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    Quote Originally Posted by VanillaCat View Post
    ENFPs are one of the most easy going types, from what I know. My dad's really laid back and he's an ENFP.
    Totally agree!! I just waited for someone to say it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nzAShadow View Post
    The intj I know is anything but laid back or easy going.

    Maybe it'd be good if people defined their laid back for clarification purposes.
    IJ types are actually quite laid back if you don't catch them when they're busy or have pressing demands.

    However, most usually are busy or have pressing demands. Are you sure you're not constantly interrupting this poor INTJ?
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    I suspect this thread would do well with an actual definition of "Easy-going"..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    IJ types are actually quite laid back if you don't catch them when they're busy or have pressing demands.

    However, most usually are busy or have pressing demands. Are you sure you're not constantly interrupting this poor INTJ?
    My ISFJ sister is not that easy-going.... Only socially but not when you get closer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cality View Post
    My ISFJ sister is not that easy-going.... Only socially but not when you get closer!
    INJ should be the proper descriptor.

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    From personal Experience I would say ENFP. My sister is an ENFP, and her and I are totally laid back. Also a co-worker of mine is one as well, and we get along super with everyone. (Just saying it like it is D: ) Although my bro is an ESFP and I've never met anyone more mellow in my life.
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    From personal experience I'd say it's a toss up between ISTP, ENFP, and ISFP. I've never seen an ISTP get really angry (and I certainly don't) nor the ENFPs but ISFPs seem to be a bit more sensitive and can get irrationally upset with people - but that's fairly rare.

    This definition of the ISTP sounds a little intense.
    Worst ISTP description ever!

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    I have to say that for a thread where no one can seem to agree, there is a remarkably laid-back and easy-going vibe coming through.
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    yeah ENxP's are generally easy going BUT in actual fact i think we're notoriously unwilling to compromise when it comes to anything we feel matters.

    I can easily let plans for the day go to pot if someone else has other ideas, but sometimes when it comes to one of those famous 'matters of principle' I can be as inflexible as the worst J.

    I don't tend to like compromising much anyway. To me, compromise means nobody gets what they want. I'd rather SOMEONE got their way, even if it's not me. My version of compromise tends to be to either give in, or not give in. But there isn't much the other person can do to influence which way I decide.

    I've noticed my ENFP brother can be much the same way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    I don't tend to like compromising much anyway. To me, compromise means nobody gets what they want. I'd rather SOMEONE got their way, even if it's not me. My version of compromise tends to be to either give in, or not give in. But there isn't much the other person can do to influence which way I decide.
    Substitute, dude, stop going into my head and stealing my thoughts. I was saving those for a later date.
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