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    they do my laundry very well too.

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    We need NFs to express and champion what we hold to be ideals, but don't about know yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    they do my laundry very well too.
    leave that to the SJ's and they will actually enjoy it


    we should promote for NT NF
    us minorities should stick together against the mass of SP and SJ

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    NFs: They build castles with you in the sky, but provide you a new thinking style to do it in. They'll theorise, and what not... but from a much softer viewpoint.

    NFs: They, at least, help me get in touch with my feelings. And you can express how you feel emotionally a bit better around them I find, and feel less ridiculous.

    NFs: Highly spiritual creatures which can give you hope.

    NFs: Beautifully artistic. Not all of them, but many are.

    NFs: Understand your out-there concepts and thoughts which sensors can't and don't enjoy talking about, but seem to appreciate them more on a personal level unlike NT's who keep it purely at theoretical level.
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    NFs of the xNFJ variety are people I click with. They are my mirror image with Fe. Their warmth fills me up. They get in my head and I get in theirs, it's pretty amazing when that happens.

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    It's fun to hurt their feelings and make them cry.

    Yes, NFs definitely serve a purpose!

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    Theyre all squidgy when I squeeze them

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    NFs are very sweet... No matter how badly you abuse them, tell them you're sorry and everything will be okay again.

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    Yea they are probably the type that I like most. I appreciate NTs but I definitely adore NF's they have a way of bringing qualities out of me and providing some that are absolutely necessary in making me the happiest I can be. SF's can fill this role somewhat but I like fellow intuitors more!
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