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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkgraffiti View Post
    I have a feeling @LadyX @Amargith you're just being trolled. he likes it. also, you can't undumb the bumb. i'm sorry for whoever listens to his opinions but then again, you also have to trust that people are intelligent and have their own personal filter for bullshitery, so i'd advise you to not waste your time feeding this stupid negativity
    You beat me to this observation. I know if I really disliked a particular group, I wouldn't bother telling someone else how to find them, or hang around a thread designed to pull them out of the woodwork.

    Two qualities ENFPs and INTJs seem to share are a healthy disdain for self-styled authorities, and a desire for interactions that go beyond superficial adulation. Not surprising DJ has issues with at least some of us.

    On topic: sorry I can't contribute to the ENFP hunt, but I can attest to the fact that often they will indeed find us, and it is usually worthwhile in the end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Arendee View Post
    I recently had to block 3 ENFP's from the typefront facebook page because they were messaging me trying to convince me I'm an INFJ, and because they were also infatuated with me but also wanted to hate me all at the same time. And yes, the words out of their mouthes, after asking them why they were messaging me were, "Because I'm infatuated"

    My bias against ENFP's is because they are crazy and won't fuck off.
    DJ...for some reason I find myself wanting to pick on you...hmm, that is non-typical for me. Like pick on you in a fun sort of way, cause it feels like you are being whiny with Fi.....(this is not the truth, just my incorrect perception)

    I wonder what gives...I was with an ISTP for about ten years and I was always careful to give him freedom and space and never really felt the urge to pick on him, but something about your interaction style is tempting....I think you may be being incorrectly read as a cranky INTJ or something by the enfps, thus they engage with you, I dunno...

    edit-also good point cor has-why do you engage the enfps on thier thread? Just crank up the Fe and shun them if you dont want to be bothered by them??

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    Personally, I think some ENFPs might be reading too much into things.

    It's like unless we mention either an intellectual sort of place or a totally generic one (thus, actively avoiding the 'wacky' ENFP stereotype), it must mean we have a low opinion on them.

    The point of this thread is not to let the world know that ENFPs can be found in shopping malls and in grocery stores (just like everyone else) - it's to find out places where the ENFP ratio should be statistically relevant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    Personally, I think some ENFPs might be reading too much into things.

    It's like unless we mention either an intellectual sort of place or a totally generic one (thus, actively avoiding the 'wacky' ENFP stereotype), it must mean we have a low opinion on them.

    The point of this thread is not to let the world know that ENFPs can be found in shopping malls and in grocery stores (just like everyone else) - it's to find out places where the ENFP ratio should be statistically relevant.
    Actually the only issue any one had was with djs post #41 where he said anywhere that brings a lot of attention to ourself. Banging pots and pans etc. and it bugged us because he has not been shy about his disdain for enfps. That's it. Not another post in this thread indicating anyone is taking anything too seriously. So basically your whole post is based on nothing.

    Just saying...

    But I think a lot are waiters or bartenders and in school for some creative field or psychology... Maybe taking some creative classes... Or hair school it make up or fashion et c
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    ^^ iPhone typos don't feel like editing. :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orobas View Post
    I wonder what gives...I was with an ISTP for about ten years and I was always careful to give him freedom and space and never really felt the urge to pick on him, but something about your interaction style is tempting....I think you may be being incorrectly read as a cranky INTJ or something by the enfps, thus they engage with you, I dunno.
    Our crankiness usually manifests as snarkiness, sarcasm, self-aggrandizement that actually has some substance, and occasionally lectures. DJ seems more like an ESFP with a bee in his bonnet about . . . something? Reminds me of those middle school boys who show off and tease the girls to get their attention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    ^^ iPhone typos don't feel like editing. :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    Our crankiness usually manifests as snarkiness, sarcasm, self-aggrandizement that actually has some substance, and occasionally lectures. DJ seems more like an ESFP with a bee in his bonnet about . . . something? Reminds me of those middle school boys who show off and tease the girls to get their attention.
    I think in all honesty were just not as swayed by his charms as the other types or we call him on his bullshit and challenge him more than his ego can tolerate.
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    I don't know. Of the eight profiles Jung describes, the only one he singles out for being explicitly egocentric are Ne types. I think this is what DJ Arendee was referencing, with a heaping teaspoon of hyperbole.

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    I've never read that and its not true at all ime. Yeah we can be enthusiastic and have way more faith in our intuition and ability than one would describe as reasonable but the most narcissistic people I've known we're istj and intp. Egomaniacs come in all personality types tho and I think it's fair to say someone who thinks himself worthy to educate the masses in typology on YouTube and claims to be a life coach is someone with a reasonably large ego.
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