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    Good one !
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    You can tell the ExTPs apart because ENTPs make direct eye contact when speaking to you, while ESTPs are trying to look at their own reflection in your glasses.
    Good to know!
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    Quote Originally Posted by poppy View Post
    Good to know!
    You can say if you are just fucking with our minds, we wont trust you then !
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    You can say if you are just fucking with our minds, we wont trust you then !
    Whatever do you mean, sir...? I would never have any devious plans that would require that I deceive an ENTP!
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    Quote Originally Posted by poppy View Post
    ENTPs and ENTJs are impossible to distinguish from ESTPs and ESTJs in chaotic social settings, apart from their bizarre sense of humor and the fact that they are clearly taking notes and coming up with plans for world domination (hint: you can see this in their eyes).
    I think theres a difference. I think that even at their most active an NT is always going to have that kinda detached quality to them. But your right otherwise. If you find yourself in a conversation in a seemingly innocuous conversation with a charming and engaging person, but can't seem to shake the feeling youre being studied, its probably an ENT.


    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    So damn true, Ceecee. I find this especially with INTPs, whereas with ENTPs we just talk over each other - saying the same damn thing...

    I love hanging with my ENTJ sis, we never have to exchange words, just knowing glances that send us off into giggle fits, especially if we see someone trip and fall.
    Each NT-NT connection def seems to come with its own flavor. Hanging out with an ENTP usually leads to outrageous banter, deep philosophical conversation with the INTPs, more student-teacher with the INTJs, chill out have a beer and shoot the shit with other ENTJs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-up Rex View Post
    I think theres a difference. I think that even at their most active an NT is always going to have that kinda detached quality to them.
    I hadn't thought of this, but it does seem quite plausible
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    Quote Originally Posted by poppy View Post
    Many NTs are easily identified by one of the following: an angry-looking concentration face, a clear lack of understanding of the aesthetics involved in dressing yourself, a huge pile of books obscuring their faces, generally looking nerdy, or ruminating on the merits of post-colonial literature/physics/philosophy etc etc
    That is horrendously accurate. I've heard this is common for NTs (esp. INTPs/INTJs), but I'm frequently told that I appear to be glaring, when really all I'm doing consciously is observing my surroundings. You'll always find me reading a book of some sort, and I have a four-foot pile of coding books in my bedroom waiting to be skimmed (I have a tendency to buy books even for a language I already know, just to see if there's any additional information I can gather).

    As for fashion, my style is best described as "engineer-esque." Even worse, I'm female.

    As for where you'd find me, I'm a high school student so my free time is somewhat limited. But when I'm not doing an assignment you will either find me at the library (this is like my 2nd home), at a computer store, or at a public garden. Anywhere quiet I can think and not be bothered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lithium Onyx View Post
    That is horrendously accurate. I've heard this is common for NTs (esp. INTPs/INTJs), but I'm frequently told that I appear to be glaring, when really all I'm doing consciously is observing my surroundings. You'll always find me reading a book of some sort, and I have a four-foot pile of coding books in my bedroom waiting to be skimmed (I have a tendency to buy books even for a language I already know, just to see if there's any additional information I can gather).

    As for fashion, my style is best described as "engineer-esque." Even worse, I'm female.

    As for where you'd find me, I'm a high school student so my free time is somewhat limited. But when I'm not doing an assignment you will either find me at the library (this is like my 2nd home), at a computer store, or at a public garden. Anywhere quiet I can think and not be bothered.
    Lithium I think I have a girl-crush on you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poppy View Post
    Lithium I think I have a girl-crush on you.
    [Hugs poppy]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-up Rex View Post
    I think theres a difference. I think that even at their most active an NT is always going to have that kinda detached quality to them. But your right otherwise. If you find yourself in a conversation in a seemingly innocuous conversation with a charming and engaging person, but can't seem to shake the feeling youre being studied, its probably an ENT.
    When people describe me, I always hear the same 2 words: intense and aloof. I never knew how one could be both until someone said that I am like a predator casually and nonchalantly licking its paws, while eyeing you down. Even I shudder at that description.

    (although someone did call me "bubbly" the other day...)

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