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    Wow, I think this thread so far reflects more the INTP/ENTP dynamic than the ENXP OP question. I'm just waiting for the thread to get moved.

    On the surface, ENTP and ENFP look the same *to outsiders*. ENTPs and ENFPs IRL can tell each other apart.

    But the real difference is about what goes on inside, how you process and filter reality, etc.

    You think you don't care about things -- is this because there are blockages and you aren't letting yourself be vulnerable and feel these things?

    Everyone has a 'natural' or 'most healthy' or 'most functional' level of emotionality - sensitivity, receptivity, expressiveness, etc.

    It's not unusual for ENFPs or other 'F' types to have a period where they feel hard or cold or more detached. Especially as safety or recovery mechanisms. It is in fact, because you are so sensitive that you take things harder and have to shut off or let go.

    I think the difference between and ENFP and ENTP or really any 'F' vs 'T' is that this makes the F miserable. Whereas if detachment and stoicism etc. is *natural* for you, you won't feel miserable. Hopefully?

    Ask why not what. That's your best bet for figuring this all out.
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    Wow, I think this thread so far reflects more the INTP/ENTP dynamic
    I entirely agree. Its no use beating the Jack. He owns 90% market share of Typology Central Inc. The only way to challenge him is to accumulate more post counts than him. which i doubt is highly possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by untypable View Post
    I entirely agree. Its no use beating the Jack.
    [youtube=BwE_eh12TYw]Please let me keep it![/youtube]

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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    no one that isn't totally gullible likes you
    here, fixed.
    Poor Jack. If I were a true ENFP, I'd probably feel sorry for him sometimes.

    Well, ganging up against him is a bit easy, but the truth is he deserves it.

    (And by the way, I have to admit it's pleasing to see him humiliated one more time. It won't improve anything, but it's pleasing...)

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    The funny part: He's getting off on all the attention. Let's stop giving it.

    /thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    The funny part: He's getting off on all the attention. Let's stop giving it.

    /thread
    TBH I could do without it, but I am amused at the consistency of ENTPs wondering how the hell they don't know where to start at what they thought was their own game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    TBH I could do without it, but I am amused at the consistency of ENTPs wondering how the hell they don't know where to start at what they thought was their own game.
    yeah. that's the problem. my personality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    yeah. that's the problem. my personality.
    I's only talkin' about those who had a beef.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    I's only talkin' about those who had a beef.
    oh. well, hell, then i'm outta here.
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    My gf is an ENFP and we hang out with similar crowds so I was able to observe how she interacts with same people that I do and compare. Although I'm extremely social she is able to bond much more rapidly and be able to call a person to hang out 3 times quicker than I do.

    I think that although people let my edgy humorous dickishness slide and even often enjoy it, it does put some off at subconscious level and an ENFP would not have that problem. ENFPs are just better at interpersonal organization and making people feel at ease (not as good as ENFJs but able to hold their own).

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