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    Quote Originally Posted by Alassea View Post
    What's sad is that so many ESFJs read some basic ENFP description and then call themselves ENFPs.
    I myself thought I was an INFP or INTJ for years until a few people pointed out I was ENFP.

    That being said, I do, in fact, know an ENFP friend who is very sexually adventurous because that's where she chose to involve her functions. Doesn't mean she's mistyped though. It's why I said what I said. :P


    Nothing I've said has contradicted anything you've written here. But to suggest the ENFP type is...as a type...a bunch of freak-a-leaks is entirely misleading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    Nothing I've said has contradicted anything you've written here. To suggest the ENFP type is...as a type...a bunch of freak-a-leaks is entirely misleading.
    "And then there are actual non-mistyped ENFPs that actually have a high sex drive and do some actual freaky shit in real life. Imagine that."

    Nothing I said contradicted what you said either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    Nothing I've said has contradicted anything you've written here. But to suggest the ENFP type is...as a type...a bunch of freak-a-leaks is entirely misleading.

    Perhaps, but ENFP as a type is one of the types that is the most into "freaky kinds of things", threfore if you accept that just as a stereotype then the claim is generally ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alassea View Post
    "And then there are actual non-mistyped ENFPs that actually have a high sex drive and do some actual freaky shit in real life. Imagine that."

    Nothing I said contradicted what you said either.


    Well, I can't go and find all the quotes but it did seem to me that you and Abcdenfp were kinda suggesting that this was type related. And I really was saying that it was type related that the ENFP type is not naturally freaky. In my personal opinion you guys are an exception.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtual ghost View Post
    Perhaps, but ENFP as a type is one of the types that is the most into "freaky kinds of things", threfore if you accept that just as a stereotype then the claim is generally ok.
    I do think it is a stereotype yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    Well, I can't go and find all the quotes but it did seem to me that you and Abcdenfp were kinda suggesting that this was type related. And I really was saying that it was type related that the ENFP type is not naturally freaky. In my personal opinion you guys are an exception.
    Of course they are suggesting exactly that, just take a look at their avatars. (male brain just can't overlook that)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtual ghost View Post
    Of course they are suggesting exactly that, just take a look at their avatars. (male brain just can't overlook that)

    Hey! I like my aesthetics~
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtual ghost View Post
    Of course they are suggesting exactly that, just take a look at their avatars. (male brain just can't overlook that)

    haha. I should have said myth...not stereotype I don''t think. Sorry...i'm posting from my phone and the forum doesn't seem to be working good for me but I can't tell if it is because of my location or because of the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alassea View Post
    Hey! I like my aesthetics~

    And did I said something bad about them ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alassea View Post
    I am fascinated by people who are totally different from me. I am a flaky lil fae while ENTJs are charismatic and stable. I like complements and compensating for flaws to balance out.
    I feel like there will be explosive chemistry.

    But for it to work out in the long term, of course both parties have to be very mature and well functioned.

    Actually 1 and 3 are considered to be pretty good match. Especially if male is 1 and female 3.


    Enneagram Ones and Threes are both competent, serious minded, and idealistic. This is a highly task-oriented relationship, with both partners driven to hard work and to be intensely aware when, individually and collectively, they are not measuring up to their own expectations and high standards. Both parties can bring selflessness, self-discipline, good work habits, and the ability to put aside their personal feelings for the sake of the objective good that needs to be done. Both types are used to working so hard that they often succeed, garnering admiration from those around them and attaining places of leadership and responsibility. The One and Three combination can be dazzlingly accomplished, high energy, extraordinarily competent and impressive both individually and collectively. They both strive after excellence, both as an ideal and as something to personally embody. Sometimes they succeed so well that this pairing virtually glows with self-confidence and the thrill of their own talents. They strive to make each other proud of them, someone the other can look up to and show off to his or her friends and family. They enjoy planning and organizing their lives, dividing up responsibilities after seeing who is objectively better at which tasks. Both thrive on respect and give each other personal space.


    There are only two other equally goal-oriented pairings, a One with One combination and a Three with Three pairing, although since these both are same type pairings, they typically have blind spots that these combinations will need to be aware of. Because the One/Three is a mixed pair, this produces a powerful coalition that is capable of dealing both with ideals and with practical matters. They will try to solve problems in the relationship by discussing the issues involved since neither likes emotionally charged bickering or unresolved issues. Ones help Threes to be more grounded and realistic; Threes help Ones stretch themselves and not be so perfectionistic. They are both industrious and persistent, efficient and concerned with excellence and with making a real difference in the world.

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