Why ENTJ one of the rarest types?

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Re: Why ENTJ one of the rarest types?

Postby Sligh » Fri Oct 22, 2010 8:16 pm

I'm new here and I feel this topic is pretty rich, but others are also, so I'll state my point generically and maybe later I'll come back to explain it better.

I think the MBTI types as social constructions have very few to do with genetics. Therefore and bottomline I think we are rare mainly because our society discourages the formation of NT types in general ('conform to the damn standards don't matter how out of place they are') and ('don't complain about stuff or people will be intimidated') EJ types; and we are both.

Obviously this is an oversimplification of my theory, but then again anything else I could quickly write in one paragraph also would be.
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Re: Why ENTJ one of the rarest types?

Postby lamer » Sat Oct 23, 2010 1:32 am

Sligh wrote:I'm new here and I feel this topic is pretty rich, but others are also, so I'll state my point generically and maybe later I'll come back to explain it better.

Nice. We will wait for you. ;)
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Re: Why ENTJ one of the rarest types?

Postby lamer » Sat Oct 23, 2010 1:43 am

Ace_ wrote: don't like to spend a lot of money on clothes and I don't see the point of buying an expensive suit if I can't tell the difference when I compare a 2-3 times cheaper one to it.

I am attracted actually to dark colors more than bright ones. I hate yellow for example. I like black, dark blue, indigo. White is ok too but not when everything on you is white. I don't like to attract so much attention.

My aesthetic understanding? I don't know. I still let my mom pick some of my clothes. Seriously. So I guess I'm bad at it? Or maybe I'm not bad, it's just that I don't care. I always figure: "I don't want to cheat a woman into liking me. If she likes me when I dress bad and when I'm not groomed, she'll always like me". It's like selling stuff, I don't want to cheat the customer.

I hate to admit it but I have worn the same clothes for 2-3 days in a row, quite a lot of times. But I'm a geeky ENTJ. I dressing well had a purpose for me at this moment, I'd probably do it. We're utilitiarian, if there's no purpose to action there is no action. Currently I'm not looking for girls so I don't care to style my hair or dress like I'm going on a fashion show.

I wouldn't notice if my friends were wearing the same things each day. I guess I'd notice after 5-6 days but I'm not one of those persons that notice those things. I notice if you're smart, witty, funny, but you could be wearing three diamond rings and a million dollar diamond necklace around your neck and I wouldn't notice.

When observing women I notice what most men notice: hips, waist, boobs, face. Dressing well is important too but I kind of look at the global picture. If she's elegant and nothing stands out, it's good.
ENTjs like expensive, good quality clothes, however they can find it difficult to effectively combine their wardrobe. This is especially noticeable in ENTj males. They are very attracted to bright colour combinations and may combine two or three styles together. However, their aesthetic understanding is not usually very well developed and therefore they may find difficult to work where aesthetics play an important role. ENTjs often wear the same clothes for long periods giving the impression that they have just come back from a long trip and haven't had time to change.

Do they really wear clothes for many days without bathing?????????? As a female, i confirm this is not applicable. But i wonder whether it's true to ENTJ male? Who knows?

I don't like to spend a lot of money on clothes and I don't see the point of buying an expensive suit if I can't tell the difference when I compare a 2-3 times cheaper one to it.

I am attracted actually to dark colors more than bright ones. I hate yellow for example. I like black, dark blue, indigo. White is ok too but not when everything on you is white. I don't like to attract so much attention.

My aesthetic understanding? I don't know. I still let my mom pick some of my clothes. Seriously. So I guess I'm bad at it? Or maybe I'm not bad, it's just that I don't care. I always figure: "I don't want to cheat a woman into liking me. If she likes me when I dress bad and when I'm not groomed, she'll always like me". It's like selling stuff, I don't want to cheat the customer.

I hate to admit it but I have worn the same clothes for 2-3 days in a row, quite a lot of times. But I'm a geeky ENTJ. I dressing well had a purpose for me at this moment, I'd probably do it. We're utilitiarian, if there's no purpose to action there is no action. Currently I'm not looking for girls so I don't care to style my hair or dress like I'm going on a fashion show.

I wouldn't notice if my friends were wearing the same things each day. I guess I'd notice after 5-6 days but I'm not one of those persons that notice those things. I notice if you're smart, witty, funny, but you could be wearing three diamond rings and a million dollar diamond necklace around your neck and I wouldn't notice.

When observing women I notice what most men notice: hips, waist, boobs, face. Dressing well is important too but I kind of look at the global picture. If she's elegant and nothing stands out, it's good.

Yes, if someone loves you by who you are, it would be the best. I agree. But as a woma, i dont think man who is " not clean" or" take care of his appearance so much" is sexy at all. Man should be clen and tidy is good. I dont care of man's appearance than his personality and others ;), though a man who has both thing ( to my standard opf evaluating a man) would be extremely sexy :mrgreen:
I like black, white and blue. I think clothes in white suits me most. But maybe im woman, so should not just stick to 1 color in wearing?
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Re: Why ENTJ one of the rarest types?

Postby Wasabi » Wed Oct 27, 2010 4:06 am

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Re: Why ENTJ one of the rarest types?

Postby Ace_ » Wed Oct 27, 2010 7:20 am

ENTJ is not the rarest type.
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Re: Why ENTJ one of the rarest types?

Postby Wasabi » Wed Oct 27, 2010 9:19 am

fgh
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Re: Why ENTJ one of the rarest types?

Postby Sligh » Wed Oct 27, 2010 10:43 pm

Wasabi wrote:Why ENTJ is rarest? Well because the best qualities as a whole always concentrate in a few. Isn't that the law of nature? There is no good when there is no bad. There is no point for being good if everyone are good. Someone has to be bad and they should be in majority.


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Re: Why ENTJ one of the rarest types?

Postby lamer » Thu Oct 28, 2010 1:01 am

Wasabi wrote:
Ace_ wrote:ENTJ is not the rarest type.

Traitor :mrgreen:

hahahah. Ace, why are you so cruel, kicking him off the cloud so early? let him fly there for a while then!!!! :lol:
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Re: Why ENTJ one of the rarest types?

Postby Wasabi » Fri Oct 29, 2010 4:23 pm

fgh
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Re: Why ENTJ one of the rarest types?

Postby lamer » Sat Oct 30, 2010 1:29 am

Wasabi wrote:
Sligh wrote:
Wasabi wrote:Why ENTJ is rarest? Well because the best qualities as a whole always concentrate in a few. Isn't that the law of nature? There is no good when there is no bad. There is no point for being good if everyone are good. Someone has to be bad and they should be in majority.


Elitist detected.


Not really. I`m just making fool of myself in a potential chance of making my time spend in entertaining way. Seriosly, I don`t really care weither ENTJ`s above or below the ground. Been at both ends. For me, this is just like a guide to find answers and share my experience with like-minded people.

ENTJs are perfectinists. Ask ComplexMango then! ;)
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