And I'm not sure what statement I may have made that was "logical fallacy", I was just observing that the argument between you and her seemed to have a hint of "I'm going to win this argument if it's the last thing I do". A chess match of luring someone deeper into an argument and then when they offer a counter-argument, then all of the sudden there are "rolly eyes" and "I don't care what you think anyways, your opinions are useless to me". I guess I shouldn't have commented at all. Maybe you guys want to go a couple more rounds with each other. But, it didn't come off as one person "pwning" the other by some flawless execution of logic. It just seemed like a back and forth "you're it!". "No you're it!"
I'll be on guard.digest's weak trolling of me in this thread and attempt to reframe everything I say as an attack is purely a reflection of her own transparent agenda. Don't fall for it.
Yeah, me too. Those ENTP's are good folks.I actually came into this thread to defend ENTPs against some of noz's accusations.
I don't give them any "extra" thought during the course of a day. I just know they're cool peeps, even with their insecurities.All this discussion demonstrates is that INTPs spend more time thinking about ENTPs than they do us.
I don't know, I'll just try to bow out of the food fight as gracefully as possible. I was just confused how everything went from "what do ENTP's think of us" (cuz I really wanted to hear what they had to say) to -----------------------------> ENTP's appear really confident on the surface but they're extremely insecure on the inside. How did it even get there? I mean, everyone has insecurities to some extent. Some cover it up with "toughness" and a "you can't touch me attitude" and others actually show their insecurity - it manifests itself in a more obvious way. I just wasn't sure what ENTP insecurities had to do with "what they think of INTP's".