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This is a discussion on Am I the only ENFP in the world that isn't attracted to INTJs at all? within the ENFP Forum - The Inspirers forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by Falling Foxes Of course when you put it like that who would choose the INTJ over the ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falling Foxes View Post
    Of course when you put it like that who would choose the INTJ over the NF? I think the issue here is the stereotyping.
    Apparently tons of ENFPs on the internet want the "stereotype" version of an INTJ Specifically on reddit, I have witnessed a lot of people who claim to be ENFPs on ENFP pages say that they are specifically attracted to the INTJs because they play hard to get and because they are cold and so so serious and mysterious and ENFP folks apparently love "solving a puzzle" and they see INTJ people as some puzzle to solve. This is a direct quote from an ENFP on reddit talking about INTJs:

    "It's like the appeal of the chase. WHEN THEY PLAY HARD TO GET, IT'S LIKE HOT"



    I agree that the "cold robot" aspect of INTJs is a stereotype that isn't true for many INTJs. I just was so confused because so many ENFPs lurking around the web seem attracted to the "cold robot" stereotype. Glad to know I'm not alone on this though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by InsomniacForLife View Post
    Specifically on reddit, I have witnessed a lot of people who claim to be ENFPs on ENFP pages say that they are specifically attracted to the INTJs because they play hard to get and because they are cold and so so serious and mysterious and ENFP folks apparently love "solving a puzzle" and they see INTJ people as some puzzle to solve. This is a direct quote from an ENFP on reddit talking about INTJs:

    "It's like the appeal of the chase. WHEN THEY PLAY HARD TO GET, IT'S LIKE HOT"
    I believe those who say so have never faced such situation. How can one enjoy being a clingy, nosy gal ? Moreover, INTJs don't "play" hard to get. Either they care about you (and let you know) or they don't.This kind of posts annoys me even more because it also spreads the "manic pixie nightmare ENFP girl" stereotype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InsomniacForLife View Post
    Apparently tons of ENFPs on the internet want the "stereotype" version of an INTJ Specifically on reddit, I have witnessed a lot of people who claim to be ENFPs on ENFP pages say that they are specifically attracted to the INTJs because they play hard to get and because they are cold and so so serious and mysterious and ENFP folks apparently love "solving a puzzle" and they see INTJ people as some puzzle to solve. This is a direct quote from an ENFP on reddit talking about INTJs:

    "It's like the appeal of the chase. WHEN THEY PLAY HARD TO GET, IT'S LIKE HOT"



    I agree that the "cold robot" aspect of INTJs is a stereotype that isn't true for many INTJs. I just was so confused because so many ENFPs lurking around the web seem attracted to the "cold robot" stereotype. Glad to know I'm not alone on this though!
    Oh. OH. WELL IN THAT CASE: I'm totally on your side of this argument! Haha! wonder if anyone on Reddit types themselves as an ENFP BECAUSE they love INTJ stereotype so much.

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    It looks like the same crap theory that ISTJ and ExFP are perfect match, but good luck to find ISTJ who agree with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangosloth View Post
    I believe those who say so have never faced such situation. How can one enjoy being a clingy, nosy gal ? Moreover, INTJs don't "play" hard to get. Either they care about you (and let you know) or they don't.This kind of posts annoys me even more because it also spreads the "manic pixie nightmare ENFP girl" stereotype.
    Yeah, I don't like the idea of that stereotype floating around. If I get slight vibes that someone is annoyed with me being around, I don't have much of a want to be around them anymore. And from what it looks like, by "hard to get", a lot of the ENFPs mean that since a lot of INTJs never say what they are thinking or feeling, it's always a mystery if they feel the same way about the ENFP and the ENFPs apparently love prying the information out of the INTJs because they're "so mysterious" and love that they rarely ever show affection? I don't get why. That sounds torturous and awful

    Quote Originally Posted by Falling Foxes View Post
    Oh. OH. WELL IN THAT CASE: I'm totally on your side of this argument! Haha! wonder if anyone on Reddit types themselves as an ENFP BECAUSE they love INTJ stereotype so much.
    Maybe... who knows, lol!

    There's also this meme I see constantly that drives me insane:

    enfpintj.jpg

    WHY would I want to be with someone who is so miserable to be with me and hates my hugs so much! I just don't find it attractive when someone "secretly loves me" but acts like they hate me most of the time. I don't want to date squidward!
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  7. #16

    SHOUT IT LOUDER FOR THE FOLKS IN THE BACK

    Like jfc. At this point in life, I NEED someone to hug ME no matter how much I push them away. Not the other way around!

    Like with all these pretentious INTJs and their descriptions whizzing around, I wouldn't even give them a second glance let alone the time of day. I don't got no time to figure anyone out. I still can't even figure myself out.
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  8. #17
    ENFP

    Isn't it their natural inclination to try to figure us out? Seriously. I was hanging out with a group, and there were these 2 INTJs who were constantly analyzing my interactions, when they finally noticed that I found it kinda funny, one of them was like "Sorry, it's just that I can't figure you out" so I said "well, good luck with that lol"
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  9. #18

    first make sure these intj's aren't autistic
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  10. #19

    Quote Originally Posted by cunning_strobe View Post
    first make sure these intj's aren't autistic
    It wouldn't matter. I have spoken to ones who weren't autistic as well. Still not my cup of tea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alassea View Post
    SHOUT IT LOUDER FOR THE FOLKS IN THE BACK

    Like jfc. At this point in life, I NEED someone to hug ME no matter how much I push them away. Not the other way around!

    Like with all these pretentious INTJs and their descriptions whizzing around, I wouldn't even give them a second glance let alone the time of day. I don't got no time to figure anyone out. I still can't even figure myself out.
    This made me laugh lol. And I totally relate!
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