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  • Yes. I see this happening often enough to consider it common ENTJ behavior.

    17 43.59%
  • No. It happens rarely enough that I would not consider it characteristic of ENTJs.

    22 56.41%
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  1. #151
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Lauren is not ISFJ and she told your ass off in public about it.
    Tater is not INFJ, no matter how hard you try to beat him over the head.
    I think both of those are obvious enough that I don't feel it necessary to defend them. (Lauren's public telling off was rife with evidence of Si, by the way.)

    So what's the matter, buddy? No answer for your nonsensical insistence that someone you've never met can't be ENTJ based on less than a paragraph of information?

    Aren't you the one always prattling on about how types are preferences? How is it that you think you can pinpoint the type of someone you've never met based on knowledge of two individual actions? Surely you don't think this constitutes enough data to describe his overall preferences?

    No, I'm sure you don't. You've just run out of answers because your only rationale for insisting that these people are not ENTJ is, "Boo hoo I hate being associated with that kind of stupidity."

    HINT: There's no MBTI type immune to stupidity and irrationality.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Go away.

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    simulatedworld:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Go away.
    It's my thread, buddy.

    Admit it--you think ESTJs are the dumber version of your type. If you didn't, you wouldn't insist that any ETJ with irrational control issues, no matter how desperately little information you have on him, must be a Sensor.

    You know you're running out of ideas when the best you can come up with is, "You used to believe something that you no longer believe now!!"

    So your best shot is that I'm capable of learning? Great...congrats, I'm really insulted.

    Evidently the ENTJ master race prides itself on repeating the same brain-dead bullshit until doomsday, since learning capability is somehow cause for insult. (???)
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Thank you, dahling!

    And I thought you may be able to make use of this...




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    Your sense of humor matches your smile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    That's as ridiculous as calling someone ENTJ for caring about guests using a bathroom and throwing a kid against the wall.
    You make no sense, whatsoever.

    What's next- claiming someone is ENTJ for eating a strawberry?
    Eating a strawberry is NOT ENTJ behavior.

    Unless of course the ENTJ first shot and killed someone who happened to be carrying a strawberry. Then the eating of the strawberry would be perfectly logical.

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    I'd really appreciate it if the level of civility in this thread improved drastically.

    Can this be arranged?


    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fecal McAngry View Post
    Eating a strawberry is NOT ENTJ behavior.
    since when is love of fruit and staying on top of the nutritional pyramid dictated by type? keep strawberries out of this. strawberries are for everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by velocity View Post
    since when is love of fruit and staying on top of the nutritional pyramid dictated by type? keep strawberries out of this. strawberries are for everyone.
    Maybe for pansy-ass INTJs who wear diapers. Not for ENTJs.

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