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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    thats true and i am glad for it. cause if we all got to live our traits this world would be a nasty place
    Well, not necessarily. I don't think ENTPs can truly be evil. There's a mental block/boundary that you place. Scary part is that, you can remove and modify that as you wish. But, fun part is that, you always prefer the "right" route, unlike an INTJ ><. no?
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    >implying that you have more first hand experience in opposition to the person actually experiencing

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    so you say you have first hand experience regarding entps i couldnt have being an entp. i dont get you captain
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    @ bolded:
    which is what the OP asks for.
    Yah that can be anything, as seen in this thread. Would YOU rather listen to what others see you as and work to make that work in your benefit or listen to what your head tells you every day, every second anyway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novbett View Post
    Given my best friend's an ENTP and we've been friends from the age of 14 (a decade), I'd say I do have valuable FIRST-HAND observation experience that none of you may have. You see yourself, from your view.

    This is how others very close to sees you.
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    damn it typing on the handy naked in bed is a bitch xD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swivelinglight View Post
    >implying that you have more first hand experience in opposition to the person actually experiencing
    Implying, at least one very highly successful ENTP chose me to confide in. That should be a very interesting observation for you to know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novbett View Post
    Yah that can be anything, as seen in this thread. Would YOU rather listen to what others see you as and work to make that work in your benefit or listen to what your head tells you every day, every second anyway?
    I really don't see where you're trying to go with this or how it is relevant to the OP. perhaps start your own thread and pose that question there?
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    Just discussing. I'm an INTP, we love debates! I don't see this topic to be important enough to make an entire thread for it <.<
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novbett View Post
    Well, not necessarily. I don't think ENTPs can truly be evil. There's a mental block/boundary that you place. Scary part is that, you can remove and modify that as you wish. But, fun part is that, you always prefer the "right" route, unlike an INTJ ><. no?
    think that strongly depends on if you play for the light or the dark side. what means if other peoples happiness is more important to you than your own.

    i have choosen to play for the light side, the problem tho is i dont like most people cause they tend to make fun out of me being a confused dreamer. so its a hate love for me.

    i now tho that i could be egoistic and live out some very dark traits yes. i dont want to tho most important to me is family and i'ld be the person needed to protect them.
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