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    Quote Originally Posted by colmena View Post
    I'd like to be in the presence of an ENFP/INFJ couple. I doubt I'd come away the same person.
    I think I have been. My former pastor and his wife are ENFP/INFJ if my guess is right. They seem to have a good chemistry and be very happy together. I really enjoy my INTP partner, but I don't have any problem believing ENFP/INFJ can be a fantastic match.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    What?!?!?

    rofl!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    I would think the NF^2 factor would get suffocating though.

    Like wouldn't that just be too much passion and emotion.
    What do you mean? Two people that are NF could more easily communicate, right? Sorry, I'm still new to MBTI..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Ayrab View Post
    Also, are all INFJ's really that awsome and sincere that you will watch out for someone behind their back and never mention it to them, what I mean do you really just do it because you care and expect nothing in return, because that really makes me so fuzzy inside when it happened to me.
    There are certain people that I care extremely deeply for. Guy friends and girl friends and of course family. I won't hesitate to drop what I'm doing to help them out or 'rescue' them. It can even be fore people that I don't know that well - hard to explain there, but yea. I suppose for me it's the level of devotion and affection that I long for, so, at least if I can't get it from someone I'll do it for someone else. Doing that at least let's me feel it at some level even if it's all me. Most people, though, reciprocate.


    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Ayrab View Post
    Also are all of you freaking Vaginas that won't stand up for yourselves and prefer to be passive aggressive about the situation, or do you like ripping new assholes. All those attributes give me the impression of a sincere kind hearted human that I just want to hug...
    I'm very passive aggressive for the most part. I suppose in the back of my mind I'm sending all these signals, "Hey, can't you tell I don't like this?" or "Get a clue, I couldn't care less so get off my case", "You'd never be able to understand so just forget about it". Eventually whatever situation I'm in will end and it's easier to just wait it out rather than get confrontational about it.

    IF i do rip a new asshole on someone I feel horrible and usually apologize soon after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AvereX View Post
    My favorite INFJ-ENFP scene is when an ENFP stands their ground against something
    says something totally cruel
    and then storms out
    then i meet them in the hallway by their locker
    i try to cheer (s)he up
    (s)he says thanks as (s)he cries
    and we start to hang out
    do you ever use self-deprecation to help you cheer someone up or get out of a sticky situation? it's one of my favs.

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    I find ENFPs to be a little exhausting. If I were going to use typology to pick an extraverted partner, I think ENTP would be it. They're still high energy, but not so... feely!
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    Haha, my mom was INFJ and my dad was ENFP. They were a really good couple. Lasted 22 years. Of course, the ENFP has to ruin it and see if the "grass is greener on the other side." Oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    I find ENFPs to be a little exhausting. If I were going to use typology to pick an extraverted partner, I think ENTP would be it. They're still high energy, but not so... feely!
    Hmm, I think I would love someone to be feely with me. Are you talking about wanting/needing physical affection or something different?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyst View Post
    Hmm, I think I would love someone to be feely with me. Are you talking about wanting/needing physical affection or something different?
    Eh, I was mostly being flippant. I do work better with NTs than NFs, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyst View Post
    do you ever use self-deprecation to help you cheer someone up or get out of a sticky situation? it's one of my favs.
    Yeah
    but more on the lines of
    " do you still have this ? People in [ unfortunate country ] don't have this, cheer up "
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