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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    In social situations I imagine I often come off as a misanthrope; abrasive and aloof yet socially interacting. Other times, if I am feeling "on", I will be effusive and charming. It depends on my mood and the energy of the people around me. But, I would say that many people might see me as an introvert in the sense that I am not reliably warm or accessible.
    change that "i will be... charming" to "i will be more open, talkative, joking, and more often than not, it gets good feedback, laughs, and seems to keep the conversation and joking around flowing freely", and i'd completely agree with everything else you said.

    i had to change the 'charming' as i'm apparently one of those freak ENTPs who simply can not bring myself to call me that. never could and never will. i tend to think the back and forth between myself and the others is what creates the situation, not me, or even mostly me. therefore, credit goes to everyone when it goes well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    change that "i will be... charming" to "i will be more open, talkative, joking, and more often than not, it gets good feedback, laughs, and seems to keep the conversation and joking around flowing freely", and i'd completely agree with everything else you said.

    i had to change the 'charming' as i'm apparently one of those freak ENTPs who simply can not bring myself to call me that. never could and never will. i tend to think the back and forth between myself and the others is what creates the situation, not me, or even mostly me. therefore, credit goes to everyone when it goes well.
    I certainly agree with everything you said. I am just lazy and cannot find a better word to describe what happens. Maybe a better word would be... engaging? It is less pompous sounding. I am definitely not overconfident in social sitations and even quite vulnerable as you seem to be as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raz1337 View Post
    I'm thinking this guy is an ENTP.

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    Sly! LMAO!
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    Quote Originally Posted by soleil View Post
    Sly! LMAO!
    He screwed it up, though, by getting guilty about it at the end. Tertiary Fe got in his way and f'd him up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    I certainly agree with everything you said. I am just lazy and cannot find a better word to describe what happens. Maybe a better word would be... engaging? It is less pompous sounding. I am definitely not overconfident in social sitations and even quite vulnerable as you seem to be as well.
    oh, good, then it's not just me.

    "engaging" does sound better, definitely. but, hmm, it still seems a little off. let me check something out. *grabs thesaurus*

    omg. look at this. yeah, we need to keep looking.

    see, it even bothers me when other "self-proclaimed entps" roll up in these forums and seriously start talking about how charming, great, and magnetic they are. frankly, it makes me ill and embarrassed to have the same letters under my avatar. i don't even want to be associated with them.

    to me, if you're truly charming, you don't have to tell people. anymore than you have to tell others your skin color.

    that term seems like something the other person should use as a description if they deem it fits (since charming THEM is the deciding factor of whether or not you are), not a term that one should use as a self-descriptor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raz1337 View Post
    He screwed it up, though, by getting guilty about it at the end. Tertiary Fe got in his way and f'd him up.
    True, true. I just found him so sleezy.. Lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soleil View Post
    True, true. I just found him so sleezy.. Lol.
    Sleezy's good. We need used car salesmen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    oh, good, then it's not just me.

    "engaging" does sound better, definitely. but, hmm, it still seems a little off. let me check something out. *grabs thesaurus*

    omg. look at this. yeah, we need to keep looking.

    see, it even bothers me when other "self-proclaimed entps" roll up in these forums and seriously start talking about how charming, great, and magnetic they are. frankly, it makes me ill and embarrassed to have the same letters under my avatar. i don't even want to be associated with them.

    to me, if you're truly charming, you don't have to tell people. anymore than you have to tell others your skin color.

    that term seems like something the other person should use as a description if they deem it fits (since charming THEM is the deciding factor of whether or not you are), not a term that one should use as a self-descriptor.
    How about a very neutral term such as "engaged"? I know I can be charming though it also equally possible for me to be obnoxious and pedentic. So it often ends up just being a net zero.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raz1337 View Post
    Sleezy's good. We need used car salesmen.

    I can see that, but he just had one of those faces I wanted to smash. I will give him props for being confident & outspoken. At the end, he got the girl so...he did good. Lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soleil View Post
    I can see that, but he just had one of those faces I wanted to smash. I will give him props for being confident & outspoken. At the end, he got the girl so...he did good. Lol.
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