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    So, the conclusion is that J/Te creates a lot of stress in ENTPs ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    the stories I could tell!



    ^ no ears, but ALL EARS!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlahBlahNounBlah View Post
    (trying not to make Pness joke)
    Sleep late for a better tomorrow.

    Extraverted - 58%
    INtuitive - 73%
    Thinking - 71%
    Perceiving - 66%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    So, the conclusion is that J/Te creates a lot of stress in ENTPs ?

    I worry about stressing them out sometimes, because I can be flaky with plans. But INTJs don't stress me out at all. They're like partners in crime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    So, the conclusion is that J/Te creates a lot of stress in ENTPs ?
    I think that I stress you guys out more than the opposite.

    Quote Originally Posted by BlahBlahNounBlah View Post


    ^ no ears, but ALL EARS!!!
    We'll have to start a new thread about ridiculous ex SO stories.

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    One thing that is enticing about the thought of INTJ SOs is knowing they wouldn't be shocked by my jokes. I wouldn't have to use a filter.


    Maybe I shouldn't dismiss this combo so quickly!

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    Hah! The boy and I both love to play the devil's advocate. He's an INxJ, most likely an INFJ with high T functioning. Initially, when learning MBTI, I considered him INTJ.


    I'm actually pretty attracted to INTJ; out of all types, esp. NTs, they're the most likely to engage in debate (aside from ENTPs), for the hell of it. Just cuz. To know. To learn. Out of curiosity. Cuz they got a question, esp. if they are secure enough with you.

    The boy and I initially started off as friends, and, one day he told me, "You know, I was literally sitting on my couch for a couple of hours, racking my brain trying to figure out, at least ONE reason why I am still friends with you...and, I couldn't find any other reason, just one, you have a damn intriguing mind."

    I was actually quite offended, once you peel away the layers of that 'compliment', i.e., there was NO redeeming quality about me aside from my mind and its daily dose of weirdness/fascination for him.

    And, the other thing that he admires about me, "You got balls."

    Combining them together means that we bond over debating.

    So, yup, we engage in debate with each other quite often. It's our subtle way of showing affection. Outsiders think we're 'unhealthy' because we're always bickering, but, we love it. It works for *us*...and makes those moments when we are emotionally intimate that much more special. More intimate, treasured.

    Our fav. past-time, like this last weekend, bust out the lawnchairs, with the beerholders, a shared blanket, on his deck, moon and stars up above, a couple of candles casting shadowy glow, we debate. Balls out. Spitfire round. Debate. Makes what I try to engage in these forums look like child's play.

    Then, calm discussions. Talking of hopes, dreams, what ifs, weird scenarios, what would you do.

    Then, debate.

    Sometimes, there's from his end, "let's just agree to disagree"

    and...from me, "Whatever, Mr. Devil's Advocate"

    Him snickering.

    Me making shadow puppets.

    And, we debate. Sometimes, until the sun rises again the next day. It's mental exhaustion of the most formidable kind. Indescribable in words.

    Makes falling asleep holding tight to him, that much more special, cuz, this was the same person who smilingly took my mental hits, and I his, and recognized ideas for ideas, versus, me for me, and are now holding me, not my ideas, oh so tight.

    Love it.

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    ^

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    INTJs are the ENTPs of the introverted world.
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlahBlahNounBlah View Post
    Maybe I shouldn't dismiss this combo so quickly!
    They can be great.

    My ex INTJ was fun as all hell, but he just liked everything to be very precise and he tortured me because I wasn't. And he made a big show of torturing me, instead of just telling me what he wanted.

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