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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    A question for ENTPs
    What do you think of ENTJs, INTPs and INTJs?
    INTPs: I have this impression...

    ENTPs are more extraverted versions of me. They don't need to get away from socializing. They go out rather than spend time reading or writing. They don't look back to how they interacted with other people and fear they didn't do it well enough.

    INTPs are more introverted versions of me. They don't need external input to function. They are more independent. They don't blurt out inconsistencies. They won't initiate contact. They don't like to speak for a public and be the center of attention. They don't need the reassurance from other people to know they are interesting. Instead of looking back how they interacted with other people, they feel awkward at the moment of the interaction itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    ENTPs are more extraverted versions of me. They don't need to get away from socializing. They go out rather than spend time reading or writing. They don't look back to how they interacted with other people and fear they didn't do it well enough.
    Oh yes they do, and sometimes I look back at the situations too. But I guess it's also because I'm only approx. 60% extrovert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    They don't look back to how they interacted with other people and fear they didn't do it well enough.
    I suppose? I mean, in some of those awful self-conscious moments, I'll wonder if what I said did more harm than good, but I'm usually focused on satisfying the future through the present moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    ENTPs are more extraverted versions of me. They don't need to get away from socializing. They go out rather than spend time reading or writing. They don't look back to how they interacted with other people and fear they didn't do it well enough.
    You mean ENTJ, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    ENTPs are more extraverted versions of me. They don't need to get away from socializing. They go out rather than spend time reading or writing. They don't look back to how they interacted with other people and fear they didn't do it well enough.
    Quote Originally Posted by theaferist View Post
    Oh yes they do, and sometimes I look back at the situations too. But I guess it's also because I'm only approx. 60% extrovert.
    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
    You mean ENTJ, right?
    You convinced me :-D From now on, I'll wear that ENTP badge proudly and not doubt about the E part of my personality!

    A new question!

    I always feel the need to be productive, somehow, with "productive" meaning working out ideas and doing all those nice things I'm always imagining I would do when given some free time. Free time is time to be productive. If I spend my free time playing games or socializing, I will get frustrated because time just goes away without any "results". Doing things that need to be done doesn't count towards "productivity" either. If I work the whole day, I have the impression I've done nothing at all, even if the house is cleaned and a meal is cooked and the lessons are prepared.

    Is this a general ENTP thing or is it just me?
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    Aren't there any more questions?
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    should ENTPs date other ENTPs?

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    can eating a whole bag of baby carrots affect me badly, like killing me of vitamin A poisoning or something?

    and what toppings should I put on my pizza?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    should ENTPs date other ENTPs?
    Why not?
    No, really... why decide on type when it comes to dating?
    Stick to the one with who you feel at ease. There exists something like love, you know...
    (Of course, I'll recommend an ESTJ, but my view is scandalously subjective on this.)
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