i had a pretty cool platonic relationship with a female INTJ, she was older than me, so at the times i didnt feel like pursuing it. Everyone that saw us hanging out thought we were together...rather odd... maybe i should look for an INTJ if my INFJ search fails....
If you can handle I female ENTJ, then you will be a very happy fellow, but there are very few that are up to the challenge.
My friend Gothmawg (INFP male) wants a pet ENTJ to play with (his words, not mine). I think he's up to it.
My best friend is an xNTJ, and though she enjoys her own company (more introverted), her personality is FAR more the Field-Marshall than the Mastermind I am.
People flock to her, and she has (what appears to me) to be a totally magical way of getting everyone around her to do exactly what she wants them to do, and to WANT to do so. It's the strangest thing I've ever seen; she's kinda short, but when she walks into a room and clears her throat strong men wince and fall silent. When *I* walk into a room full of strong men, all I usually get is propositioned!
If I had a nickel for every man that has told me, "Damn. You've got bigger balls than I do." I'd be a very wealthy gal, indeed.
ZOMG ME TOO!!
In a recent soap opera situation in my life where I was calling a guy on his BS, nearly every friend I had said something like "OMG, Cranky! You've got BALLS OF SOLID ROCK!" Variants included "a great big hairy pair," "clanking brass balls," and "knee-knockers." My brother said something like "I know twenty large men who don't have a pair like that."
We need to come up with a better way to verbally ascribe courage to females. The problem is that there's no really good way to do it.
In my head I'm hearing a man say in admiring tones: "Wow, man. That chick has a cast-iron cervix, yo." See? It just doesn't have the same ring to it.
I know two ENTJ women irl, both teachers. One was my teacher at high school, was 29 at the time, and hated me to death (at least I used to get this feeling from her, mostly because I was more intelligent than her and used to correct her in the classes), she was also very immature, abrasive and practically ran the school despite being only a teacher, everybody despised her. The other ENTJ woman was my teacher at university, completely different from the previous one: in her forties, idealistic, caring and funny. We got along greatly and became friends. We loved to discuss how it was hard for her to be a rational woman in a society filled with emotional women.
The two were very hot, indeed.
huh: I am an INTJ and believe me I might love my ISFP but she drives me crazy. Maybe its the insecure P side as I am a borderline INTJ/P.
It's weird seeing things that you posted nearly a year ago. I wouldn't say that I have a true soulmate type right now like I did back then (I like a lot of types! Anything can happen). But anyways...
Is it mostly J and P that conflicts?
Anyways to add to the thread topic, it seems like ENTJs aren't all that intrigued by me, and they can bore me as well. In my experience I've never had communication issues, it's more of a chemistry and meshing issue. It's hit or miss. J/P would cause problems.