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    My current answer is: all the 4 IN's. Weirdly, INTP is probably the least favorite of those 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    My current answer is: all the 4 IN's. Weirdly, INTP is probably the least favorite of those 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    I'm not gay though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    I'm not gay though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    My current answer is: all the 4 IN's. Weirdly, INTP is probably the least favorite of those 4.
    I would of thought INTJ actually
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    The easiest people for me to talk to about nothing all day long: ESFJ, ESFP, ISxJ, some ENFJs.

    Mostly like ENFJs as female friends, though, I totally thought my ESFJ sister was one. I'm more likely to go for SFJ in men; they're supportive and attentive and easy to hang out with, but still show enough masculinity for me to think they're hot.

    I used to think I liked INTJs but the truth is I just find them perplexing, probably the way NFPs see STJs. I think they're just my opposite, but in reality there is just less than nothing there, except for occasional mayhem, baseless attraction, and conflict.

    ENTJs are better. ENTJs I get along with better for some reason; in fact I like ENTJs better than ESTJs, even though I think I like ISTJs better than INTJs. Does that even make sense?

    Maybe it's the shared sensing function. ISTJs are Si dom and at least ENTJs have Se in their tertiary, and can seem ESTP-ish at times.

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    How is ISTP not running away with this? I mean they are the most unique people in the world who pay no heed to societal obligations and live a life of endlessly extreme rides, not to mention their super logical minds of indomitable willpower and intellect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    How is ISTP not running away with this? I mean they are the most unique people in the world who pay no heed to societal obligations and live a life of endlessly extreme rides, not to mention their super logical minds of indomitable willpower and intellect.
    For someone so in awe of logic im surprised to cannot see the flaw with these exaggerated statments. Of course you could be joking....

    In any case, for me I suppose...I dont know. I would have to say based mainly upon here, (since I dont bother typing that much in real life), INFJ's/ INTJ's/ ENFP's/ENTP's.

    But dont read too much into that as I generally find I get along with pretty much anyone from any type. The only recurring conflicts ive had seem to be with INP's. Although this in no way is the influence for anything towards anyone, it is merely a recollection and colours nothing of my relationships towards future or current INP's.
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    I find Ns like and admire other Ns and S's admire other S's. I personally enjoy the company of those who talk alot and are enthusiastic and are alot of fun I just hate talking. So I say EXFPs and ENTPS for me.

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