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    I must agree... ENTP wimminz are pretty badass.

    *waves at Trinity and Strawberries*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    Meh. ENTP 7s don't hate, life is too

    You're thinking of E8 ENTJays.
    Possible. Direct me to their location! :smiley_violin:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Conjoined twins are rare. Good luck!
    I don't need luck; we are talking about ENTPs here.


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    So, uh, where would I be lucky to find ENTP women?

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    *claims all teh INFPs*
    *claims all teh INTPs*
    *claims all teh ENFJs*
    *claims all teh IxFPs*
    *waits for more potential claims*

    ENTPs are not greedy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by myrow View Post
    So, uh, where would I be lucky to find ENTP women?
    Doing something, somewhere that they are interested in [note: that venue may change monthly according to fleeting interests]. ENTP interests are varied, we don't congregate in libraries or volunteer groups like higher ratios of other types do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    Doing something, somewhere that they are interested in [note: that venue may change monthly according to fleeting interests]. ENTP interests are varied, we don't congregate in libraries or volunteer groups like higher ratios of other types do.
    Thanks for your reply, Trinity.

    So it's random, like meeting anyone else in the world.
    I'll keep hunting... :workout:

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    Quote Originally Posted by myrow View Post
    Thanks for your reply, Trinity.

    So it's random, like meeting anyone else in the world.
    I'll keep hunting... :workout:
    Pretty much.

    Don't get hung up on 4 letters, when it comes to romance they can help once you've met someone and want to understand how their inner workings operate but they don't have a big role to play when trying to meet someone.

    A few issues with using type when attempting to meet someone:

    • People are too often mistyped, if you met someone now who thought they were an ENTP and later determined they were an ENFP your feelings for them wouldn't instantly change because of that discovery. You like them for who they were regardless of type, surely.

    • If you have ENTP stuck in your mind you may dismiss someone who would be ideal for you because they are clearly another type.

    • If they don't know about MBTI you're going to be guessing, as people mistype themselves so often, and we know ourselves better than anyone else does, you're bound to get it wrong at least some of the time.

    • A relationship with one ENTP may be magic, with another it may be hellish. Same for pretty much any other type.
    I wasn't looking for an INTP to get involved with, actually I expected the shared Pness *childish snigger* would cause issues with getting nothing done and treading water much of the time. My ideal was looking more like an INxJ. I then met an awesomtastic INTP online and we've been together ever since. It wasn't his INTPness that drew me in, and it isn't his INTPness that keeps me interested.

    Plus your mentioning the "get things done" type in the OP doesn't necessarily point towards a fellow NTP, we're more action orientated because we're Ne doms but we fail to finish as many projects, if not more than the average INTP. ENTJ may be more apt.

    Just be open to all types.

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    Don't get me wrong - I'm not trying to label anyone and stick with it that way (if it came out that way, then I'm sorry). I'm just tired of dealing with bs-drama and doing things the same way the rest of society does.

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    I'm borderline F/T. I'm more of a feeler, but I could be seen as a thinker by many.

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