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    Quote Originally Posted by Allywally View Post
    lol. I quite agree, but they sure are fascinating....
    until the novelty wares off?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    until the novelty wares off?
    yep. Then they just become analytical jerks who like to argue all the time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allywally View Post
    yep. Then they just become analytical jerks who like to argue all the time
    Oh, if you mean people put on a facade in the beginning to enthrall and getting what they want, that falls off over time and they default to their preferred persona that no longer appeals to the other party and shatters their expectations, it's not type related, everyone can do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    Oh, if you mean people put on a facade in the beginning to enthrall and getting what they want, that falls off over time and they default to their preferred persona that no longer appeals to the other party and shatters their expectations, it's not type related, everyone can do it.
    Not everbody does it, well maybe for sex. Ok. Lol. But when I wanted companionship? I just disappointed or didn't click with a lot of people until I met one that was pretty cool and I wanted to hang around with him often.

    Do ENTPs put on a facade? The ones I have known...wait. Yeah. A little but it's still them. Not insincere at all. Just typical extrovert bravado stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Not everbody does it, well maybe for sex. Ok. Lol. But when I wanted companionship? I just disappointed or didn't click with a lot of people until I met one that was pretty cool and I wanted to hang around with him often.

    Do ENTPs put on a facade? The ones I have known...wait. Yeah. A little but it's still them. Not insincere at all. Just typical extrovert bravado stuff.
    I'm so glad you asked that. As the utmost ENTP authority spokesperson, I can share that ENTP's are perfect and not subject to any wrongdoing or otherwise human pitfalls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    I'm so glad you asked that. As the utmost ENTP authority spokesperson, I can share that ENTP's are perfect and not subject to any wrongdoing or otherwise human pitfalls.
    I'm sensing confirmation bias here
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    I'm sensing confirmation bias here
    That's not possible, as per the previous post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    That's not possible, as per the previous post.
    Dagnabbit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Do ENTPs put on a facade? The ones I have known...wait. Yeah. A little but it's still them. Not insincere at all. Just typical extrovert bravado stuff.
    Putting on a fascade would furthermore need you to be a lot intrested in people so that you want to manipulate them and rise in their ranks and become their leader, but entp and people... entps are more interested in... wait I'll write more after I finished this dungeon in Fallout 4
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post

    Do ENTPs put on a facade?
    Yeah but in my defense I blame Fe.

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