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  • ISTJ

    0 0%
  • ESTJ

    6 4.62%
  • ISFJ

    0 0%
  • ESFJ

    3 2.31%
  • ISTP

    31 23.85%
  • ESTP

    75 57.69%
  • ISFP

    8 6.15%
  • ESFP

    27 20.77%
  • INTJ

    3 2.31%
  • ENTJ

    16 12.31%
  • INTP

    2 1.54%
  • ENTP

    21 16.15%
  • INFJ

    5 3.85%
  • ENFJ

    8 6.15%
  • INFP

    1 0.77%
  • ENFP

    15 11.54%
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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    Heh. Social awkwardness can be endearing when combined with the right traits. Do you think ENTPs are incapable of noticing and taking advantage of this?
    eh. maybe. in the affectionate pat-on-the-head kind of way. i notice they do take advantage of it, (what else is there for an ntp?), yet they're still only competing for second place, behind the ESs.

    ESPs take the gold in this one, i think. with EFJ second.

    i wonder who would win out of the introverts?
    im not sure if the istp is social enough. maybe the infp or isfp.

    i voted intj, just to confuse everyone.

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    Dude, it's totes true. I turn heads all the time. High energy + reckless attitude + mysteriousness = instant epic win.

    On my last job I had all the single latina women all up on this, plus a cute little tart who was unfortunately dating the assistant manager at the time (she overtly asked me if I'd wanna go out, but the dude was my friend too, and glad I didn't cuz she turned out to be kind of a rotten apple), I always get a smile from the women, have cougars hitting on me all the time, play-flirt with a girl who speaks but a cute bit of English and has an "esposa", um... yeah, it's easy for me.

    I have morals, though, else I would so be plowing that uber-ripe field.

    'Course, then I'll end up falling for the girl who doesn't return the attraction...
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    The idea of being the natural bad boy with girls has never helped anyone but those who aint
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    Says those who don't get none.

    Just kidding, of course nobody's going by that. ESTP's don't really even like theory. Halla even said he's glad more people don't know about MBTI and I certainly don't think any theory could be complicated enough to encompass the variety of life you see.

    It's just fun to be able to prove who's more badass, that's all.
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    so...there's really no hope for INFP in term of being "natural" with girls huh?
    it seems like we're the type who have to exert/push more extra efforts to date, and especially to "get it" with girls (ie: be it a kiss, or 'deeper' things)..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Mine had a rep for getting girls, rode a motorcycle, had a black leather motor suit and flirted with every female he find intriguing and bragged about bagging them and talking his way out of everything. He was incredibly dominant and passionate in his demeanor, very direct and provoking in his language, especially with other men (to impress the girl), incredibly intense and showed his 'vulnerable' side to the girls at the exact right moment for maximum effect.

    He was also brilliant at creating seemingly spontaneous innocent moments that turned into the perfect timing for something that wasn't so innocent ( ya know, the whole teasing and tickling and making a girl giggle to then let a big silence and intense eyecontact while being physically really close do the rest). He was the best player I've ever encountered and he lived for the hunt.
    And man, was he a jerk :steam:
    But that's besides the point

    Oh man that is my ex boyfriend to a tee...but I thought he was more...ESTP than ENFJ <_< He totally played that whole "I'm intense and deep, I'm your intellectual soul mate" and all that crap so maybe he was a bit more NF than I thought

    I don't really think ENTP males could be that whole bad boy who gets it on with a different girl everyday, a lot of ENTPs that I know and even one that I dated was afraid of physical contact and emotional intimacy. Oh lordy just picture it...two awkward teens sitting on opposite sides on a couch avoiding each other's gaze and making attempts at funny conversation
    Men are like parking spaces/the good ones are always taken and the ones left are handicapped or to small.

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    The reason I'm convinced mine was ENFJ, was the heavenly voice
    My god, you could know with 100 percent certainty that he was lying through his teeth and you'd still believe it. He could make people believe and do anything and knew exactly what it was that you needed to hear to feel comfortable with him. It's in fact one of the reasons I refused to see him after we broke up. I remember talking to my best friend who fessed up to cheating on me with him. Then I ran into him, confronted him, and he denied everything and told me he had no clue what she was on about. Seriously, my knees buckled and I almost fell for it. I was fortunately able to use my anger to keep myself from doing so, insulted him and got the hell out of there before I fell under his spell again.

    The man did teach me a lot though...especially on how to flirt
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    Quote Originally Posted by niki View Post
    so...there's really no hope for INFP in term of being "natural" with girls huh?
    Nobody said that; the title says natural "bad boy." It means you'll have more luck using a different approach. ...?
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    I would say ISTP or ESTP.. girls seem to often like the silent type.

    Not ENTP!! I speak from experience.
    I get friend-zoned by most women..also ENTP's aren't aggressive enough with other people to really pull off the 'bad boy' image or so attuned to their environment like a typical Sensor is.

    I would think INFP and ENFP would have the hardest time pulling off the "bad boy" image.

    Extraverted women have an easier time with the dating scene than introverted women- but it's not the same for men.. a lot of my male friends who have either never been in romantic relationships or have struggled with finding someone are extraverts- along with a couple introverts.
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