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    Junior Member Steve_The_Cat's Avatar
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    I love ENTJs.

    With our powers compined, I can shoot burning rays of unicorns and flowers from my eyes! O_O

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    ENTJ-

    Ideal romantic partner for INFP? Check.
    Someone to learn from, and giving them someone to learn from? Check.
    Someone that won't judge you for what you say or do? Check.

    Most people take it for granted when they don't have to worry about what they say around people.

    Bad things-

    Rarity, especially in females.
    Aww

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    One word: Hot!
    I love NTJs in general, but ENTJS are most likely to take your breath away while scaring you shitless. Adrenaline rush, man, seriously.

    Other than that, I have immense respect for the way you guys are able to take on..well pretty much the world. There's something utterly reassuring about having an ENTJ on your side. Chances are, things are going to work out, coz of the way you guys handle them. Don't wanna be the object of your wrath though
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    I appreciate (as several already noted) the nonjudgmental attitude. I don't ever feel as though I'm being weighed and measured. WYSIWYG.

    I enjoy never hearing "You know, what you should do is...."

    And I absolutely love being able to take an idea far past the point of it being even remotely acceptable to society at large.

    I'm kind of ambiguous on having my mind read. Sometimes it's nice not to have to go stumbling around for the right words. Sometimes it's just scary.

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    According to this site, Whoopie Goldberg is an ENTJ, and Benny Goodman, and Steve Martin - all fun folk.
    Step into my metaphysical room of mirrors.
    Fear of reality creates myopic morality
    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
    (from Blue Velvet)

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    Quote Originally Posted by norepinephrine View Post
    I appreciate (as several already noted) the nonjudgmental attitude. I don't ever feel as though I'm being weighed and measured. WYSIWYG.

    I enjoy never hearing "You know, what you should do is...."

    And I absolutely love being able to take an idea far past the point of it being even remotely acceptable to society at large.

    I'm kind of ambiguous on having my mind read. Sometimes it's nice not to have to go stumbling around for the right words. Sometimes it's just scary.
    Here you have it. These are more of my thoughts put into much clearer words, I can agree with all of this! I didn't know how to express myself, but here it is!
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

    sCueI (primary Inquisition)

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    I think once you get them, they are great!
    I used to find this type to be intimidating and they made me cower in their very presence. but after a lot of exposure and talking to them, they ended up being some of my favorite people! They like to get things done and have everything and everyone around them in line. but at the end of the day they are just really fun. Their sense of humor is very funny. They do everything at 100%. That means working a lot, making money, and being dicks sometimes (Only when necissary, of course!). But then when they relax, they REALLY relax. When they are having fun, they are really having fun. And when you are friends with them, they are really an excellent friend. And thats my synopsis.

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    Although I'm an INTP and a big girl now - quite capable of taking care of myself - I feel I should add this:

    Dun mess wiv meh…

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    The thing about ENTJs is that unhealthy ones default to a more domineering, structured, and overly aggressive personality that rubs people the wrong way. I think that's why they tend to get the flack they do.

    I've never known any in real life, but the ones on this forum have really raised my expectations of what they are capable of. I look forward to getting to meet an ENTJ one day.

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    I love entjs. they make my Human resource organizational G-spot tingle. perfect at the top to get shit moving.


    I find the female entjss to be super sexy as well.

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