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    Default ENTJ, I'm suspicious of you.

    I'm not talking about all of you, ENTJs. (Although this could apply to all of you, and I'd really like your feedback.)

    I met an ENTJ not too long ago - a little under/over a month, maybe?

    The first time we met in person, he drove almost 40 miles just to pick me up, so we could go to a concert that HE was running/in charge of. We talked the entire way there. The conversation flowed fairly well. Keep in mind, we barely talked prior to this.

    We were around each other for the rest of the night, but didn't talk much, since we were both distracted by different things. After the concert, I went with him back to his place, where all the bands had recuperated to hang out.

    Spent the night there (everyone did), and in the morning, I gave the ENTJ a hug before I left, and he said 'I'll be seeing you soon'. (I think it was more of a question, but sounded like a statement. Ha.)

    About a week later, we went to a movie with a bunch of friends, and hung out until 2 in the morning.

    Another week or so goes by, and we hang out again. This time we run around in the rain all afternoon. And this time, he tries to kiss me. (Prior to this, he has told me he liked me, a few times.)

    Now he wants to see me again. I should not be suspicious of his intentions, but from what I know and have heard of ENTJs, I can't help but to be.

    He has been very sincere - compliments me, shows concern, and seems to care. He has told me he wants to be the one to 'make me happy, and be there for me'. He has told me that he thinks we can learn a lot from eachother, which I do not deny.

    Despite all this, I am wary.

    What do YOU think? Sincere? Or?

    Of all the types, I truly think ENTJs are the most hard to read, and I am quite good at reading people.

    Tell me your thoughts, your opinions. If I've been to vague or you are unsure about anything, ask. I'll answer.

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    Right back at ya...

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    Exactly what are you suspicious of? You're taking things too seriously. Just go with it and have fun.
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    Yeah, I'm curious as to what you find suspicious as well.

    He is obviously making an effort to talk to you/see you, which shows that you have sparked an interest within him. There doesn't seem anything to be...odd though.

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    I once had a friend tell me that women do not know what they want.

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    Apologies OP, but I laughed

    He seems genuine! Relax, see how things go.
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    If he is complimenting you, don't trust him.

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    FIRST OF ALL,

    How do you really know he's an ENTJ? Did he take a test?

    ENTJ is one of the rarest types, constituting only 2% of the entire population.

    ESTJs, ENTPs, INTP can all have similar traits to the ENTJ.

    Going to concerts and hanging out 24/7 does not sound like one, he would probably be doing something more productive and manage his time better.

    If he is a genuine ENTJ, then the only person you should be suspicious of is yourself. There's a 90% his actions are legit in expressing genuine feelings for you BUT - the moment you turn him down or give him the impression your trying to get away from him, he'll just run away in the opposite direction.

    If he's inexperienced with dating - the #1 indication you should look for that is unique with ENTJs is EXTREME CLINGINESS.

    We don't get feelings, but I've read somewhere that ENTJs are the most faithful and commited types when it comes to relationships.

    If he wants to hang out, hook up, or spend time - saying no is asking for the cold shoulder because he'll get the impression your just want a casual relationship.

    So pretty much, its a one-night stand or going in for the long haul.

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    This is hilarious to me. I am far more suspicious of ENxP males.

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