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    Quote Originally Posted by BryNTP View Post
    Just provide your reasons for being glad that there are NF's in this world.
    It's quite confusing because I'm glad there are NFs in this world but I seriously can't find any reasons.
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    You appear to have a very limited vocabulary and lack the ability to identify the correct responses for a variety of different questions. A deficient vocabulary can hinder you in many ways; you may struggle to find the correct words when speaking, fail to understand what others are communicating to you, or come across as inarticulate to others.

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    NFs can be wonderful people when they're aware that they aren't rational by nature and that this very fact is the source of their talents.

    The ones that fail to recognize this I'd like to ship to an island covered in genetically engineered trees that bloom THC-laced tofu and peanut butter so that we could periodically send a ship to pick up the excellent music and other artworks they make while not having to deal with them in person.

    It's an "everybody wins" scenario.

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    I positively adore NFs. Life would be so boring without them.
    Constantly being around NTs can become extremely boring. Sure, if I need to get work done, I turn to these people.
    But if I'm looking for some fun? NFs do it like nobody else. (Taking this statement multiple ways is encouraged)

    If I had to submit a concrete reason, it would involve spontaneity.
    All of my feeble attempts at spontaneity result in a garbled heap of confusion and boredom.
    When I am enveloped by an NFs spontaneity, I am always dumbfounded at the sheer amount of fun I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    They're kindhearted, and they don't let your NT wall-of-protection deter them.
    That's the truth.

    Quote Originally Posted by BryNTP View Post
    I like how NF's think first about how what they say might effect other people.
    Now that isn't a very nice thing to say. How would you feel if someone said that to you?
    Oh. I wouldn't care. It's not personal.
    <sigh> Ok pretend that you cared. How would you feel then?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aimahn View Post
    because at the end of the day they will still have room to think and care about me regardless of how accessible
    I am.
    <iming. He is in the living room and I am in the bedroom>
    I know you are having your recharge time but...I was thinking Chinese for dinner. A emoticon as a yes will suffice.

    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    they do my laundry very well too.
    He hangs up all my bras and never throws them in the dryer. What a guy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Seraph View Post
    But if I'm looking for some fun? NFs do it like nobody else. (Taking this statement multiple ways is encouraged)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    You're derailing the thread. We're trying to focus on what we like about NF's.
    Quote Originally Posted by InaF3157 View Post
    It's not a derailment. It's a refinement.
    They don't do that, for one thing. ^^



    They provide welcome relief from the cold, sterile, relentlessly analytical place inside my head (I like my brain, but I get really tired of my full time residency there). They provide expressive experiences that fill in the void that my own lack of expression can't fill.
    I'm not a procrastinator. I'm a long-term planner.

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    Without NFs, there would be no one to love me.

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    There are several NF friends of mine I'm very appreciative of, I've had acquaintances come and go but two of them are among my closest and stuck with me through the thick and thin.
    ...Then I ducked my head and the lights went out, and two guns blazed in the dark;
    And a woman screamed, and the lights went up, and two men lay stiff and stark...

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    my mom and sister are enfps they will love you no matter how much of an entp hissy fit you pull!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seraph View Post
    If I had to submit a concrete reason, it would involve spontaneity.
    All of my feeble attempts at spontaneity result in a garbled heap of confusion and boredom.
    When I am enveloped by an NFs spontaneity, I am always dumbfounded at the sheer amount of fun I have.
    That's how it is with my ENFP friend. Here's how things usually happen:

    ENFP: Vince! Let's go irritate old people at the park!
    Me: Isn't that mean?
    ENFP: Hmm... I guess you're- Look! A hot girl!
    Me: Yes, she is hot.
    ENFP: Go use a creepy pick-up line on her!
    Me: No! You do it!
    ENFP: Okay then.
    *EFP proceeds to use pick-up line on girl. Four seconds later, we are both being chased by girls with mace and tasers. *
    Me: You're stupid!
    ENFP: I know, isn't it great?

    So as you can see, NFs are great people and good at extracting me out of my shell and giving me bruises. All in a days work.

    And you gotta love the look
    I don't think I know everything, just more than you do.

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    NFs make little noises a lot-- phrases in weird accents, and in order to directly express their emotions, many invent sounds for certain emotions that they feel. these are the funniest punctuations, and add an enjoyable percussion to conversations.

    and they cook or share goodies without the same ulterior motives.

    they are also the easiest to boss around-- they always assume I have some crazy NT plot and just go along with it. except my dad, for some reason...

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