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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    I struggle with open ended questions like that. It requires me to close off my mind if that makes sense. Basically every path that "could" happen I have to pick something and follow it like it happened. I prefer "someone else" making the decisions and then going back and forth, offering alternate paths along the way or possibilities.
    Amen. What is worse is that you know anyone who is asking a question that requires such an answer is taking that answer as truth - not hypothetical- and forming an opinion about you on the imaginative answer....:eek: (you can see it in their eyes...lol)

    It's like misrepresenting yourself by answering.

    EDIT: I don't mind Ne for entertainment value and humor. I like my friends to be different than me so I do hang around with a lot of N's in this regard. Some with rampant Ne. Takes me out of my own mind. I value that in itself and sometimes it's fun to decide whether you want to play devil's advocate or encourager.
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    Well, if you put it that way, it sounds bad. I don't want to be characterized. Even I don't know who I am really. Sort of.

    I've dealt with an ENFJ who has a way about her, where she tries to characterize, and make a bold conclusion (or two).. but that's not Ne. I think. I've also dealt with it from an IxFJ. I think an IxTJ dude too. I see a pattern here! I'm making a bold conclusion myself.

    Seriously though, I would think Ne percievers wouldn't do this as much.

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    It really just depends... I find it interesting how the Ne mind moves from something completely ordinary to something extraordinary. I love imagination and creativity. But I don't do well with ramblings... just in general. Short attention span. I become bored if someone goes on for too long and become super drained. I had this conversation two nights ago with an ENTP I went out on a date with... the conversation somehow moved to this... "nails, there are a lot of nails in the world. i wonder how many?" and then he went on to try and figure out the math. he was attempting to be funny. i was bored.
    i do find insightful Ne stimulating. but not silly ramblings.
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    I think SPs get along great with ENPs, that's been my experience at least.

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    True. ENPs tend to be great fun. I really appreciate their imaginations. It fuels my own!

    Quote Originally Posted by SillySapienne View Post
    I think SPs get along great with ENPs, that's been my experience at least.

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    ENFP's, INFP's, INFJ's, INTP's, ENTP's... I love intuitive people! All of my favorite people have been N's of some sort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SillySapienne View Post
    I think SPs get along great with ENPs, that's been my experience at least.

    Mine too (most of my friends are ESTP), but then that's probably because us ExxPs in general have the ability to make everybody like us.
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    From my experience, the speculating side and even more the verbose side of Ne can be boring.
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    Ne annoys the fuck out of me. It's like...WTF!! ...how the hell did you get from A to XIII?

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    I'm sorry for having Ne. Now I'll try to find a way to kill it. Die, Ne, die!

    Oh, no, wait, I don't want to kill my Ne. That'll make me a Fi bomb.
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