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    Which NF is the most emotionally/actually stable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhimsyGirl View Post
    Which NF is the most emotionally/actually stable?
    Wow, this is tough. I think all having an emotional stability can be seen as a challenge to most NFs.

    I would say ENFP as they really tried hard to stay away from conflicts, unless others initiated or it's not Fi-related issues.


    Which NF is most nostalgic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crescent Fresh View Post
    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.





    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?
    I agree with INFJ for best with children, due to the almost psychic connection. I also think INFJ would be the most stubborn, because they are described as the most independent of all the NFs.

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    Most nostalgic: ENFJ and INFP

    Which NF was most likely to be voted as class clown in high school?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparrow View Post
    Most nostalgic: ENFJ and INFP

    Which NF was most likely to be voted as class clown in high school?

    This gotta be ENFP.


    Which NF has a strong tendency of becoming nihilistic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crescent Fresh View Post
    This gotta be ENFP.


    Which NF has a strong tendency of becoming nihilistic?
    Trick question: all NFs have built-in anti-nihilism mechanisms.

    Which NF is most likely to start a revolution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    Trick question: all NFs have built-in anti-nihilism mechanisms.

    Which NF is most likely to start a revolution?
    ENFP's for sure.

    Which NF do you want on your side in a knife fight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever_Jung View Post
    ENFP's for sure.

    Which NF do you want on your side in a knife fight?
    any NF that is an E8

    which NF is most likely to beat Chuck Norris in a fight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    any NF that is an E8

    which NF is most likely to beat Chuck Norris in a fight?
    ENFP

    Which NF has the most refined taste?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparrow View Post
    ENFP

    Which NF has the most refined taste?
    ENFP (or any NF that is 3w4)

    which NF is most likely to start up a successful company?
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