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    Default What is it about those ENTPs?

    In conversations I have had here with several ENTPs, I would usually be thinking, "well this is nice and interesting but I don't get why INFJs and ENTPs are supposed to be a good match". Then, after not talking to them for awhile, I realized that I missed them! It's like they get under your skin without you realizing it. Thoughts?

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    I don't get that "good match" hoopla either. They do tend to get under your skin but what's life without some laughs and ENTPs certainly are giggleworthy

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    Yeah.
    I'm not an INFJ (well, at least not completely ), but those ENTPs make me laugh harder than any other type I've known. They have the BEST sense of humor.
    That's a gross generalization. Duh. I know. But from my personal experience with them, they're the best friends to laugh with.
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    No love for the introverted NTPs?
    If a deaf INFP falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

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    ^ It's for your own good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    I don't get that "good match" hoopla either. They do tend to get under your skin but what's life without some laughs and ENTPs certainly are giggleworthy
    you get extra points if you laugh with us and not at us... although we'll also join you in laughing at us

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    ENTPs do get under my skin. I both admire them and want to skin them alive. Which...they seem to enjoy ;-p . lol, at least a relationship with one wouldn't be without passion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Intricate Mystic View Post
    It's like they get under your skin without you realizing it. Thoughts?
    Try exorcism
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

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    Well, they share humor and ideas with you. This makes the connection stronger for another N dominant.

    I've noticed that I always end up missing fellow N-dominant types who share their ideas with me and make a fuss over mine. The bond created by this can result in an a strong attachment before you even know what's happening. I'm not used to feeling that way, because I've mostly interacted with S-types (and T or F types) who I feel like I could talk to about nothing for hours, and still feel no connection to.

    ENTPs are kind of unique, in that out of all the crazy EPs, they're the ones that I can sort of understand and relate to.

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