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    I'd say that in general introverts fall less often in love than extroverts, and probably NT's fall less in love than NF's, and SJ's fall less in love than SP's---so statistically speaking probably ENFP and ESFP fall more often in love than INTP and INTJ.

    but then, probably the idea of love of ENFP and ESFP is different than the one the other types have (and the other way around obviously) so you can't really say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishida View Post


    Eh, maybe an INFP? Since they like dreaming? I imagine it'd be an NF or just F type before another.

    Least likely.. INTJ/INTP?
    based on my experience INFP's rarely fall in love. Since they (we ) tend to fall in love very deeply we simply wouldn't have the energy to do it often.
    I'm not saying that other types are shallow, only that we are a little too deep for our own good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorareever View Post
    I'd say that in general introverts fall less often in love than extroverts, and probably NT's fall less in love than NF's, and SJ's fall less in love than SP's---so statistically speaking probably ENFP and ESFP fall more often in love than INTP and INTJ.

    but then, probably the idea of love of ENFP and ESFP is different than the one the other types have (and the other way around obviously) so you can't really say.
    I rebuke this in the name of the Lord!!!

    We, ENFPs, do easily and readily fall or become enthusiastic and obsessed with people and things but falling in love and being in love, in the truest sense are quite different things.

    I've already mentioned this earlier in the thread, but I have only been in love, conclusively, once. I have been infatuated plenty of times. And I do find myself going absolutely ga-ga for people at times, but love is serious business and I take it very seriously. Love is the end product of an accumulation of experiential, emotional, psychological, and mental processes/phenomena all miraculously working in accordance with each other to produce that *true* loving feeling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    What, Colmena, do you like about Waking Life?
    ...'like' is inert...jk

    It seems to roll and bump into things shamelessly.

    A soft spot for tango nuevo helps, too.
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    I love maths more than I could love any woman !



    Just joking I generally don't believe in love

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    I rebuke this in the name of the Lord!!!

    We, ENFPs, do easily and readily fall or become enthusiastic and obsessed with people and things but falling in love and being in love, in the truest sense are quite different things.

    I've already mentioned this earlier in the thread, but I have only been in love, conclusively, once. I have been infatuated plenty of times. And I do find myself going absolutely ga-ga for people at times, but love is serious business and I take it very seriously. Love is the end product of an accumulation of experiential, emotional, psychological, and mental processes/phenomena all miraculously working in accordance with each other to produce that *true* loving feeling.

    okay. *pats your head*

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