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    I can't answer for myself, for obvious reasons.. well unless people would like to change my sex as well as screw with my type that is.. but for my sister.

    What hobbies to do you have? I've heard ENFJ women like shoes.
    As far as I know she's not that into shoes. She'll certainly never wear any that cripple. I think she's of the opinion that if a bloke is interested then fine but if it requires all that then he's not worth it.
    What kind of art?
    Most of the time she seems to go for chinese lettering and other such broad stroke stuff. She's certainly not into the detailed stuff like me.
    Wine or beer? I'm guessing wine. What kind of wine?
    Spirits. I've not seen her drink beer or wine except when being sociable. Vodka I believe is the order of the day... or archers. Can't recall which is more prevalent.
    What food do you like?
    Chocolate. Since she was little she's had the habit of ordering the largest chocolate cake with chocolate sauce and chocolate flakes and then giving up half way through feeling a little ill.
    Which movies?
    Pretty much all of them. This girl has enough DVD's to require that she lists them in a spreadsheet.. also so she can keep track of who borrowed what. Her main love seems to be horrors and girlie flicks... not the sappy ones just the ones that make me cringe.
    What is your occupation?
    Mother. Studying psychology but as yet with an undertermined path after that (esp as she's expecting again)! It was going to be child psychology but something messed that up.
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Great answers thanks! I heard some source type Obama as an ENFJ, what do you think?

    Keirsey's site types him as a probable INTJ. I can see both. But seems more extraverted that a typical INTJ would be.

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    Lol! You know, LostInNerSpace has already posted a thread about his like of ENFJ's. I think that all of you female ENFJ's should just tell him how much you want his hot INTP bod all over yours and call it a day!
    "... you think deeply about stuff [that] nobody cares about and hardly anybody can understand you." ~ Peguy talking about Ni users. So true.

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    What hobbies to do you have?


    Linguistics, artwork (I'm graphite, color and watercolor), artwork (admiration of others), collecting old books, reading hideous bad paperback sci-fi from the 70s and 80s, crossword puzzles ad infinitum, obscure punk/new wave, pretending that Bruce Campbell is My Hott Boyfriend (tm), writing writing writing....


    (I've heard ENFJ women like shoes.)

    Dude. Seriously?

    Shoes aren't a hobby.

    But I do love shoes. I won't lie. My friends used to hang around and wait to see what I came out of the store with.

    What kind of art?

    Nothing too abstract. I hate jarring lines or a lack of human element. Primary colors in a painting strike me as too synthetic and put me off. (A bit of irony seeing as I love to wear 80s clothes and get accused of being a robot... )

    I prefer something like the Dutch masters, depth and shadow and a play of light. The human element.

    Wine or beer? I'm guessing wine. What kind of wine?

    Bleh.

    What food do you like?

    I'll skip this one.


    Which movies?


    Bladerunner, Mad Max, Jamaica Inn (1939), The Narrow Margin, Support Your Local Sheriff....


    What is your occupation?

    Was a mechanic. Auto and diesel, heavy equipment.



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    Quote Originally Posted by chris1207 View Post
    Lol! You know, LostInNerSpace has already posted a thread about his like of ENFJ's. I think that all of you female ENFJ's should just tell him how much you want his hot INTP bod all over yours and call it a day!
    An interesting organic sort of suggestion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    INTPs dissolve quickly in water, leave no strange residue, and bio-degrade. All braggable claims.
    That's why I bathe in gin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris1207 View Post
    Lol! You know, LostInNerSpace has already posted a thread about his like of ENFJ's. I think that all of you female ENFJ's should just tell him how much you want his hot INTP bod all over yours and call it a day!
    I've had some bizarre experiences with ENFJs. Never actually dated an ENFJ :-(. Looking back, all of the women I got on extrememly well with have been ENFJs. One told me that I was too late, that I missed my chance. The guy she married was in the next room. That has haunted me ever since. Another got married to my roommate. He gets so jealous I can't even say her name--he was almost in tears just as they were about to get married. I could mention three others; at least two I know for sure must be ENFJs. What can I say? I'm intrigued by the female ENFJ. So shoot me!
    Last edited by LostInNerSpace; 08-03-2008 at 07:35 AM.

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    I always hate being too late. Even as a J I have no concept of timing! And then afterwards it's kind of surreal because there was a chance that's no longer available. Most of the time I just assume that I don't have a chance with any girl.... Oh and Damn all women for always having boyfriends/husbands!!!!!!!!!!!!
    "... you think deeply about stuff [that] nobody cares about and hardly anybody can understand you." ~ Peguy talking about Ni users. So true.

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    That knife cuts both ways, my fellow ENFJ. All the guys I've been hot for? Taken. Married. Engaged. Gay.

    Deary me.

    I'm going to have to invade a lot of small commonwealths to make up for this.
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    [QUOTE=PinkPiranha;267117]
    What hobbies to do you have?


    Linguistics, artwork (I'm graphite, color and watercolor), artwork (admiration of others), collecting old books

    Well I'll be...

    What kind of art?

    Nothing too abstract. I hate jarring lines or a lack of human element. Primary colors in a painting strike me as too synthetic and put me off. (A bit of irony seeing as I love to wear 80s clothes and get accused of being a robot... )

    I prefer something like the Dutch masters, depth and shadow and a play of light. The human element.

    Have you seen Simon Schama's Power of Art? It's a PBS series, also on dvd now. We loved it at our house - Rembrandt was last week, David will be in August.
    Proud Female Rider in Maverick's Bike Club.

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