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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    and then...

    THEY DIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    or.... turn into THIS!!!!! <cue dramatic horrifying music>

    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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    Quote Originally Posted by illume View Post
    I am a 46 year old ENFP. The good news for me is I am a LOT more assertive. I will pound someone's ass if they do something hurtful or disrespectful to me or someone I care about.
    Hormones? HRT maybe?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    Hormones? HRT maybe?

    Nope! Just making up for all those years when I was pushed around because I was not assertive enough to stick up for myself! Paybacks are hell.

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    Ghostbusters Marshmallow Man! HAAAAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAA AA!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by illume View Post
    Nope! Just making up for all those years when I was pushed around because I was not assertive enough to stick up for myself! Paybacks are hell.
    In other words, being the societally acceptable female of the day. Ladies do speak up sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    and then...

    THEY DIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    That's that what like you to believe.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    or.... turn into THIS!!!!! <cue dramatic horrifying music>

    Picture of fat puffy marshmallow man
    Jennifer -- how could you??



    Have you been spying on me???

    So what if I'm married to my deep fryer. So what if I eat smores for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. So whhhhhattt???

    You INTPs are all the same!!!

    :wails and runs out of room:

    Um, I'm going to seriously answer the OP later.

    (And you guys all say it's NF's who derail, sheesh)
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    OK, the one ENFP I know used to be a monk. Then he was unhappily married. He divorced, then met and married his true love, and is a rare bookseller specializing in William Blake. He's in his 60s now and probably would say he's in the prime of his life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by illume View Post
    Nope! Just making up for all those years when I was pushed around because I was not assertive enough to stick up for myself! Paybacks are hell.
    Im glad ur more assertive now and can stick up for yourself.

    As for OP:

    Couple of my relatives (aunts) are ENFPs. The one constant I noticed about them is change! They seem to seem crazier and crazier by the years. Like they do things more at a magnified rate, more louder, more wilder and more bolder!
    Its like as years go past, they dont really care about what people say, and seem to follow their heart more. Its like their causes get bigger, their searches more deeper and the expressions of themselves more amplified.
    This is what I have noticed about them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I'm glad I'm an INTP: I get to choose between social isolation vs. public eccentricity.
    You choose? Go for both, you deserve it

    There's nothing like true public eccentricity to drive off the herds
    Quote Originally Posted by Seanan View Post
    I find that's not type-dependent in talking to lots of women... happened to me between 45 and 50. My theory is that's why some men go to younger women they can still control.

    *running with arms covering head*
    But like the Murphey's... she's not bitter.

    You know men do progress too.... well some of us do...
    Just because it may still pass over our heads that if you buy two pairs shoes for
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    Im glad ur more assertive now and can stick up for yourself.

    As for OP:

    Couple of my relatives (aunts) are ENFPs. The one constant I noticed about them is change! They seem to seem crazier and crazier by the years. Like they do things more at a magnified rate, more louder, more wilder and more bolder!
    Its like as years go past, they dont really care about what people say, and seem to follow their heart more. Its like their causes get bigger, their searches more deeper and the expressions of themselves more amplified.
    This is what I have noticed about them.
    This does bring something to mind at least where I am concerned. I find that "sheep-like" unquestioning behavior in others drives me insane. It has gotten worse over the last few years. I can't understand not challenging stupid policies or going by certain religious beliefs just because "that's the way it has always been." If something is ridiculous it is ridiculous and it deserves to be questioned. Just because someone in authority or from some deity said it was right doesn't make it so. I do think ENFP's can become even more rebellious (as needed of course!!) as they grow older.

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