There simply are not enough ENTJs to fill the role of every manager, administrator, middle management employee, or “bossy” person in the world and the idea that it is somehow easy to type one only decreases the amount of meticulousness in the typing process and creates a greater amount of mistypes. When I personally began giving tests to people I was surprised by how many ENTJs I typed, friends and acquaintances that I had several weeks of contact with. It turns out, quite predictably from the cues given on this site, that all of these people turned out to be either ESTP or even ESFP. This is from an ENTJ, mind you. Can you imagine the accuracy of someone whose only contact with an ENTJ was through a three paragraph article on dubious website?
Note: There is a higher prevalence of people with Multiple Personality Disorder than there are ENTJs. The lowest estimate I’ve seen for registered mental patients who carry MPD is 6% (Foote et al, 2006). The lowest estimate of ENTJ prevalence I’ve seen is 1%. Think before you type. If you type every abrasive person, you meet as an ENTJ than your conception of ENTJs will form as an abrasive personality type. Psychologists refer to this as confirmation bias.