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    We can be convoluted, that's for sure. That's what happens when I try to extrovert crap that's in my head that I haven't sifted through first. I have to figure out a way to translate this blob of a tangle of loosely connected ideas and hunches into concepts easily understood by humans. When I try to release them into the world before I've worked through them in my head, it's a trainwreck of massive proportions, made worse by the fact that I'm aware of the trainwreck as it comes out of my mouth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    I also sometimes wish that what they do say wasn't so convoluted
    Many, many moons ago there was a study conducted which bore conclusive evidence that the degree to which one's upbringing was chaotic had a positive correlation with how "chaotic" one's basic explanations tend to be. Indeed, it was found that chaos in the home could very well lead to chaotic, convoluted speech patterns. On the other hand, let's not be dogmatic. There are certainly going to be other plausible explanations floating around out there in the hallways of our great academic institutions and within the academic fields that be. Surely, we cannot attribute the convoluted explanations of all INTP's to be a direct result of chaotic upbringings. Most assuredly, there are other factors at play, especially in the case of the average INTP. In fact, speech and human interaction are so complex, that I wouldn't be surprised if the true explanation for INTP complexity is still floating around in space somewhere; still yet to be located or touched on by even the brightest minds that academia can offer up.

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    My relations to intps are strained and rarely of the good sort. I'ld wish for them to be better friends and care more about a connection to the person they speak to, rather than getting their points conveyed.

    I'ld wish for more wisdom in intps too. The sentence "intps think before they speak" is a rather dangerous one imo, because it can be interpreted as: "when intps have thought about it, what they speak then is the sole truth".

    I admit that entps are quick shooters and do many more mistakes, but as it is with all things in life, one should aim for a balance, between listening and talking.
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    I'm just glad that we now have an emoticon, we can share, to convey any emotion that we feel i.e.

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    They love us.
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    you wish
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    it's rare that i don't get along great with them, but it seems to me that ENTPs tend to enjoy the company of INTPs more than INTPs enjoy the company of ENTPs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    it's rare that i don't get along great with them, but it seems to me that ENTPs tend to enjoy the company of INTPs more than INTPs enjoy the company of ENTPs.
    I disagree with this semblance. All week, I have been trying to befriend this ENTP. DAMN!!

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    I have an INTP friend. She finds me funny allbeit annoying and I found annoying her and making her laugh, fun. It worked out great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    you wish
    Ahem.
    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    it's rare that i don't get along great with them, but it seems to me that ENTPs tend to enjoy the company of INTPs more than INTPs enjoy the company of ENTPs.
    Straight from the horse's mouth.

    Lots of ENTPs on here have nabbed themselves a nice juicy INTP.
    I was hunted by one myself once (not here). Mad, mad, brilliant, mad fella, but I escaped unscathed.
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