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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    For the record, Sakuraba, what of the introverted NTs?
    INT's are nerdy versions of the ENT's.


    Stereotypical INTP character



    Stereotypical ENTP character


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    I have a hard time believing Screech was introverted.

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    IME INT's are dorks and can easily be ignored.

    INTP supervisor was a huge push over. Let me dictate my own work. The two INTPs I know are both space cadets. Regardless of the introversion both were somewhat team players and liked helping others at work. ??? Weird for NTs. I assume theyre both of the social variant.

    The INTJ I knew was hated by everyone. I myself am quite socially awkward but finesse and charm my way through interactions. This INTJ was a complete social retard. Everyone hated him. Didnt know him well, other than the fact that he thought I was his friend but in reality didnt care one way or other for him. It was entertaining watching everyone make fun of the guy and how he'd just sit there like it didnt bother him at all. It probably didnt. Again he wasn't even really on my radar. I do remember one thing though. How we planned to sabotage one of our supervisors...hahah...it was mainly my idea as a JOKE that I never planned on going through with and this INTJ took it serious and wanted to actually do it.

    I could easily see how ENTP and INTJ could have a nice brainstorming + implentation partnership.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firelie View Post
    I have a hard time believing Screech was introverted.
    I see what youre sayin. But he was a CHARACTER afterall. Imagine Screech plus more autonomy/introversion. The overall nerdiness/goofiness/spaced outness was what I meant. He does remind me of the INTP socials I know. Steve Urkel would be another fictional INTP.

    Variant plays a huge role. I'm soc-last but extroverted so it's weird. These INTP's I know are more social than I am, but not nearly as outgoing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firelie View Post
    I have a hard time believing Screech was introverted.
    I don't.

    Introversion does not mean youre quiet. Look at his character. First and foremost He's all about his own thoughts (Ti). Absolutely no socialbility or savyness at all, like his Extroverted counterpart Zach Morris. Who was more involved in other people, reading other people, social scheming, group leader, etc.

    Just because Screech wasnt shown in the library and collecting insects that doesnt make him an extrovert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anii View Post
    ENTJs run the world, and ENTPs want to destroy it.

    They both have evil laughs.

    ENTPs sound like fun, I want one!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    ENTPs can pass as ENFPs on the surface. Once you look closer youll find a colder more rational mind. They're out of control just as ENFPs can be and seem to "flow" with things, but the ENTPs know what theyre doing and where they want to be heading. IME ENFP are just wacky and zany. Like ESFPs but more creative and dreamy.
    I find this description to be grossly innacurate and mildly offensive.

    I wonder if people who do not get us tend to dismiss us as being nothing more than just, "wacky and zany".

    ENFPs are chalk full of substance and insight. and I would say that we are pretty down-to-earth in our idealism. Perhaps you've never met an ENFP and consequently are projecting a false type description.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    I could easily see how ENTP and INTJ could have a nice brainstorming + implentation partnership.
    I know a lot of ENTPs. They're fun, I've got to admit.

    INTJs are usually socially awkward but are oddly charismatic if they're motivated. It's a strange combination. If you get an INTJ to speak in front of people about something he loves, they won't know his social awkwarness, but get them in front of people who only see the social awkwardness on a usual basis and it's like an entirely different person.

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    ENTPs have a dark side, that's clear. but ENTJs are the peak of evilness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    IME ENT's are loud, obnoxious and can easily be tuned out or marginalized.

    ENTP* supervisor was a huge push over. Let me dictate my own work. The two ENTPs I know are both spastic and rarely let others get a word in. Regardless of the extraversion both were team players and liked helping others at work. I assume theyre both of the social variant.
    fixed a few errors you missed in your stereotyping. no biggie

    *based on actual events

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    Quote Originally Posted by am_i_evil666 View Post
    ENTPs have a dark side, that's clear. but ENTJs are the peak of evilness.
    I know, i dated one
    She was walking her friends home from a bar
    and one of them drank too much
    she threw up on herself,
    and she couldn't stop laughing
    this got me teary eyed
    I miss her
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