But ENTJs will have the occasional overtly sentimental moment, and like most inferior functions it'll come out in a sort of childish way that lacks any real sense of context or degree.
One time I gave an ENTJ friend the last of my sodas in the fridge, and he turns and looks me intently in the eye and says in a deeply empathetic way, "Wow...you're a really good friend, man. Thank you so much."
I was like, ummm dude it's just a soda? It cost me 88 cents and I can always go buy more?
But I guess he as a Te dom is much more cognizant of efficient distribution of resources than I am, and the last
soda had inflated value because it was the last piece of that resource that could be used before we had to make the effort to go and buy more soda (which would use significantly more resources in terms of time/energy than simply walking to the fridge to get another soda.)
Since I was willing to give up this valuable resource and ask nothing in return, my ENTJ friend took this as a deep sign of respect and gushed a little inferior Fi at me, as if I'd just bought him a new car. But it took me a long time to understand why.