lex was even more so. Why? Lex was much more secretive and did not give warnings before he attacked.

    Disclaimer: This only applies to bad enfps. bad=almost all

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    I don't think you like your ENFP friend.
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