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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    ENFJ
    also, could you explain your reasoning for INFJ?
    I think INFJ have many qualities that can be benefitial to children. Being able to strongly empathize will help them to relate much deeper with their children, I think. What's more, they're good at one-on-one communication and it probably helps them to play the role as counselors when needed.

    Another point which I come across is that most INFJs have a very strong self-sacrificing nature to their loved ones, along with a strong appreciation in Arts, I think their children will be able to reward from enjoying arts or music once their potentials have been discovered by us.



    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    Which is the most stubborn?
    Tough call. I've been thinking about either INFJ or ENFP, but I'm voting for INFJ as it takes a lot of energy for us to accept any change within an established system.



    Next question: Who is more talented in music or singing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malkavia View Post
    Which type is most likely to become depressed?
    Instinct tells me to go with INFP.

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    Next question: Who is more talented in music or singing?
    Not type-related. I flipped two coins and Lady Luck says ENFP, so ENFP it is.

    Which flavour of NF produces the best writers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza_tema View Post
    Instinct tells me to go with INFP.



    Not type-related. I flipped two coins and Lady Luck says ENFP, so ENFP it is.

    Which flavour of NF produces the best writers?
    probably INFP

    which type is the most manipulative?

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza_tema View Post
    Not type-related. I flipped two coins and Lady Luck says ENFP, so ENFP it is.
    I'm curious because out of 5 ENFPs that I know of, they're all either damn good at singing or playing a musical instruments.



    Which flavour of NF produces the best writers?
    I get the feeling the INFPs are damn fine writers, but I haven't met any personally yet.

    I like the style of writing from ENFPs particulary the perfect choice of applying analogy in general, yet I do enjoy INFJs metaphoric aesthetic.

    But I felt I've always learned a little more insights from ENFPs as INFJs writing structure is quite familiar to me.

    So ENFP.


    Next question: Who gets jealous easily?

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    ^ Who gets jealous easily?

    In my experience I would have to say INFP. My ex was SUPER jealouse!

    Where do INFJs like to hang out at? What do they like to do for fun?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparrow View Post
    Where do INFJs like to hang out at? What do they like to do for fun?
    1. Cafe that's quiet (can be difficult to find one these days) and bookstores.

    2. I think most INFJ love to have a deep conversation in a comfy book cafes or anything that's relaxing and tranquilizing with a company of three, or less.


    Next question: Which type has the biggest heart to forgive and forget?

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    ENFJ

    Which type is the most devoted to a long-term relationship?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily flower View Post
    ENFJ

    Which type is the most devoted to a long-term relationship?
    INFJ

    Which type is most likely to enjoy sport?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunnyhighbrow View Post
    INFJ

    Which type is most likely to enjoy sport?
    ENFJ.

    Which type is the biggest player?
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    Quote Originally Posted by animenagai View Post
    ENFJ.

    Which type is the biggest player?
    This question almost kills the thread!


    Once again, this is just based on my observation from my friends: ENFJ


    The most stubborn type?

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