Lol..do you ever come to lover her for those flaws though, or at least come to accept them as part of her? *curious look*
I am no expert on love, however I'd say that it is definitely possible for an ENTJ to accept all the flaws that come along with an NFP. I am into an infp and because I have interest, I am able to accept her whole package. Along with the tardiness and emotional drama comes the sweetness and relaxed nature that an NTJ would never be able to give me. So to answer your question, yes and no. If the ENTJ wishes to accept the faults, he will. However, he needs definite reason to do so. It is a conscious decision on his part.
Just the *curious look* part that you give me is so cute, IMO. Something subtle like that stands out to me.
Uh-Uh, wow, people have weaknessess, big deal. I gather you are Mr. Olympia? An advice to all the intolernat ENTJs: you will always suck in comparison to somebody else, pretty much at everything you do.
ROFL, intolerant? Excuse me if I'm a little pissed off when I spend an hour of my time giving someone who expresses great concern over an enpending heart attack heart-felt advice on how to fix this, only to have them IMMEDIATELY disregard everything I told them... WASTING my time and stressing me out because I'm also concerned over their health. This has happened several times and I don't think that getting pissed off over it makes me 'mr.olympia'. Perhaps you would benefit from taking a few moments to consider all the angles of what someone types before you attack them? Kthanks P.s Let this be a lesson to all ENTJ's with a weak Ni.
"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray