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    As an ENTJ I'd be way happier with the activities suggested for ENFPs. Invite me to an opera? You got me. Invite me to paintball? Alright, my brain just saved you in the "friend" folder. The sexual part might be true but I'm more like 5% romantic (I just can't handle that at all, it makes me feel horrible) and 20% lovable at least. I'm cuddly. I just don't like people :)

  2. #142

    I don't feel like this is accurate. Plus it includes astrology, so an automatic F for me ;)

  3. #143

    Quote Originally Posted by Sapec View Post
    As an ENTJ I'd be way happier with the activities suggested for ENFPs. Invite me to an opera? You got me. Invite me to paintball? Alright, my brain just saved you in the "friend" folder. The sexual part might be true but I'm more like 5% romantic (I just can't handle that at all, it makes me feel horrible) and 20% lovable at least. I'm cuddly. I just don't like people :)

    I get what you're saying. First impressions are super important to ENTJs, as we have a tendency to assess a person's usefulness and desirability very quickly. I think ideally you need to look for an activity that is going to make you look really good. If you know a lot about a particular artist who is on exhibition, take them there. If you're a strong climber, rock climbing may be a good shout. Once you're there, don't just show off- be helpful. Remember; you're trying to prove yourself an asset.

    It is, of course, worth considering what the ENTJ in question is looking for. I would love to go paintballing on a date. For one, I'm damn good at it, and secondly because it would give me to assess the physical prowess of my partner, which is something I look for. If you're really good, well done you're in with a chance, if you aren't though...well, I've just lost interest.

    ENTJs will not get intimate and cosy on a date, so don't aim for emotional closeness when picking activities. You'll fare better choosing an activity in which either one or both of you will excel.

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  5. #144

    Quote Originally Posted by RJChapman View Post
    I get what you're saying. First impressions are super important to ENTJs, as we have a tendency to assess a person's usefulness and desirability very quickly. I think ideally you need to look for an activity that is going to make you look really good. If you know a lot about a particular artist who is on exhibition, take them there. If you're a strong climber, rock climbing may be a good shout. Once you're there, don't just show off- be helpful. Remember; you're trying to prove yourself an asset.
    First impressions indeed are important, at least for me, they determine a person's usefulness, yet I wouldn't say the first impression is all that counts. I'm just a very distrusful person so I always look out for something, sometimes I find good characteristics.

    However, in some part I can just agree to your point. But on the other hand, as much as I love shooting (Compound Bow), accompanying me there is not considered a date in my head. Quite the opposite. If I really like the person and we've bounded I would enjoy their company, but if I don't know someone this would be nothing but considered annoying and rude. It's my personal time, stay away. Too negative?

    Yet what I'd rather think of is trying out new activities with someone. But again, only someone I really like. I'm not a friend of getting any closer with strangers. They shall sip their wine at the other side of the table and hold up conversations.

    Quote Originally Posted by RJChapman View Post
    It is, of course, worth considering what the ENTJ in question is looking for. I would love to go paintballing on a date. For one, I'm damn good at it, and secondly because it would give me to assess the physical prowess of my partner, which is something I look for. If you're really good, well done you're in with a chance, if you aren't though...well, I've just lost interest.
    I fear this would somehow awake my killer instict. I would get all emotionless and eager to shoot you down, I don't know. Sounds like fun, but not an action for a potential date, but this really depends on the person itself. How I said, opera would be nice. My standards are too high.

    Quote Originally Posted by RJChapman View Post
    ENTJs will not get intimate and cosy on a date, so don't aim for emotional closeness when picking activities. You'll fare better choosing an activity in which either one or both of you will excel.
    Going out has the complete opposite of cozyness for me, I seek activity, excitement, quality. Howover I can only agree on the excel part, but as much as I like action, I'd prefer a relationship based on intellect rather than sportive activities.

  6. #145

    It's funny that I'm Aries. Should I avoid myself?
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  7. #146

    I disagree LOL! I find pretty insulting putting me with pisces and virgo ...my experiences with them not good for relationships!The ones i met are just pretty outside and I can't deal with them a whole day(belvie me , i can't) .I like more fire signs ... i demand my fire >( ! Also is relative,it says also to avoid cancer,i have an INTP cancer friend so she should avoid herself? this is ridiculous also i am looking people that match with leos want short term relationships ...WHAT?! one of my best friends is leo and she wants a serious relationship with someone ,is not really into flings . how sagitarius can be on short and long term relationship ideals?explain that?! this is sooo relative ,maybe the wheel percentage is more accurate ... I think the term of relationship you want depends on your age and how you were raised . I want a relationship where this person is just paying attention to me ,thinks i'm smart ,respect me and treat me well,also someone who is not needy . But people like that is very raree....

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    I don't really feel as though Zodiac is at all credible when it comes to determining what type of person someone is. After all its just what time of year you were born. Where's the Type-by-type matchups? xD
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  9. #148

    I wonder where the artsy side of INFPs went...

  10. #149

    "Isabel Myers (INFP) married a man named Chief, an ISTJ and a good man. They were happy together, but according to Isabel's own type theory they weren't predicted to be perfect for each other. Later on, Myers said that if she had known about type theory, she probably wouldn't have married Chief. Hm! There is a lesson to be learned here: type is not everything, nor should it be the decisive factor in choosing your lifemate. Take it from the founder of type herself."

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    Oh btw, I should look into this but is the whole MBTI relationship so called matches based on the observation of 140 couples back in the 1940s??? yea I would assume it wasn't the best time for romantic matches >.> Besides Myers changed her own statement twice as far as I know, the first version was just flipping letters, not the shared intuition etc. although that I find accurate.


     
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