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    ENTJs are funnier than ENTPs in my opinion
    Ti > Ne > Ni > Si > Fi > Se > Te > Fe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiamat View Post
    ENTJs are funnier than ENTPs in my opinion
    Depends on your preference of humor. My experience is that ENTJs tend to be witty, whereas ENTPs tend to be silly.
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    I find this ENTP to be quite hilarious. He always does this goofy things with his voice which the silliness is amplified by his Indian heritage. People have seen a similarity with him and Will Smith from Fresh Prince of Belair. Although, he is not as goodly intended. His jokes are funny, but they are true which can be quite disarming. It is a thing to laugh at a funny joke, but a different thing to laugh at a serious flaw. People have compared him to a monkey with a loaded gun on several occasions, and monkeys should not be wielding guns...


    Anyways there's a big difference between ENTPs and ENTJs. If you cross an ENTP's path, the worst you will get is a terrible practical joke dumped on you. Like if you give an ENTP an undeserving grade or a harsh punishment, you can expect to see your car hauled and cemented to the school building roof. Even funnier, you might see your classroom furniture superglued upside down to the ceiling. All this can be a shocking experience as the ENTP really oned up you but at least you're still safe. You might even feel a level of respect at the hard work the ENTP put into his ingenious prank.

    However, if you cross an ENTJ's path, you have done it now. Because of your ignorance and astounding boldness, you are deemed worthy of our time to DESTROY you. For who are you to us, insect? Get in our way and we will f**king KILL you! There is nothing for you to do to save yourself. All your efforts will be meaningless for we are legion, we are many.

    Yeah. That's a basic difference I see between ENTPs and ENTJs. I would think ENTPs are more flexible to compromise.

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    ENTPs are, like, totally informative in communication and stuff, man.

    ENTJs are directive.

    I don't understand the descriptors (found mostly on this site) of ENTPs being manipulative, because as per Keirsey, those with informative communication have little or no desire to, you know, direct people.

    From MBTI theory, ENTPs should be more obviously intuitives (dominant Ne) and ENTJs should be more obviously thinkers (dominant Te).

    Also according to Keirsey, all Rationals are aloof, disengaged, and distant, so picking up on extroverted NTs can be a bit weird. I dunno where I was going with that, but yeah.

    I've found that ENTJs are the most "Artisan-like" of the Rationals. The ones I know have a pretty big physical presence and can seem pretty tactical and business-savvy. This is probably due to tertiary Se.

    That would make ENTPs the most "Idealist-like" Rationals with their tertiary Fe, although I honestly don't know many other ENTPs to have a basis of comparison. Personally speaking, I do have weird idealistic/political/humanitarian impulses, and I've been told I can be pretty "warm" -- whatever that means. I know Blackmail! can back me up here, he seems to have a similar humanitarian bent as me.

    I also think, in general, ENTPs will have more of a "weird" and "quirky" vibe. ENTJs will seem more in control and like they have everything "together".
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    Quote Originally Posted by BookLady View Post
    I have met several people whom I thought were ENTP's but they have insisted they were ENTJ's.

    Why did I think so? Because their homes had some of the 'chaos' I have witnessed in "P" homes and because these women seemed kind of all over the place, flexible etc, very friendly and outgoing.
    I don't think it's possible to pick P vs J based on how messy or disorganised someone is. There is a general tendency, sure, but it's not definitive. I have two managers - ENTJ and IXFP (she's an extreme P). The ENTJ is very decisive and action-oriented - he makes quick decisions on the spot. His desk rivals the messiness of mine, and he's the one person you can be sure will lose his tickets/passport/cell phone whenever he travels for work. The IXFP can take months and months to make a decision. However, her desk is extremely tidy and spartan (as is her house) and she will never lose things when she travels.

    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    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 bolded bit is what I'm like at work. *shrug*
    ...so much smoke pouring out of each chromosome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    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.
    I agree with Captainchick.

    It's quite tiring to see this unaccurate ENFP stereotype repeated over and over gain. ENFPs are not some kind of old kids, "wacky and zany": Always remember they are idealists, they have values, and thus, a strong sense of ethics.
    And usually, they are very serious about them.

    Yes, they are lively and tolerant. But do not confuse these traits with superficiality or a lack of purpose.




    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post

    Both ENTJ and ENTP are leaders. ENTP more the kind that takes you under their wing and convinces you the sky is green and he can walk on water. Theyre great at building followers out of others. ENTJ the kind that just tells you what to do. More like an ESTJ.
    As an ENTP, I don't feel the urge to lead people. And I guess Nemo will agree with me.
    I like to inspire people, or to be the eminence grise sometimes, but I'm definitely not a born leader. I respect individuality far too much. Who am I to order people to conform to my own subjectives rules?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    I agree with Captainchick.
    As an ENTP, I don't feel the urge to lead people. And I guess Nemo will agree with me.
    I like to inspire people, or to be the eminence grise sometimes, but I'm definitely not a born leader. I respect individuality far too much. Who am I to order people to conform to my own subjectives rules?
    Well, there's nothing wrong with ordering people around if you're right.

    That's what they think, anyway.

    INTJ would be "Just trust me on this one..." and INTP would be "Well, we could do this or this or this or this or this ... Shit! There are other people here?!"

    The point is that ENTJs are more dangerous in the I-shall-take-control-of-the-situation-and-declare-Marshall-law situation way, while ENTPs are more dangerous in the Oh-lookie-what-I-found-weapons-grade-uranium-let's-have-some-fun-with-it sort of way. And yes, those are totally technical terms.

    Apologizing for silliness. I'm very, very tired...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electric View Post
    For who are you to us, insect?
    I'm on to you, Electric. Expressing your actual evil-ENTJ thoughts knowing everyone will think it's a joke! Brilliant! It's like Dooku telling Obi-Wan that the Emperor was really in charge. He knew Obi would never believe it and he'd be able to have himself a good chuckle over it. Mwuuuuhahahahahahaha!

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    ENTJ evil:



    ENTP evil:

    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    OMNi: Wisdom at the cost of Sanity.

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    The funny thing is that I have that exact picture of Snidely Whiplash in a 45-minute presentation I have to do...

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