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  • INTP

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  • ENFP

    20 58.82%
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    Interesting. I would say the same thing about you.
    Wow. You don't read a lot of my posts, do you?

    You would definitely be the first person I've ever encountered who's suggested that I might be driven more by empathy than by rationality. In fact, I constantly get lots of the exact opposite criticism from almost everyone I know.

    What on earth strikes you as ENFP about me?

    P.S.,

    I am, admittedly, glad to hear that someone thinks I show some kind of F sometimes. It really doesn't come naturally to me; working on that tertiary Fe is something I've had to put a great deal of effort into, and it's still so weak that most people don't even notice.
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    i've read maybe 10% of your posts i think but you seem 100% entp to me.
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    well, when i read an INTP's analytical thoughts on a subject, I really can see where they are like us. but i don't act like them...they tend to be much more reserved.
    ENFP's can be very high energy but they really are different from me...

    I can't say that I identify with one particular type...all of us are unique....i am ME

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    I have been tested as an INXP.

    I think it depends on function intensity and strength of letters
    There is alwayws one letter ytou can never change, and there are some letters thart switch back and forth.

    like I am P dominant so it is reallt difficlut for me to think like an entj
    These are combinations and variants I can think of:

    ENTP

    ENTP

    ENTP

    ENTP

    ENTP

    ENTP
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    i've read maybe 10% of your posts i think but you seem 100% entp to me.
    Yeah, I got into MBTI after reading the ENTP Profile description of my type on typelogic.com. It absolutely hit the nail so squarely on the head that I became determined to investigate this system further and see if it had similar accuracy for others.
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    Sorry, but I still think people misuse and misunderstand MBTI incredibly badly..
    I have taken lots of courses and belive me, you aren't 3 types or even types...you are on a continum of preferences and you aren't just a little box. I think so many want to have soemthing FIXED and rigid....so they can figure out the motivations and feelings of others, but it doesn't work that way..life never works that clearly...

    I think Jung and Isabel Meyers would be rolling over in their graves if they saw some of these comments..

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    Quote Originally Posted by pecan111 View Post
    Sorry, but I still think people misuse and misunderstand MBTI incredibly badly..
    I have taken lots of courses and belive me, you aren't 3 types or even types...you are on a continum of preferences and you aren't just a little box. I think so many want to have soemthing FIXED and rigid....so they can figure out the motivations and feelings of others, but it doesn't work that way..life never works that clearly...

    I think Jung and Isabel Meyers would be rolling over in their graves if they saw some of these comments..
    MBTI is all about stereotyping in the first place. I'm more than just an ENFP, myself. My ancestors would be rolling in their graves if they saw some of the things Jung and Meyers had to say about me, and they never met me either.

    Besides what did Jung or Meyers ever say about an ENFP with a strong Ti? It's all subjective in the end. We discuss in simplistic terms for kicks.

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    What i've noticed about ENTPs is that they act very like ENFPs on the outside but when you get a look into their heads there they think like INTPs.
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    "Intelligence is being able to hold too opposing views in the mind at the one time without going crazy" - Now all I need to figure out is if I'm intelligent or crazy!

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    I wonder who made the poll options. What a ridicously insane arrogance
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    I made them. do you want better?

    What is the difference between enfp and entp. It seems the functions are similar but they are very different inside.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

    "In this Caesar there are many Mariuses"~Sulla

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