Ehh... generally no. They irritate me if I am forced to interact with them too much because of how unplanned they are (and their often refusal to do so). At a distance I am fine, but if I have to work on something with them I will inevitably get very pushy with them. I have sincere doubts I could date one. I've been told to learn to just trust them based off what they've done. The problem is, they very often mess up enough that trust can not be built.
MBTI: ExxJ tetramer Functions: Fe > Te > Ni > Se > Si > Ti > Fi > Ne
Enneagram: 1w2 - 3w4 - 6w5 (The Taskmaster) | sp/so Socionics: β-E dimer | - Big 5: slOaI Temperament: Choleric/Melancholic Alignment: Lawful Neutral External Perception:Nohari and Johari
I've haven't been irritated by ENTPs, quite the opposite, I enjoy their company and seek them out. I find our demeanours similar; friendly, warm, unpretentious, adventurous, imaginative and perceptive - how can you not love them? If they're pushing your buttons, you need to take everything less seriously since it's becomes easier to target.
I love their ability to switch perspectives comfortably, not only can they determine issues before they exist but it's hilarious to see them wind someone up. My friend used to do all the time, people thought he was serious and I couldn't understand why since he had a mischievous face. He was genuinely nice but would get bored quickly.
ENTPs are a fresh breath of air when it comes to conflict, their quick-wit affords them the skill to see the whole situation. I find they always bring new perspectives to personal problems albeit the detachment and rationality which can irk some people (you need to be a bit more gentle when you deliver the blow). Nonetheless, I have yet to see another type that is shrewd and unpretentious.
There you go, @johnnyyukon, someone does love your type.