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    Quote Originally Posted by StrappingYoungLad View Post
    Do you ENTP's relate more to ENFP's, ESTP's or INTP's ??
    INTP - definitely enjoy the conversation, but the whole lack of "time and a place for being nerdy" concept can be a bit off-putting

    ENFP - fun while joking around. That changes really quickly when the darker side of my sense of humor starts to come out.

    ESTP - probably the best for me. Lots of laughs, no subject too uncomfortable to broach, and while deeply intellectual conversation isn't usually the focus, it comes often enough to be enjoyable. Oh, and much better stories arise from these interactions than with the other two types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrappingYoungLad View Post
    Do you ENTP's relate more to ENFP's, ESTP's or INTP's ??
    enfps are clearly mad, estps have a right philosophy of life but i'm more into experience for growth than experience for itself -sorry if i'm being reductory, i'm lazy-
    Intps, mmmh, maybe. I have very intp moments, in my opinion at least, but when i read the intp description i'm like 'no.. no.. neither..nop' and never tested intp even when I feel like sitting on a sofa and playing my ps3 for a few days in a row or something
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    Quote Originally Posted by StrappingYoungLad View Post
    Do you ENTP's relate more to ENFP's, ESTP's or INTP's ??
    ENFPs: I relate with them, but not on their feeling level. At all. I know some that have become very vindictive after years pass; actually, I seem to be one of the few types of people that's able to tell them to "get over it" without them taking it personally.

    INTPs: I like them. Very quiet individuals who have the capability to spar on my level; like EcK said, I have my "INTP moments" where I lose all ability to feel, and have the urge to hide in a hidden library in the woods.

    ESTPs: I love them. So much. Even though they're the worst influences in the world. I relate to them a lot- and I'm actually starting to date one. We started having feelings for each other out of nowhere- at the same time. She's a damn handful though, Jesus. Like a tiger that'll kill everyone around it but me, haha.
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    You ENTPs secretly love us ISFPs right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    You ENTPs secretly love us ISFPs right?
    You know, if the world was that easy, where would be the challenge ?

    And besides that, I feel like a bad father..
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    And besides that, I feel like a bad father..
    lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    You ENTPs secretly love us ISFPs right?
    Secretly? Pfft! Hell noes!

    I publically and with no shame love ISFPs

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrappingYoungLad View Post
    Do you ENTP's relate more to ENFP's, ESTP's or INTP's ??
    I relate a lot to both ENFP's and INTP's, but I relate in different ways. My thought process is like an INTP, but my worldview is like an ENFP. Common interests could easily go either way. (I tend to be interested in a lot of different things anyway.) I don't really relate at all to ESTP's.
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    INTP when i go on quests of finding something interesting...i completely shut everyone out

    ESTP at parties for sure...especially when we are drinking

    ENFP...when im feeling very self-righteous

    ENTP...there are some days when i feel very INTP but then i start talking to someone who seems interesting (more often than not, a girl) and i get very ENTP....dunno how, but i can just tell when someone is an N and will not scoff when i go 0 to 60 on N in less than 2 seconds

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    Quote Originally Posted by lane777 View Post
    Is Robert Downey Jr. an ENTP or ENFP? I'm asking because their is a thread attempting to type him and nearly everyone but me thinks he's ENFP.
    I'm sorry, but I don't know who he is.

    Quote Originally Posted by StrappingYoungLad View Post
    Do you ENTP's relate more to ENFP's, ESTP's or INTP's ??
    I guess it depends from one ENTP to the other.

    I really have to be careful not to shun social interaction, even the sort of interaction that drains me, because even that gives lots of inspiration...
    If I don't get my daily dose of interaction, I essentially become a disgruntled, frustrated INTP, except for the productivity part.

    ENFP: part of the description was something like "ENFPs are great at making other people enthousiastic for something but are bad at following through". Fits me perfectly...

    ESTP: don't give me that. Exchange Ne with Se? You'll get someone totally different.
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