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    Quote Originally Posted by Salt n' pepper View Post
    Yeah. That would get my attention.
    In a hunter-prey sort of way? (Yum ,what a tasty morsal...)

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    Sorry I am so late to this discussion, but I felt like I needed to weigh in.

    Pursuing us is pretty damn easy - just be smart, independent and ambitious, and at the same time, have some introspective ideas, and then bam! That's it. Altruism and compassion would also be hot. I think this works for both women and men who are ENTJs.

    Most importantly, be honest and don't say anything stupid. One time, I was have this coffee with a woman as a first date, and she started making a joke about homeless people, calling them "bums." I gave her a pass.

    But then she started making comments about the "lack of cheerleaders" at the Olympics, and right then and there, I ended the date.

    So, yeah - don't say anything inane.

    Above all: don't appear needy! Oh, and never say, "I don't know" to a "What do you think of ..." question.

    Lastly, as the relationship progresses, learn to be sexually adventurous! Include roleplay!

    That is all!

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    uhhh, yeah...so, again, Blackcat, any advice you get from a male ENTJ should be taken with a grain of salt. Bust out the french maid outfit with one of your lady friends and I'm pretty sure you'll find yourself getting a firm "no thanks" at the very least. You might want to reread the post on ENTJ sex for further clarification of why this is probably a bad suggestion. Male ENTJs are clearly a different sort of animal in many ways.

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    Sarah Palin is here! Whoot!

    Lady, you bore me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by juggernaut View Post
    uhhh, yeah...so, again, Blackcat, any advice you get from a male ENTJ should be taken with a grain of salt. Bust out the french maid outfit with one of your lady friends and I'm pretty sure you'll find yourself getting a firm "no thanks" at the very least. You might want to reread the post on ENTJ sex for further clarification of why this is probably a bad suggestion. Male ENTJs are clearly a different sort of animal in many ways.
    Indeed. I'm pretty sure I know what I'm doing anyway, it's just nice getting more and more information (I'm a P afterall).

    Plenty of female INFPs to take this advice as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc790 View Post
    Sorry I am so late to this discussion, but I felt like I needed to weigh in.

    Pursuing us is pretty damn easy - just be smart, independent and ambitious, and at the same time, have some introspective ideas, and then bam! That's it. Altruism and compassion would also be hot. I think this works for both women and men who are ENTJs.

    Most importantly, be honest and don't say anything stupid. One time, I was have this coffee with a woman as a first date, and she started making a joke about homeless people, calling them "bums." I gave her a pass.

    But then she started making comments about the "lack of cheerleaders" at the Olympics, and right then and there, I ended the date.

    So, yeah - don't say anything inane.

    Above all: don't appear needy! Oh, and never say, "I don't know" to a "What do you think of ..." question.

    Lastly, as the relationship progresses, learn to be sexually adventurous! Include roleplay!

    That is all!

    G'luck!

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    A lot of this wouldn't apply to me. I don't need indipendent and ambitious, for example. Ambitious would especially be troublesome, since I'm not extremely ambitious myself.
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    I think it's safe to say we've got a troll in our midst.

    Blackcat, you will be fine and I'm sure you will find yourself a lovely ENTJ lady at some point. You know enough of us to have a pretty good sense of what we're like. Ignore the useless information you get from people who don't know what they're talking about (FDG, I'm not referring to you).

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    jesus. stop carrying the beef started from other threads into unrelated threads.

    As an ENTJ female I would like to be pursued in a manner that doesn't threaten my independence nor will I tolerate any game-playing. I don't like when men pursue me in a predator-like style, though I notice that I tend to pursue them that way. I like men who are quietly confident, straightforward, and are driven and manifested by secret passions. Most of the men I find most attractive are the confident, eccentric loner types that inherently exude a sort of unmistakeable individuality that sets them apart from the crowd (CHRISTOPHER WALKEN).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harlow_Jem View Post
    As an ENTJ female I would like to be pursued in a manner that doesn't threaten my independence nor will I tolerate any game-playing. I don't like when men pursue me in a predator-like style, though I notice that I tend to pursue them that way. I like men who are quietly confident, straightforward, and are driven and manifested by secret passions. Most of the men I find most attractive are the confident, eccentric loner types that inherently exude a sort of unmistakeable individuality that sets them apart from the crowd.
    Agreed.

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    I like men who are quietly confident, straightforward, and are driven and manifested by secret passions.
    Agreed!

    Oh, and never say, "I don't know" to a "What do you think of ..." question.
    Disagreed. Not knowing something is perfectly fine, and can be an admirable thing to admit, I think. I'd take an "I don't know" response as a chance to explore the subject further.
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