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    11 32.35%
  • ENFP

    20 58.82%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sachetan View Post
    I've found a lot in common with ESFPs. Laughter, creativeness, curiosity and a visionary way of looking at life. The main difference is their willingness to be out there performing a lot (I think it's kind of "serving the public") and their subjectiveness in decision-making (versus taking everything and all opinions into consideration).

    ENFPs have also something in common (outspokenness, willingness to take a stand in life) too, but I find them a lot more serious and not quite that creative.
    that's crazy talk.
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    I've always gotten along well with INTPs and ENFPs.


    I... suppose. Yeah!

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    ENFP - love them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    ENTP - No anthem. Shift. Change. Chameleon.
    I'm quite partial to "I did it my way"

    or some lyricless spacey jazz fusion from the 70s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sachetan View Post
    ENFPs have also something in common (outspokenness, willingness to take a stand in life) too, but I find them a lot more serious and not quite that creative.
    No, you were hanging out with other ENTPs. Very confused ones, at that.

    Because you can't spell "Slaughter" without "Laughter"

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    Quote Originally Posted by dga View Post
    I'm quite partial to "I did it my way"
    That is my theme song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dga View Post
    I'm quite partial to "I did it my way"
    Yes, very appropo for ENTPs and/or masturbation. Self-pleasing, both a 'em too.


    or some lyricless spacey jazz fusion from the 70s
    Not that I don't already get asked often whether I'm off-me-rocker high most of the times; this should 'help' the case.

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    We're reaaaaally not very similar to ESTPs at all. We may look similar on the surface (indeed, socionics calls ENTP/ESTP "lookalikes") but in actually our motivations and thought processes are extremely different. I have a few ESTP friends but we only bond over particular activities that we both happen to enjoy--never really connect deeply on an intellectual or emotional level.

    As Nocapszy said, often I feel closer to INTJs than to INTPs. Supposedly that's because we both place N above T in our priority systems, though we have it directed outwardly and theirs is inward.

    Of the four choices given, I went with INTP. I must confess that I'd rather hang out with an ENFP casually or socially, but I feel like as far as intimate friendships or relationships I really need other NTs. INTPs can be a pain in the ass, but they're more of a mirror for the way I think, perceive and behave in most respects, and so I'm forced to admit that they're probably our closest relatives.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    that's crazy talk.
    Haha yes, yes it is. "More serious and not quite that creative" sounds like more of an ISTJ description!

    The only thing ENFPs are more serious about is insisting upon social harmony and always having the utmost respect for everyone's feelings and viewpoints. This is a good idea in principle, but, similarly to the ways ENTPs don't know when to stop spewing rational pattern observations, you guys can take this one a little too far at times. There do actually exist situations in which conflict is healthy and productive.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    now...who's being serious?
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
    -Jim Morrison

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