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  • INTP

    27 17.88%
  • INTJ

    29 19.21%
  • ENTP

    52 34.44%
  • ENTJ

    32 21.19%
  • An NT? No way!

    11 7.28%
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  1. #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    ^ When you use the tertiary and inferior functions due to stress and the primary/secondary functions needing a break, you appear as kind of a childish version of the type that shares only the first letter with you.

    Ergo, ENFPs in stressed-out-and-time-to-get-shit-done mode appear temporarily like ESTJs.
    So we ENTPs suffer from constant stress ? Finally the mystery is solved and stands revealed

    No wait that made no sense
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    ENTJ, the desicion was made between ENT's.

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    ENTP! They're just like me, but less feeling. Perfect! I really need to feel less. Who can teach me how to be T?
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    ENTJ.

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    I'm surprised at the tentative score.

    Well, not so much that the ENTP is winning, but that the ENTJ is a close second.

    Maybe extroversion is the way to go? Or that we just have a higher concentration of dissatisfied introverts?

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    ENTJ. I think I would like to be EJ, because being IP stresses me out. (Although I'm sure being EJ is stressful in its own ways.) Plus, my best friend is ENTJ and she's pretty awesome.

    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    When I first got into MBTI, I thought I was INTP (as I often test that way), and it upset me.
    ahahaha

    The same thing happened to me! I just remember reading up a bunch of stuff about INTPs, and mostly getting the impression: "You're weird, you don't fit in, and no one understands you." Then I ended up realizing I was actually INFP, and so...

    Wait...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    I'm surprised at the tentative score.

    Well, not so much that the ENTP is winning, but that the ENTJ is a close second.

    Maybe extroversion is the way to go? Or that we just have a higher concentration of dissatisfied introverts?
    It's harder to imagine what it's like to be an introvert, as those people tend to not share that easily

    For me, I chose ENTJ over INTJ (but only just), because I like the impact they can have on the world. They tend to be more blunt, more clear in what they want and how to get it (and not bogged down by others usually). I tend to appreciate that enormously..though INTJ intelligence and their cunning ways have their appeal too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    Maybe extroversion is the way to go? Or that we just have a higher concentration of dissatisfied introverts?
    I wouldn't say dissatisfied - I've thought on many occasions about how I'm glad I'm an introvert.

    I just wouldn't want to trade my brand of introvertedness for another brand of introvertedness. If I have to change, change big!

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    I'm not necessarily dissatisfied with being an introvert in and of itself...it just seems like the things I'm interested in (dance, a performing art; learning a foreign language) seem to be areas where extroverts have more advantages...

    And I picked ENTJ over ENTP because I'm pretty extreme on the P-side...it'd be nice to know what it's like to be organized and decisive for once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lacey View Post
    ahahaha

    The same thing happened to me! I just remember reading up a bunch of stuff about INTPs, and mostly getting the impression: "You're weird, you don't fit in, and no one understands you." Then I ended up realizing I was actually INFP, and so...

    Wait...
    Yeah, but we're artists. INTPs are just nerds


    Quote Originally Posted by Lacey View Post
    I'm not necessarily dissatisfied with being an introvert in and of itself...it just seems like the things I'm interested in (dance, a performing art; learning a foreign language) seem to be areas where extroverts have more advantages...
    Language is supposed to be one of the INFP's natural talents. I imagine dance might be very Se dominated though. Performing, well, if you're not shy, then introversion can be good for portraying a complex character.
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