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    Quote Originally Posted by Little_Sticks View Post
    INTP transformation after showering and brushing teeth

    still gonna get mashed up by the predator, just so you know
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    ^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little_Sticks View Post
    INTP transformation after showering and brushing teeth

    Let's work backwards shall we?

    F = x/y

    Let F = Let x =

    Solve for y.

    1. F = x/y
    2. x/y = F
    3. x/y (-x) = F (+x)
    4. y = Fx(-1)


    y =

    Therefore,

    = /


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    ^ Lol, that was pretty good.

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    << Crazy asshole INTP right here

    Has nothing to do with confidence or socialness

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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPER View Post
    I thought ENTP for the longest time. I could see INTP too though. I'm not very social (could be due to variant stacking sx/sp.. or upbringing as both parents are introverts)... but when I'm forced into a social situation I love talking to different people. I like going out if there's a plan but dont like going out if ppl are just chilling in a parking lot or something lame like that. I relate more to ENFPs than INFPs.

    Its weird, depending on who you talk to and where I know them from, they'd say I'm the most introverted laid back person ever or the craziest asshole they know.

    Any sure fire ways to tell an ENTP from INTP?


    EDIT: nevermind, pretty sure im entp and theres already enough threads on entp/intp differences, why cant i delete this thread
    Tap that ass.

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    Anyway, I had myself automatically pegged as an INTP, too. The fact is, I "blah" out easily when alone. I get much more energy when I DO end up interacting with people. Thing is, I'm quite self-conscious - partly because I don't want to interact with people unless I look my best (what? do YOU want to face someone if you have coffee breath or if you have ketchup on your shirt?) and also, I am EXTREMELY blunt and goofy when I do get to talking with people, so I try not to put people in that situation, esp. if they seem like conventional, formal "SJ" types.

    Just groove around the forums and concentrate on posts by INTP and ENTPs, and you'll probably quickly identify which sounds more like you. INTP's are really into deep-thought philosophy and computers, and ENTPs seem more into travelling and mad-scientist type of things for instance. ENTP's seem more ROFL and INTP's seem more "heh" in their humor, to use an sound-effect analogy.

    (That's not scientifically proven, but it's my casual observation).

    I will shut up, but you got me started. See?

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    I think the difference between the 2 aint that great at all, moreso considering function deployment. Most people like to think about the entp being more the life of the party than the intp but I think that doesnt work. We had this intresting discussion once in which we thought about what does a man become who grow up at the northpole ? Is he destinied to become an I cause he lives there alone and cant never really try any sort of social extroversion.

    That's the point too in which I like to divide between social extroversion and mbti extroversion, because I think they dont have much in common. In mbti terms, you can easily see the difference between the too, if you know the intp uses a rational function first and the entp an irrational. That should lead in a discussion the intp to appear much more rigid or decisive when it comes to voicing his opinion or you'ld need some time of talking to him to convince him of an opinion. Furthermore a primarily rational type is more inclined to actually have an opinion on a topic, while I myself for example like to take on several positions in a discussion and do change sides frequently to create some chaos. Sometimes I do that to prove a point and sometimes I side with the one I feel closest too. Such kind of behaviour most prolly would be evil too an intp.

    So whatever you do, dont confuse mbti extroversion with social extroversion. Social extroversion has much more variables influencing it and there are indeed many Es who can be isolated and thinkers of their own in the place they live in
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    Tap that ass.

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    Anyway, I had myself automatically pegged as an INTP, too. The fact is, I "blah" out easily when alone. I get much more energy when I DO end up interacting with people. Thing is, I'm quite self-conscious - partly because I don't want to interact with people unless I look my best (what? do YOU want to face someone if you have coffee breath or if you have ketchup on your shirt?) and also, I am EXTREMELY blunt and goofy when I do get to talking with people, so I try not to put people in that situation, esp. if they seem like conventional, formal "SJ" types.

    Just groove around the forums and concentrate on posts by INTP and ENTPs, and you'll probably quickly identify which sounds more like you. INTP's are really into deep-thought philosophy and computers, and ENTPs seem more into travelling and mad-scientist type of things for instance. ENTP's seem more ROFL and INTP's seem more "heh" in their humor, to use an sound-effect analogy.

    (That's not scientifically proven, but it's my casual observation).

    I will shut up, but you got me started. See?

    Gotcha, but did you also miss the edit in OP?

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    How to tell whether you're an ENTP or INTP

    If you're an INTP, your functions are Ti, Ne, Si, and inferior Fe
    If you're an ENTP, your functions are Ne, Ti, Fe, and inferior Si

    Notice that all four functions are the same. Both ENTPs and INTPs like concepts, theories, introspection and understanding things. The primary differences are as follows-

    Inferior functions: ENTPs have inferior Si, so we tend to be bad at learning from our mistakes or noticing small details. INTPs are relatively better at this.

    INTPs have inferior Fe, so they tend to be relatively bad at relating to other people and/or sharing their feelings. ENTPs are relatively better at this.

    ^this usually should be able to sort you out pretty easily. If you're still unsure:

    Dominant/Secondary functions:The ENTP's dominant function is Ne, so we love to theorize, to observe patterns and to try and make all sorts of connections between all sorts of fields. We tend to love to discuss our ideas with people who can understand them. We come up with all these postulations and theories on the fly, and then we process them with out secondary function, Ti. Introverted thinking is what we do when we need to weed out the unnecessary bits and refine our ideas.

    On the contrary, INTPs are Ti dominant and have secondary Ne. They begin from a more logical and rational perspective than ENTPs, who are more willing to go crazy outside. INTPs do tend to go crazy on the inside, and this sometimes leaks out- but ultimately they spend more time in their internal world than the external. They tend to come up with fully formed ideas before sharing them with the world, whereas ENTPs tend to like to improvise with works-in-progress and just wing it. As a result, INTPs tend to have more mental fortitude and stamina than ENTPs, who are both more likely to slip up and more likely to forgive the slip-ups of others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visaisahero View Post
    How to tell whether you're an ENTP or INTP

    If you're an INTP, your functions are Ti, Ne, Si, and inferior Fe
    If you're an ENTP, your functions are Ne, Ti, Fe, and inferior Si

    Notice that all four functions are the same. Both ENTPs and INTPs like concepts, theories, introspection and understanding things. The primary differences are as follows-

    Inferior functions: ENTPs have inferior Si, so we tend to be bad at learning from our mistakes or noticing small details. INTPs are relatively better at this.

    INTPs have inferior Fe, so they tend to be relatively bad at relating to other people and/or sharing their feelings. ENTPs are relatively better at this.

    ^this usually should be able to sort you out pretty easily. If you're still unsure:

    Dominant/Secondary functions:The ENTP's dominant function is Ne, so we love to theorize, to observe patterns and to try and make all sorts of connections between all sorts of fields. We tend to love to discuss our ideas with people who can understand them. We come up with all these postulations and theories on the fly, and then we process them with out secondary function, Ti. Introverted thinking is what we do when we need to weed out the unnecessary bits and refine our ideas.

    On the contrary, INTPs are Ti dominant and have secondary Ne. They begin from a more logical and rational perspective than ENTPs, who are more willing to go crazy outside. INTPs do tend to go crazy on the inside, and this sometimes leaks out- but ultimately they spend more time in their internal world than the external. They tend to come up with fully formed ideas before sharing them with the world, whereas ENTPs tend to like to improvise with works-in-progress and just wing it. As a result, INTPs tend to have more mental fortitude and stamina than ENTPs, who are both more likely to slip up and more likely to forgive the slip-ups of others.
    This nailed it.
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