What are your ENTP experiences of lying? I know that we proportionally are more dishonest than other types, whether you agree with the behaviour or not. So I'm interested on why you lie, how you do it so well, and when do you do it (any restrictions?)
For me it's like acting. I think I've read that ENTP's make good actors. But my mental strategy is literally like that - I just assume the mentality of a person who is being truthful. So e.g., let's say I took something of someone's. When confronted, I just set my mind in a state as if I actually hadn't done it. Because I know how I'd be feeling if I hadn't done it, so I just use that state of mind. This way I can totally convincingly keep lies going for as long as I want, without ever having to think about it.
And the notion that lying is bad doesn't rationally make sense to me. I mean yeah, of course if you're lied to and you find out, you'll be pissed, and pissed at yourself for not realizing the truth. But that's kind of on you. And it isn't really very harmful anyways. Situations where your words will make a real difference - like something I could actually care about - are rare. So at the end of the day I think I think of things on a waaaaayy bigger scale than others can relate to.