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    Quote Originally Posted by lazyhappy View Post
    entp's laugh at fart jokes with meh and and entj's don't (or else thier social status is ruined...)...
    hahaha. it's not because of social status...i don't find them funny

    btw entj use more sexual humor than entps

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    hahaha. it's not because of social status...i don't find them funny

    btw entj use more sexual humor than entps
    lol i see...

    that's true, my entp sister hates sexual humor and my mom (ENTJ) uses it 0.o... to my surprise...
    for an example- i was watching a night in the museum or something and when that guy said "don't slap that monkey" or something like that, my mom burst out laughing along with me (though... my mom seemed to find it more funny then i did- for she wouldn't stop laughing -.-) while my entp sister complained that they couldn't put that in a kid show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    Hey Maha what part of Toronto are you from?
    Sorry, for the late reply, I am from Scarborough. (Marham & Eglinton)
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post

    btw entj use more sexual humor than entps

    You are delineating between purely sexual humor and crude humor , correct? It seems to me that ENTJ humor is more nuanced, not as blunt force with the punch line, per se, as with ENTP humor. I've had an ENTP friend of mine call me up just to afflict me with jokes from a Playboy solely because he knows I detest it, but my ENTJ friend gets a bit red faced if that sort of thing is even hinted at in his presence.

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    i agree i've noticed how most entj's use sexual humor... well it seems they bring sex in almost every topic :P

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    Mutatis mutandis, would the same be true for INTP's and INTJ's?
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    Both types seem to enjoy word play.
    Both types are both socially charming.
    Both types are incredibly nerdy.

    To be honest I'd rather deal with an ENTJ on a daily basis. There's no need to tolerate each other because an ENTJ has no need to tolerate, the ENTJ is ready for a fight anytime anywhere. I have nothing to say about ENTPs.

    It's just the differences between P/J I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by istpunk View Post
    Both types seem to enjoy word play.
    Both types are both socially charming.
    Both types are incredibly nerdy.

    To be honest I'd rather deal with an ENTJ on a daily basis. There's no need to tolerate each other because an ENTJ has no need to tolerate, the ENTJ is ready for a fight anytime anywhere. I have nothing to say about ENTPs.

    It's just the differences between P/J I guess.
    hahaaha yes they are incredibly nerdy:yim_rolling_on_the_ . actually it depends but anyway I think a simlar dynamic exists between enfp/enfj humor as well. I tend to be either subtle and direct or.. DIRECT. of course I mean it in a playfull way

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    Quote Originally Posted by istpunk View Post
    Both types seem to enjoy word play.
    Both types are both socially charming.
    Both types are incredibly nerdy.
    Interesting.....female ENTJ here. Don't care about word play (but am blunt and to the point!). Socially charming...uh....maybe if I wanted to be, but for the most part...this is who I am...like it or lump it. Incredibly nerdy...I don't know about other ENTJs (male or female), but I am about as far removed from being a nerd...as one could get. Nerd is one word that could and would not describe me. When I think of the nerds that I know...they are either INTJs or INTPs. I'm sure that there are always the exceptions.

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    I agree with most that ENTJs are sarcastic while ENTPs are goofy.

    INTJs who frequent here are sarcastic but also kinda goofy, while INTPs seem to be rather dry and it's difficult to tell whether or not they're joking.

    N types in general tend to be better at and more appreciative of wordplay and taking words out of their intended meaning.

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