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    Default NTs, your favourite NT type and why?

    I like INTJs, cause they're exactly like me but less in-your-face and more fascinating.


    Also, they are the funniest people ever.

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    I like INTJs and other ENTPs about equally well.

    INTPs are ok. I've been very good friends with some of them, but I constantly feel like helping them come out of their shells more and they rarely seem interested in learning to help themselves. In this way they are frustrating.

    ENTJs are most certainly my least favorite NT type. Most of them are way too overbearing and way too sure they know how to tell me how to do everything I do better than I'm doing it, and not very willing to listen to other approaches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustHer View Post
    I like INTJs, cause they're exactly like me but less in-your-face and more fascinating.


    Also, they are the funniest people ever.
    I'd agree.

    Other ENTPs have been nothing but cool too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
    Other ENTPs have been nothing but cool too.
    Oh yeah? Well you're fat and ugly and no one likes you!
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post

    INTPs are ok. I've been very good friends with some of them, but I constantly feel like helping them come out of their shells more and they rarely seem interested in learning to help themselves. In this way they are frustrating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miserable View Post
    I think mostly what bugs me about INTPs is that I routinely use them as examples from which to learn more about Ti, but they never seem to think they have anything to learn from ENTPs.

    It's as if ENTPs value Ti more than INTPs value Ne, which is bizarre. You guys seem content to live in Pure Ti land, which gets boring and repetitive.

    Maybe if you'd bother listening to us once in a while, we could help you be less...I dunno, miserable?
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    Oh yeah? Well you're fat and ugly and no one likes you!
    BURN IN HELL!

    And when you get there, make sure they have internet, so we can finally play Super Mario Bros.


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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    I like INTJs and other ENTPs about equally well.

    INTPs are ok. I've been very good friends with some of them, but I constantly feel like helping them come out of their shells more and they rarely seem interested in learning to help themselves. In this way they are frustrating.

    ENTJs are most certainly my least favorite NT type. Most of them are way too overbearing and way too sure they know how to tell me how to do everything I do better than I'm doing it, and not very willing to listen to other approaches.
    +1

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    Can't stand other INTPs. Bunch of losers.

    Guess I'd have to go with ENTJs simply because I don't know that many, and would like to try to figure them out more.



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    ENTPs: Of course, they have so many ideas to inspirate my ones, and they are empathic and understanding enough to accept even my strangest thoughts.

    INTPs: Some are too introverted for me. I don't see, that I can influence them like others are influencing me - and so the connection grows just in one direction. Also most of them seem to lack on empathy.

    INTJs: I don't know much of them, but the ones I know are really inspiring in their doings. The communication is similar to the communication with ENTPs, even though they don't seem to be so flexible like ENTPs. So they accept new arguments a bit slower.

    ENTJs: I don't know any ENTJ, I had connection with, and typed. I bellieve, it depends on the communication and listening skills of this type, how the relationship is developping. Maybe they are not so inspiring like the others, but they are giving me the kick in the ass to begin the project, which I talked about.
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