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    dear entjs,

    if you imagine you were a busy businessman leading a life in different parts of the world always being on the run. and you have no time for a family but in one special place on the world you have met a girl that grew special to you and she is that kind of girl who offers their services for money.

    would you find that sort of drama appealing ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    Don't remember the question so it's possible that I missed it and if so, sorry about that.

    Ha ha...CzeCze, that's an awkward question! Depends. Let's say I spot someone who appears to be interesting. That's when I sit back and observe, sometimes for a short time, other times for a long time. If he continues to appear interesting, I'll probably find a subtle way to get his attention. If the vibe comes back with no interest, it's time to shrug and move on. Out of sight, out of mind. If the vibe comes back strongly where he takes the bait, it's game on and time to test his mettle!
    Thanks for answering That sounds kinda like how I expected an ENTJ to answer... So strategic and careful, at least until mutual interest is known.

    How about the rest of youse!! Answer ENTJ's! :

    "How do you act when you are attracted to someone? Do you hide it and act all normal unless you calculate in that NTJ mind of yours that the attraction is worth acting on? Are you extra mean to try to cover the attraction?"
    “If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they'll kill you.” ― Oscar Wilde

    "I'm outtie 5000" ― Romulux

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    Quote Originally Posted by Istbkleta View Post
    Thank you.

    Too much sarcasm for dom Te. Too much jumping around. Too complicated and emotionally charged communication. Too much "possibly" and "probably", not enough "going to" and "will".
    The Te is forced and immature, it is also subordinate to the Ne-Fi.

    All the best.
    More fantastic insights! No wonder you draw the ENTJs in hoards. I can imagine the convo between them:

    ENTJ #1: WTF is she talking about?
    ENTJ #2: None of it draws on anything factual.
    ENTJ #3: But she's really imaginative.
    ENTJ #4: Ha ha...I like trying to figure out...errr...unusual minds.
    ENTJ #5: We can fix her!
    ENTJ #6: Nah, can't be bothered to waste my time. No return.
    ENTJ #7: Agreed. This one's too far gone.
    ENTJ #8: Yup, too far gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    More fantastic insights! No wonder you draw the ENTJs in hoards. I can imagine the convo between them:

    ENTJ #1: WTF is she talking about?
    ENTJ #2: None of it draws on anything factual.
    ENTJ #3: But she's really imaginative.
    ENTJ #4: Ha ha...I like trying to figure out...errr...unusual minds.
    ENTJ #5: We can fix her!
    ENTJ #6: Nah, can't be bothered to waste my time. No return.
    ENTJ #7: Agreed. This one's too far gone.
    ENTJ #8: Yup, too far gone.
    Too wild an imagination.

    Assuming to "know" others' situations and motivations and choosing this "knowledge" over what people actually tell you.

    Having arguments defending your fragile self-image.

    Why do you pretend to be an ENTJ?

    Do you hate your Fi? Are you trying to impress an NT man and "measure up"? I've seen other ENFPs do it but never understood why.

    Perhaps it's curiosity and you can't resist it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Istbkleta View Post
    Too wild an imagination.

    Assuming to "know" others' situations and motivations and choosing this "knowledge" over what people actually tell you.

    Having arguments defending your fragile self-image.

    Why do you pretend to be an ENTJ?

    Do you hate your Fi? Are you trying to impress an NT man and "measure up"? I've seen other ENFPs do it but never understood why.

    Perhaps it's curiosity and you can't resist it.
    ENTJ #5: Okay, you guys were right. This one's a goner.

    *ENTJs wander off for worthwhile endeavors*

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    ENFP:
    Jenaphor:
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    A man builds. A parasite asks 'Where is my share?'
    A man creates. A parasite says, 'What will the neighbors think?'
    A man invents. A parasite says, 'Watch out, or you might tread on the toes of God... '


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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    dear entjs,

    if you imagine you were a busy businessman leading a life in different parts of the world always being on the run. and you have no time for a family but in one special place on the world you have met a girl that grew special to you and she is that kind of girl who offers their services for money.

    would you find that sort of drama appealing ?
    Nope.

    It's like trying to mack with a female bartender. Of course they know how to make themselves "special" to you. They pay their rent by indulging the guy at the club while his wife is in the bathroom, and flirting away with the timid computer guy in the corner.

    In their minds we [men] are predictable, ridiculous animals who can rarely be trusted, or worth their time. Likewise, I don't waste my time playing a well-rigged game on the premises of tip/sex money.
    got chaos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    dear entjs,

    if you imagine you were a busy businessman leading a life in different parts of the world always being on the run. and you have no time for a family but in one special place on the world you have met a girl that grew special to you and she is that kind of girl who offers their services for money.

    would you find that sort of drama appealing ?
    Did I ever tell you how much I hate the movie "Pretty Woman"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoneyTick View Post
    Nope.

    It's like trying to mack with a female bartender. Of course they know how to make themselves "special" to you. They pay their rent by indulging the guy at the club while his wife is in the bathroom, and flirting away with the timid computer guy in the corner.

    In their minds we [men] are predictable, ridiculous animals who can rarely be trusted, or worth their time. Likewise, I don't waste my time playing a well-rigged game on the premises of tip/sex money.
    haha, yes you have very likely a point there

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    Did I ever tell you how much I hate the movie "Pretty Woman"?
    Ah come on !! Everybody loves pretty woman. Tho I must admit I was more in love with Richard Gere in that movie
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