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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    I don't get it, please explain.


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    lol I knew this is the response id get, thanks for confirming it CC.

    But on a serious note, this has become a problem for me cause the females i attract are all of the weak willed sort (this tends to be equal to their intelligence unfortunately) who are easily attracted to such things and cant see through such obvious facades.

    Long time no see CC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sexist View Post
    lol I knew this is the response id get, thanks for confirming it CC.

    But on a serious note, this has become a problem for me cause the females i attract are all of the weak willed sort (this tends to be equal to their intelligence unfortunately) who are easily attracted to such things and cant see through such obvious facades.

    Long time no see CC
    Hiya Sexist.

    I can only imagine just how attractive a male ENFP would be to the ladies.

    A confident guy who's not afraid to be an individual or to tell it like it is. A guy who's sensitive, yet strong-willed, discerning, yet nonjudgmental, caring, yet carefree, socially adept, yet anti-"society"... Wait, can I have one please?

    I think the charismatic ENFP persona that comes with the personality works both for, and against us. People tend to receive us well because of it, and to forgive us of our eccentricities , well because we're just that cute!! And people tend to look up to us for some reason though I suspect this is due to their seeing in us something they see, or wish to see in themselves. Long story short, people tend to like and respect us, and sometimes this like and respect can take a more aggressive form, that of full-blown admiration. Be weary of hardcore admirers, they're creeepy!!!

    What sucks about being well-received and generally perceived as being popular, is that people tend to regard us as being "normal" "happy" "simple" and "shiny". On the contrary, we actually are quite crazy, (if only they knew), complex, and yes, "deep". As silly as we may be at times, we are actually quite serious and pensive human beings. We take life seriously, and we care deeply. We might be popular, but that is irrelevant, because what we really desire and care about is finding and fostering intimacy.

    Quality, not quantity, and quality people are hard to find.

    Sexist, I assure you that there are confident and intelligent women out there, who can engage you at your level and even challenge you if need be, they just happen to be a bit rare and less readily seen.

    Boy oh boy, this was a bit of a rant, my apologies.
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    stupid server is so slow again...:harumph:

    I can't even cycle through the last N pages to read, but just to comment on Sexist's quandary -- what kind of women do you pursue?

    It's not just about who's coming to you after all, right?

    Also, when you say you go 'alpha male' that is also a classic ploy (directly or not) of getting women.

    Are you sure that on some level you do NOT prefer dating women who don't challenge you and let you be the alpha male, confirm that you are the smarter, etc. ?

    I don't think this is necessarily reflect of type either, because ENFP is not necessarily like this.

    I have seen this played out by men though, who continually date women who are not equals -- either always younger, less experienced, less intellectual, less learned, less worldly etc.

    This is actually why not dating men is a huge source of relief for me, I could only imagine the stress and drama that would come about from trying. I have been told by a self-professed alpha-male that I'm the kind of woman 'lesser men fear' (hahahhhaah)

    And I actually think there are a number of women who have their act together and are strong and want to be equals with their partner, hell the women I went to school with were nothing if not uppity...I mean self-assured and driven -- but you factor out sexual orientation and factor in age -- and they are probably more in the age ranges above you Sexist. Or just not hanging out in the places you normally attract girls.
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    ENFPs are a good substitute for my pet Australian Cattle Dog. That's a good thing because my dog is much more important than anyone except maybe my parents.

    As much as you ENFPs are attractive, you got this incredible paranoid and jealous streak despite your misinterpreted flirtatious behavior. I've heard of stories of a really nice looking ENFP driving her car and waiting all night to see why her boyfriend was "busy" , He was busy alright, staying home and studying. I've met other ENFPs. When we say or do the wrong things, I find that we will "correct" each other. I get really happy when I actually meet an ENFP though, I have no idea why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by betterthandead View Post
    ENFPs are a good substitute for my pet Australian Cattle Dog. That's a good thing because my dog is much more important than anyone except maybe my parents.

    As much as you ENFPs are attractive, you got this incredible paranoid and jealous streak despite your misinterpreted flirtatious behavior. I've heard of stories of a really nice looking ENFP driving her car and waiting all night to see why her boyfriend was "busy" , He was busy alright, staying home and studying. I've met other ENFPs. When we say or do the wrong things, I find that we will "correct" each other. I get really happy when I actually meet an ENFP though, I have no idea why.
    ENFPs ~ Australian Cattle Dog

    *priceless*

    Dogs are awesome, so we'll take that as a compliment.

    When I am romantically involved with someone, I admittedly do experience fleeting moments of intense bursts of jealousy. It's irrational and pathetic, but sometimes, I just can't help it.

    We are intense creatures, and when that intensity is filtered through a negative emotion, scary ugliness ensues.

    Whatever, no one's perfect.

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    Well I of course enjoy the attention of all women, I do have an ego the needs a good stroke once in a while. And so the problem is that after atracting such women I let it carry on for too long until it goes too far. By this point ive usually had more than just a "few" beers. If it goes as far as a relationship though, its not until after do I ever realise how immature, unintelligent and/or just stupid they are. I would love to be with a women who can be on equal footing with me, just the problem is meeting them.

    But like I said most of the places I go are just your everday partys and keggers so the girls I meet there are attractive but not smart. And intelligence isnt something that you can really find out about a person in one (drunken) night. And I know it almost always turns out the same way but I cant help but attracting (or rather trying to) any and/or all other women I meet. Its like its hard wired into me to find the best possible mate or something. Ive tryed not doing it before, but it never works I always seem to forget and fall back into over confident "alpha male".

    And yes of course the whole "alpha male" thing is about attracting chicks, its the nature of testosterone to do so and thus assert your dominance of the local vicinity. (which not saying do so thus asserts said authority, just its sub-consciously how men think)
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    Quote Originally Posted by betterthandead View Post
    ENFPs are a good substitute for my pet Australian Cattle Dog. That's a good thing because my dog is much more important than anyone except maybe my parents.

    As much as you ENFPs are attractive, you got this incredible paranoid and jealous streak despite your misinterpreted flirtatious behavior. I've heard of stories of a really nice looking ENFP driving her car and waiting all night to see why her boyfriend was "busy" , He was busy alright, staying home and studying. I've met other ENFPs. When we say or do the wrong things, I find that we will "correct" each other. I get really happy when I actually meet an ENFP though, I have no idea why.
    Not sure how to take the cattle dog thing, but uh...thanks...I guess.

    And yeah I know exactly how that is, im currently trying to get back with my ex cause we still love each other. But she is in school and (not like me) takes profesional things like that very seriously. So even though she supposedly still loves me and wants to be back with me. She has turned down every single one of my offers to meet up and hang out. Each time with some excuse dealing with school. Now in my oponion, school cant take up every second of your (was about to go off on a cussing rant and decided not to)...day. So of course I get suspicous, paranoid and jealous of anything that might be takeing so much of her time. When in the back of my mind im telling myself its perfectly normal. "This is their big test week and all, so of course its fine for her to be completely devoted to her school work and studying and what not." But yet I still cant seem to "almost" flip out about it.

    We ENFP's over analyze the hell out of everything! And sometimes I hate it, cause it causes me to go into little paranoid episodes like now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by typo View Post
    Nah, u probly ment "fenetic." Happens to me, too.
    I love it so much when you write it "fenetikly" because for a non-native english speaking person, it makes it so easier to get the spelling of words...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    People seem to think that being an ENFP is all about this

    But it is more like this,

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    That's where I feel like an ENTP maybe rather... I am not at all. Rather or or or or and of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    ( I sound so arrogant, but what i mean to say is its frustrating when ppl throw themselves at you and think you feel the same way about them as they do about you- not knowing there are levels of intimacy with an ENFP).
    Yeah...

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