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To me the best profil is the ENFP and ESFP girls
I read something witch says that INTJs and INFJs are ENTP's natural partner
And in general; pattern with the same dominant function, and the same letter preference ("N") are better for ENTPs.


What do you think? And where can we find them? :wink:

 

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Check out the isfp's if you want to find a match that will keep you interested.

How sure are you of being an entp?
 

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For guys, INFJ women seem to be pretty commonly accepted as the "natural partner"
But I've heard of many ENTP women preferring INTJs. It's all about preference.
Generally INFJs will be found in careers where they get to help people: psychologists, doctors, teachers, etc.
INTJs are much more science-oriented so they'll be found as scientists, engineers, and I've heard they're decent lawyers as well.

But be warned that INFJs are pretty rare and INTJs aren't too much more common.

I don't think I would be able to put up with an ESFP for too long so kudos to you on that :eek:
 

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How sure are you of being an entp?
i'm 100% sure.
You're may be true for ISFPs, but i didn't met any ISFP girl.so i don't know


But be warned that INFJs are pretty rare and INTJs aren't too much more common.
I don't think I would be able to put up with an ESFP for too long so kudos to you on that :eek:
I realy like ESFP girls, becauses the few ESFPs ex i knew; were amazing sexually speaking.
except that, it was very difficult to create good relationships.
And I only knew an ENFP, and it was really nice. It’s maybe because she was NF.
I think NF are good match for me.
 

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i'm 100% sure.
You're may be true for ISFPs, but i didn't met any ISFP girl.so i don't know



I realy like ESFP girls, becauses the few ESFPs ex i knew; were amazing sexually speaking.
except that, it was very difficult to create good relationships.
And I only knew an ENFP, and it was really nice. It’s maybe because she was NF.
I think NF are good match for me.
Well the chemistry would be even better with an isfp.
 

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To me the best profil is the ENFP and ESFP girls
I read something witch says that INTJs and INFJs are ENTP's natural partner
And in general; pattern with the same dominant function, and the same letter preference ("N") are better for ENTPs.


What do you think? And where can we find them? :wink:
I'm a sucker for a sweet voice, if she has the slightest growl in her voice she's out regardless of type. Even a great pair of legs won't save her.

Where to find them? In the NF & SF personality cafe dating forum... of course.
 

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Digging my INFP these days...um, I dunno. I don't like how upset she can get sometimes though, so maybe I'd like an INTP chick...and again, my Mother is an INTP, and growing up, I always HATED her obliviousness to the outside world, and inability to get anything done in a timely manner...maybe INTJ would be cool....though that sounds kinda scary...I guess back at the typical assertion of INFJ? I dunno.

I am certainly enjoying my INFP though...I also though she was an ISFP for a while, so hmm. Someone witty, complex, creative, competent...but also a tad bit vulnerable, so I can feel manly :)p). Honestly, I like a lot of the same traits in women that I do in my buddies; the perfect girlfriend would be one that would play tennis and videogames and geek out on stuff with me for hours on end.
 

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Check out the isfp's if you want to find a match that will keep you interested.
I dunno about ISFPs. From personal experience, the two ISFPs I've dated in the past were very, very different from me and spoke in a completely different language, metaphorically speaking.

They admire my ENTP theorizing and wittiness, but they can't reciprocate on an ENTP level. If I really started talking abstractly, they will quickly zone out.

They also have a fiercely independent streak, but also a very loving and submissive side, and these two traits often come into conflict and create a lot of excitement, but at the same time will drive any ENTP nuts.

They will appreciate ENTPs' efforts to change the world for the better, but again, that independent, live-and-let-live thing gets in the way. They get especially pissy if they felt I was trying to "control" them -- but it's only part of my constantly seeking mutual growth. They've always felt the need to show to themselves that they did something independently and by themselves, and if I tried to engage them in mutual personal growth, they resented that as "control".

Having said that, I must say that sex is absolutely, hands down, the mindblowingly best with ISFPs. No ENTP will ever tire of sex with an ISFP. Maybe it's that quiet, sweet girl on the outside and a sex machine on the inside contrast, or that hot, hot body that ISFP girls always seem to have.
*I'm not saying I'm a playboy who's had sex with multiple partners of every MBTI type. Rather, this is just from my personal experience, both of the ISFPs who I've been intimate with have been the best sexually compatible partners I've had of all those I've dated and had sex with. They are also very good kissers. Oh God... I'd better stop now.
 

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INXJ for the ENTP's who'd like an INFJ who isn't over-emotional. That's what I consider myself (an emotionally-balanced INTJ).

And, I dislike this mention of ESFPs (my total opposite) being amazing, sexually speaking. This INTJ is amazing in the sack (and obviously not modest about it). ^_^ Though I'm sorry to say, I'm taken by another INTJ (even more amazing in the sack). :D

You just gotta find an INTJ/INFJ who isn't 100% introverted. Or just get him/her drunk first. ;)
 

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yes!! why not.
may be, INTJs and INFJs are great for ENTPs
And some ISTPs Too.

I never knew some ENTP girl.
maybe it could be great too

anyway i will definitely try to find some INTJs and INFJs.
But if they are so rare: where to begin?
 

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I have a relationship like yours, she's ENFP. We both think the world of the other. When I'm straight face but trying to have her on about something, she'll click in a fraction of a second and my little game is finished. I like that she's so smart and fast.

I had an ESTJ before, her wanting to supervise wore me down, her lack of flexibility too.
 

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I don't know who I'm going to wind up getting along with. Possibly an ESTP or something similar. I'm a kinesthetic person, so doing a lot of things is good for me, but eh. I dunno.

I like Ntuitives, but when it's NF sometimes the reasoning just isn't communicated and it drives me nuts. I'm T dominant, but have a pretty developed Fe, so when people do that T-without-considering-F thing, I don't really like it. Maybe a sensitive E/INTP or ESTP, or an intellectualized INFP.

xSFJ is a group of people that I don't seem to normally get along with.
 

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I have read that ENTPs are naturally attracted to INTJs and INFJs. As an INTJ who knows an ENTP, I can tell you this is true so far. :p but obviously getting along great with the only ENTP I know isn't the best example. :p

Also, I know ENTPs are supposed to prefer N types. That's basically what my ENTP friend said to me once. He said all of his good friends are usually N types.

Off-topic: my sleeping pill just kicked in, so I'll go ahead and apologize now if this post sucks. :p I cannot brain todayyy
 

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I'm not sure the perfect partner exists. I'd always be trying to break one to see how it worked, and whether I could get the bits back together again. At the moment I have got so far with my ENFJ but I have a couple of grub screws and a small spring that I haven't managed to place anywhere. But it's a work in progress.....

In terms of friends and people I'm relaxed around, I find N's the best company. Have lots of S friends, but day in day out, good times and bad, I think it would need to be an N.

Wish I had had a clue about this when still able to choose.....
 

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according to socionics ENTP and ISFP's are the most compatible. but i never met an ENTP in person.
But may be an ISFP would be great. I really don’t know
I had an ESTJ before, her wanting to supervise wore me down, her lack of flexibility too.
xSFJ is a group of people that I don't seem to normally get along with.
I totally agree with you guys! What I’m sure, is a can’t live with any SJs even if she is a supermodel or the most beautifully woman in the world. I just can’t!
There need for conformism and there busy work priority and there fear for changes, are very very difficult to me. I just can handle it and it will pisse me off.
In terms of friends and people I'm relaxed around, I find N's the best company. Have lots of S friends, but day in day out, good times and bad, I think it would need to be an N.
Like you, I think it would be very difficult for me to be with an S (in a long term relationship ;) )
But SPs are different, it could work but I don’t know if I can handle it for long term relationship.
In fact N are the best match for me too.
INXX are probably the best profil for me. She will probably calm down my energy

What do you think about INXX?
 

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Well, from my personal experience...I'm in a committed relationship with an ISFJ atm and I must say it has been one of the most enjoyable and comfortable relationships I've ever had so far. We've been together for about 3 and a half months, but it feels like we've known each other our entire lives. According to Socionics, this type of relationship is known as Duality. I can't post links, but google 'Socionics relations' for reference. (Please note that in Socionics, for introverts the p and j's are switched. For example an MBTI ISFJ is actually a Socionics ISFp and so on.)

I didn't realize it until a little further into our relationship, but it made complete sense after I did. At first glance it seems there is no way of 2 completely different people being in a successful relationship, but once both of you actually want one and commit, you understand. Being polar opposites we complete each other by supporting each other's strengths and weaknesses. It is essentially a yin and yang experience :tongue:
 
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