The forum venue (and text-based internet in general) distorts personality and communication style. I find that all too many people give in to the temptation of using the "internet shield," scoring little personal pricks and jibes against others online with a degree of anonymity that prevents the usual real life feedback that prevents such behavior. MBTI type doesn't appear to make a difference in terms of giving in to this temptation, but those who give in are fairly easy to type, because the INTJ jerks tend to act one way, and the ENTP jerks tend to act another way, and so on and so forth through all the types. When one airs one's dirty laundry this way, the MBTI type often seems to fit like a glove, not a box ... especially the negative attributes.
It is when one does not give in to such temptations, when one maintains one's integrity in spite of the high degree of anonymity, that it is suddenly difficult for forumites to determine type by behavior/style. "Oh crap ... it's a nice normal person ... I can't tell what type they are ..."
So even though you're not fishing for compliments, you deserve them anyway. You are a wonderful person with both charm and integrity who won't take every opportunity to knock others down a peg or two, and this would make it hard to type you no matter your type. You are an ENTP, and you remind me of many other curious, playful and graceful ENTPs I know in my life.