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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Bad man, bad, bad man. How could you say such a thing to a person with so many extraverted functions?
    Oh yes, how silly of me. Your primary function is Extraverted Delusioning - in that you have that innate drive to impose and annoy others with your delusions of grandeur, intelligence, competence, and whatnot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    Oh yes, how silly of me. Your primary function is Extraverted Delusioning - in that you have that innate drive to impose and annoy others with your delusions of grandeur, intelligence, competence, and whatnot.
    HUSH! Now get back into the corner, young man, until you can think of something kind to say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    HUSH! Now get back into the corner, young man, until you can think of something kind to say.
    I love you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    No, I'm not a good example either, belonging in part to many other types.
    People don't "belong in part to many other types". You're either not an ENTJ, or a fucked-up one.

    Just sayin'.

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    When I think of [type] on the forum, I think of...

    INFJ: iwakar, sanveane, MonkeyGrass, Wyst, penelope
    ENFJ: Lookin4TheBestNU, Afkan, The Grand Chameleon
    INFP: heart, OrangeAppled, Thursday, neptunesnet
    ENFP: Lady X, Amargith, SillySapienne/CaptainChick, noigmn

    INTJ: 01011010, SmileyMan, Mycroft, bananatrombones
    ENTJ: Jaguar, FDG
    INTP: Reason/Lee, Owl, ajblaise, ygolo, InaF, Morgan Le Fay
    ENTP: Qre:us, LucrativeSid, digesthisickness, Eck

    ISFJ: Giggly
    ESFJ: proteanmix, wrldisquiethere
    ISTJ: raz, Matthew Z
    ESTJ: Max

    ISFP: Quinlan, SolitaryPenguin, maliafee
    ESFP: shortnsweet
    ISTP: Grayscale, mcmartinez84, Kingfisher
    ESTP: Halla

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    I love you?
    Now, that's better. You may leave the corner now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Now, that's better. You may leave the corner now.
    I wasn't in the corner to begin with, but oh well.

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    Pfft, Peguy, do have a bit of imagination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Pfft, Peguy, do have a bit of imagination.
    Indeed I do, and admit it - you LOVE it!

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    Bad rep of the ENTJ is suddenly explained with the emergence of this thread.
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