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  • ENFP

    22 64.71%
  • ESFP

    3 8.82%
  • Belongs to some alternate reality where type is irrelevant on account of awesomesauce

    12 35.29%
  • Other (please specify)

    3 8.82%
  • Awesome Sauce

    16 47.06%
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    So can my ENFP b/f. He can have a very unassuming demeanor at times, which is also why I guessed his type wrong before he tested himself. I realize now that like me, he assesses social situations cautiously before engaging in them. I think that Ni/Ne-primaries learn the rules so that we can follow them or break them at will and navigate smoothly or disruptively at our leisure. We're like snap-sociocultural anthropologists. Seriously. We identify the unique "culture" of the atmosphere and work it comfortably rather rapidly. But clearly we carry ourselves very differently. (INFJs and ENFPs that is.)
    Yah, one of my closest (although i do not see her so often, we connect very deeply) friends is an INFJ and i truely adore her.
    She has a genuine softness about her countered by her ability to cut through steel with her wit.
    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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    i have decided i think of you as 100% ENFP

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    i have decided i think of you as 100% ENFP
    Why thank you M'lady... care to dance?

    (Tea dance at the madhatters tea party...FUN!)
    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    So can my ENFP b/f. He can have a very unassuming demeanor at times, which is also why I guessed his type wrong before he tested himself. I realize now that like me, he assesses social situations cautiously before engaging in them. I think that Ni/Ne-primaries learn the rules so that we can follow them or break them at will and navigate smoothly or disruptively at our leisure. We're like snap-sociocultural anthropologists. Seriously. We identify the unique "culture" of the atmosphere and work it comfortably rather rapidly. But clearly we carry ourselves very differently. (INFJs and ENFPs that is.)
    Yes 'N' doms (Ni or Ne) tend to pee around the bushes before taking a dump in it.

    Oh and ENFPs are so very quiet and detached at times.

    GemPoopGem, I believe you to be an ENFP too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Yes 'N' doms (Ni or Ne) tend to pee around the bushes before taking a dump in it.

    Oh and ENFPs are so very quiet and detached at times.

    GemPoopGem, I believe you to be an ENFP too.
    But do you really though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelenOfTroy View Post
    But do you really though?
    Do you meaning,

    (1) do I pee around before taking a dump in the bushes?

    Yes I do. Hard to believe it I know but I really do. Might not be so evident online. But I am an NT. I am not the most sensitive (understand) as to how others feel. But I am socially clever. So even though I make quite a lot of blunders interacting with others I do know at the end of the day I could turn things around. I am very clever like that . IRL the blunders I make are much less than online. And IRL I have and is better at recovery than online.

    You are referring to that comment aren't you, which ticked you off for some weird reason? I do apologize again.

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    (2) Do I believe you are an ENFP?

    Yes I do, deay GemPoPGem .

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    I believe you're an enfp,

    Fundamentally, Ne needs to feel appreciated by others for its unique approach, fascinating expertise, and inter-contextual understanding of the relationships between different ideas
    Sounds like something that would resonate with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Do you meaning,

    (1) do I pee around before taking a dump in the bushes?

    Yes I do. Hard to believe it I know but I really do. Might not be so evident online. But I am an NT. I am not the most sensitive (understand) as to how others feel. But I am socially clever. So even though I make quite a lot of blunders interacting with others I do know at the end of the day I could turn things around. I am very clever like that . IRL the blunders I make are much less than online. And IRL I have and is better at recovery than online.

    You are referring to that comment aren't you, which ticked you off for some weird reason? I do apologize again.

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    (2) Do I believe you are an ENFP?

    Yes I do, deay GemPoPGem .
    Quote Originally Posted by Swivelinglight View Post
    I believe you're an enfp,



    Sounds like something that would resonate with you.





    (Thats right, it's the real spiderwoman)
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    So apart from impulsive (which i do think ENFP's have the capacity to be...esp 7's) what else would mark out ESFP?
    I just don't see it. So please ESFP poll voters (and non-voters but thinking it-ers) i wants real examples.... because upon further investigation i really fail to see how it's possible.
    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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    Quote Originally Posted by HelenOfTroy View Post
    So apart from impulsive (which i do think ENFP's have the capacity to be...esp 7's) what else would mark out ESFP?
    I just don't see it. So please ESFP poll voters (and non-voters but thinking it-ers) i wants real examples.... because upon further investigation i really fail to see how it's possible.
    I believe you are ENFP based on your posts (eep...I better vote in the poll)...but I wanna watch your video and it's saying it's private? Is there some pass-code I don't know about? we are forum friends...but I don't know if that matters with the privacy. <--- I hope that post made sense. I could get kicked off the site here any minute anyway...so I'm typing super fast and crossing my fingers.

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