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  • ENFP

    17 5.99%
  • ENTP

    43 15.14%
  • ESFP

    16 5.63%
  • ESTP

    34 11.97%
  • ENFJ

    30 10.56%
  • ENTJ

    106 37.32%
  • ESFJ

    37 13.03%
  • ESTJ

    52 18.31%
  • INFP

    14 4.93%
  • INTP

    31 10.92%
  • ISFP

    11 3.87%
  • ISTP

    12 4.23%
  • INFJ

    25 8.80%
  • INTJ

    74 26.06%
  • ISFJ

    17 5.99%
  • ISTJ

    28 9.86%
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    Quote Originally Posted by am_i_evil666 View Post
    what's the most evilish type?????
    I'll take my chances with estp and entj.
    ESTP? Haha, no way. My vote was INTJ.

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    I feel like I am an evil, ... with prettiest suit

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    not a single ENTP is going to challenge my expos'e on the notion of ENTPs being the most evil?

    ill take that to mean: they agree

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    ENTJ as the most evil type? Pff.. please.

    ENFJs have the capacity to read and manipulate other people directly, making them think that planted ideas are actually their own.

    Obviously this is about capacity of the type rather than the individual members of the group representing it. A healthy ENFJ can use his powers for good, so to speak.. but an unhealthy one? They can ruin and devastate lives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    ENTJ as the most evil type? Pff.. please.

    ENFJs have the capacity to read and manipulate other people directly, making them think that planted ideas are actually their own.

    Obviously this is about capacity of the type rather than the individual members of the group representing it. A healthy ENFJ can use his powers for good, so to speak.. but an unhealthy one? They can ruin and devastate lives.
    but see there you go again. The ENFJ has to be BROKEN to be evil. Where as I argue that ENTPs are no assembly required, out of the box, ready to go, EVIL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babylon Candle View Post
    Where as I argue that ENTPs are no assembly required, out of the box, ready to go, EVIL
    The greatest evils need to be planned, though. A ENTP can't even plan out how to put his socks on in the morning.

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    I don't even bother to check, but is this thread necromancy? Anyways, I can somewhat get the idea of ENTJ being evil. Really, that's extremely far from the truth. We take part in the normal civilization, the normal community in a constructive - albeit perhaps in a somewhat self-serving way - much too much to be the most evil type. We want benefit for ourself, we want to be appealing by giving benefits to those who work with us. We generally want it all work with the norms of the society, if just a bit inclining on the selfish side. Most evil? What a misunderstanding. I hope my efforts to improve my environment don't go as misinterpreted as those of other ENTJs have in this thread, in general.
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    Which is more evil - the person who carries out evil plans, or the person who quietly dreamt up those evil plans? I would say it's the latter. So, the most evil types are INXXs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    The greatest evils need to be planned, though. A ENTP can't even plan out how to put his socks on in the morning.
    exaclty. movies are about those greater evils, and thus ENTJs are often written in.

    IRL though, one step below those great evils, are those evils that can be done w/o planning.... thats where our ENTP friends come in...

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    Is this conversation for real? ENTJ is a type who proposes a business deal, lets make this sum of $10000 according to all laws and customs, but lets share it $6000 for me, $4000 for you. I mean, what's wrong with that, if you compare it to 1) stealing the said sum 2) destroying property for the said sum 3) extortion 4..n+1) etc.
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