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I crash with sensors because they don't get me at all! They look too much into the superficial of things. They rely too much on what their senses are telling them without even trying to dig deeper. Unfortunately most of the population are sensors, and i really, really struggle when im with them


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Truthfully, I "get along" with everyone for the most part. Mainly because I am pretty reserved so there aren't opportunities to bump heads anyway :tongue: So I'll just mark down the notable ones.
used the same marking system as OP:
( * Get along with ) ( *? Maybe / unsure ) ( - Personality clash ) ( ~ indifferent )
aaaaand I apologize for the lengthy descriptions...:blushed:

ISTJ, ISFJ, ESTJ, ENTJ~
Probably have met some, but none confirmed so I dunno !


INFJ*?
My closest friend is an INFJ. We definitely get along and, for the most part, "get" each other. We have a lot of similar interests and opinions. BUT where we clash is, she is more assertive with her opinions than I am. Meaning, if she likes something, it's "good", and if she doesn't it's "bad". Generally, everything is more fluid to me and she likes definitions. But we're EXTREMELY similar and have similar goals/interests/hobbies, we just go about things in different ways. It's hard to explain haha

& my momma bear also tested as an INFJ. I get along with her as well, and it's pretty much the same as with my INFJ friend where we clash on the way we present our opinions. when I visit home, we always watch movies together for hours. and she's very accepting and supportive, but can be highly critical (ofc because she's my mom so she would be, but my friend is the same way. where it's like "i love you and i want you to do what makes you happy bUT YOU BETTER DO IT RIGHT") and I swear she's psychic ......it's scary :shocked:

INTJ*?
One of my roommates/friends (best friend's boyfriend) is an INTJ. We are similar in a lot of ways like... hours spent in online forums and hours spent gaming. But we definitely clash in theoretical discussions. Everything he says is very "final" and I am all about open-ended discussions lol.

ISTP~
Hmm......it's a tough call. The only ISTP I've met was VERY unhealthy. I don't think it'd be fair to draw a conclusion based on them :bored:

ISFP*
I got along pretty well with ISFPs, in my experience!

INFP*
I've only met one confirmed INFP irl, one of my college friends who graduated last year, but we definitely got along!!:proud:

INTP*
I almost always get along with INTPs. The only type I don't tire out with my tangential and often aimless way of conversing lol. And we generally have a similar ideology where theoretical possibilities are "endless" and an interest in alternatives.

The only clash I maybe noticed with them was with my younger brother who is an INTP. sometimes I say things without "refining" them first, so my thoughts might not be said in the most succinct, logically sound way. His philosophy is kind of like "you should only make a claim if there can be no more questions in response to it". he hates when people fail to acknowledge the possibilities, even just for a second. of course that's slightly exaggerated but yeah idk if that's an INTP thing or just a him thing though LOL.

ESTP*?
My other best friend is an ESTP. We are......EXTREMELY different from each other lol. She has a very wide circle of friends, which I'm somewhat a part of, but am very much on the outskirts of. But, we benefit each other in many ways. She brings me out of my shell and grounds me when I'm overthinking things. On the other hand, I keep her from making some rash decisions and am someone she can confide in about things she doesn't like to think or talk about. She's also very generous, and I'm like... really stingy lol. And even though our values are very different, we learn a lot from each other. She is so uninhibited and blunt, it reminds me that I DO sometimes need to stick up for myself/speak my mind haha.

ESFP*?
My most recent ex tested as ESFP. I'm not 100% sure that's his type bc his F and P were slight preferences if I remember correctly but yeah. We definitely got along, and brought out good things in each other. Like he made me more confident, and I took him seriously (an ESFP can very easily be treated as a "clown" by people around them bc of how carefree and "entertaining" they are). His Fi made us agree on a lot of social issues, so that was good. But, he was kinda...idk the right word without it sounding negative. Needy I guess? Dating me is like having a pet fish...you LITERALLY just have to remember to feed me. but he needed more communication and affection (without having to prompt me to do so LOL) and I'm still working on that department lol
I think this is a type I'd get along well with in friendships (because we'd complement each other, and it wouldn't be as "personal" if there wasn't enough affection) but in relationships...I'm not sure.

ENFP*
Love ENFPs!!!
A lot of my favorite celebrities are ENFPs. Like the kpop idol Jung Eunji... 10/10 would be best friends with!!!
And an ex from high school was an ENFP, we were good friends before dating and we still get along well/silently support each other. Definitely better as friends. But we were always having goofy conversations, writing poetry for each other, and we had the strangest nicknames for each other. I like ENFPs because of how similar we are, but that they bring me out of my shell and REALLY get me in touch with my goofy side. They seem to really complement INFPs well, at least for me they do. Like, just the dynamic of having the same 2 main functions, but swapped in order... it's like a creative explosion LOL.

ENTP*?
We generally get along, I think my question mark here is....I feel like...though I like them, it's possible they don't like me. ya know? Also, I find it hard to match their energy, I'm not sure why (it could just be the ENTPs I've met, in theory the type sounds like one I'd really like)

ESFJ* but some -
One of my older sisters and my Dad is ESFJ ! We get along typically, but there are definitely clashes. One is how much they care about conventions, and how little I do. That and their focus on routines and WORK. omg. My sister truly goes to the gym every day :confused: and she's always been a star student (tbh the only one out of my siblings). And my dad is a workaholic to the nth degree lol. They're both inherently dutiful and where we clash is that I prioritize well-being, and they prioritize productivity

ENFJ*, some -
In my experience, I get along with them well. My other older sister and other younger brother (yes i have a big family lol) are both ENFJs. We are all very much "dreamers" even if it's stereotypical for our types haha. The only clash, I'd say, is again with the social conventions and that in comparison to them I am LAAAAAAZY and I often can't match the energy they have. We do clash, but I think slightly less than with my ESFJ sister and dad. (don't get me wrong though, I'm very close with my whole family lol)
 

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Truthfully, I "get along" with everyone for the most part. Mainly because I am pretty reserved so there aren't opportunities to bump heads anyway :tongue: So I'll just mark down the notable ones.
used the same marking system as OP:
( * Get along with ) ( *? Maybe / unsure ) ( - Personality clash ) ( ~ indifferent )
aaaaand I apologize for the lengthy descriptions...:blushed:

ISTJ, ISFJ, ESTJ, ENTJ~
Probably have met some, but none confirmed so I dunno !


INFJ*?
My closest friend is an INFJ. We definitely get along and, for the most part, "get" each other. We have a lot of similar interests and opinions. BUT where we clash is, she is more assertive with her opinions than I am. Meaning, if she likes something, it's "good", and if she doesn't it's "bad". Generally, everything is more fluid to me and she likes definitions. But we're EXTREMELY similar and have similar goals/interests/hobbies, we just go about things in different ways. It's hard to explain haha

& my momma bear also tested as an INFJ. I get along with her as well, and it's pretty much the same as with my INFJ friend where we clash on the way we present our opinions. when I visit home, we always watch movies together for hours. and she's very accepting and supportive, but can be highly critical (ofc because she's my mom so she would be, but my friend is the same way. where it's like "i love you and i want you to do what makes you happy bUT YOU BETTER DO IT RIGHT") and I swear she's psychic ......it's scary :shocked:

INTJ*?
One of my roommates/friends (best friend's boyfriend) is an INTJ. We are similar in a lot of ways like... hours spent in online forums and hours spent gaming. But we definitely clash in theoretical discussions. Everything he says is very "final" and I am all about open-ended discussions lol.

ISTP~
Hmm......it's a tough call. The only ISTP I've met was VERY unhealthy. I don't think it'd be fair to draw a conclusion based on them :bored:

ISFP*
I got along pretty well with ISFPs, in my experience!

INFP*
I've only met one confirmed INFP irl, one of my college friends who graduated last year, but we definitely got along!!:proud:

INTP*
I almost always get along with INTPs. The only type I don't tire out with my tangential and often aimless way of conversing lol. And we generally have a similar ideology where theoretical possibilities are "endless" and an interest in alternatives.

The only clash I maybe noticed with them was with my younger brother who is an INTP. sometimes I say things without "refining" them first, so my thoughts might not be said in the most succinct, logically sound way. His philosophy is kind of like "you should only make a claim if there can be no more questions in response to it". he hates when people fail to acknowledge the possibilities, even just for a second. of course that's slightly exaggerated but yeah idk if that's an INTP thing or just a him thing though LOL.

ESTP*?
My other best friend is an ESTP. We are......EXTREMELY different from each other lol. She has a very wide circle of friends, which I'm somewhat a part of, but am very much on the outskirts of. But, we benefit each other in many ways. She brings me out of my shell and grounds me when I'm overthinking things. On the other hand, I keep her from making some rash decisions and am someone she can confide in about things she doesn't like to think or talk about. She's also very generous, and I'm like... really stingy lol. And even though our values are very different, we learn a lot from each other. She is so uninhibited and blunt, it reminds me that I DO sometimes need to stick up for myself/speak my mind haha.

ESFP*?
My most recent ex tested as ESFP. I'm not 100% sure that's his type bc his F and P were slight preferences if I remember correctly but yeah. We definitely got along, and brought out good things in each other. Like he made me more confident, and I took him seriously (an ESFP can very easily be treated as a "clown" by people around them bc of how carefree and "entertaining" they are). His Fi made us agree on a lot of social issues, so that was good. But, he was kinda...idk the right word without it sounding negative. Needy I guess? Dating me is like having a pet fish...you LITERALLY just have to remember to feed me. but he needed more communication and affection (without having to prompt me to do so LOL) and I'm still working on that department lol
I think this is a type I'd get along well with in friendships (because we'd complement each other, and it wouldn't be as "personal" if there wasn't enough affection) but in relationships...I'm not sure.

ENFP*
Love ENFPs!!!
A lot of my favorite celebrities are ENFPs. Like the kpop idol Jung Eunji... 10/10 would be best friends with!!!
And an ex from high school was an ENFP, we were good friends before dating and we still get along well/silently support each other. Definitely better as friends. But we were always having goofy conversations, writing poetry for each other, and we had the strangest nicknames for each other. I like ENFPs because of how similar we are, but that they bring me out of my shell and REALLY get me in touch with my goofy side. They seem to really complement INFPs well, at least for me they do. Like, just the dynamic of having the same 2 main functions, but swapped in order... it's like a creative explosion LOL.

ENTP*?
We generally get along, I think my question mark here is....I feel like...though I like them, it's possible they don't like me. ya know? Also, I find it hard to match their energy, I'm not sure why (it could just be the ENTPs I've met, in theory the type sounds like one I'd really like)

ESFJ* but some -
One of my older sisters and my Dad is ESFJ ! We get along typically, but there are definitely clashes. One is how much they care about conventions, and how little I do. That and their focus on routines and WORK. omg. My sister truly goes to the gym every day :confused: and she's always been a star student (tbh the only one out of my siblings). And my dad is a workaholic to the nth degree lol. They're both inherently dutiful and where we clash is that I prioritize well-being, and they prioritize productivity

ENFJ*, some -
In my experience, I get along with them well. My other older sister and other younger brother (yes i have a big family lol) are both ENFJs. We are all very much "dreamers" even if it's stereotypical for our types haha. The only clash, I'd say, is again with the social conventions and that in comparison to them I am LAAAAAAZY and I often can't match the energy they have. We do clash, but I think slightly less than with my ESFJ sister and dad. (don't get me wrong though, I'm very close with my whole family lol)
I hope I can speak for all ENTPs when I say this, but I know I myself have MUCH love for INFPs. every single one I know personally, I have got along with really well. you guys fascinate us, I think. I've had some of the best conversations EVER with INFPs. they understand a lot of my frustrations with people. I actually a lot of times get the idea that INFPs are annoyed with/don't like ENTPs, lol. not that I blame you guys. I feel we're one of the most tiring types :')
 

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I actually clash easily with everyeone. On the internet, i definitely clash with thinkers, mostly because i invade their territory, and challenge them, and than they attack me on logical inconsistencies and i have no idea what they're talking about.

In real-life: xSFP seems to be a type i clash often with. I also clash a lot with xNFP's. For some reason it's fire against fire. (Fi vs Fi). In general i like Fe-users more, since they're more comforting, and relax me. It balances my Fi out. Fi-users however attract me sexually, just like having Se or Ne is also a pro (I seem to like Se more, but than get annoyed if they are reluctant to try out new experiences :tongue: :laughing: ).

Many of my friends are xSTP's, and i surpringsly get along with them. It seems like they're more accepting of me than demanding SJ's or usually busy NF's. I think Se causes them also to be more approachable, and they have at least to do something together. Other types never have time.

I seem to clash / not like ISFJ's as well. Their inferior Ne annoys me A LOT. I however like ESFJ's a lot, and they could easily be one of the types i like the most.

I have typed 12 people in my inner circle so far, and only one of them is an xNxx - an INTJ probably, and is active in the Communist Party (he even encouraged me to join it, but I knew him already four or five years ago). When i went to college, i always attracted NT's, most likely INTP and also INTJ, but it's such a long time ago, that i would have trouble typing them accurately, and they're also not always a match made in heaven. I think i also knew a lot of ISTP people on college. ISTP, INTJ and INTP seem to be the types i attract the most.

I haven't met a lot of INFJ's and ENFJ's, that's clear. I might push them away, or i might be unapproachable for them or not interesting. ENTP seems to be a type i can't absolutely stand out. I typed a lot of bullies as ENTP's and they were indeed usually known as being popular and humorous. I even dislike ENTP's on the forums to a higher extent. They just like to make me into a scapegoat. I actually have to admit that i found my bullies hilarious, but they're not really people i'd respect and ofc. assholes in general. Even ENTP's that didn't bully me were usually people i disliked. I can't remember an ENTP i liked, and i can tell for certain, i probably met a lot of ENTP's in my life, and i've disliked them all

Types i get along with best: ISTP, INTJ and ESFJ, followed by ESTP and INTP

Types i get least along with: ENTP and ISFJ (though they mean it well, but it just doesn't fit) followed by ENFP and ISTJ.
 

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I hope I can speak for all ENTPs when I say this, but I know I myself have MUCH love for INFPs. every single one I know personally, I have got along with really well. you guys fascinate us, I think. I've had some of the best conversations EVER with INFPs. they understand a lot of my frustrations with people. I actually a lot of times get the idea that INFPs are annoyed with/don't like ENTPs, lol. not that I blame you guys. I feel we're one of the most tiring types :')
Unfortunately, you can't. I'm sure you will be a wonderful person, and i would like to learn to know you, so that i will have a better opinion of ENTP's, but it seems like they absolutely hate me, even if i find them humorous and indeed hilarious, but i'm never allowed to be a part of their group. They're one of the most discriminative types to my experiences.
 

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I don't have experiences with many types, but my best friend is an INTJ, and it's really odd how we're so different and yet share so much of our peronalities... We have the same sense of humor, we both are a bit shy to talk about feelings, we both are smart but procrastinate way too much to achieve what we aim for... The diffrence though is that he will be relentless sometimes, pushing an argument despite the other person clearly having enough of him, and he will often tease others. I, on the other hand, try my best not to offend anyone, and if I do, I apologize and back away from any further discussion. Sometimes he'll also be very surprised to hear from me the things that to me are obvious, but not so much for him, and that's mostly when we're talking about interpersonal relationships. Still, best pal I've had, would recommend an INTJ.
 

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Add ESTJ to the ones i don't get along with.
 

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I hope I can speak for all ENTPs when I say this, but I know I myself have MUCH love for INFPs. every single one I know personally, I have got along with really well. you guys fascinate us, I think. I've had some of the best conversations EVER with INFPs. they understand a lot of my frustrations with people. I actually a lot of times get the idea that INFPs are annoyed with/don't like ENTPs, lol. not that I blame you guys. I feel we're one of the most tiring types :')
Oh yay!!! It's funny that there's that uncertainty on both sides, that we're both like "that was an awesome conversation....but do they even enjoy talking to me ???"
But good to hear that the general consensus is "yes"! I'm sure it's the same on the INFP side^^ I think why I felt like I bothered ENTPs is because I speak very...flowery? but we've always gotten along otherwise, and ENTPs definitely challenge me in a good way
our differences are a-ok :cool: lol
 

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Get along with:

ISTPs - I've met like 4 ISTPs I've met 3 which I think are 7w8 I have gotten along with very quickly without much effort. Even a 7w8 ISTp but he was much much much harder to get along with but for some reason I could not hate him despite his sharply offensive comments.

ISTJs- I've met and become friends with like 5 ISTJs. Idk, just easy people to get along with, all 5 of them found my jokes to be funny. But my dad was an ISTJ and our relationship wasn't the best.

ISFJ- 2 ISFJ women I know, they just think I'm hilarious and always anticipate some funny antic when I am round lol


ESTJs- I've known like 9 at least and currently I have like 4 ESTJ friends, this friendship is pretty easy and filled with a shared sense of humor and some with shared convictions of how we view the world.

ISFPs- tI've met two, one was my ex girfriend and a co-worker. Me and the co-worker we sort of like insta-friends lol, idk, Fi just recognizes Fi I guess. Thye both felt like a cousin to me or something lol. Like we spoke the same language and shared the same awkward vibe which wasn't awkward to the other but very relatable.

INTPs- some are funny and share my love of puns and exploring nuances and ideas to death.

ENTPs- I've had 3 ENTP friends. Very hate and love relationship with two of them lol when they want your attention they know how to get it, God they know how to get it.

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ISFJ - 2 ISFJs I know, can be very passive agressive and sometimes too indirect when they ask you to do something constantly using filter words like " Hey, maybe, if you are busy, you could, possibly, try to, give me a ride to work, if you want." And it just grates the crap out of me, because I usually know what they are asking but I am stuck just waiting for them to spit it out so I can confirm they are asking what I think. And sometimes they will hold out for the unlikliest of possibilities. Like, I shook a man's hand who had pink eye, then I got pink eye, I tell ISFJ I got pink eye form that man, ISFJ says , "I don't think so maybe you got it from somewhere else." Are you frikkin serious?!


INTP: The arguments or lord. Stupid, STUPID, STOOOOOPID and endless arguments. And if they ever get proven wrong they can drop the stance at the drop of a hat and hat pisses me off, it's like , damn take a loss will ya.

INFJ- I think I work with one guy of this type, and sometimes we get along but his meticulous attention to pointless details and critical comments grate me and secretly piss me the f off, though I say nothing because I have no real grounds to besides the fact that it just pisses me off. Also we can agree on the surface level but seriously disagree on many things and we view each other's stances as..idk...wrong lol, I don't like his views on many things.

ESTP - my cousin that I grew up wth for 13 years was this type, I've met others of this type and they are alright, but my cousin and me constantly fought growing up, there was a rivalry between us and sometimes i hated his guts, everything a boy is supposed to be he was essentialy and I was the defect I guess, he was the example of what a boy should be and I was the example of what a boy should stop being lol. Fuck him. I still love him though.

ENTP: Sometimes ENTPs will doing absolutely annoying shit to get your attention, and if you say stop guess what? They do it more, maybe this is the 7w8 variety but they also don't mind causing you some pain for their entertainment as well, and I really can't bear to be around that for too long. Also sometimes they can appear sociopathic to me..sorry lol.
 

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Based off my limited encounters with people of each type, these are probably the ones I tend to get along with:

INFPs - for obvious reasons...
ENFPs - They tend to be a lot more enthusiastic and energetic than me, but I like that contrast. I also like how quickly they bounce from one project or one thought to another, because that's how I function most of the time too. I just keep it to myself, unlike them. :tongue:
ENFJs - Haven't met too many, but from the few I know, I don't see how I couldn't get along with this type, unless they were unhealthy.
ISFJs - The ones I've met are usually laid back and very kind and considerate of others' feelings, so the relationship feels natural and easy.

I also tend to get along well with ENTJs and INTJs, but it depends on the person and if we have values in common. That's not to say I don't occasionally clash with them, but overall I tend to get over those clashes pretty quickly, because I can see the logic behind their reasoning. Most of the time that logic makes perfect sense, and it's up to me to just deal with all my emotions about it...

As for types I clash with, I find I clash with ESTJ's a lot of the time, at least initially. It doesn't always stay that way (my sister is an ESTJ so I've had to learn to work through the differences in our personalities), but in a first impression, I do tend to clash with them. As for ISTJs, I've really only met 2 that I'm sure are ISTJs, but I surprisingly get along well with both of them and admire how practical and level-headed they are. But I could definitely see myself clashing with an ISTJ if our values didn't align.
 

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Unfortunately, you can't. I'm sure you will be a wonderful person, and i would like to learn to know you, so that i will have a better opinion of ENTP's, but it seems like they absolutely hate me, even if i find them humorous and indeed hilarious, but i'm never allowed to be a part of their group. They're one of the most discriminative types to my experiences.
I can see what you mean... a couple ENTPs I know are honest to goodness downright bullies. I remember when one of my high school classes was told by the teacher to take the test then share our results with the class, one of the irritating popular boys who had, alongside his group of friends, bullied me pretty bad in grade 9, got ENTP. I almost didn't want to share mine after I found out he was an ENTP. but I think a lot of times, ENTPs just find themselves with the wrong people. when he was alone, it almost seemed as if his power to be an asshole was taken away, because he then behaved more like your average dude.

and I know this probably won't help, and you might just feel like telling me I can't apologize on behalf of all the rude ENTPs in the world, and that it doesn't fix anything, but I truly am sorry for us being so brash and at times ignorant...
I do know though that our type is one of the harder ones to get along with.
I am pretty positive I was one of those rude, terrible ENTPs myself a few years. idk, I've experienced a lot in life that has kinda forced me to grow up pretty fast, so I like to THINK that I'm not as bad as many.

oh, and... I'm actually very grateful for your honesty. seriously. it's nice to hear other people's experiences and opinions with/of our type.
 

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I can see what you mean... a couple ENTPs I know are honest to goodness downright bullies. I remember when one of my high school classes was told by the teacher to take the test then share our results with the class, one of the irritating popular boys who had, alongside his group of friends, bullied me pretty bad in grade 9, got ENTP. I almost didn't want to share mine after I found out he was an ENTP. but I think a lot of times, ENTPs just find themselves with the wrong people. when he was alone, it almost seemed as if his power to be an asshole was taken away, because he then behaved more like your average dude.

and I know this probably won't help, and you might just feel like telling me I can't apologize on behalf of all the rude ENTPs in the world, and that it doesn't fix anything, but I truly am sorry for us being so brash and at times ignorant...
I do know though that our type is one of the harder ones to get along with.
I am pretty positive I was one of those rude, terrible ENTPs myself a few years. idk, I've experienced a lot in life that has kinda forced me to grow up pretty fast, so I like to THINK that I'm not as bad as many.

oh, and... I'm actually very grateful for your honesty. seriously. it's nice to hear other people's experiences and opinions with/of our type.
It's also worth noting that all the people that i suspect of being an ENTP are men (or even boys on high school). Women are just in general a bit different, and i can't think of a ENTP woman. I also think ENTP men have a lot in common with ESTP men, and are very similar to them, so i might confuse ENTP's with ESTP's and vice versa.
 

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It's also worth noting that all the people that i suspect of being an ENTP are men (or even boys on high school). Women are just in general a bit different, and i can't think of a ENTP woman. I also think ENTP men have a lot in common with ESTP men, and are very similar to them, so i might confuse ENTP's with ESTP's and vice versa.
I actually know of only one other ENTP female in real life, and I barely know her. I know 5 males who are positively ENTPs, and I for the most part get along with them, but I can see how other people get ticked off by them. But I am yet to meet and actually get to know another ENTP female. we are a pretty rare breed.
 

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I actually know of only one other ENTP female in real life, and I barely know her. I know 5 males who are positively ENTPs, and I for the most part get along with them, but I can see how other people get ticked off by them. But I am yet to meet and actually get to know another ENTP female. we are a pretty rare breed.
I even don't have a NF close friend. My inner circles exists all of SP's and sometimes SJ's. I knew a lot of NT's in the past, but they all abandoned my life for some reason (were usually INTP or INTJ). They're not known as stayers. I actually only have one NT friend right now, he is INTJ, and I usually only chat with him on Facebook, and haven't seen him in three years. He works on a bank, and does something with economics.

N's in general are a rare breed where I live. For some reason, it's like they purify it here, because it's not productive. In order to be productive, you need to live in the real world. It's really hard to detect N in others. They're probably all in college and university lol, and the ENFP's are in a foreign country. On my FB list, i probably have at least 4, maybe 5 NF's in my friend list. Two of them, i learnt to know on the forums here, one of them always does volunteering work in Africa and India, travels the world around, and is very keen on doing new experiences (drug-tolerant girl, attending psychedelic festivals, wearing weird clothing, actually very ENFP'ish) and two introverted NF's, but one of them if he is a thinker or a feeler, i lean towards INFP or INFJ.

It's actually amazing, but all the NF's i know (especially on facebook) are left-wing to far-left, and that one INTJ helped me to introduce me in the communist party, so he is one too. I might have a lot of NT's on my friend list, but i'm not really close with them (anymore).
 

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entheos said:
So one minute the ENTP creature is saying "I will do anything to get what I want, I'll be a sneaky snake, I'll kiss ass" and the next second a button gets pushed and they're like "I won't do that shit! No matter how many trophies I get, that's scum of the earth" lol
You give account of two people with the same MBTI, but there is no contradiction since they are not synchronized.
 

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I even don't have a NF close friend. My inner circles exists all of SP's and sometimes SJ's. I knew a lot of NT's in the past, but they all abandoned my life for some reason (were usually INTP or INTJ). They're not known as stayers. I actually only have one NT friend right now, he is INTJ, and I usually only chat with him on Facebook, and haven't seen him in three years. He works on a bank, and does something with economics.

N's in general are a rare breed where I live. For some reason, it's like they purify it here, because it's not productive. In order to be productive, you need to live in the real world. It's really hard to detect N in others. They're probably all in college and university lol, and the ENFP's are in a foreign country. On my FB list, i probably have at least 4, maybe 5 NF's in my friend list. Two of them, i learnt to know on the forums here, one of them always does volunteering work in Africa and India, travels the world around, and is very keen on doing new experiences (drug-tolerant girl, attending psychedelic festivals, wearing weird clothing, actually very ENFP'ish) and two introverted NF's, but one of them if he is a thinker or a feeler, i lean towards INFP or INFJ.

It's actually amazing, but all the NF's i know (especially on facebook) are left-wing to far-left, and that one INTJ helped me to introduce me in the communist party, so he is one too. I might have a lot of NT's on my friend list, but i'm not really close with them (anymore).
I've actually found that friend-wise, I can stay long term friends with STs and NFs better than NTs. I'm not sure if it seems like NTs flock together or not, but I don't think it's the case with ENTXs. I think if NTs are close for long periods of time, one or both are INTXs. But my life long best friend is an ENFP. the people I'm currently closest with are all either NFs or STs.
 

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I've actually found that friend-wise, I can stay long term friends with STs and NFs better than NTs. I'm not sure if it seems like NTs flock together or not, but I don't think it's the case with ENTXs. I think if NTs are close for long periods of time, one or both are INTXs. But my life long best friend is an ENFP. the people I'm currently closest with are all either NFs or STs.
Hmm yes i can imagine that. ENTP's are very different from all other NT's, and wouldn't fit in nerdy kind of groups in my belief. With INTJ's they can also probably clash. They also have inferior Se what would make them very weird since Se makes you live in the active world and have you an idea what is trendy to do (and they're not going to be busy with that, and just be weird in general, weird clothing, weird haircut maybe). So INTJ's are likely candidates to be bullied.

INTP's are not going to be that popular of inferior Fe, and especially if their Fe is not well trained, and they can't fit in a group, they will just like me not be accepted in a group with a dominant ENTP/ESTP. And it seems like an ENTJ is just occupied with very different stuff than the ENTP. I think an ENTP would theoretically have more ST friends, and i would include ESFP and ENFP in too.
 

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Hmm yes i can imagine that. ENTP's are very different from all other NT's, and wouldn't fit in nerdy kind of groups in my belief. With INTJ's they can also probably clash. They also have inferior Se what would make them very weird since Se makes you live in the active world and have you an idea what is trendy to do (and they're not going to be busy with that, and just be weird in general, weird clothing, weird haircut maybe). So INTJ's are likely candidates to be bullied.

INTP's are not going to be that popular of inferior Fe, and especially if their Fe is not well trained, and they can't fit in a group, they will just like me not be accepted in a group with a dominant ENTP/ESTP. And it seems like an ENTJ is just occupied with very different stuff than the ENTP. I think an ENTP would theoretically have more ST friends, and i would include ESFP and ENFP in too.
I've found that I do have some of the best conversations with INTPs, and some of my best relationships have been with INTPs, but... idk. it's always tended to fizzle out because although there is only that one letter difference, I've found it can make the world of a difference. I don't get along very well with ENTJs unless they're eons older than me. I have found myself to clash with INTJs... idk... something about them just unnerves me. I have an INTJ cousin and him and I have a very love-hate relationship. I feel like they're one of the types that gets sick of an ENTP's shit among the fastest.
but ESTJs I get along with fine. the few INFPs I know, I am pretty good friends with - or at least, in my opinion, I am. one of them I am positive thinks of me as a good friend - the others, not so sure. ENFPs, as I previously mentioned, I get along with. ESFPs are also fun. ESTPs are quick friends for me. I haven't yet met an ISTP other than my dad, but am very eager to see how it would be to meet one.

oh! that was the other thing I was going to say..
I do think that ENTPs can nerd out with the other NTs, but are less likely to stick around for the full conversation unless they are very interested in it, or have nothing else to do. They aren't as committed to the nerd life though :') our interests change too fast to actually allow us to be nerds on many different topics.
 
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