There are some that I've encountered (on the internet) that made me believe that most are not ENTP's. To me, it's like they noticed how people like ENTP's a lot, so they read up on the type description and try to embody everything it says. It's a bit frustrating to see some of them try too hard to be witty and funny, while maintaining that whole "misunderstood Joker" persona. Some use the descriptions of the ENTP's as an excuse of being a total asshole and disregard everyone's feelings.
I dunno, it just annoys me to see people use MBTI to create their whole personality. I know a lot of them aren't like that, but the ones I've saw on reddit...it's just a bit sad.
"You know when sometimes you meet someone so beautiful and then you actually talk to them and five minutes later they're as dull as a brick? Then there's other people, when you meet them you think, "Not bad. They're okay." And then you get to know them and their face just sort of becomes them. Like their personality's written all over it. And they just turn into something so beautiful."
INFP here, and I love my ENTP friend! I admire his confidence and enthusiasm. Something about it makes my Ne go crazy, like "You are doing way too many cool things and I insist on being involved." He's a complete intellectual romantic, double majoring in Physics and Mathematics, pursuing an archeologic career outside of school, and all the while maintaining an enthusiasm for classical music and the arts. Oh... and he understands and respects people's sensitivities even if we don't sit down and talk about them! He's hilarious, quick witted, a champion of debate, and I just enjoy it all. I laugh at all his jokes and in return he spares me along his wit's destructive path. He's a great friend and I learn a lot being around him.
So there you go, an INFP's most sensitive evaluation of the type No I don't hate them!
Nope. I suspect my uncle whom I was fond of and loved spending time with hanging out and laughing together is an ENTP.
ENTP people in general are very intelligent, insightful, and can make me laugh till it hurts; in short, they make life very interesting.
Noo. I'm pretty sure one of my co-workers is an ENTP (one of these days I'll have her take the test to confirm) and we get along marvelously. She's frank, funny, intelligent, and we tend to have similar views on things. Awesome person! I need more of them in my life