Ouh its your thread, well then I was wondering. If you name it: "Who is the best partner in crime for ENTP women?" but leave out the ENTP type in the poll, did you want to say by that I am a woman ? xD
"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
ENFP. i can't think of anyone else that would join me in convoluting drive-thru orders by talking in foreign accents and speaking broken english.
An INTJ does that with me. He also likes to get creative with signing his name on the bills of purchases via credit card. Big and small. Last one was: Butros Butros-Ghali for hardwood floor panels. The one before, Richard Simmons (my pick). He also gives random fake names for food delivery orders.
And have sock-skating competitions on the newly-installed (and varnished) hard-wood floor, to "break it in", so to speak. As a team, we set up an awesome [and elaborate] cushion system at the end of the wall..after a few brave initial attempts.
And, these are the little stuff...
At the end of the day, my partner in crime is someone who not only understands my ways of Ne(Ti) but finds it charming, and gives it indulgence to play and learn, bounce with. Of off [not constantly]. And, knows when & how to say that my heist plan is whack. How being - explain [teach/rationalize] to me, not tell me.
^ And, I don't think it's limited to a type. Some types may be more likely on average.
I dunno, I think Ni, when it attracts/gets attracted to Ne, can be the infinity of awesome, and, on the flips side, when it doesn't gel, it's the epitome of baaaad.
Some individuals get the Ne, some don't. Sometimes even other ENTPs don't get my brand of Ne, and I get irritated with theirs. And, there's ISFJs who find it a blast. And, every one in between has the potential, I think.