"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray
The only problem I end up having with NFs is how exasperated I can get by their logic. At some point, it'll get to where I'm thinking "I agree with everything you said, but have no clue how the hell you got there. Not only that, but you've done nothing to convince me that I should agree with you in the course of the conversation." Of course, political junkie that I am, I start formulating strategies and arguments in my head to advance their perspectives on things.
The fun part comes when I decide to share these arguments with them, simply because I'm excited about their possibilities, and hoping they'll be excited that they may have a better chance of convincing people to come around to their way of thinking. This inevitably backfires, as the comments that often pop up is "you make it sound so cold and self-serving" among introverts and a bitter "well, I guess so, politics as usual" among extraverts. I'm thinking "well yeah, that's the genius of it - doing what you think (notice the usage) is right by working the system and convincing others that your way of thinking is actually in their best interest", while never really comprehending the visceral disgust that NFs have for that means of cognition.
NF's are not my friend. I cannot understand their constant stream of tears and ideas that make no logical sense.
"Fools who wear their hearts proudly on their sleeves,
who cannot control their emotions, who wallow in sad
memories and allow themselves to be provoked this
easily -- weak people, in other words -- they stand no chance."
I actually really like NFs, especially INFPs and INFJs. I feel like they bring me different perspectives and ideas that I wouldn't normally consider. They're certainly incredibly more interesting than SJs and SPs.