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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. #1
    Senior Member niki's Avatar
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    Default which Type is the "natural bad boy" with girls?

    I mean in term of dating/relationship with girls,
    which mbti type seems to have high correlation with being a "natural" with girls, without exerting even any energy to meet-up, pick-up line, dating, and even making out & 'doing' it?
    in other words, the "natural bad boy" , or "dangerous guy" , that many (if not all?..) girls seems to be interested & hooked at.

    my guess is, an ESFP ?
    true, or false?

    what do u guys think?

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    ExxP. Hate to paint you all with the same brush, but you know it's you lol and by extension me .

    Maybe ones with a bit of F wouldn't be as bad, ie more of a cheeky jack the lad, than an outright bad boy.

    Still though, that's just a guess.
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    I like STP for the bad boy type, at least the real primal vibe.

    ENTJ for the resistance-is-futile vibe

    ENFJ for charismatic, sweep me off my feet overload

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    I'm gonna go with ESTP, based on my best friend.

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    ESTP. There's no question about it. This one ESTP friend I know bangs a different chick each week.

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    ESTP and ENTP naturally fall into the role. The need for exploration combined with a curious, detached, and effective Fe-tert make them the types where women often get burned but are compelled to come back for more.

    Oh, I just noticed your poll question doesn't match the Thread topic question. Heh.

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    I'm 100% ESTP and have loved the company of women my whole life.

    I never had any issues communicating with girls, have not once been hindered by shyness in asking a girl out on a date, and always been comfortable with physical affection. If you can manage walking up to someone and getting them to laugh then that's all you need to prime a conversation most of the time. Within a few minutes you can tell if the right vibe is there and if you should pursue things further.

    Thankfully, I have a deep love and great respect for my Mother, which I feel is the foundation of me being loving and respectful toward women. I never saw life as a huge sexual rampage, thus my "numbers" are low, but the quality of the girls I've spent time with has been top notch. They've all been very pretty, nice, and enjoyable to be around.

    I've been told time and again that I am flirtatious, even by my wife, but she knows I'm just extremely social and extroverted, and understands I mean nothing by it because her Dad (ESTJ) is the same way. If I didn't have a conscience about sexuality then I'm pretty sure I would have several illegitimate children dispersed throughout the U.S.

    One of my best friends, Jack, is an ESFP, and he is a total flirt. He is terribly funny, and that seems to be useful for him too when talking to women.

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    Then you're the diamond in the rough many women are looking for. It's often hard to find bad boys that are worth keeping as they are so acutely aware of the effect they have on women that it often corrupts them morally.
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    My ENTP female friend dated around and would just not date someone after a first date if she knew they weren't right for her. She had no trouble, nowadays friends mention dating her and she doesn't even remember they went on a date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    It's often hard to find bad boys that are worth keeping as they are so acutely aware of the effect they have on women that it often corrupts them morally.
    INTx bad boys aren't aware of this!

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