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    Quote Originally Posted by musttry View Post
    Actually, I usually go to a INFJ forum but I was trying to figure out the difference between an ENTP and an ENTJ. This brought me to a thread on this difference where a whole bunch of NTs were going away at it. My poor Fe started getting so inflamed I decided I needed to join this forum so I could put in my two cents.

    And yes, the title is meant to cause a raucus; let's hope it does!

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    Why did you want to find out the difference between an ENTP and an ENTJ ? Are you blind to the rest of the types ?
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    Again, Demons I get, but people are just crazy.

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    By the bye, musttry, I meant to say hi.

    Hi.



    Hope what I wrote was helpful.

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    They're fairly easy to tell apart.

    ENTP and ENTJ have:
    completely different sort of humor
    different locus of control (ENTJs want structured control for everything, ENTP just want control to do whatever they want and couldn't care less about controlling others)
    Ni vs Ne, as an INFJ you ought to be able to pick up the difference
    dress code/mannerism (ENTJ = serious, ENTP = goofs off)

    Oh and welcome to the forum. It's a much different atmosphere here than in an INFJ/INFP forum... just letting you know.
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    Thanks for the responses! I was curious precisely because telling an INFP and an INFJ apart isnot the easiest thing (there is a whole website dedicated to just this question).

    Also, there is a type of person that I seem to always get into a battle of the roosters with and I'm trying to pinpoint the personality type. (In order to better supplant them of course!!). I know that they tend to be very extroverted and intuitive and my NiFe seems to make them uncomfortable! Furthermore, NT women really get me going.

    The feeling on this site is indeed quite different from the INFJ site. It feels more representative of real life and it makes your testosterone levels fly!!

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    silly puny one..... we have no fear!

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    Debate between zarc and simulated moved here, by request.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    Debate between zarc and simulated moved here, by request.
    Who woulda thunk an introduction would spark such a debate.

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