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    The High Priestess Amargith's Avatar
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    To try and figure out (and never quite succeed): INTJs and INTPs and maybe ENTJs
    To have tons of fun with: ESFPs, ENFJs and other NFP's
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    Introverted intuitive types I can relate to well.

    If I ever met a typical ENTP or ENFP, I think I would admire them.

    However, I don't have a particular favourite type.

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    It's all situational.. everyone's got something to offer.

    If I want someone to deal more effectively and warmly with other people, ENFJ. They make great business partners.. I take care of operations planning, and they take care of motivating people to help me make it happen. The combination of what many refer to as Fe and Te really can be an amazing synergy. I'm pretty sure it's an unstoppable force..

    ISTJs are masters of taking care of the details on work projects, so long as I can keep them on task While their attention to detail should just bewilder and annoy me, I find that the balancing force is very helpful. I work with them explicitly so things are done more "right."

    If I want to have theoretical discussion and exercise my brain, INTP. Especially when you get them talking about an area of interest, they'll ramble on for hours.

    Learning about cooking, art, decorating, and the other finer things in life? ESFP.

    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    maybe ENTJs
    Yeah, we're actually pretty easy to figure out, except maybe in the emotional realm. We either ignore our emotions or try to analyze them for very little gain

    .. also, to that end, ENFPs are absolute masters of helping sorting out personal crap and psychological baggage. Every good counselor I've had has been ENFP, and they work miracles. ENFJs are close.. but they tend to tell me how I should act and feel, where ENFPs just help me naturally draw out helpful conclusions about my actions and feelings just through talking about them.

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    ISFP They rock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Let me rephrase...All of them except ENTP.
    because we can see through your bullshit, frustrations and think you're a small small man ?
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    All of them

    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    because we can see through your bullshit, frustrations and think you're as a small small man ?


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    From what I've experienced I'd say that ISTJs and ENFXs are my favourite types.
    Is not to be held accuntable for peeling errors.

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    Haven't whittled it down yet. Favorite extroverted type: ENFJ! Yeah, I drank the cool aid. I find the _NFJs generally the least irritating. Even their hissyfits endear them to me.
    IS_Js are sometimes rad, sometimes bad. Maybe I'm biased because the women often seem the former and men the latter.
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    the top 3 Awesomest People in my life within even the past year are all NFP, so I'm going to say xNFP. ENFPs specifically though have always made me so happy to just...be around a person. Which is a unique feeling indeed.

    (That's even before I knew about typology, or what letters to call them by!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    All of them
    Everyone who isn't unhealthy psychologically is my favorite. Yes that includes ESTJs, ESFJs, ENTJs etc (whoever else has a bad rep for whatever reason).
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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