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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    In a relationship N/S is most important. I just don't see the world in nearly the same way as the S's around me. It's almost like we're from two different planets.
    Seconded ^^

    (btw. did you know if you cut S people they actually bleed green ? )
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    I prefer M over F.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I prefer M over F.
    While I prefer F over M, I shall concur that M/F is the most important letter in my case.
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    I/E is the least important and N/S definitely the most important, in my opinion.

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    I find it interesting that so many folks think that the S/N distinction is the most important. I don't. In fact, I think I may be attracted to some Ss (particularly SPs) because they get me out of my head. I don't know if I could get along with a partner if he was EXTREMELY S, but I honestly don't get the fixation with N.

    Then again, my preference for P over J might strike others equally as odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    In fact, I think I may be attracted to some Ss (particularly SPs) because they get me out of my head.
    This seems incongruous with your signature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    This seems incongruous with your signature.


    Yeah, long story.

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    i'm drawn naturally most often to Ns, vice-versa, but also sometimes to SPs.
    i seem to be able to do S and J separately, but not together (for romantic purposes, at least)
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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I find it interesting that so many folks think that the S/N distinction is the most important. I don't. In fact, I think I may be attracted to some Ss (particularly SPs) because they get me out of my head. I don't know if I could get along with a partner if he was EXTREMELY S, but I honestly don't get the fixation with N.

    Then again, my preference for P over J might strike others equally as odd.
    I think J vs P is the biggest issue. I think the whole N/S split is a good because it helps you see multiple sides of things. The thing though is Se/Ne can be good together and Ni/Si can be good together. To have these work you they must be either dominant or auxilary for both because our tertiary we dont trust and inferior we are only good with in certain areas. So to get Ne/Se and Ni/Si to line up you must both either be J or both P.

    J and P is a huge determining factor because it is not a single function, it decides whether you learn from experience or not. J types tend to learn better from others and P types tend to want to do it and see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    I think the whole N/S split is a good because it helps you see multiple sides of things. The thing though is Se/Ne can be good together and Ni/Si can be good together.
    Not IME. Frienships can be okay, but for romantic relationships not really. I go best with other strong intuitives, Ni or Ne.

    For me, the order of importance is approximately, from greatest importance to least importance:

    1. N/S (strong N)
    2. T/F = J/P (prefer someone who is fairly adept with both)
    3. E/I (If an E, not a strong one)

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