ENTPs aren't crazy/absurd.
We just seem weird to you lesser beings who aren't able to comprehend the brilliance of our minds.
ah, who am I kidding?
ESPs may seem weird because they're willing to do just about anything, whenever and wherever they feel like it.
ENPs, however, are more likely to seem weird because of their NTP or NFP thoughts and ideas, which they so freely express.
INs, on the other hand, have this whole world inside their heads and once you get into it, it's like 'whoa'.
SJs aren't usually weird, although I have an ESFJ friend who's pretty damn insane. Well, mostly just silly and hyper, although she does have some pretty strong ideas about the 'right' way to act in public.
In conclusion, all types can be weird, some are more likely than others. It just depends on the individual.
ENFPs are weirder than ENTPs cause theyre both Ne dominant, which kinda consists of making up the rules to reality as you go, but Ti is more focused on what makes sense and what is true, with ENFPs they kinda just go based on what they feel about things and don't worry about logic so much. I just seem to find that most of the ENFPs i know are caricatures of ENFP - scattered, making shit up, wacky, whatever.
iono i'm a pretty weird dude but if i didn't have a strong logical basis (Ti), then i'd be a whole lot crazier. i mean, that just makes sense.
What types make people stare in disbeleif and think "is there any medication he isn't taking that he should be?"
Are there types that people think are deranged or psycho...
...but they really just unorthodox by nature?
Depends on what you mean by the words. Jung says of the Ni dominant type:
The peculiar nature of introverted intuition, when given the priority, also produces a peculiar type of man, viz. the mystical dreamer and seer on the one hand, or the fantastical crank and artist on the other. The latter might be regarded as the normal case, since there is a general tendency of this type to confine himself to the perceptive character of intuition. As a rule, the intuitive stops at perception; perception is his principal problem, and -- in the case of a productive artist-the shaping of perception. But the crank contents himself with the intuition by which he himself is shaped and determined. Intensification of intuition naturally often results in an extraordinary aloofness of the individual from tangible reality; he may even become a complete enigma to his own immediate circle. [p. 509]
Joe Butts says of the ISTP
The apparently frenzied state that inevitably ensues is actually much more controlled than it appears--ISTPs always seem to know what they're doing when it comes to physical or mechanical obstacles--but the whole chain of events presents a confusing and paradoxical picture to an outsider.