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    I drink your milkshake. Thessaly's Avatar
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    Cervix poke?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    When it comes to this forum, it seems collective opinion states that ENTPs and ENFPs are the most attractive types in general, at least from my what I recall observing. This may not say anything about the rest of the world, even assuming that this whole system is at all valid.
    It's probably due to the lack of ESPs. I wouldn't doubt EPs being better than others at attracting attention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    When it comes to this forum, it seems collective opinion states that ENTPs and ENFPs are the most attractive types in general, at least from my what I recall observing. This may not say anything about the rest of the world, even assuming that this whole system is at all valid.
    I'd agree with that, but the ENFP's i know irl never have problems attracting people, where as an INFP, it all just kind of passes me by..

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    I happen to feel enormously attracted to ENTP's, generally speaking. I find them challenging, intriguing and, overall, fascinating. Even though the ENTP's I know can sometimes become goofy and not at all serious, they are perfectly capable of maintaining profound conversations. I absolutely admire their way of thinking and I feel like it complements mine so well. However, there might be discrepancies, but they make it even more interesting. Overall, I feel like there is definitely a INFP/ENTP mutual connection.
    Some INFP's find ENTP's to be very harsh, but I personally look for critcism, even though I can't seem to easily accept it. I guess anything that gets you out of your comfort zone and challenges you intellectually is welcome.
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    I find ENTPs to be more like playmates. I had an ENTP classmate previously. He was fun and we kinda get each other's humour. He kinda feels like he always looking out for spontaneity or something interesting every single second.

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