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    Question Question to fellow ENTPs, do women (in general) think of you as a "womanizer"?

    Have a question to fellow ENTPs (or any other NTs), do women (in general) think of you as a "womanizer" in first glance?

    I get that all the time, and most of the time without even trying to be charming...
    You just being normal (whatever that is...) with a work college or some classmate that you have enough intimacy will eventualy say something of the type to you.

    "You must be a man-whore!!"
    or
    "No date tonight? I figured you allways had one in the trigger!"

    I'm not saying all women, quite a few!

    PLz coment!! Women do give your opinions too!

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    I think I'm perceived as flirtatious. I don't usually work at it, but I think I can be extremely confusing to women.

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    I remember being told in high school that I "...thought I was God's gift to women."

    This was completely news to me. I was a dateless geek.
    Last edited by Oberon; 02-25-2011 at 06:42 PM.

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    ENTP males are blind spots to me with their random Ne-dom. It triggers my fight or flight instinct since I can't anticipate them using Ni. With this in mind, my Te goes into hyperdrive and tries to corral them which tends to lead to askew interactions since it's impossible to herd cats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    ENTP males are blind spots to me with their random Ne-dom. It triggers my fight or flight instinct since I can't anticipate them using Ni. With this in mind, my Te goes into hyperdrive and tries to corral them which tends to lead to askew interactions since it's impossible to herd cats.
    If you talk like that entps would rather think you are a nerd .
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    If you talk like that entps would rather think you are a nerd .
    And that would be bad? Not in my books.

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    I was never good with woman, but I went to University and got a PhD in excessive drinking. I cultivated the phrase: "People who dance in a disco are just too poor to get drunk" -.-
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    People perceive me as being someone who has a bunch of dead bodies in my wake. Not really. I may know everyone and have an active social calendar, but I've dated so few that it frequently puzzles those who don't know me so well.

    I think the bulk of the ENTPs I've known have always had something lined up, even the "geeks". Whether they find it fulfilling or ultimately "successful" is by their definition only. I think it may be prompted by a need to experience everything (or everyone).
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    Do plastic dolls lined up in a row count ?
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