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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchitectofFate View Post
    if you are a feeler or a thinker? Both types are pretty much the same
    LOL!!!!

    The NT-NF divide is a W-I-D-E one, and granted both ENTPs and ENFPs both have primary Ne and are hence, usually and primarily, awesome, but the differences between the two types are quite obvious, to me, at least.

    ENFPs are more kind and genuine of heart and a bit more charismatically zany.

    ENTPs are more cold and distance of heart and a bit more characteristically brainy.

    Both are passionate types though, very passionate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CC
    ENFPs are more kind and genuine of heart and a bit more charismatically zany.

    ENTPs are more colder and distance of heart and a bit more characteristically brainy.

    Both are passionate types though, very passionate.
    It helps me to think "Is the majority of their passion orientated to the human element or to the objective?"

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    I think the difference has been pretty well covered at this point, hasn't it?
    Again people, I say look up the function order for ENTPs and ENFPS, and then look up descriptions of Fi and Ti, if you aren't happy with mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    ENFPs are more kind and genuine of heart and a bit more charismatically zany.

    ENTPs are more cold and distance of heart and a bit more characteristically brainy.
    But we certainly aren't looking at a cornering of the market, here. I find most ENTPs to be very charistmatic. One was my first object of infatuation.

    She was also incredibly weird and energetic... so that might cover "zany" as well, though I've always found that to be a rather ambiguous word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    I think the difference has been pretty well covered at this point, hasn't it?
    yeah, really. let's wrap this shit up, people!
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