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  1. #151
    half mystic, half skeksis jenocyde's Avatar
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    I would take the J in a heartbeat.

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    definitely E over I. i hate being an introvert!

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    I've decided.
    It's the P I'm going to swap for a J. For one month. It accomplishes several goals at a time (which is already very ENTJ-ish, I guess!):
    - For experience: I'll learn how an ENTJ thinks; which I'll use in my stories. A good ENTJ character which is not a perfect hero nor an overconfident villain could be fun. And after two ESTJ mains it'll be something new.
    - For profit: need I say more? Goals, here I come.
    - For fun: I still get a tertiary Se!

    Now I only hope ENTJ!Tamske won't succeed at making that J permanent.
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    If only one could swap more than one letter...at this point I'd like to try out being an ENFJ for a month. Just so I can understand how they think.

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    I would LOVE to be an ENTP. I think I'd be a super-depressed INFP, so I would want to keep my E. I think a T would make me much smarter, and I'd love to be smart.

    I think if I was J I would be incredibly disoriented. I wouldn't know how to dear with such a clear idea of the world.

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    T's aren't really all that much smarter than F's. Just more objective.

    You actually already have a lower Thinking function (Te). You could try to develop it.

    The point of being J is precisely that Js are much more oriented than Ps. They have a clear idea of how the things should be (Pi), and how to go about making them so (Je).
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    What is it with ENTPs wanting to be Js?!?!

    ...because I want to be a J too!



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    Quote Originally Posted by tawanda View Post
    What is it with ENTPs wanting to be Js?!?!

    ...because I want to be a J too!
    It's cause everybody lOVEs an entj

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    T's aren't really all that much smarter than F's. Just more objective.

    You actually already have a lower Thinking function (Te). You could try to develop it.

    The point of being J is precisely that Js are much more oriented than Ps. They have a clear idea of how the things should be (Pi), and how to go about making them so (Je).
    I used to be in mathematics and I had some time to develop the inferior Te function. But the problem, I guess, is that I was always aware of Te's limitations. My Ne would get ahead of my Te and the push-and-pull never reached an appropriate equilibrium. I had to give up mathematics because I couldn't handle that pressure anymore.

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    I would trade my T for an F and be an ENFJ so I could still be an In-Charge type with awesome organizational skills, while being much nicer and being rid of that pesky inferior Fi.

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