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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyst View Post
    Sorry, Lauren - I already had dibs.


    How good are INFJs at sharing? *hopes*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post


    How good are INFJs at sharing? *hopes*
    What is this 'sharing' you speak of?
    Mine!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Samvega View Post
    Also, everything you have that allows you to read people so well will be useless with the ENTP, we're both a blind spot to the other and if you're not totally comfortable with yourself this will exploit the others insecurities.
    I think the only reason we may be hard to read is that there is a part of us that is unconscious to ourselves. You know?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiltyred View Post
    I love them and I hate them that I love them.
    INFJ don't love easy. They seem to need to be stymied in their own peculiar way.

    Quote Originally Posted by sanveane View Post
    Oh yeah, the ENTP furrow. Lol, is that a defining trait, ENTPs?
    Quote Originally Posted by Samvega View Post
    It's common for sure and I love mine!
    Yea, I have this, too. Always squinting and furrowing. People think I'm angry sometimes when I'm just trying hard to focus.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    [Mature] ENTPs?


    Quote Originally Posted by Tiltyred View Post
    Samvega, you speak with great assurance but I suspect you're making stuff up. My ENTP is in his late 40s and he's doing that ENTP thing you people do 24/7 like there's no tomorrow. People actually suspect he's on cocaine or something. (I personally do not think so.) So in my experience, age doesn't help y'all dial it down.

    And as for us being more extroverted than you? Yeah, no. No way.
    Maturity is not related to age, more to how you digest experience.

    Quote Originally Posted by Samvega View Post
    A mature ENTP will think, speak and think some more. A mature is a good listener because they have been humbled, the ego is gone and life has shown them they don't know everything. Life has taught them there are lessons to be learned from everybody and the only way to learn them is to listen.
    Humbling. That's what the ENTP needs. It refines us. Breaks off some of the rough bits.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
    Good friends. Beneath the mask of insanity. There's a layer of deep caring/understanding.

    And.. below that, there's another layer of utter lunacy.
    Several, actually.
    I think actually we're deceptively simple, which, to an INFJ who makes even the most simple things complex, seems deep and layered.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    I love ENTP'S
    I haven't met one yet that I didn't like.

    I love how they are smart asses and I love how they know something about everything. I am full of questions and I like people who are full of answers,
    and not in an ego I know the answer because I am so smart and great- actually the ENTP's I have come across are just able to comment because they are into everything- and for someone who asks questions about everything- this is very compatible. It isn't about them- it is about knowing for the sake of knowing and being correct.

    They don't mind answering my questions- and don't take things personally- which is a nice compliment as I take everything personally,lol.

    I love their mind and how it travels all over the place- the weird connections they find- Freakonomics had to have been written by ENTP's-it makes for a hell of a fun ride-

    I like how they are very into rules- they are actually the most abiding by the rules they believe in from any type that I have seen- they go strongly against rules that they don't agree with and deem stupid or ineffective or nonsensical= they can argue their pov awesomely and can stand up effectively against anyone or any debate.

    They are poetry in motion when it comes to debate.

    I do think that you have to be able to deal with the droughts and floods that is their attention.
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    I only knew one for a short time but it was the most wonderful conversation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyst View Post
    wait a sec .... isn't that redundant? hehe
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    The only ENTP I knew was deceptive, so I ended the friendship. Still, he was nice to EVERYONE - including those who were otherwise ignored, a superb conversationalist, motivated and mentally quick. And silly! Especially coming from the jock type, it was very endearing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladypinkington View Post
    I like how they are very into rules- they are actually the most abiding by the rules they believe in from any type that I have seen- they go strongly against rules that they don't agree with and deem stupid or ineffective or nonsensical= they can argue their pov awesomely and can stand up effectively against anyone or any debate.

    They are poetry in motion when it comes to debate.

    I do think that you have to be able to deal with the droughts and floods that is their attention.
    See, I'm glad you noticed this thing about rules. For me it's not about rules as much as I believe in right and wrong in a very black and white way and it has nothing to do with anyone else's view of right and wrong. Just my own personal view of what is really TRUE.

    Agreed also on the attention thing.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    See, I'm glad you noticed this thing about rules. For me it's not about rules as much as I believe in right and wrong in a very black and white way and it has nothing to do with anyone else's view of right and wrong. Just my own personal view of what is really TRUE.

    Agreed also on the attention thing.
    +1

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    My brother-in-law was an ENTP and UGH he was so mean.
    He was funny, I'm not going to deny that. He's a cool person, most of the time, but much more than I could ever handle as a partner.

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