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    Quote Originally Posted by InaF3157 View Post
    and I'm not following you!
    HA! Hahaha. :yim_rolling_on_the_

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    I don't think NT women and F men are good relationship material as a general rule.

    There are exceptions of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzcrossed View Post
    Is this that chick from Michael and Michael have issues?
    I really don't recall her, um, materials being that big... if you mean the #1 chicka from last night's episode!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    I don't think NT women and F men are good relationship material as a general rule.

    There are exceptions of course.
    Aw, I just think you don't want the competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzcrossed View Post
    Aw, I just think you don't want the competition.
    Don't worry, you're not competition.


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    I have a few male ENFJ friends. I think ENFJ is a pretty masculine type, just like INFJ can be. Just because extroverted feeling is their dominant doesn't make them feminine, although they should be careful not to share their feelings at inappropriate times because they don't have intuition as their dominant function to tell them when or not to share information.

    As for INTP females...Well, here's one, talking about typology:

    YouTube - Myers Briggs (VQ #1): Does your MBTI change over time?

    P.S. I agree probably more INFJs and ENFJs are probably female than male...Although the same could be said about ENFP, ESFJ, ISFJ, ESFP, INFP and more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LotsOfHeart View Post
    P.S. I agree probably more INFJs and ENFJs are probably female than male...Although the same could be said about ENFP, ESFJ, ISFJ, ESFP, INFP and more.
    Well, it's true that I know what I feel, and so will you if I decide to reveal it. I think the key to an ENFJs masculinity is to both gain control over his emotions (learning when, when not to showcase them and not to dominate the situation; i.e. self-awareness), and to know when to shut up and listen--something Ni is good for and will eventually lend itself back to Fe if appropriate. Though my understanding of how it works may need some fine tuning.

    Touche MacGuffin, or should it be "McLovin"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzcrossed View Post
    Haha, wasn't my goal anyway Ina, I don't want you or anybody at the moment. But I'll toast:
    No need to protest so much - too much! I'm not neutralized yet. The rsistance continues.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzcrossed
    Originally Posted by InaF3157
    and I'm not following you!
    HA! Hahaha.
    My word. When I said to take 3/4 of what I said with a grain of humor, I didn't mean to start right then.

    Wait: are you just showing off the ENFJ propensity for drama and paranoia?

    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Don't worry, you're not competition.

    Sass: it's not just for INTP females.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzcrossed View Post
    I don't think you're describing a mature ENFJ for most of the last paragraph.
    No. They were.

    Crap. I just remembered I was in a relationship with an ENFJ for about two years. No joke. I probably blocked it out of my memory. It was that bad. Now here's the portrait for an immature/unhealthy ENFJ:

    The Good: I liked his charisma. I didn't have to do any "work" in social situations. He was very encouraging in any creative endeavor I pursued. Enthusiasm was contagious. Very protective and passionate. The sex was great but thinking of him now makes me almost physically ill.

    The Bad: Very protective. Jealous. Possessive. Manipulative. Used grandiose dreams to build an image of what he wanted or thought his life could be and he'd live in that idea. But it wasn't reality. He would "sell" himself on his own ideas but would never do any work to make them happen in the real world. Anytime you'd give him a dose of reality he would become petulant and stubborn. He would insult my personal beliefs if he didn't share the viewpoint. He was the king of the double standard. He would start arguments for no apparent reason. Played mind games. He could be verbally cruel if he wanted to be and sometimes he wanted to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by InaF3157 View Post
    No need to protest so much - too much! I'm not neutralized yet. The rsistance continues.
    Mmm...I always wanted to be the evil villian. Can I have a ring of power too?

    Quote Originally Posted by InaF3157 View Post
    My word. When I said to take 3/4 of what I said with a grain of humor, I didn't mean to start right then.
    Actually said that before I read your message. That was too funny. :yim_rolling_on_the_

    Quote Originally Posted by InaF3157 View Post
    Wait: are you just showing off the ENFJ propensity for drama and paranoia?
    :southern accent: Drama? From Lil' Ol' Me? Well, garsh Ms. Ina, heh heh, ain't you so sweet, but I don't know nothin 'bout no theatrics. I'as jus'
    b'in m'self.

    Quote Originally Posted by InaF3157 View Post
    paranoia?
    Well, maybe just my propensity for being in denial cause I think you already do.

    Quote Originally Posted by InaF3157 View Post
    Sass: it's not just for INTP females.
    It's okay, I know Mac-In-Tosh was the real proverbial apple in Blue's pic-a-nic basket.

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