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:smug: HELLLLLLLLLLLO ENFPs!
I've been trying to figure out me type for a (LONNNNNNG TIME now) and eventually I've been told I may be one you guys.....soooooooo HI! :kitteh:

in the past I've taken the test myself and scored (INFJ,INFP, INTP....and sometimes....INTJ)
I've been trying to focus more on the (confusing ass) functions and figure out my type from what functions I use the most. There has been a debate if I am either ENFP or ENTP- (but I am extremely introverted and not very social)

so here I am! I'm here to talk with you ENFPs and see what the hell happens next :laughing:
 

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Hmmm? Someone other than me argued for you being ENTP?

Too many emojis. I say it's all Fe. Fite me.
 

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Hmmm? Someone other than me argued for you being ENTP?

Too many emojis. I say it's all Fe. Fite me.
But I can easily press a button and put as many emojis as I want.

:ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja::ninja:

In real life my expressions are limited lol. What if I am super boring and uptight in real life? But then online I become a wack a mole? XD

THE FIGHT HAS ALREADY BEGUN FOOLISH MORTAL! muahahahhahahahahaah
(actually I just got an error message saying I can only have 80 images....]
BUWAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHHA
 

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There seems to be stereotypical emergent pattern of Fi along with emotive expression. That being, most Fi-doms/Fi-auxs tend to display their reactions to their emotions, rather than their emotions themselves. It's more of an intense sensitivity to one's psychological experience that causes the reactive expressions. Not sure how consistent this concept is with reality or how many Fi users agree, but it does imply some sort of tendency toward non-reactivity when otherwise would be expected, AKA coldness.

And c-c-come on, doopdedoopers, seriously? Have you not knowledge of the Inverse Law of Ninja Strength? I am disappoint.

*proceeds to defeat all the ninjas with polka dotted eggs*

What if I am super boring and uptight in real life?
Oooooo pls. I've always found the idea of saying you're a boring person to be silly. I will be the judge of that, kthx.

And uptight? That's associated with lack of emotional expression?

And this fight can be ended rather easily. You always use ONE ninja to deliver righteous justice.

 

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There seems to be stereotypical emergent pattern of Fi along with emotive expression. That being, most Fi-doms/Fi-auxs tend to display their reactions to their emotions, rather than their emotions themselves. It's more of an intense sensitivity to one's psychological experience that causes the reactive expressions. Not sure how consistent this concept is with reality or how many Fi users agree, but it does imply some sort of tendency toward non-reactivity when otherwise would be expected, AKA coldness.

And c-c-come on, doopdedoopers, seriously? Have you not knowledge of the Inverse Law of Ninja Strength? I am disappoint.

*proceeds to defeat all the ninjas with polka dotted eggs*



Oooooo pls. I've always found the idea of saying you're a boring person to be silly. I will be the judge of that, kthx.

And uptight? That's associated with lack of emotional expression?

And this fight can be ended rather easily. You always use ONE ninja to deliver righteous justice.

Pshhhh "Look buddy, I know about the law and various other lawyerings....I'm well educated, well versed. I know situations like this real-estate wise are very complex........" :smug:
 

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Well aren't you two some interesting characters. :p
 

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ENTPs in my experience are very social, have a high voice and like to talk a LOT, no real emotional expression on their face, their emotions could be heard in the way they talk, and more specifically what they talk about. ENFPs on the other hand look either happy, satisfied worried or snobby, trying to play it cool most of the time.

If we take Avatar; the Last Air-bender as an example, an ENTP character would be Sokka, extremely emotive in action, not as much in the expression of personal feelings and values. He doesn't think about his personal values and what he sees as right as much as he concentrates on what's right for him to do for the group. Another thing is that ENTPs(sorry to bring it to ya) have a very hard time being sexy, they look too goofy in those circumstances, no matter how hard they try.

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Aang is an example of an ENFP, or at least a young one. Very focused on his center, you'd see him always contemplating on what the right thing to do would be. He looks up to figures who show a great set of moral values and tries to embody it in himself(past avatars). Can be funny when he wants to, but you could see clear expressions of what he feels on the inside, yet talks little about it or tries to avoid it when in a large group. Can be awfully serious in circumstances where ENTPs wouldn't understand why. Has emotional swings from time to time until he learns to reach inner balance.

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I don't quite follow, other than that guy looks like he's putting up his middle finger? :O

Also, I like the comparisons! I feel much in tune with the ENFP one. Very moralistic and try to do good... but I have a naughty side :p
 

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I don't quite follow, other than that guy looks like he's putting up his middle finger? :O

Also, I like the comparisons! I feel much in tune with the ENFP one. Very moralistic and try to do good... but I have a naughty side :p
Non non non! He isn't doing that...look at what he is sitting on......lolol
 
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