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    Maybe because you have everything we don't?

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    I like INFPs because they have something I will never have: Fi
    Fi is beautiful, and I love it.
    For this reason, I like to make friends with Fi-doms, both ISFPs and INFPs.

    @soremfinger Already said this. I didn't see that.
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    I have a theory. I test as ENTj-Te a lot on socionics tests and even on dichotomy or cog funct mbti tests, but I'm an ISTP. I wonder, since INTJs and ENFPs are supposed to get along well if an ISTP which appears ENTJ might be attracted to an INFP for similar reasons, or maybe the INFP for some reason mimics the ISTP's dual type (or I forget the technical term for it) in some way.

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    INFP: Fi-Ne-Si-Te
    ISTP: Ti-Se-Ni-Fe

    I think sometimes, its the stark differences between two people that can bind them the most deeply.
    No remorse 'cause I still remember
    The smile when you tore me apart

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    Quote Originally Posted by theforsaken View Post
    INFP: Fi-Ne-Si-Te
    ISTP: Ti-Se-Ni-Fe

    I think sometimes, its the stark differences between two people that can bind them the most deeply.
    Or not really
    ​Cusp of Rebirth

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    hysteric personalities like themselves.

    Paranoids do also, thats why I go with the INTJ profile in the dark to the toilet...
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    Quote Originally Posted by that's not my name View Post
    I have a theory. I test as ENTj-Te a lot on socionics tests and even on dichotomy or cog funct mbti tests, but I'm an ISTP. I wonder, since INTJs and ENFPs are supposed to get along well if an ISTP which appears ENTJ might be attracted to an INFP for similar reasons, or maybe the INFP for some reason mimics the ISTP's dual type (or I forget the technical term for it) in some way.
    @Poki has said he tests high in Te, too. He explained it better than I could and you could also do a 'type me' thread for lots more info.

    I'm more big on Enneagram + MBTI to flesh personality out. I haven't gotten much into Socionics since it works on what I see as a completely different system. Not comparable but related to MBTI.
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    because my favorite people on this site happen to be ISTP well one's ESTP but we'll forgive her for that sin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    because my favorite people on this site happen to be ISTP well one's ESTP but we'll forgive her for that sin.
    That hurt me a bit now
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    That hurt me a bit now
    I still like you, you're in my top 10 they're in my top 3
    Perfectly robust chickens
    Run laps a lot
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    Cock is a word for rooster
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    Zoo
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