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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    The ENTP male INFJ male interactions from what I have noticed don't go so well. Even if the male is a 4w5. INFJ males seem to take things a bit too seriously. INFJ E 9s also get along quite well with ENTPs. But then again I assume they do with all types since they are 9s.
    aren't we forgetting the greatest INFJ-ENTP story of all times?
    if i remember right it goes something like this...



    there was once a young INFJ
    he was lonely and felt out of place
    wondering what was out there
    he thought the world was loosing it's grace

    so he wondered the streets
    until he saw something neat

    and found an ENTP with a treat

    together they shared a good laugh

    and made a few friends and foes

    so he said goodbye to his friends

    and they staged his own death:

    and since then they've being having adventures
    fighting crimes wherever they go:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mertonchavez View Post
    So I don't know if I have met any ENTPs. I am usually pretty good at guessing what personality type someone is but have yet to come across any ENTPs. I am curious about the typical ENTP and INFJ interaction and if most people are pleased with it. What have your experiences been? And where do you ENTPs hang out? I want to meet one.
    Stick with @Kasper or @Riva and avoid @Mane (at least for the moment).

    Heh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crescent Fresh View Post
    avoid @Mane (at least for the moment).
    excelent advice.

    probably needs some fixing:
    Quote Originally Posted by Crescent Fresh View Post
    avoid @Mane (at least for the moment a very very long time).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    excelent advice.

    probably needs some fixing:

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    Usually INFJs tend to fall madly for me and then move on really quickly.

    I guess you'll know an ENTP when you fall for one and then quickly fall in the opposite direction.

    (Is that too egotistical?)

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    My first ENTP experience is very good indeed.

    Expect to be mentally challenged, surprised and teased alot.The ENTP male that I know is the first person to notice I'm complicated and bring it up for discussion, he can read my moods well and enjoys pleasing me and others. he seems to like complicated things, so if all ENTP's are like that INFJ's are naturally onto a winner. They are the type in my OP most capable of actually understanding the INFJ riddle.


    Sorry ENFP's but the NeTi combo appears to be very sturdy and more focused this is almost frightening when pitched against well developed Ni and older INFJ and ENTP will defiantly the feel the fire with well developed Ti going in all guns blazing.


    My only quibble is perhaps they are a little to good. cheesy as it sounds but i swiftly got my INFJ wall spotted and then be for I knew it INFJ central had a ENTP having a good old rummage around it, shaking things up getting all excited, wanting to know everything . Doesn't matter how big or secure the wall may be the 'invetors' find away in.


    This has left me somewhat perturbed and I'm nearly 30, it may freak a younger INFJ out and a younger ENTP may not know how to be careful. secondly it can be intense and so it's natural not be to sure if that feel is romantic or not, from the ENTP side they can be very flirtatious this leads to a world of confusion.

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    I am really glad I found this thread. Right now, I am majorly channeling entp so I feel as though my comments are appropriate (though as we all know no entp comment can truly be appropriate). My fave gf was infj, but in my experience entp-infj relationships usually do not go well long term. The reason being is entp is often on their soul a playboy and if not in actuality then wracked with guilt over this desire + wanting to maintain their "morality." Infj is perfect in soul for entp only it cannot accept non-monogamy. Thus either infj feels "used" or entp becomes a codependent shell of themselves. I think entp admires on infj:

    Love, kindness, creativity, closeness, altruism

    Entps does not fit well with infj naïvete, depression, etc.

    Also, I think entp generally is more focused on pursuit of success than infj. Entp-infj where I have seen it work! Asian professional couples (usually japanese) though I think it is cultural because entp will NOT violate societal morality and throw it in the infj's face. Infj will not inquire nor state own needs. Sometimes.. it's the most beautiful genuine love not a pretense for the eyes of others

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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    The reason being is entp is often on their soul a playboy and if not in actuality then wracked with guilt over this desire + wanting to maintain their "morality." Infj is perfect in soul for entp only it cannot accept non-monogamy. Thus either infj feels "used" or entp becomes a codependent shell of themselves. I think entp admires on infj:
    ...no.

    and i'm not just talking for myself - loyalty to extreme levels among ENTPs i talked too seems to be so common that it might as well be a trait, and at least some INFJs are quite capable of having a battle of desire vs. morality (although oddly the guilt can then become the SOs fault). regarding perusit of sucess, not all ENTPs are enneagram type 3...

    sorry, but whatever your channeling doesn't sound like any ENTP i've known.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    ...no.

    and i'm not just talking for myself - loyalty to extreme levels among ENTPs i talked too seems to be so common that it might as well be a trait, and at least some INFJs are quite capable of having a battle of desire vs. morality (although oddly the guilt can then become the SOs fault).

    sorry, but whatever your channeling doesn't sound like any ENTP i've known.
    What aspect do you object to, the playboy comment, the non-monogamy, the guilt, something else?

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    Sorry I wrote that when I was really sleepy so take it with a grain of salt. I've noticed that as the "worst case scenario" shall we say.

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