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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyyukon View Post
    You callin' me a liar, punk??

    I prefer, strategic persuader.
    If part of your strategy is to lie, then... Though "liar" may have been a bit strong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyyukon View Post
    Lol, I love your emoticons. And Glandeur is slacker? Haha, probably.
    Yes, women need to educate themselves on not falling under mens' spells. But strangely, I've found that even some of the smartest still do. And actually, one girl I dated, I told her before we even kissed that I didn't want to be romantically involved, cuz I knew I'd end up hurting her (I wasn't that into her like that, but had a lot of respect for her). And ya know what? That only strengthened her resolve. And she got hurt.
    We should open a new thread about "(Self) Sex education" and Types. Because here it will be OFF TOPIC.
    What you said is interesting to analyse, mainly because I love understanding differences between men/women desires and feelings and all those complicate stuffs.
    But let's write a novel another time !
    When you said you told her you are not ready to get romantically involved and she was hurt, it's not your fault anyway :
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    ENTJ would be the most manipulative type. Since their inferior function is Fi, they would be less likely to feel bad about manipulating others.

    An ENTJ would use manipulation to move their goals forward and to get themselves into a position of power (most likely in a corporate setting).
    My Order of Cognitive Functions: Fi > Ne > Ni > Fe > Si > Se > Ti > Te
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    ENTP.

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    INFP.
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    Here's some relevant shit:



    The Four Styles of Emotional Manipulation



    Source: The Four Styles of Emotional Manipulation

    And this one has MBTI type examples for each of the 10:

    TEN Types of emotional manipulation:

    The ten types:


    The Ten types and their MBTI correlation:

    Source: MBTI: Emotional Manipulators | Zombies Ruin Everything

    (I personally maintain that ENTJs over all are most prone, maybe ESTJs, but I don't know many, if any)
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyyukon View Post
    Here's some relevant shit:

    The Four Styles of Emotional Manipulation
    Once more, this is true when the type is unhealthy.

    Once some technics failed and the manipulator realises people are "stronger"/not sensitive to their manipulative technics, he/she will have to change.

    If he/she is around healthy people, he/she will fin himself/herself alone.

    Unless life is just a sad battle in which one they are only interested in weak targets.

    And as we are all mirrors of each others' mistakes and flaws, my own revenge is enough to make them go away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyyukon View Post
    I don't think INTJs have the social charm/charisma to pull it off.

    ENTJs, on the other hand, have, as you said, all the skillz.
    Sadly, I agree with this. INTJs may be the "masterminds" of the NTs, but it generally takes an extrovert to charm people into doing what they want.

    As for myself, I detest mind games, so I have no desire to manipulate others, even if I had the ability to do so. If I want something done, I'm very direct about it.

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    INTJs. ENTJs can be aggressive and controlling, but they're very up front about it. INTJs are way more insidious and covert manipulators, so I feel like their success rate is higher.

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    I wonder why I have no desire to manipulate others. My best guess is that it's a trust issue. I've always been more or less self-reliant; if I want something done, I do it myself. I don't really trust other people to get the job done for me.

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