- Oct 25, 2017
- MBTI Type
- Instinctual Variant
Most girls love ESTPs. INFJ and INTJ women are the ones that have a soft spot for ENTPs and they are rare.
You missed the bit when I said 'most'.Really? Maybe I'm an exception then... I'm often attracted to INTx people, romantically or otherwise... maybe it's all the logic, coupled with the patience they show towards NFs like me.
You missed the bit when I said 'most'.
For me the reason might be that we ENTPs often stand out. This may be because we are less likely afraid of what others think of us. We say things out loud that others agree but are too scared to say, and thus feel attracted by us. Then, donâ€™t forget that we are the devilâ€™s advocate. If there is a dispute between two side, we might pick the one we donâ€™t believe in and bring logical arguments just to seduce the one we like. I believe that many ENTPs are, often, liars. There might be exceptions, but dishonesty is something we simply have. Then, ENTPs often donâ€™t care about rules. Or find ways to bypass them. Additionally, we have a good sense of humor, and thatâ€™s something that makes you attractive.
If there is a dispute between two side, we might pick the one we donâ€™t believe in and bring logical arguments just to seduce the one we like.
Wait, you're supposed to seduce people by bringing arguments in their favor?
It might sound pretentious, but it works.
Entps have cool type descriptions. Brainy, creative, funny, easy going, social etc. Qualities which are considered prime for daring material. Add to it entps are quite cool when associated from a far.
It's in the long term their irresponsibility , immaturity, never admitting mistakes etc turns you off.
But form a far entps are indeed the cool daring material.
That is something I often hear, especially from the ones who knows me well. I disagree with it and often end up in an argument. Itâ€™s not that we donâ€™t want to admit our mistakes, there is either no mistake or we give an explanation to our mistake. Unless you are our boss, we wonâ€™t simply say Iâ€™m sorry it was a mistake. We know that if we argue, we might lose our job. If we argue about the mistake, it is because we want you to understand the mistake to give us a better solution or to understand that we are not idiots. I hate it when people think I am an idiot without me wanting them to think that I am an idiot. If we burn a red light while we drive, our answer might be: â€œI didnâ€™t see it.â€. That doesnâ€™t mean we didnâ€™t commit a mistake. We simply explain why we committed it. The problem are the others, not me. And I am not making an excuse in this post for what you wrote!