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    Wandering... Emperor Enigma's Avatar
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    "I also prioritize the concept of honor and morality, but only if it sounds reasonable. For example, it would be absurd to defend your realm for the honor of defending it and because it is your duty when a myriad of behemoths and giant lizards are marching towards you. Oh, and I also prize intellect and humor.

    Otherwise, I really don't give a damn about values so long as they benefit me psychologically."

    I suspect I may be Bipolar, but I'm not fully sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterOfAwesome View Post
    "I also prioritize the concept of honor and morality, but only if it sounds reasonable. For example, it would be absurd to defend your realm for the honor of defending it and because it is your duty when a myriad of behemoths and giant lizards are marching towards you. Oh, and I also prize intellect and humor.

    Otherwise, I really don't give a damn about values so long as they benefit me psychologically."

    I suspect I may be Bipolar, but I'm not fully sure.
    why do you suspect you're bipolar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephano View Post
    Lol I really got a bit offended by this AT FIRST, but only because you wrote ENTPs can be ruthless. Thats nothing that should be associated with type.
    "Neither can we detect in him any great respect for his neighbour's convictions and customs; in fact, he is not infrequently put down as an immoral and ruthless adventurer."

    lol

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    Out of all the NT vs. NF pairings, they seem to have the most discrepancies IME. Probably because it's the business of Ne to be as insolent as fuck + differing Ji functions - usually the ENTP initially instigating a whirlwind of obnoxiousness.

    At least on this forum. Several members definitely break this rule - like @digesthisickness.

    As an NF, the first deciding factor for determining whether someone is NF or NT is how independent they are. ENTPs disengage and maintain a level of control where ENFPs often don't, though in conflict, they can be equally lippy. On the other hand, when an ENTP attempts to placate someone, it often seems endearingly clumsy and overt, like they're hyper-aware that they're venturing outside their comfort zone. Both types can be good at dealing with people, but ENTPs often seem to simply calculate ways of maximizing convenience where ENFPs make themselves more vulnerable.

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    I have two exhibitions for my personality.

    Exhibit A - Charming, witty, lightly sarcastic, wants to have fun, adventurous, wants to explore, talks about what-if scenarios, makes crazy theories, deliberately acts stupid (I don't understand why I do this), chilled out, laid back.

    Exhibit B - Reserved, darkly sarcastic, prone to introspection and retrospection, analyzes everything, over-thinks, recalls past events, easy to give criticisms, thinks about the past and how it could have been changed.

    My 'Exhibit A' side feels more natural to me, I'll daresay it's my default personality. But the other exhibition manifests in apparently hostile social situations and hard times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    If I had to pick a most-negative description for them, it'd be "ruthless" for the ENTP and "crazy" for the ENFP. The difference is pretty clear to me - Fi-flavoured Ne goes overboard with the emotions/values stuff, and Ti-flavoured Ne goes overboard in the other direction, ignoring values stuff.

    If you got offended by this, you're probably ENFP. If you were flattered, you're probably ENTP.
    I like it!



    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    That does sound like an emergency.


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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    You mean you question the significance of morals? Doing whatever seems to benefit you is a value. Also, your answers to those questions you posted didn't read like this is what you do.

    Stop being different people!
    Busted. Definitely ENTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    It is. I can't afford to lose this virtual ten bucks.



    Lemme know when you re ready to pay up, cup cake
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post



    Lemme know when you re ready to pay up, cup cake
    I'm hiring myself as funds handeler so you can just give the money to me

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    So what do you guys conclude from my previous posts? Am I an ENTP, ENFP or INTP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterOfAwesome View Post
    So what do you guys conclude from my previous posts? Am I an ENTP, ENFP or INTP?
    Oh all this was about you... Almost forgot.
    Well can't really say from those traits, they are pretty universal.
    In other word anyone could have put them down in order to get laid on a dating site.

    Question is how well you respond to collective feeling (Fe) vs collective thinking (Te).
    In other words are your greatest trap in life to create new content to act on in
    a goal oriented fashion or are it to play around with societal expectations and group patterns.
    We call this the Ne/Te loop vs the Ne/Fe loop.
    I've found it to be the most reliable way to type someone, as that is a pattern you don't easily get away from,
    no matter how good you think you know yourself.

    Hmm I should probably read that thread linked in the beginning too, if I want to form an opinion on this.

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