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    Yeah, I can fly. Aleksei's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I've also noticed that I'm attracted to INFP men when they're celebrities or something (Kurt Cobain, Ian Curtis) but not so much IRL, which is weird.
    I think that can be fixed to "I like [celebrities]."
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    The sexiest woman I have ever known: ESTP

    I do love smart women. where can you be found, NTs?

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    Sexiest: INFJs, ISFJs, ESTPs ( horrible match for me but damn they're sexy ) ISTJs

    Least: ESFJs, INTPs, ESTJs
    A falling star fell from your heart and landed in my eyes,
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    and now it's left me blind...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    By definition sensors don't think in an abstract manner, which puts them beyond most of my thought process. Additionally, sensors are statistically 27 times less likely to be of above-average intelligence than intuitors; and SFs in particular think in a subjective (maddening) manner on top of that. I get on very well with STPs, however, and at least two of my closest friends are xSTP.
    WTF??? Your thought process is narrow minded .. As you have clearly took some information from what date exactly and come to a conclusion based on it .. That is some concrete thinking darling .. Sure you are not an SJ yourself

    See my theory on the information above is that you possibly suffer from an inferior complex, it makes you feel better to underestimate others. Never underestimate what another human being is capable of.

    But wait, that is what one does when they are trying to prove a theory, they use the data that is most relevant to their cause. Believe everything you read, because they must be right.

    Intelligence doesn't mean shit, so you are great at IQ tests, wow, that is very practical in everyday life. Unless you get the opportunity to truly use your intelligence in your chosen profession, wouldn't that be classed as a terrible waste otherwise. So what field are you in?
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    I'm pretty sure I'm not an S, but I can guarantee you I'm not a J. I'm way too disorganized.

    Oh, and I didn't take that info at face value; I never do. I just decided it makes perfect sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post

    Oh, and I didn't take that info at face value; I never do. I just decided it makes perfect sense.
    .. Please reread your post and tell me what you wrote is not a total contradiction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    I'm pretty sure I'm not an S, but I can guarantee you I'm not a J. I'm way too disorganized.

    Oh, and I didn't take that info at face value; I never do. I just decided it makes perfect sense.
    Answer this... guess saslou's type (Don't tell him sas!). Just for my information.

    And I'm not sure why you think sensors don't think abstractly... sure we think abstractly. About abstract things. Not about normal things in the real world.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    I'm pretty sure I'm not an S, but I can guarantee you I'm not a J. I'm way too disorganized.

    Oh, and I didn't take that info at face value; I never do. I just decided it makes perfect sense.
    Where does being a P make one disorganized??

    from what I understand.. J distilled to basics means you like things closed and settled .. P means you like to leave your options open.. I can see how you could use either function and still be disorganized.

    How you prefer the final outcome of any giving situation and how well you can organize your life, seem to have no relation to me.

    Example.. a J and P both get a job.. The J is happy that their job search is over. This may not be the best job.. but for now it will do because they would like a steady income for a while.
    The P is also happy they have a job.. but can't stop wondering if they got the RIGHT job.. did they really put out the best resume (C.V.) they could have ? maybe they should have also applied at the competitors, maybe life is better over there.. Think I will apply when I get home tonight.

    Neither of them would have gotten the job in the 1st place if they weren't organized.

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    Ive never asked which MBTI type my men were, so I cant answer.

    But, thinking of it, it would be a good research work. If everybody here starts asking the MBTI type of any sexually attractive man/woman they walk by, we can make statistics. If they fail to answer, take a quick MBTI test with you.

    Wait! I have my research project for Uni now! Thanks for posting this thread.

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