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    Well theoretically ENTJ's dominant Te and INFP's inferior Te would clash. I've been in that situation before, where 2 knew each other, and they really didn't get along too poorly. The Te bitched about the INFP sometimes behind his back for never doing chores and shit, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zago View Post
    Well theoretically ENTJ's dominant Te and INFP's inferior Te would clash. I've been in that situation before, where 2 knew each other, and they really didn't get along too poorly. The Te bitched about the INFP sometimes behind his back for never doing chores and shit, though.
    This is yet another great example of functional analysis gone completely off the rails, haywire, wrong, etc.

    And for the record, I believe the more popular dynamics theory is that matched dominant and inferior work quite well together. Not that I subscribe to that bull.

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    I can't think of any bad experiences with INFPs - and I think they're pretty cool I find them a lot more interesting than other introverted feeler types.

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    I like INFP's. We're both dreamers really, but our dreams seem to have different purposes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seraph View Post
    (1) sees a use for the interruption (food)
    This one's easy...

    (2) you humor him and make him laugh
    Not the best at it but could work...

    (3) he finds you more interesting than his work (It takes a lot to do this, but it happens).
    Like sexy time?


    Do these work on the girls too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    This is yet another great example of functional analysis gone completely off the rails, haywire, wrong, etc.

    And for the record, I believe the more popular dynamics theory is that matched dominant and inferior work quite well together. Not that I subscribe to that bull.
    Actually there is nothing in the theory that says someone with dominant one thing will clash with inferior of the same thing. So I guess I misspoke. I would definitely expect them to clash a little, though... and they did. A little. Dominant Ti and dominant Te clashed much more... me always wanting to smoke weed in the house and ignore social conventions.

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    Seems like that the people I make friends with easiest are INTPs and ENTPs, my very best friend being an ENTP. And I've always been fascinated between the bond between INFPs and NTPs, which I have heard that other INFPs have too?
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    By the way, I may be getting away from the main topic but..I would like to say that I really appreciate how ENTJs are really honest and straightforward..for instance, they can easily admitt that they can be hard headed, and they are clear when they want something, and I find that it's reasy easy to be myself around ENTJs..amost like a positive and negative pole attracting eachother..we both interact in a mutual manner. I feel I need the guidance, and ENTJs need the authority..so I find it works well..

    And I do spend a lot of time with ENTJs and ENTPs because my little sister is an ENTJ and my best friend is an ENTP.
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    I really enjoy the company of INFPs, I really do. They're the only type that can soften my inner cynical daemon: they have a way to get the best out of me like no others.
    INFPs are amongst the most complex types, and hence, amongst the most interesting to observe. And since most ENTPs enjoy nothing less than to observe and understand people, INFPs often make very enjoyable companions, whether as friends or as lovers.
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    Awesome responces guys.

    EDIT: I've always liked you NTs. I feel the most comfortable being myself around you guys.
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