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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    Some of "us" claim to be "ENFP", when clearly some of "us" aren't.

    Please see below as a classic example of this impostor phenomenon.
    Though I would've picked them on writing style rather than content. ENFPs can have strange senses of humour and ways of making a point. Though vulgarity for the sake of it is pretty uncommon. The style of the follow up confirmed your suspicions a bit. Can't remember type that does it that way, but it isn't an ENFP trait. Headhurts might want to check INFP also. INFPs normally have a bit more evil humour in them, that comment sounded a bit Fe. Maybe an INFJ?

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    Dude's what the hell?

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    just the way i feel.

    a lot of girls do derive too much emotion from sex

    and it is possible to be in love without sex. was something i wanted to know can happen...

    its pretty extreme, but i needed a period of cleansing too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Modern Nomad View Post
    just the way i feel.

    a lot of girls do derive too much emotion from sex

    and it is possible to be in love without sex

    its pretty extreme, but i needed a period of cleansing too.
    I don't completely disagree with the point, just how you made it. Most people attach more if they have slept with eachother. It's sort of a human trait.

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    No idea here, dare I use the V word to describe myself. Sadly but proudly (by choice), yes I am a virgin, but I have been told that there is no such thing as casual sex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noigmn View Post
    I don't completely disagree with the point, just how you made it. Most people attach more if they have slept with eachother. It's sort of a human trait.
    still not sure what u mean at all

    but yea, i ranged from little bit E to moderate more E, and a little more P than J. but its the same all 3 or 4 times i took it overall. if thats what u mean...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Modern Nomad View Post
    still not sure what u mean at all

    but yea, i ranged from little bit E to moderate more E, and a little more P than J. but its the same all 3 or 4 times i took it overall. if thats what u mean...
    Yeh, it's cool. If you're in a shit spot then might be ENFP, just it was uncharacteristic for ENFPs normally so I was seconding Captain Chicks response. Don't know why but I don't even go that sort of comment in the sporting change rooms when the rest of the guys are. If I felt I had to say it I'd try to find ways to avoid it.

    My comment on the follow up was because it is also unusual for an ENFP to not do the backdown in that case. Instead you went the attempt at readjusting and being right, no hint of apology. Which I class more with Fe and non NFs, from what I've seen most ENFPs don't really mind being wrong that much. Though it is characteristic if you are in the shits and it is really holding you down and frustrating you. ENFP won't back down easily at all in that case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noigmn View Post
    Yeh, it's cool. If you're in a shit spot then might be ENFP, just it was uncharacteristic for ENFPs normally so I was seconding Captain Chicks response. Don't know why but I don't even go that sort of comment in the sporting change rooms when the rest of the guys are. If I felt I had to say it I'd try to find ways to avoid it.

    My comment on the follow up was because it is also unusual for an ENFP to not do the backdown in that case. Instead you went the attempt at readjusting and being right. Which I class more with Fe, from what I've seen most ENFPs don't really mind being wrong that much. Though it is characteristic if you are in the shits and it is really holding you down and frustrating you. ENFP won't back down easily at all in that case.
    oh. i guess its more reflective of my thought processes with some... relationships i am dealing with... my not backing down is probably more to do with loyalty to something in this case...

    but yeah. i dunno why i bothered to mention it in the first place. some spur of the moment thing i guess...

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    I'd say that last sentence is pretty ENFP, though..
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    haha thnx enfp homies! lol

    i think i had some profound realizations about myself in the past few posts... this is some good stuff... ^_^

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