I've read a lot and a lot and a lot about ENFPs getting along with INTJs.
But out of all the ENFPs I've met (making this statement only empirical), one I completely doorslammed ((she laughed about panic attacks and mimicked one in front of me in attempt to narrate my little story for the world to see -- she has the EQ of a boar despite her emotional expressiveness) and being the oblivious idiot she is, she still hasn't noticed that I've doorslammed her), one I get along quite ok with but frankly, I'm quite irritated by how she gets offended by everything, and another that I'm childhood friends with and that I feel comfortable talking to but ultimately have no common interests with because she babbles on about gossip or trivial things I have no regard for all day, in which she then asks for my opinion on (I say 'I don't think anything', and she exclaims 'how can you have no opinion!!!!' in which I say 'what's the point of having an opinion towards these matters'. and when I tell her an interesting fact or study I saw, she says 'you know I won't bother remembering this right?')
So what's the appeal? I don't mean to say that I won't get along with all ENFPs or that they are all terrible people, but I want to understand where the electrostatic attraction -- or the stereotype, for that matter -- is coming from.