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    Carerra Lu IZthe411's Avatar
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    Default ISTJs who don't lust after the ENFP!

    I'm more into the ESFPs.

    Seem like they all are fun to be around, fly dressers, and they do something to me!

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    I break my own stereotype. I don't like what I perceive to be ENFP or ESFP. (Key word, perceive.) I like what I think is an INTJ, but I find I like traits found in any IxxJ type.

    Thought I'd throw that in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FallaciaSonata View Post
    I break my own stereotype. I don't like what I perceive to be ENFP or ESFP. (Key word, perceive.) I like what I think is an INTJ, but I find I like traits found in any IxxJ type.

    Thought I'd throw that in there.

    Yeah man, that's what this thread is about. There's some kind of craze with the ENFPs.

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    Not sure what it is with the I_TJ and E_FP opposite pairing... any relationship between those seems like it would take a lot of work from both ends.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Often times, from what I've observed, opposites attract. That also means more work needs to be done to make a relationship work out. If successful, opposite relationships can become deep and the team work involved is out matched by similar personalities.

    I sometimes wonder if extroverts and introverts of the same function really do attract each other. Fe is attracted to Fi, Se is attracted to Si, Ne is attracted to Ni, and Te is attracted to Ti.

    If so, your Si is probably attracted to their Se.

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    I think I would rather have an ESFP too , but ENFP's sure do catch my eye. In fact, I would say the ENFP's catch my eye more often!
    Freedom Isn't Free. [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    Silly, silly ISTJs. When I see them jump on the ENFPs, I sometimes wonder why they do this to themselves. Ne doms and STJs? Oh, boy. Makes for some good quality romantic comedy, it does.
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    I have a girlfriend who types as ESTJ, ESFP, or ESTP depending on her mood.

    0_o
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Spade View Post
    I have a girlfriend who types as ESTJ, ESFP, or ESTP depending on her mood.

    0_o
    ^

    Well, I wonder if I could catch an ExFP ... a girl who tests both as ESFP and ENFP depending on her mood!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbles View Post
    Silly, silly ISTJs. When I see them jump on the ENFPs, I sometimes wonder why they do this to themselves. Ne doms and STJs? Oh, boy. Makes for some good quality romantic comedy, it does.
    It is the INFP's that a evil...
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    ENFPs are fun, until you notice why they test as ENFP, and not ISTJ :|

    They have totally different definitions for like everything.
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