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    Maybe then an INTP would be the best match.

    Accordingly you might prefer the J counterpart over P. I'm not certain how that works.

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    I don't know if I agree. An ENFP/EXXP (since E and P are my strongest traits) relationship seems kinda counter intuitive.

    Then again I don't pay any importance to MBTI in matters of love.

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    As far as I know test results don't indicate strength of preference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    Maybe then an INTP would be the best match.

    Accordingly you might prefer the J counterpart over P. I'm not certain how that works.
    intp or infp maybe since f/t is close?? or infj maybe?? not that it matters...just curious.
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    Extraverted - 74%
    Intuition - 90%
    Thinking - 95%
    Perceiving - 100%
    (btw, this is from the silly billy My Personality Pages test, I had taken a whillle ago, so I question the validity...and am quite uncomfortable with such a score in Thinking, esp. when it's dichotomous to Feeling, as this would indicate I'm a feeling-retard. And. I. Am. NOT.)

    Regardless, taking those scores at face value would get me?

    ME! *:horor:
    (for the love of Dog, noooo!)

    *I guess, we gotta figure out how to define what is weak versus what is strong in terms of preference, and what, thus, the % truly mean at an individual level?

    *and, whether, a person so ingrained in their 'personality' actually PREFERS their personality in others (very subjective from person to person).
    I love me, and my personality, love it, however...I know for a fact, I would bitch-slap the next foo' who acted like me, and get quite annoyed at them (I wanna be the only one DOING the annoying, not the one GETTING annoyed, like....um...really!) So, forget letting them close enough for a relationship.
    Otherwise, your idea...makes logical sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan View Post
    I like this idea.
    I like it too. I needed a good laugh.

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    I score 70% introverted, 56% S, 51% F, and 53% P. Figure out my mate. I'd say the ideal for me is XXTJ if they are in tune with the F side and if the S is sort of in tune with their N.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    As far as I know test results don't indicate strength of preference.
    I am talking about the real strength, and test results do indicate preference strength on a comparative level, but not sequencial, so the strength represented by percentage is subjective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    I score 70% introverted, 56% S, 51% F, and 53% P. Figure out my mate. I'd say the ideal for me is XXTJ if they are in tune with the F side and if the S is sort of in tune with their N.
    ISTJ, maybe INTJ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    Otherwise, your idea...makes logical sense.
    Well I think everything you said goes along with my idea.

    E is about 3 times the interval, so I might as well say INTP is a good match. I don't think you can bitch slap an INTP. You wouldn't know which cheek is on their face.

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