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    It can be entertaining hanging with extraverts but if I had to choose one over the other I prefer the company of introverts. That said people intrigue me regardless of how outgoing they are.

    "Let me at em" Whuh? *backs away from Wild horses*

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Most excellent analogy!

    Although big Cs can engulf little os too.
    Awwww

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    LOL Don't worry I'll try not to aim my C at you! Hehehe
    ... couldn't drag me away

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    Does this question really need to be asked (JOKE!) OF COURSE WE DO!!!!
    prove it!
    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Most excellent analogy!

    Although big Cs can engulf little os too.
    It looked like chemical stuffs.
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

    Theory is always superseded by Fact...
    ... In theory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    prove it!

    It looked like chemical stuffs.
    Carbon monoxide?
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    Not sure what you mean Eck... what can I do apart from cyberstalk all the Intoverts to prove that I love them so; but hey I already do that??!!
    ... couldn't drag me away

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    I'm am an Introvert who is not socially awkward or shy.... and I have tended to prefer other Introverts because they are who I have had commonality with. I'm not attracted by an opposite. I haven't actually dated more than one Extrovert, as the energy of the Es I've known seems to throw me off when they're coming after you. It seems all consuming. (None of this is intended to be a blanket statement about Es and Is btw, just my own experience.)

    I have been thinking about this a lot lately as many Introverts seem to prefer Extroverted partners. Sometimes I think a very reserved person may respond to the attentions of an Extrovert more than anything. The outgoing person takes up the slack in terms of the very reserved person's lack of ability to make a connection themselves for whatever reason. (Sometimes I think they like if the Extrovert does all of the work!) I met an extremely reserved boyfriend's ex-girlfriend, who is one of the most outgoing people I have met. It baffled me that they didn't have a lot in common. But he liked a lot of alone time and she could happily leave him alone to be with her large circle of friends. Also, she would never go too deep with him, so he could stay well-defended but would entertain him with her energy, antics, mishaps, stories. That may be the important dynamic for some Introverts....

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    Do you guys think opposites in general attract or ultimately clash too much?? Not just in terms of intraversion and extraversion?
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    blue...i promise not to engulf you unless you ask.

    and wild...i think total opposites can work as long as their is an admiration and respect for the differences, you know?
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    Do you guys think opposites in general attract or ultimately clash too much?? Not just in terms of intraversion and extraversion?
    Opposites are definitely attracted to each other! I wonder about long term potential in a lot of those cases where someone is initially fascinated by someone because they are different. If they bond on another level it would def work if long term is what's desired.

    I know I already said I'm not attracted to someone opposite (I do think I could have a lot in common with some Extroverts, it just hasn't happened that way so far). The reason is that it takes too much energy to be on the same page. I want deep understanding, a bond, which I have only found with people who are similar to me.... I need that otherwise I just keep sides of myself hidden. Or I won't even bother with a relationship in the first place.

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