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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    Granted i am going on my 11 year old son .. Who drives me insane .. but he is all the above (he is materialistic, he has told me he lie's to his friends about what he owns just so he sounds cool but then saying that, he isn't spending his money at the moment, he is saving up to go and live in California (kid you not, he already knows what temp work visa paperwork he needs)) .. lmao

    Just my opinion is all ..
    Ya but see, this cant be entp then. An entp would be more likely to not know what ARE the newest things atm and therefore would be highly intrigued to try out the things he doesnt own, but his friends do . Bragging about what you dont have, would be totally in that goals way.

    Furthermore money-saving and entp is not possible. I managed this month to spent my whole wager in two weeks and as a student I earn around $900 atm. That is totally unhealthy and I need to prostitute myself now in bringing back empty bottles to the supermarket, to be even able to buy cigarettes .

    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    ENTP = must have best gadgets, let's have fun, stfu about your drama
    I dare to clarify: not the best, the coolest gadgets, which are most of the times neither the best nor the most expensive
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I dare to clarify: not the best, the coolest gadgets, which are most of the times neither the best nor the most expensive
    True

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    ENTP - You will never be me.... heheh...hahah...MWAHAHAHAHA!
    Thank god for small favours!

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    I love how we always usurp a thread...

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    wascally wabbits!

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Well "too laid back" and "stubborn" I can understand, but emotionless + materialistic is just wishful thinking
    Perhaps unemotional to materialism or unmaterialistic to emotion comes off as emotionless and materialistic to SJ
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    Granted i am going on my 11 year old son .. Who drives me insane .. but he is all the above (he is materialistic, he has told me he lie's to his friends about what he owns just so he sounds cool but then saying that, he isn't spending his money at the moment, he is saving up to go and live in California (kid you not, he already knows what temp work visa paperwork he needs)) .. lmao

    Just my opinion is all ..
    That doesn't qualify as materialistic (he doesn't own these things, nor does he pressure you to buy them), but he is definitely someone who can play a different tune to each crowd. Be what they want him to be, I can see the ENTP in that.

    And when I get my mind on sthg, I get consumed with it, for a few months - also can see the ENTP there. It's not unusual that he has his future planned out, let's just see if it actually comes to fruition... and how long it takes him to deviate from the plan and spend all that money on some magic beans.

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    ESTJ - adept and capable but bossy, vengeful
    ENTJ - steadfast and goal oriented but pushy, intolerant
    ESTP - adventurous and fun but reckless, ego driven
    ENTP - accepting and cheerful but in pandemonium, unsystematic, disingenuous

    ESFP - genuine and agreeable but shallow, materialistic, lazy
    ENFP - warm and attentive but volatile, clingy
    ESFJ - sociable and practical but ingratiating, sycophantic
    ENFJ - charming and endearing but manipulative, tempestuous

    I'll do the Is later...

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Well "too laid back" and "stubborn" I can understand, but emotionless + materialistic is just wishful thinking
    those are the same two that made me go, "wtf? no."

    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    ENTP = stfu about your drama
    i don't mind drama if it doesn't go overboard and makes sense in some way. actually, i rather enjoy analyzing the various perspectives that each is coming from, while doing the arguing for each side in my head. also, figuring out which one has a better point and wanting to see if they 'win' as they should.

    just don't make it personally directed at me for no good reason, or force me to witness it, and i'm good.

    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I love how we always usurp a thread...
    we didn't until this recent influx.

    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    That doesn't qualify as materialistic (he doesn't own these things, nor does he pressure you to buy them), but he is definitely someone who can play a different tune to each crowd. Be what they want him to be, I can see the ENTP in that.

    And when I get my mind on sthg, I get consumed with it, for a few months - also can see the ENTP there. It's not unusual that he has his future planned out, let's just see if it actually comes to fruition... and how long it takes him to deviate from the plan and spend all that money on some magic beans.
    i agree. i haven't slept for two nights because of being consumed with something, and i wouldn't be surprised if it happens again tonight. and, the whole time, i'll enjoy every red vein in my eyeballs that groans and engorges itself.
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