[ENFP] Non-ENFPs in the forum: What do you think of ENFPs?

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    ISTJ - The Duty Fulfillers


    Non-ENFPs in the forum: What do you think of ENFPs?

    What the title says. Type away.
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    We are fantastic:D...

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    INFJ - The Protectors



    Magical things always happen by having them around.
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    I'd like one to sit here and cheer me on! XD
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by RetroVortex View Post
    I'd like one to sit here and cheer me on! XD


    :]
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    I adore them!!! But sometimes I can be an unhealthy INFJ, and as such am tormented by the fact that ENFP's can seem a little fickle, when I am steadfast and resolute. I know that my amazing ENFP friends I can only ever hold them loosly in my hands, they love many many people, and many many things at once. And I long to feel 'special' to them, because usually I only have one or two close friends at a time.
    I 'get' them, I see them, and am fascinated by how they evolve end grow day to day. I am inspired by them, they have taught me so much about how to really love people. Also, they always make me laugh, I actually do that very rarely. Know how great I think you all are! The world needs more of you crazy cuddly curious people!
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    ENFPs are like cotton candy: Sweet, fluffy and mouth-watering. :p (Only talking about the female once)
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    INFP - The Idealists

    I'm an INFP, so ENFP's are pretty relatable. In general I admire them and their ability to redefine social norms and just simply be who they are. They're insane and unpredictable, but in a lovable way. The only problems that seem reoccurring in many ENFP's I know is that they can be dominating, attention seeking, unself aware, and too touchy. You're all pretty cool though.
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    Unknown Personality

    ENFPs!


    ...And this one reminds me of my ENFP husband and me

    ...minus the pill box on the ground.... must be vitamins, eh?!
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    They're alright... I suppose.... ;)
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