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This is a discussion on What would/did ENTPs do in caveman period? within the ENTP Forum- The Visionaries forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by sonicdrink no the SJs would tell them their tent wasn't proper height, and not right in x ...
Partying, getting laid and inventing the wheel.
We definitely invented the wheel, but I doubt it was for the good of the tribe. It was probably one ENTP who was extremely lazy and didn't feel like carrying heavy shit.
ENTPs did not exist during that period, until one day an ESFJ got hit in the head by lightning while pregnant. Obviously, the baby died. But the mother survived and THOUGHT in LONG TERM for a while on how to build a sophisticated shelter to remove the static in her hair. Lucky the woman was to have a slightly bigger brain than the average. She got LOST in her THOUGHTS. A year later, she found a handsome ISFJ who had his own cave ,on a LONELY ISLAND. They had babies, and the NTP race was born.
We got eaten by bears or got tetanus after stepping on a sharp rock. All because we were daydreaming about getting laid while walking around. ENTPs didn't create society. We're too chaotic for that shit. But we did make it fun once it came into existence.
Down in the cave, I'd deliver a hieroglyphic application for asylum to time travelers from the future.
But that's just me ..
The wheel concept was made by an INTP, built by an ISTP... No dought there.
ENTPs discovered that if you lay the wheel down and put 2 adult male chickens in the middle they fight to the death.
and this, defenetly this
Personally, I would slide into the explorer role. Moving into new terrain, learning it all until it's boring, then move further. ENTP's were probably the first ones to traverse mountain ranges, seek the source of rivers, and bring some splinter groups into new ecosystems. Not certain we would have been the type to traverse oceans though. Question for the rest of you, does the idea of being confined to a wooden vessel for months sound like a small version of hell also?