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    Quote Originally Posted by Harlow_Jem View Post
    I like to get to know people by either observing them and deciding whether they're worthy of associating with or by asking direct questions to quickly get an idea of who they are at the core. I find that both men and women find me intimidating to approach at first but quickly find that I'm supremely easy going and won't judge you based on petty things.
    What type of things would you judge someone on? Which is to say, what type of things do you consider petty and what type of things aren't?

    I'd love to hear any other ENTJ opinions as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    What type of things would you judge someone on? Which is to say, what type of things do you consider petty and what type of things aren't?

    I'd love to hear any other ENTJ opinions as well.
    If I don't know you, I'll observe to simply see whether you're a genuine person and once I decide for sure that you're worthy of my affections then you can pretty much do no wrong in my eyes thereafter. Which is why a lot of people consider me a good friend, but those I count as my real friends is a very small number.

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    What type of things would you judge someone on? Which is to say, what type of things do you consider petty and what type of things aren't?
    I usually have to talk to someone for a bit to make a judgement I'd consider reliable. Not to say I *wouldn't* make one based on more superficial info, but I would keep an open mind about the person in that case.

    Don't wear emo t-shirts, though. I'll definitely judge that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    I usually have to talk to someone for a bit to make a judgement I'd consider reliable. Not to say I *wouldn't* make one based on more superficial info, but I would keep an open mind about the person in that case.

    Don't wear emo t-shirts, though. I'll definitely judge that.
    Ha! I guess I should feel badly about making judgments on superficial traits, but if I see emo wear, "ghetto" or the hip hop style wear, I am pretty sure I will not like you. It takes a certain type of person to make those appearance decisions, and I typically do not like those people.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    Don't wear emo t-shirts, though. I'll definitely judge that.
    You have my permission to judge with extreme prejudice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    You have my permission to judge with extreme prejudice.
    Do ENTJs ever do things without extreme prejudice?



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    You have my permission to judge with extreme prejudice.
    FUCKING WHINY EMO PUNK BITCHES!!! GO DIE!!! TO THE SOUNDTRACK OF YOUR SHITTY, SHITTY EMO BANDS!!*

    Good?

    *I don't really want emos to die. Maybe just get slightly roughed up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    FUCKING WHINY EMO PUNK BITCHES!!! GO DIE!!! TO THE SOUNDTRACK OF YOUR SHITTY, SHITTY EMO BANDS!!*

    Good?

    *I don't really want emos to die. Maybe just get slightly roughed up.
    I think it would be far easier to just make them kill themselves. They're almost there as it is.



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    Do ENTJs ever do things without extreme prejudice?
    Ha ha, I'm going to tell my bf about this quote. And then he and I, and the dogs, will snuggle, with extreme prejudice.

    PS. You're probably right about the poor, sad emos. Maybe we should just forcefeed them Prozac?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    Ha ha, I'm going to tell my bf about this quote. And then he and I, and the dogs, will snuggle, with extreme prejudice.

    PS. You're probably right about the poor, sad emos. Maybe we should just forcefeed them Prozac?
    What a great mental image. I can picture you, grappling your dogs and bf in a tremendous bear hug super tightly, and just not letting go.

    "Uhhh...could you loosen your grip a tad?"

    "QUIET! We're snuggling."



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