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    I feel a sort of kindred spirit thing with every NP that I meet. An Fi/Te commonality wouldn't be any more viable in my opinion than an Ne/Si commonality. All NP's "speak the same language" - meaning their primary mode of extroverting is Ne. I usually click with them right away. Even if they go off on some crazy Ne rant that I don't feel like listening to, I at least understand it and feel a "sameness" with them. With NJ's, it sometimes takes me a long time to determine if they're even N's or not, cuz Ni sort of stays under the radar - it can be hard to pick up on. I've thought many INTJ's were ISTJ until I really got to know them better. I've probably mistaked INFJ's for ISFJ's as well too. But, when someone starts Ne-ing, I can spot it from a mile away - and I usually laugh at or relate to what they're saying, at least on some level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTPness View Post
    I feel a sort of kindred spirit thing with every NP that I meet. An Fi/Te commonality wouldn't be any more viable in my opinion than an Ne/Si commonality. All NP's "speak the same language" - meaning their primary mode of extroverting is Ne. I usually click with them right away. Even if they go off on some crazy Ne rant that I don't feel like listening to, I at least understand it and feel a "sameness" with them. With NJ's, it sometimes takes me a long time to determine if they're even N's or not.
    I TOTALLY AGREE WITH THIS. Though I can clash with NTPs when they're in heavy Ti mode, I sometimes feel really understood by certain ENTPs, especially, because we're both Ne doms. There's an "openness" or something there than Ni doms don't have, even though I share Fi/Te with INTJs. I feel sometimes like ENTPs are more similar to me in how they kind of can shift, adjust, let things go, forgive and forget, whatever.

    Same thing with SFJs. I think the fact that I share Si/Ne with them can be enough of a connectin because I have so much Si ...but ONLY IF they have a lot of Ne development. Smart SFJs with a lot of Ne I can actually click with in this way I can't explain, even though they don't like discussing theory as much as me, or telling me I'm being too general or something.

    People of any types can get along. I felt a really intense connection once with an ENTJ male IRL, and I sometimes feel like certain ENTJ women on-line are almost ENFP-ish.

    The people I think I have the biggest clashes with are STPs and ESTJs, and I feel repressed by some ISTJs, but also like them in a way, it depends on the individual.

    Oh I should probably tack on here that I can feel a strong similarity with certain SFPs, too. ShortnSweet, an ESFP on this site, really seems ...I don't know, like she says things I want to say or agree with a lot. And I do have some qualities I share with my ESFP mother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    Yes. It's all about Fi-Te.
    Well, I suppose this explains, in part, the intj-infp attraction. Thanks for the plausible explanation. I've experienced this before.
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    Yes NTJs and NFPs share Fi and Te... on a similar note, I find that I can relate very well to NFJs I know on here and IRL.

    Theory is theory, though. One of my best friends is INTJ and despite not sharing Fi and Te we're strikingly alike in terms of personality, values, hobbies, and opinions on most things. I suppose how we think/reach conclusions are probably different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Onceajoan View Post
    Well, I suppose this explains, in part, the intj-infp attraction. Thanks for the plausible explanation. I've experienced this before.
    I sometimes think I've wanted to kiss every INTJ male I ever met IRL. LOL.

    I haven't met that many, so don't call me a slut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I sometimes think I've wanted to kiss every INTJ male I ever met IRL. LOL.

    I haven't met that many, so don't call me a slut.
    Well want and did are two different things anyway :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by esidebill View Post
    Well want and did are two different things anyway :p
    I have kissed at least one INTJ male, if that's what you're insinuating.

    I think it would have been in poor form to kiss my married math professor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I have kissed at least one INTJ male, if that's what you're insinuating.

    I think it would have been in poor form to kiss my married math professor.
    Nonsense. If I had a hot professor, I might pursue it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by esidebill View Post
    Nonsense. If I had a hot professor, I might pursue it.
    We were friends. I hung out with him outside of class.

    I don't kiss married dudes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    We were friends. I hung out with him outside of class.

    I don't kiss married dudes.
    How noble of you Some of my professors insisted that I couldn't talk to them outside of class... such weirdos.
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