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    Quote Originally Posted by LostInNerSpace View Post
    What is this ENTP crap?
    It's called a thread about ENTPs. Suprisingly, there's stuff about ENTP crap in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    It's called a thread about ENTPs. Suprisingly, there's stuff about ENTP crap in it.
    To say it with enfp words: WOW HOT SUPER AWESOME ! !
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    ENTP men seem more likely to be religious types
    ENTPs religious? What? Sceptical, challenging, noncomforming people. ENTPs are organized religions worst nightmare!
    "I'd never die for my beliefs, I might be wrong"

    "Is it not enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe there are fairys at the bottom of it too"

    "Intelligence is being able to hold too opposing views in the mind at the one time without going crazy" - Now all I need to figure out is if I'm intelligent or crazy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJ99 View Post
    ENTPs religious? What? Sceptical, challenging, noncomforming people. ENTPs are organized religions worst nightmare!
    I know some religious ENTPs. But the difference is that they don't rely solely on faith, though it may start out or end that way. Most religious ENTPs that I know find strength in the facts, research, history. It makes logical sense to them to believe in their system. And they also tend to be open minded, inquisitive and always on the hunt for more knowledge. They become overly concerned with studying the religious text, and even the language in which it was written. One ENTP described his belief in Christianity to me as the only plausible outcome of X,Y and Z as it relates to the witnesses after the crucifixion. Basically he looked for "proof" and he was satisfied with what he found.

    I think you are thinking of religion as a rule based institution designed to suffocate thought, when it can be anything but that for those who long for more. This is why there are colleges devoted to divine studies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I know some religious ENTPs. But the difference is that they don't rely solely on faith, though it may start out or end that way. Most religious ENTPs that I know find strength in the facts, research, history. It makes logical sense to them to believe in their system. And they also tend to be open minded, inquisitive and always on the hunt for more knowledge. They become overly concerned with studying the religious text, and even the language in which it was written. One ENTP described his belief in Christianity to me as the only plausible outcome of X,Y and Z as it relates to the witnesses after the crucifixion. Basically he looked for "proof" and he was satisfied with what he found.

    I think you are thinking of religion as a rule based institution designed to suffocate thought, when it can be anything but that for those who long for more. This is why there are colleges devoted to divine studies.
    wow...thats eerily accurate in my experience...so my friend is not crazy

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    Quote Originally Posted by thisGuy View Post
    wow...thats eerily accurate in my experience...so my friend is not crazy
    No, not crazy. Just thirsty for more knowledge, like the rest of us.

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    ENTP men vs ENTP women = pimps vs hoes. U KNOW THIS, mannnnnnn

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    The main difference I noticed is how they try and assert themselves.

    The males tend to try to assert over a person, whereas the females tend to try and assert over an idea.

    I think maturity makes a huge difference on how attached they are in succeeding. It's the difference between needing to win and just wanting to push the boundaries to create the most challenging equilibrium possible.

    * It should be noted that I don't know any ENTP females in real life, though, so I'm open to being wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nozflubber View Post
    ENTP men vs ENTP women = pimps vs hoes 'hos. U KNOW THIS, mannnnnnn
    We got game. INTPs, still sitting on the bench.

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    pimps vs madams. INTPs are the hos.

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