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    ENTP: To hug or hit?
    Depending on the circumstances, I will employ either or both techniques during stressful real life interactions.

    During past stressful encounters

    I find myself peppering them with Ti/Te in an attempt to throw them off my scent. I hope if they think I'm practical/boring (read: SJ) they won't bother with me. (Now now SJs, this isn't my sentiment, I'm just hoping it's theirs.)


    If they're squirrelly --and they usually are-- I'm forced to flash Ni/Ne in a show of weaponry as if to say "Oui, oui muthaf*ckah. We're both packing heat. So do NOT funk with me."
    (Choice of clothing will vary in style for effectiveness.)

    If they persist in being a monstrous pain in my ass, I blindside them with Fe, which can take various forms. This being more effective with men:


    Now go, and use your newfound knowledge for greater evasive good.
    "The purpose of life is to be defeated by greater and greater things." - Rainer Maria Rilke

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    To lodge a foot up their rectum.

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    For god's sake, level with me man-to-man (and this goes for women, too). You're only going to irritate (and/or provoke) me by beating around the bush and/or couching it in "HR talk".
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    I like my cars fast, my music loud, and my women even faster and louder!

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    ENTPs: annoying when immature. same goes for every other type though, it's only the method of annoyance that varies according to type.
    Very immature ENTPs can be too eager to impress others with their wit and intelligence, and so eager to negate the same of others it's almost painful.

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    take them to the side hit them leave hug them

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    Passion usually appeases me. When I see someone who is intelligent, informed, and extremely passionate about something, I don't feel the need to 'instigate'.

    Also when someone demands respect without really demanding it. Know what I mean?
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    I start spinning around to the motion.

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    you gotta beat them (us?) in their own game

    this far in the game, thats the only thing that will earn you their respect

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    Now go, and use your newfound knowledge for greater evasive good.
    Did it occur to you to give the benefit of the doubt, assume that this is a basically good person with whom there seems to just be a communication problem, be yourself and just level with them directly and just say what your problem is in plain English, and give them a chance to explain/apologize for unintentionally upsetting you, thereby potentially gaining a loyal and resourceful friend rather than pushing away someone you're wrongly assuming is "out to get you"?

    Cos I can guarantee, that would work with 99% of ENTP's.
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    ^ No, that's not the INFJ way.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    ^ No, that's not the INFJ way.
    Yeah I know - who needs simplicity and honesty when you can just play mind games? Don't tell the other person anything, just assume everyone's an asshole until proven otherwise - to do which, they have to pass your crazy little tests where they have to guess psychically what you want, like, think and feel, and get marked as to their worth as a person according to how well they guess. And then, if they fail the tests, just go psycho on them to punish them for failing the expectations you didn't tell them you had. Perfect solution!

    Ils se d�merdent, les mecs: trop bon, trop con..................................MY BLOG!

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