Sorry to go off track from the thread.I posted on Facebook that to an INTJ, having a close relationship (platonic or romantic) with an INFP must sometimes remind them of Pinky and the Brain, Billy and Mandy, Dexter & Dee Dee from Dexter's Laboratory, etc.
"What are we doing today, Brain?"
"Same thing we do every day, Pinky... try to take over the world!"
That is to say, INFPs probably feel like they aren't very driven, they're all over the place, very naive/trusting/goody-goody, etc. On a bad day. On a good day, though, I think they admire our passion and are kinda fascinated by how our brains tick. - Think Sylar from Heroes.
Hmm. I don't see Pinky interacting with anyone else but Brain. He loves everybody, but only spends much time in the company of a close friend. That sounds Introverted to me. But I might be misremembering.Sorry to go off track form the thread.
But isn't Pinky an ENFP?
You betcha.Nah, that can still be extroversion.
Also, I think characters like Pinky tend to be, even around their best bud, pretty quiet, only speaking on occasion, and then in few words, except when they actually have something to say that they think is important, usually a question about what their bud is thinking/feeling. But sometimes they're depicted just being stupid and making noise, so *shrugs*Nah, that can still be extroversion.
Thanks for the answer..I've never heard of any of these shows so I am a bit clueless what you mean...I posted on Facebook that to an INTJ, having a close relationship (platonic or romantic) with an INFP must sometimes remind them of Pinky and the Brain, Billy and Mandy, Dexter & Dee Dee from Dexter's Laboratory, etc.
Be careful what you wish for... Like I mentioned before, in my experience the relationship is great at the beginning, then things start to get complicated due to a strange iF -iF dynamic (well, it's more complicated than that).Then I'd like to meet one. :happy: