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  • ENFP

    14 21.88%
  • ENFJ

    14 21.88%
  • INFJ

    25 39.06%
  • INFP

    11 17.19%
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    Quote Originally Posted by nozflubber View Post
    I voted ENFP on the assumption she wouldn't be a slut and cheat, which I've read can be a problem for 'em.
    A.) This is complete bollocks.

    B.) I hate the word slut, and I hate both men and women who refer to women as sluts.

    C.) So, apparently, I hate you!

    D.)
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    An ENFJ or ENFP would be far too tiring, an INFP would mean nothing would ever get done around the house, so INFJ it is
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    ENFJs would help me get out of the house more... I've become a real hermit as of late. They're also quite charming.

    INFJs are my second choice, however in my experience (I only know one) they can be a bit sensitive and miscommunications abound.

    Another ENFP would be fun for 3 days. After that, burn-out and boredom.

    INFP is my last choice. Fi is a pain in the ass (believe me, I know)!

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    Okay, just for the record, I'm ENFP, happily married, and that is that. So we do not all live up to that awful reputation.
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    ENFJ, hands down.

    ENFP is too flighty and/or temperamental for me personally, although I love bouncing around the cosmos with them. (Me and Targ, wheee!)

    INFJs, I like but I can't read most of them and I get confused. They internalize a lot, in general, and the Ni leaves them very inscrutable unless they are very good at putting out steady signals.

    I love INFPs but there is still a Ti/Fi clash. INFP friends are good to talk to, but I don't know about marriage.

    ENFJs are extroverted but in a low-key way (so they're engaging).
    Their Ni means they usually can see my POV and that of others, and I have a strong Ni. Also allows for lots of fun moments.
    They also tend to be responsible and are thinking long-term about other people's personal growth and care about it -- same as I do. I am more primarily an explorer and model builder, but usually to the ends of growth for people, and they have similar passions. I have a stroke of seriousness underneath all the goofy, and they have it too.
    Their Fe and mine actually locks up too, there are certain ways people should be treated, so we both have similar interaction styles in that way and agree on a "best approach."
    Finally, I like them being F's because if I was with a T, I'd probably end up having to play more "F" and I just cannot do it long-term to that degree. The T person would also feel far too cold to me and I couldn't make a deep-enough connection. The F provided by the ENFJ gives me space to be me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolyn Beine View Post
    Okay, just for the record, I'm ENFP, happily married, and that is that. So we do not all live up to that awful reputation.
    We each get a unique, awful reputation, didn't you know that?


    Ummm... This is hard to pick. My first point is the old rule that type may not be a good gauge for picking a partner.

    If I could assume things about the relationship, though, this would still be tough. I have a bias toward NFs, so it's a close competition. I'm probably going to say ENFJ > ENFP > INFP > INFJ.

    Unfortunately, I'm kind of scarred with INFPs because my mom is one, and I don't like her, and I don't want people to torment me with Freudian bullcrap. Even still, they go higher than INFJs because they have a real tendency to depress me... Also, there's another family problem there. One of my brothers is an INFJ, and that kind of numbs it for me.
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    INFJ is probably the only NF type i'd be interested in. ENFJ is possible i guess if they were healthy.

    but i just like those NT girls so much more...

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    I'm not attracted to NFs at all in terms of romantic love/attraction but I do have a couple of NF friends. I'm really only attracted to T-men.

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    INFP.

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    I chose my type since I married an NT.
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