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    (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ Deckard's Avatar
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    Ways to antagonise ENTJs

    So ENTJs are constantly forming plans and expectations, short & long term. Let's say your ENTJ in question is expecting their night to go a certain way -- maybe they have a plan and end goal in mind ahead of time. You pick up on that and totally disrupt their plan and change directions entirely. ENTJ goes fucking mental. Like clockwork.

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    I think the answer there is not to have an ENTJ. They are best avoided.
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    Any subtle gesture that shows you've not completely internalized their bullshit annoys them. It's not enough to just acquiesce or go along with their ideas; you have to believe wholesale.

    My favorite is to sort of wrinkle my brow as if I'm in deep thought and unsure of what they're suggesting. "Hm. Yeeaahh, I don't know about that...". A shrug of indifference is powerful as well. Taking a few moments to respond when they enter the room is also really good.

    Then again, a lot of that is just passive aggressive bullshit. I prefer a full on head-to-head conflict, but that's not worked out well for me in the past. I've tried both methods and have gotten close to being fired for it. But we're talking about being antagonistic here, so...eh.
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    All the ENTJs I know are pretty testy.

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    This thread interests me. I enjoy spoiling J plans.

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    Anything that makes an ENTJ look uncool is super bad to them.

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    An ENTJ friend of mine has the habit of deleting facebook comments she's ashamed of. I think it only makes her look like she can't accept her faults. I confronted her about it once or twice and she got really angry. I don't understand it, everytime I criticise one of her beliefs she gets so angry she can't even explain herself properly. Compare that to an INFJ friend who can only express herself when she's frustrated.

    Anyway, I'd say the proper way to antagonize ENTJs would be like this: gain their respect, then criticise their beliefs. Though that probably creates a love-hate relationship.

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    One of my best friends is an ENTJ. He's vain, short on patience, and completely brutal when it comes to observations of other people. He's also really funny, so that's redeeming. His biggest peeve is general tacky behavior and incompetence.

    I'm a much more terrible person when in his company.

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    One might also point out how flaky they are, like Jollybard said though, first gain their respect.

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