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    Default An ENFP's Bedroom - can you relate?

    If you're an ENFP, then you might have a messy bedroom:

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    is this your step-daughter's room?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chickpea View Post
    is this your step-daughter's room?
    No. She's an ESFP anyway.
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    My mom is an ENFP and her entire house is a mess because she's a hoarder. Not like the TV show level of hoarding but still. And living with that my entire life is, I think, what caused me to develop OCPD around the time I started college and got away from that environment. I mean, I don't think it's a characteristic of an ENFP to have a messy living space, but yeah, I know of one.
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    Where are all the plates of rotting food?

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    That's not so bad.
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    Mine is thousands of times worse than that. To recreate my room you need:

    -A layer of dirty clothes.
    -A layer of dirty plates, trays, etc.
    -A layer of papers, notebooks, pencils, dirty brushes.
    -A layer of plastic bags and food packaging.
    -A chair with clothes you'll rescue from the floor because you could wear them at least once more.
    -Open drawers with nothing in them (because everything is on the floor).
    -A bed that has never been made.
    -College stuff on the bed (that at night moves itself on the clothes you salvaged on the chair).
    (Optional) Dead bodies.

    If you take a sample of the floor, following the layers I just mentioned, you'll have a pretty good idea of how many months it's been since mommy came to visit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smilephantomhive View Post
    That's not so bad.
    It's bad when her elderly mother straightens up the room but throws things away that shouldn't be thrown away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CitizenErased View Post
    Mine is thousands of times worse than that. To recreate my room you need:

    -A layer of dirty clothes.
    -A layer of dirty plates, trays, etc.
    -A layer of papers, notebooks, pencils, dirty brushes.
    -A layer of plastic bags and food packaging.
    -A chair with clothes you'll rescue from the floor because you could wear them at least once more.
    -Open drawers with nothing in them (because everything is on the floor).
    -A bed that has never been made.
    -College stuff on the bed (that at night moves itself on the clothes you salvaged on the chair).
    (Optional) Dead bodies.

    If you take a sample of the floor, following the layers I just mentioned, you'll have a pretty good idea of how many months it's been since mommy came to visit.
    Are you an ENFP? Yes I know I didn't specify who should relate or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    It's bad when her elderly mother straightens up the room but throws things away that shouldn't be thrown away.

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    Are you an ENFP? Yes I know I didn't specify who should relate or not.
    That's inconsiderate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smilephantomhive View Post
    That's inconsiderate.
    My wife says that one reason she married me is because I am such a considerate person.
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