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    There's a guy who comes into the coffee shop every now and then and I think of him as crazy-pants guy. I now have a running dialogue with him and always tease him/ ask him when he's going to wear his crazy pants. He apparently has a big collection of them. ENFP he is! Sold.

    On a serious note, how can anyone mistake the Ti scalpel for an ENFP?
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    Why are people talking about ENFPs without me? Surely you all want expert input amiright?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Population: 1 View Post

    Ohhh no no no Pops, this is just so tasteless, unless...there were bananas all over the ensemble, then that’d be a different story entirely.

    But seriously though, let’s suggest instead, a fitted, one button dark blue blazer with pockets that have a solid orange liner inside that just peeks through a little bit on the outside with a thin stripe of orange going across. The pants, skinny fit of course. The blazer would be lined with this fantastic print all on the inside. Now, that tie. Let’s do an angled-striped teal blue tie with a subtle sheen, with a platinum plated, single pineapple tie clip to hint at what’s inside.

    Get this ensemble tailor made for my tall and thin frame, then I could sell any design proposal, even a giant Pineapple under the sea!.. @Frosty
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    weird

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    Why are people talking about ENFPs without me?
    Perhaps because you haven't posted in the thread yet?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamer View Post
    But seriously though, let’s suggest instead, a fitted, one button dark blue blazer with pockets that have a solid orange liner inside that just peeks through a little bit on the outside with a thin stripe of orange going across. The pants, skinny fit of course. The blazer would be lined with this fantastic print all on the inside. Now, that tie. Let’s do an angled-striped teal blue tie with a subtle sheen, with a platinum plated, single pineapple tie clip to hint at what’s inside.

    Get this ensemble tailor made for my tall and thin frame, then I could sell any design proposal, even a giant Pineapple under the sea!.. @Frosty
    Sounds like you are outfitting Captain Kangaroo, not someone attempting to represent a legitimate and successful business.
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    As an ENFP, I can confirm that you can never go wrong with fuzzy socks.

    Though, at least I can usually tell the difference between the two. I was raised by a Ti-dom so it's usually easy for me to tell when someone is using Ti instead of Fi. Interestingly, both my parents dominant functions are functions that i think are relatively easy to spot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Lavender View Post
    Sadly I do not have any novelty socks. I do have some cute pyjamas though .
    Ok, but you admitted you were sad about it. Were you just saying that to be polite, like a well-meaning ENTP, or are you really sad about it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamer View Post
    Wait, Metis, is this a thing?? Haha cuz...I do actually own some pairs. Mostly for when professional attire isn't required of me during the work week. It's like the color inside me is just anxious to come out once Friday cones
    Yeah, it is a thing. It's a pair of things, in fact--unless you're so avant garde that you've taken to wearing only a single, solitary sock.

    Quote Originally Posted by Population: 1 View Post
    Hmm.

    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    There's a guy who comes into the coffee shop every now and then and I think of him as crazy-pants guy. I now have a running dialogue with him and always tease him/ ask him when he's going to wear his crazy pants. He apparently has a big collection of them. ENFP he is! Sold.

    On a serious note, how can anyone mistake the Ti scalpel for an ENFP?
    Good question. Except I don't feel very scalpelly. The only reason I know I'm not an ENFP is that... I'm not. Same way I know I don't have any novelty socks. I just don't.

    See? Not scalpelly. Just observant.

    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    Why are people talking about ENFPs without me? Surely you all want expert input amiright?
    urright. Please remove your shoes and report for sock inspection.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamer View Post
    Ohhh no no no Pops, this is just so tasteless, unless...there were bananas all over the ensemble, then that’d be a different story entirely.

    But seriously though, let’s suggest instead, a fitted, one button dark blue blazer with pockets that have a solid orange liner inside that just peeks through a little bit on the outside with a thin stripe of orange going across. The pants, skinny fit of course. The blazer would be lined with this fantastic print all on the inside. Now, that tie. Let’s do an angled-striped teal blue tie with a subtle sheen, with a platinum plated, single pineapple tie clip to hint at what’s inside.

    Get this ensemble tailor made for my tall and thin frame, then I could sell any design proposal, even a giant Pineapple under the sea!.. @<a href="https://www.typologycentral.com/forums/members/29687.html" target="_blank">Frosty</a>
    I like the orange liner and maybe the tie. Not the fantastic print or the pineapple tie clip, though, unless you work for a pineapple company.

    Look at Tina Turner's jacket liner for reference. (The leather jacket, not the denim one.) I'm not a fan of the fringe on the sleeves of that jacket, but the orange (red?) lining is an interesting detail.



    I must remind everyone that @phobik is the inventor of the Sock Method of differentiating ENFPs from ENTPs. I don't want to take credit for someone else's ingenious insight.

    I have absolutely no novelty socks, and I'm very happy about it. I don't think it's a good use of my money. I'd rather buy a pair of earrings if I want to make a fashion statement. They're more visible. It's a better investment.

    The only reason to buy a pair of novelty socks would be if they actually did something beneficial that other socks couldn't do. For example, if they had rubber soles and I needed the traction for some reason.

    I've noticed that some ENFPs I know love collecting novel doodads, like gnome-shaped salt-and-pepper shakers, and coasters with unnecessary but, I guess, nifty anatomical designs on them--brains and femurs and things like that.

    I've known ENTPs to be nifty doodad collectors as well, to some extent, but not to the extent that I've seen with ENFPs.

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    ENTPs and ENFPs both ramble though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LucieCat View Post
    As an ENFP, I can confirm that you can never go wrong with fuzzy socks.

    Though, at least I can usually tell the difference between the two. I was raised by a Ti-dom so it's usually easy for me to tell when someone is using Ti instead of Fi. Interestingly, both my parents dominant functions are functions that i think are relatively easy to spot.
    What would be an example of that irl that would tell you, "Oh, this is totally an ENFP, not an ENTP"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metis View Post
    I must remind everyone that @phobik is the inventor of the Sock Method of differentiating ENFPs from ENTPs. I don't want to take credit for someone else's ingenious insight.


    I have absolutely no novelty socks, and I'm very happy about it. I don't think it's a good use of my money. I'd rather buy a pair of earrings if I want to make a fashion statement. They're more visible. It's a better investment.

    The only reason to buy a pair of novelty socks would be if they actually did something beneficial that other socks couldn't do. For example, if they had rubber soles and I needed the traction for some reason.

    I've noticed that some ENFPs I know love collecting novel doodads, like gnome-shaped salt-and-pepper shakers, and coasters with unnecessary but, I guess, nifty anatomical designs on them--brains and femurs and things like that.

    I've known ENTPs to be nifty doodad collectors as well, to some extent, but not to the extent that I've seen with ENFPs.
    I'm afraid I have some bad news.
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