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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Time View Post
    Although I've never known an INFJ (at a deep level), at least I don't think I have, I have reasoned in my mind many times that an INFJ would be a good match. I won't have to deal with too many uncomfortable extroverted situations/places, a deep intuitive understanding of each other, a nicer, gentler feeling side to complement my objective (and harsh) thinking, and organized and structured like me (especially since I am a germophobe...ENFPs are gross...and this is coming from a guy whos observed ENFP girls).

    However, where would I meet such an INFJ, they are even rarer than INTJs. Much too difficult to find, especially since I am part of the scientific community...those INFJs are impossible to meet...not to mention my lack of any friends outside of my science.
    I think germophobes are gross, they tend to be xenophobic as well, as well as self-hating human beings/animals.

    Shit, piss, disease, and death, and general *imperfection* are all inherent to life, if you reject or deny these things, you deny yourself of the truth about living systems/organisms.

    "ENFPs are gross."

    How dare you say such a subjective statement so categorically.

    You seem like an awkward and under-the-surface nasty person.

    Good luck finding a mate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtmac_46 View Post
    True, that. Though I end up rolling my eyes at their drama queen theatrics after a while.
    "Drama queen theatrics"



    Explain, please.

    I thought our type was one not to sweat the small stuff.

    I am the opposite of a drama queen.

    We've got Fi, NOT Fe!

    When and if I cry, I prefer to cry alone, and when I cry, the tears pour out but there is no noise or wailing that accompanies it.

    In fact, people who have seen me cry have told me it was an eerie experience because of the lack of noise, the onset, and reason behind my tears.

    I absolutely cannot stand drama queens/kings, unless they are funny.

    Life is too short, and precious, imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Time View Post
    Although I've never known an INFJ (at a deep level), at least I don't think I have, I have reasoned in my mind many times that an INFJ would be a good match. I won't have to deal with too many uncomfortable extroverted situations/places, a deep intuitive understanding of each other, a nicer, gentler feeling side to complement my objective (and harsh) thinking, and organized and structured like me (especially since I am a germophobe...ENFPs are gross...and this is coming from a guy whos observed ENFP girls).

    However, where would I meet such an INFJ, they are even rarer than INTJs. Much too difficult to find, especially since I am part of the scientific community...those INFJs are impossible to meet...not to mention my lack of any friends outside of my science.
    Funny, I work with a couple of INTJ-INFJ pairs. They drive each other insane. In a bad way. The INTJs think the INFJs dont see the big picture, and the INFJs think the INTJs are being rude and talking down to them. However I do know one INFJ-INTJ couple who seem happy. They are conservative baptist republicans so perhaps there is enough simularity ?

    Quote Originally Posted by sgtmac_46 View Post
    True, that. Though I end up rolling my eyes at their drama queen theatrics after a while.
    This seems to vary from ENFP. Honestly since ENFPs seem to endlessly morph ourselves around others around us, we come in a lot of different varities. Some do this worse than others. Also, we display our emo, where an Fe user seems to hide it. It helps us calibrate what we feel as being the correct emotional response. Just tell an ENFP "I understand why you are feeling the way you are. It makes sense given the circumstances. How can we logically adress the issue?"

    Quote Originally Posted by poppy View Post
    I'm a female and I fall half in love with ENFP women I meet.

    They're pretty adorable. Mildly ridiculous, but pretty adorable.
    That is soooo sweet. And yes, I think that is what all my INTJs seem to do. With IXTJs I can be more openly Fi than with any other type. So I end up like a mildly retarded fairy puppy boomerang, filled with buckets of sparkles. You guys bring it out in us. I am not normally this NeFi....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Time View Post
    Although I've never known an INFJ (at a deep level), at least I don't think I have, I have reasoned in my mind many times that an INFJ would be a good match. I won't have to deal with too many uncomfortable extroverted situations/places, a deep intuitive understanding of each other, a nicer, gentler feeling side to complement my objective (and harsh) thinking, and organized and structured like me (especially since I am a germophobe...ENFPs are gross...and this is coming from a guy whos observed ENFP girls).

    However, where would I meet such an INFJ, they are even rarer than INTJs. Much too difficult to find, especially since I am part of the scientific community...those INFJs are impossible to meet...not to mention my lack of any friends outside of my science.
    An INTJ germophobe........that's new.

    My former INTJ boss couldn't come in contact with people without washing his hands 20 times, using a dozen disinfectant wipes, and cleaning every surface there ever possibly came in contact with.

    It became much worse when he was under stress. One of the gals at the office licked his door handle once, and he nearly lost his mind! :yim_rolling_on_the_:yim_rolling_on_the_
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    "Drama queen theatrics"



    Explain, please.

    I thought our type was one not to sweat the small stuff.

    I am the opposite of a drama queen.

    We've got Fi, NOT Fe!

    When and if I cry, I prefer to cry alone, and when I cry, the tears pour out but there is no noise or wailing that accompanies it.

    In fact, people who have seen me cry have told me it was an eerie experience because of the lack of noise, the onset, and reason behind my tears.

    I absolutely cannot stand drama queens/kings, unless they are funny.

    Life is too short, and precious, imo.

    Perhaps 'histrionic' would be a better word.

    It isn't just about the 'crying', it's more about the hyper emotionalism, hyper enthusiasm, and almost faux emotional reactions of ENFP's. Not that I don't think it's cute, which I do.

    An ENFP I used to date would watch a TV show and all the time act as if part of it scared her or made her jump, but it was all an affect she did for attention.

    I've always found ENFP's to be the most sexually manipulative too.......SP's are more overtly sexual, but ENFP's tend to be far more teasing and flirtatious with their sexuality......in a far more abstract way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    I think germophobes are gross, they tend to be xenophobic as well, as well as self-hating human beings/animals.

    Shit, piss, disease, and death, and general *imperfection* are all inherent to life, if you reject or deny these things, you deny yourself of the truth about living systems/organisms.

    "ENFPs are gross."

    How dare you say such a subjective statement so categorically.

    You seem like an awkward and under-the-surface nasty person.

    Good luck finding a mate.

    Why are you taking things so personally? I am making statements based on my observations in an objective manner. Insulting me in such a manner only adds to my set of observations about ENFPs taking things so personally, and in general, being so opinionated...assuming they have discovered the meaning to life and looking down on those who express their own. Calm down, woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Time View Post
    especially since I am a germophobe...ENFPs are gross...and this is coming from a guy whos observed ENFP girls
    I actually laughed out loud at that one, is there really a pattern?

    There is this guy who I am thinking is an ENFP, and argh does he stink! I only see him once a week for a couple of hours but he sits beside me and every time there is a different odor... and he kept biting his nails...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtmac_46 View Post
    Perhaps 'histrionic' would be a better word.
    Histrionic is worse, Dr. Freud.

    It isn't just about the 'crying', it's more about the hyper emotionalism, hyper enthusiasm, and almost faux emotional reactions of ENFP's.
    Ew, how I feel is real.

    I take my feelings seriously and find any form of emotional phoniness, or manipulation morally abhorrent!

    An ENFP I used to date would watch a TV show and all the time act as if part of it scared her or made her jump, but it was all an affect she did for attention.
    Contrary to popular belief we are NOT attention whores, but rather, due to our "special" personalities we happen to get a lot of attention.

    I NEVER ACT A CERTAIN WAY TO GET ATTENTION, EW^100!!!

    I, and other mature ENFPs tend to always keep it real.

    Also, I happen to be incredibly sensitive to imagery, I cry at movies and refuse to watch violent films due to the emotional, and physiological responses that watching such movies elicits from me.

    My reactions and responses to stimulii are real, if anyone I knew where to ever question that authenticity they'd be no friend of mine.

    Perhaps you need to re-read the ENFP profile.

    It sounds like you are describing an immature EFJ.

    I've always found ENFP's to be the most sexually manipulative too.......SP's are more overtly sexual, but ENFP's tend to be far more teasing and flirtatious with their sexuality......in a far more abstract way.


    Now we're sexually manipulative, too!?!?!?

    Am I sexual?

    Yes.

    Am I sensual?

    Yes.

    Am I flirtatious?

    At times, yes.

    Am I sexually manipulative?!?!?

    Hell fucking no!!!

    Ugh!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Time View Post
    Why are you taking things so personally? I am making statements based on my observations in an objective manner. Insulting me in such a manner only adds to my set of observations about ENFPs taking things so personally, and in general, being so opinionated...assuming they have discovered the meaning to life and looking down on those who express their own. Calm down, woman.
    Don't tell me to calm down. And, don't call me woman, man.

    You called ENFPs gross, I am an ENFP therefore you called me gross.

    I thought you were scientifically inclined?

    Ever heard of a venn diagram???

    You do the math.

    You got personal first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Time View Post
    (especially since I am a germophobe...ENFPs are gross...and this is coming from a guy whos observed ENFP girls).
    Quote Originally Posted by sgtmac_46 View Post
    An INTJ germophobe........that's new.
    Interesting. All of the INTJs I've ever known have been slightly germophobic, if not extremely germophobic. ENFPs are definitely less stringent when it comes to such matters, so I could see why an INTJ would think they are "gross." I know an INTJ-INTJ couple and they only have sex after taking a shower and only on freshly washed white sheets...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    Interesting. All of the INTJs I've ever known have been slightly germophobic, if not extremely germophobic. ENFPs are definitely less stringent when it comes to such matters, so I could see why an INTJ would think they are "gross." I know an INTJ-INTJ couple and they only have sex after taking a shower and only on freshly washed white sheets...
    Kinky!
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