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    Well,I have no clue what my type is,but I would have to say ISFJ's and ENFP's.They're both gentle,yet strong and protective,as well as very kind in a sincere sort of way.

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    INTJ for their sense of humor as well as me often, oddly enough, being able to relate to them. They're always quick to understand me without asking too many questions, it sometimes seems.
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    ENTP's and INTJ's

    ENTP's seem more on my level with the crazy fun stuff. Seem's like we get each other into trouble.

    INTJ's get on my level with the chill fun stuff. I feel I have a knack for pulling them out of their shell and have befriended a few of these loner wolves.

    Both of these types are usually intelligent and a nice complimentary contrast.
    "I don't know a perfect person.
    I only know flawed people who are still worth loving."
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    To here knows when... Odi et Amo's Avatar
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    ExTPs. ENTPs in particular. Those with the steely silvery fire in the eyes and the fuck-it-all attitude, who can give and take shit, mischievous, just refreshing.
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