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    The dominant relationship here is between adolescents and middle-aged women.

    The women are not the mothers of the adolescents and so the relationship can't be platonic, and in fact is libidinous.

    The adolescents are adored by their actual mothers, as nature intended, but such platonic adoration is limited to our parents. If others, apart from our parents, adore us, it is plainly libidinous.

    The middle-aged women are riveted by the hormone fueled adolescents just discovering their sexuality and naturally want to help.

    So MBTI distracts the watch-dog of the mind, while the libido runs free.

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    classy victor... blame women :rolli:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    The dominant relationship here is between adolescents and middle-aged women.

    The women are not the mothers of the adolescents and so the relationship can't be platonic, and in fact is libidinous.

    The adolescents are adored by their actual mothers, as nature intended, but such platonic adoration is limited to our parents. If others, apart from our parents, adore us, it is plainly libidinous.

    The middle-aged women are riveted by the hormone fueled adolescents just discovering their sexuality and naturally want to help.

    So MBTI distracts the watch-dog of the mind, while the libido runs free.
    Honestly, I don't understand what you're trying to say. It reads like a lesbian relationship between a teenager and a middle aged woman. I'm I wrong?
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    Aha. I see no reason why relationships between anyone who is not related must be sexual, or for that matter why you think a relationship between a child and a parent is always platonic.
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    Umm...

    No. Maybe it's your own attraction to adolescent girls that had led you to this logical blunder?

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    The dominant relationship here is between women and 20-something men that behave like adolescents.

    The men are not children, yet some are adolescents around the women, and so the relationship can be platonic, or it might be libidinous, oh, unless they're homosexual, then it doesn't count.

    The adolescents are adored by their actual parental figures, as nature intended, but such platonic adoration is limited to our parents. If others, apart from our parents, adore us, it is plainly libidinous, or I might just be that horny.

    Humans are riveted by their preferred-sex counterparts, and vice versa. While the adolescents are just discovering their sexuality and naturally want to express it.

    So MBTI distracts the watch-dog of the mind, while the libido runs free, yet I continue to come here and rant about it.

    Oh yeah, and then there are Asexuals.


    I hope you don't mind I used your post as a template.

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    asexuals are hot!

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    Wait, who exactly is he talking about again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Wait, who exactly is he talking about again?
    Do we ever know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Wait, who exactly is he talking about again?
    Isn't it obvious? Middle-aged women have the hots for adolescents who are not their children because they're thinking about MBTI.
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