Now that you mention it, um, *looks back a couple pages*.You guys are repetitive - that is, you make too many threads asking what we think of you.
They care too much what ENTP's think of them. That's my criticism.
I think there is some deep attraction to ENTP's that is sometimes reciprocated but doesn't seem to really work. My ex wife loved that I could be an "ass" (sarcastic, cold and rational) but didn't like it when I used it on her. I loved that she was soft, feeling, and gentle but didn't like it when she'd let our life together fall apart while she brooded about some imagined slight.
I am going to call it: Bad match.
Exactly! We learned to stay away from each other.There is so much potential to learn from one another.
Okay, well no more hatin' on my peeps or I'll bust a cap in your ass.:tongue:Exactly! We learned to stay away from each other.
I think it can work if the two aren't extreme (and immature) examples of of their own types. We were. Coarse self-centered intellectual boor meet super-sensitive little panicking flower. Result: Explosion!
But . . . .
Thank you . . . .
For your concern . . . . . :laughing:
Hmmm, there is some truth to that about managing insides. Leave it to an INFP to come along, pull out our insides and say "Look, here I've got your insides! What do you think of them?" As for intrapersonal intelligence, we're craftier than you think - we just play dumb sometimes .I think it just takes you guys longer than us to figure out your insides and how to manage them. Perhaps the ego gets in the way, but not the highest intrapersonal intelligence amongst entps.