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    Default ENTPs in the Wild!

    Hi, this is a thread that takes off from another - INFJs in the Wild.

    What's the typical ENTP habitat, fave locales?

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    ENTP's could be anywhere doing almost anything. However that thing they're doing will likely be different from the norm.
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    My habitat:

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    ENTP's could be anywhere doing almost anything. However that thing they're doing will likely be different from the norm.
    Yes, I've heard/seen that before. Very non-conformist and visibly so. I guess there is a lot of diversity possible here.

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    I agree. There is no place. ENTPs do what interests them, and anything can interest them. Just look for people who don't care about doing things the expected way. In a group of nonconformists, look for the people who are resistant to the popular form of nonconformity. That will at least narrow things down.

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    Also, I'm very fumbly. I drop things or bump into people. So try looking for sensotards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlahBlahNounBlah View Post
    Also, I'm very fumbly. I drop things or bump into people. So try looking for sensotards.
    Haha, 'sensotards'. That's a new one for the vocab. Noted.

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    Try going to weird events. If there's an opportunity to see something rare or do something I've never done, I want to be there.

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    I'm often inside. Or, driving. Or, at the movies. Or, at the library. Those are the most common places. I also eat out all the time.

    Sometimes I'm out in front of my house yelling at prostitutes.
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