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    Pretty consistent as I'm acutely aware of the connection and its important to me keep it strong.

    Being an sx person and stuffs.

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    So then you would say your sex drive is pretty consistent as well?

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    shit i guess z...

    i think the difference is that it's not some itch that needs to be scratched...usually.

    it's more like just effusive expression of feeling. so...it's dependent on "us"

    it's probably like that for a lot of peeps.

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    That sounds about right

    Thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Please, go on...
    She was in her mid-fifties and had just separated from her husband when I first took that position alongside her. And I guess she was making up for some lost time or something...idk. The *encounters* she would describe...I mean, you can read about all of these things in the sexuality forum...it's not like I was necessarily making new discoveries or anything. It was just the frequency and the number of partners that was jaw-dropping.

    What she described would seem extensive to me out of a young, manic male attempting to have as much experimental sex as they possibly could. But I guess what was most unusual was how casually she would talk about it. Again, imagine a middle-aged, significantly introverted female in Liz Claiborne's 'casual workplace' line...speaking in the flattest, quietest voice about explicit sex acts like I would talk about what I needed to get at the store later. It was bizarre. And lastly... in spite looking naturally unhappy and speaking to everyone in a barely audible monotone voice... if a handsome middle-aged man came up to the her desk? omg she would turn in to this total seductress. haha...I'm totally tripping out just recalling it now...but she would completely change into some slinky person haha I don't know what to say. And her laugh would become this semi-evil-cat-purring laugh or something. And I'd just be sitting there going...'and it's the ENFPs that get blamed for being flirtatious. right."



    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    So then you would say your sex drive is pretty consistent as well?
    Yes. 2 times a year whether I feel like it or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YWIR View Post
    Lonely single nerds.
    desperation shouldn't be confused with sex drive
    Oh, its
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    Quote Originally Posted by You View Post
    desperation shouldn't be confused with sex drive
    But I'm a lonely single nerd who hopelessly explodes with fantasies upon reading funny comments like this one:

    Quote Originally Posted by YWIR View Post
    I haven't developed a forum crush on anyone before. I've thought certain people are interesting/good looking but thats as far as it ever went. I have issues with this IRL, so I can't imagine how being online would make it easier for me to develop a crush.

    Raptorwizard is the exception of course.


    Also, this may be kind of creepy, but I saved a sexy picture of an epic treasure that literally um, "opened up" to me on this forum! (Look Below) - (my name back then was poimandres, as a quick quote source check can reveal)
    evidence - http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...=1#post2125783

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    So cleavage shot? you're a boobs man, wizzy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    I feel like a lot of INFPs can be very passionate in relationships (Moreso than some of the types I ranked above them), but I'm not sure whether they'd be that concerned with having sex. Same with INFJs.
    INFPs yes, but not INFJs. I'm definitely pretty concerned with having sex. Probably from having Se as an inferior function.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stigmata View Post
    +1

    I pretty much have to scratch the itch daily if there isnt someone else doing the scratching for me(yeah, im such a romantic ).
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
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