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    Arrow Where are the famous ENTPs?!!?

    Okey, here's the deal.
    You know, in all the famous people with whatever personality sites you see when you first pass the test and you're all "hey, what's an ENTP?, wait, are there OTHERS? Wooww"

    The lists are always kind of short when it comes to entp. So I know we're not the most numerous type ever but still, it's kind of surprising.

    We're the cool extroverted people-skill (flaky) rationals I mean, and I'm not saying that because I'm obviously an egomaniac (yes! but a likeable one ). I'm saying that because people usually like entps, hell, even I like entps. (yay!)
    Anyywayy!

    2 main points:
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    We're not always big on following up on studies, and will usually find some awesome "stuffs to do" (including procastinating) instead of studying. Same goes for jobs perhaps.
    2 - We could maybe be confused for other types, acting pretty dominant in a given context, being percieved as a feeler cause of the Ne+Fe thing in another, the doer entj\estp in yet another.
    The point is, taken in one given context\role we could be confused with other types.

    I dunno
    But I think it's worth discussing it.

    shoot!
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    Oscar Wilde is probably the most quintessential male ENTP i can think of.

    now who would be the most quintessential female ENTP?

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    We like to be humble and let the ENTJs steal the spotlight.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by untypable View Post
    We like to be humble and let the ENTJs steal the spotlight.
    Humble? riiight

    maybe we develop function such as J for efficiency, the Ne becomes more apparent because the T leans more toward goal, and therefore Te; applying ideas directly to goals. I know that when I want something done I can be way more 'to the point' than most Js. If only because I don't want to waste my time spending one day doing what I could do in 3 hours. Working for the sake of working isn't a pleasure for me, and when I have a clear goal I really want to accomplish I simply do it if it's important for me.
    Like, here's an easy example, I wanted to go back to the gym as I used to and would postpone it, but when I decided 'ok', I'd go there pretty much everyday, tired or not. So what people see is simply - me suddently running 2 hours a day and so on.
    More 'action' doers will look like entj \ estp or whatever in their 'action based' activities (public stuffs\job ... ) and get more entpish in private matters.

    To somebody observing 'eck going to the gym' i'd be an obvious ESTP: even I ended up having doubts .
    To somebody working on something important with me i'd probably look like an entj or an enfj. So yes careful examination could make it apparent I'm an entp, but the thing is you don't stalk people when trying to type them and you can't always see every aspect of their personality
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    I could list alot of entps that are not on the kerisley list, but then people would be like "ZOMFG, you are making this up. ENTP's can't be eights because ENTJs are all powerful!!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by untypable View Post
    I could list alot of entps that are not on the kerisley list, but then people would be like "ZOMFG, you are making this up. ENTP's can't be eights because ENTJs are all powerful!!"
    :steam: i never said ENTP cant be 8.... ENFP is the one i hate reading as an 8.

    ...and i definitely have no hard feelings for ENTPs

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    Nah......

    Direct cut and paste from wikipedia:

    Walt Disney
    Thomas Edison
    Richard Feynman
    Benjamin Franklin
    Buckminster Fuller
    Raymond Kurzweil
    Camille Paglia
    Nikola Tesla

    And most important of all: Nicolo Maqchievelli

    Thats all you need to know Mr.ENTJ.
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    For a substantial list of ENTPs, see my lists:

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...merged-27.html
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...type-list.html
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...-list-iii.html
    DN's Dead Celebrity List [Archive] - Typology Central

    I make about 30, and I don't even touch upon politicians, inventors, scientists, sportsmen, artists etc
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