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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    Lmao!! Sometimes I wish I was an ENFP so I could do stuff like this with an actual audience. I get told by people who know me very well (and get my extreme Ne silly mode) that they want me to do standup comedy... And I'm like, "you mean in front of people!?!?".

    haha ive been told this before too but i couldnt keep it up for a camera or audience hahaha which is why i love this video and people like her haha
    - this is something my brother would do hhaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    (I LOVE Pan's Labyrinth!!)

    This chick is very ENFP to meh:


    This is kinda how I act with friends... except I am not drunk.... and I am not an "E"....
    y'know... actually... she looks really awesome and funny and i would love to hang out with her, but i find the video kind of boring. i watched the other one too, same thing.



    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned
    Lmao!! Sometimes I wish I was an ENFP so I could do stuff like this with an actual audience. I get told by people who know me very well (and get my extreme Ne silly mode) that they want me to do standup comedy... And I'm like, "you mean in front of people!?!?".
    i'm not sure being an E makes you any better at that. i can get on a funny roll sometimes but i'm not always super excited about talking in front of people. it takes a few minutes for me to get over being nervous and to engage them. you actually might find being a standup comic as an I easier, because standup is mostly you talking, and not a dialogue... whenever i speak publicly i really like to get the audience engaged, otherwise i sort of lose track of what's going on and go off on tangents.

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    A very, very sad ENFP =( But this shit cracks me up, every time!

    "Peter you SUCK! Peter you SUCK! Peter you don't do ANYTHING OF VALUE!!!"

    Is it sick that I laugh at this?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pB_1t-Vn6Vs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huxley3112
    Is it sick that I laugh at this?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pB_1t-Vn6Vs


    i guess maybe it would be sad if i saw it in context but it's hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huxley3112 View Post
    A very, very sad ENFP =( But this shit cracks me up, ever time!

    "Peter you SUCK! Peter you SUCK! Peter you don't do ANYTHING OF VALUE!!!"

    Is it sick that I laugh at this?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pB_1t-Vn6Vs
    YES YES YES OMG HE IS AN ENFP I LOVE THAT FUCKING SCENE. The first time I saw that movie I posted that video from You Tube on my My Space profile because I thought it was so hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post


    i guess maybe it would be sad if i saw it in context but it's hilarious.
    No, it's also funny in context.

    It's like that Adam Sandler version of "Love Stinks" in The Wedding Singer .

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    Not sure if she's ISFP or INFP, but she had beautiful things to say.

    [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaRam7n_1mI]/[/youtube]

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    @sky: i'm not sure being an E makes you any better at that. i can get on a funny roll sometimes but i'm not always super excited about talking in front of people. it takes a few minutes for me to get over being nervous and to engage them. you actually might find being a standup comic as an I easier, because standup is mostly you talking, and not a dialogue... whenever i speak publicly i really like to get the audience engaged, otherwise i sort of lose track of what's going on and go off on tangents.
    Interesting point! I am just very shy. (Which most of my friends find hilarious when I say that, but is the truth... I am just more adept at hiding it now... Although I can still blush at the drop of a hat.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Not sure if she's ISFP or INFP, but she had beautiful things to say.

    [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaRam7n_1mI]/[/youtube]
    I think she's INFJ. Ni vision + Fe caring, nurturing and primary focus on humanitarianism. wanting to "contribute to a whole chain of events" sounds very INFJ to me. her interests also more collective (not necessarily collectivist, but collective)
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    Most NFs are humanitarian in one way or another.. even the despondent or misguided ones. Personally, I'd like to drop my humanity temporarily and put my foot up the ass of any that aren't.

    The other points are worth considering though.

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