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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    No-no. That's not all.
    Hahaha, I cut him too much slack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    xNTP?
    My mind has been boggled, I need a vacation.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecttcelfeR View Post
    I think you came on a little too strong, that's all. A great achievement really.
    Is this supposed to be funny, like ha ha?

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    Quote Originally Posted by myrow View Post
    I am so confused that I don't even know where to start...

    About the "usually guys are more rational than girls"
    - I was trying to say that women are more influenced by hormones than guys are, and are driven by feelings more often.

    And Morgan Le Fay saying "Damn! You ENTP women sure attract some dumb fucks."
    -Am I the dumb fuck? If so, why? Who exactly is the dumbfuck?

    Thanks for the response, Orobas, I got a great laugh out of it! I'm quite amused how people piss their pants the moment they talk about ENTPs =). And no, I don't pull off any PUA, I'm myself all the time. I was trying to say that just by knowing PUA, you can read the subconscious body language, thats it!

    Domino, I made that list up on-the-fly, wasn't really paying attention, but I'll try to explain it as best as I can:

    -Intellectually - If the girl enjoys talking about some controversial topic, I wouldn't hesitate to play the devil's advocate just to challenge her. Nothing more, nothing less.

    -Physically (sports) - If the girl is really good at, lets say, soccer, I'd do my best to give her a challenge.

    -Skill based - Say she makes fantastic crepes. I'd try to make even better ones just to make fun of her (in a very jokingly way) and annoy her =)

    -Spontaneity - I want life to be exciting, I'd always like to do and see new things. I'd like to see the same excitement from her.

    -Shopping! - If I'm overgeneralizing, I'm sorry, but throughout my entire life I would only hear about what women wear and what they bought and how good they look in those new clothes. I like shopping too, so whats the problem? We can shop together, no?

    Why is everyone so scared shitless of ENTP women? I don't get it.

    Please someone tell me what the hell is going on with this thread cause it feels like I've joined a club of "regulars" that know all about each other and make fun of the "new guy". Thanks!
    It already was answered.

    This is truly the whole point of your confusion:
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    Anything short of authentic will be noticed.
    Now, keeping that in mind, re-read your OP:
    Quote Originally Posted by myrow View Post
    Hello, myrow here, new guy to the forum (love it here [yeaaah!])!

    I'm trying to find ENTP women! The ones most guys are afraid of, the ones that like to get stuff done (like the business type [short skirt, gorgeous eyes, heels, mmMMm..]{insert jaw drop animation right here}), has small/no insecurities and is full of confidence! WHERE ARE YOU?! I've been looking for you everywhere (well, technically, not EVERYWHERE, but you get the point). I've only met 2 ENTP women in my life (I'm 90% sure, oh, and they were about 10 years older than me in both cases), best conversations of my life; We talked about everything, abstract and realistic. I'm in university now. Where do I go and meet you (well, first I have to find you)?

    Bonus question: Do ENTP women even have remote similar interests or are all over the place? It would help me narrow down the field a little and begin the hunt [rawr]

    Sorry I'm writing like this but when I'm in a good mood I get excited and very extroverted (my awesomeness aura ). I'm just EXTREMELY happy I found this forum! Nice to meet you people!!!!!
    The sugar made my gums bleed.

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    got it. thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myrow View Post
    got it. thanks.
    No probs.

    Openly interact with them [no agenda, stereotypes, fake cheer, arrogant [misinformed] biases] - I promise it'll be the fastest way for you to get first-hand knowledge regarding what they're truly about - and their varieties.

    ^ your original intent, if not how it translated in your original post.

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    Openly interact with them [no agenda, stereotypes, fake cheer, arrogant [misinformed] biases] - I promise it'll be the fastest way for you to get first-hand knowledge regarding what they're truly about - and their varieties.
    What's your username mean and why no avatar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Is this supposed to be funny, like ha ha?
    If you think it was funny, then it was suppose to be funny, but if you didn't then I didn't either.

    It was funny in an EXTREMELY sarcastic way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    LOL, INTJ men.
    Now, now, there are those INTJ men who get the bigger picture -

    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    Commanding someone's attention isn't the same as commanding their respect or affection. A fly commands a spider's attention.
    And, then some xNTPs who fail to do so.

    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    xNTP?
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    Qre:us - Questions Re:garding us (I'm curious about questions regarding us <- my reason for joining this site)

    and why no avatar?
    I don't read posts with avatars enabled.

    If I don't care enough for ....mine......others....meh, same difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    Now, now, there are those INTJ men who get the bigger picture -



    And, then some xNTPs who fail to do so.



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    Qre:us - Questions Re:garding us (I'm curious about questions regarding us <- my reason for joining this site)



    I don't read posts with avatars enabled.

    If I don't care enough for ....mine......others....meh, same difference.
    Thank you!

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