I am not an ENTP. I'm INFP. And I have plenty of (so called) "stereotypical" ENTP friends, and I love them! I love, love, love the ENTP personality because it has the right balance of seriousness and not-so-seriousness. There's this person who's a pretty good friend of mine. He's a good number of years younger than me, but we get along great. We have common tastes in books, films, pizza, and we talk about other people a lot (we're both a bit of a gossip :P). I'm almost a 100 percent sure he's an extroverted kind of NT because he's just so well-liked. He's not shy. He has people listening when he talks. But that's the thing - he doesn't really talk much. He's a bit quiet in groups. He's happy just talking to one or two people. He doesn't mean to rally people around, but that just happens. The more I read about his cognitive functions, I am convinced he's an ENTP. Just a rather silent one. Now - Do they exist at all?