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    the good thing is, as long as we all have our own interpretation of things, we got to get booty
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
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    actually, i meant that it's not a good idea to judge all by one. if i did that, i'd hate them all too. hell, i'd hate everyone.

    also, it's hard to imagine you not getting along with anyone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    you sure you know one ? According to function analysis, extroverted sensing is demonic to entp
    Some of our Ses don't suck all so bad.

    My childhood best friend and my favorite cousin are both ESTPs- it's fun to be with someone who will think that crazy ideas sound fun and will actually DO stuff with you sometimes.
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    Some of your Ses do not fuck so hard ? Uff, am I to say now that I am sorry ?!

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    No, I got you whatever + digest. My knowledge of estp is highly limited. I think that my friend in business, when I was driving the drugs to the people, which he bought, was estp. But he is weird and I have a hard time understanding him. Most of the time, when we were together I was keeping my mouth shut.

    I was just surprised that you deal so easily with those estp, what I couldn't
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    you sure you know one ? According to function analysis, extroverted sensing is demonic to entp
    No, according to some dipshits online, and maybe a few analysts it's demonic to ENTPs.

    I've asked more than a dozen times on this site alone, why the fuck does anyone think the order is so rigid?

    Never got an answer. Those posts are always skipped. Always.
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    I dont take the order rigidly, I just recently got to know about that shadow processes thing and that Se is demonic according to entp.

    It sounded cool.

    Easiest answer to skipped posts is always one of these two options:

    1. Your english was so bad that noone did get you

    2. It is not easy to break the order of a system you just understood, so that instantly can get to know a new one (so we skip the idea for the moment, but eventually come back to it later)

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    One of my best friends is an ENTP, we get along very well.
    It is just that sometimes I find them to be a bit peculiar, on the grounds of not really understanding the basis of some of their actions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woof View Post
    The only thing that annoys me about ESTPs are that I never seem to be able to tell when they're just joking around or when they really are telling the truth. For example:

    ESTP - "Your shirt looks really funny."
    Me - "Thank you, you're oh-so-kind."
    ESTP - "I was just kidding."
    Me - "You weren't, were you?"
    ESTP - "I was, I was! You know I always kid." *insert exaggerated smile here* "So what's up?"
    I do that all the time too. I'm not ESTP.


    I've been reading some of the posts here, and it doesn't seem like any ENTP has had luck with an ESTP. What do you fellow ENTPs consider ESTPs to be like?
    I like ESTPs and get along fine with them. I don't think I'll ever be really good friends with one though. We are too much alike on the outside.

    We also try to speak over each other too much. A main reason why you'll rarely see two Extroverted thinking types as good friends.

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    Yeah I love hanging out with ENTPs

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    Hmm... I really get along with them on a platonic level. And they're quite wonderful on a relationship level... but they lack foresight. It really got to me...

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