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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystic Tater View Post
    After days of contemplation, INFP turtle finally comes to the conclusion that the female turtle would be an AMAZING mate. However, INFP turtle knows that there are futuristic death cars coming from both directions of the road. Because his Ne sees possible future failures, he is terrified of making a move.
    In your metaphor, what scenarios represent "futuristic death cars"?

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    My fav part is the picture. Although the whole thing is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    In your metaphor, what scenarios represent "futuristic death cars"?
    I was being vague in the matter in order to accommodate the individuality of INFPs.

    However, if you were to ask me, I often think about scenarios in which the girl is "unsatisfied"or doesn't agree with my main morals. Most of my morality is flexible, but there are just a 2 or 3 things that I hold almost sacred. Furthermore, I am sometimes terrified of the girl just not understanding me at all. In fact, one of my main motivations in coming to this forum is to observe how personality types communicate and behave.

    It is a magnificent tool, however, within MBTIs dark side resides the knowledge that no one will ever truly understand you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaybeLogic View Post
    I don't know. INFP turtle could very well have a violent fit of jealous rage and push the tortoise off of an abutment and into a deep drainage well.
    Anything is possible, I suppose. Especially if the turtle is already deep into the relationship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    There is an upside to this.

    The way I see this is that INFPs are sometimes overlooked. A lot of people see them just as nice guys as failure to percieve what's under the INFPs skin. They don't see deep enough.

    But when INFPs do find intimacy, they have a lot of give. The outisde is nice, the inside holds burning passion. I think INFPs are capable of expressing the strongest intimacy, so when they get to an intimate level, it is wonderful.

    Do you know what I mean? It was hard to explain, and my brain isn't running in high gear today.

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    Take heart for the future

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lambchop View Post
    As the happily married wife of an INFP, this advice is sage and golden. We want nice guys to settle down with. My friends are always asking me where they can find a guy like my husband. We want a few good men.

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    You want nice guys to settle down with and take care of the family. But want a "bad boy" type to live out your crazy sexual fantasies. If have read that during certain times during the year woman prefer the aggressive "alpha male" types over the nice guys. Something about their genes being more wanted for
    " better" offspring..Hmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airwalker View Post
    You want nice guys to settle down with and take care of the family. But want a "bad boy" type to live out your crazy sexual fantasies. If have read that during certain times during the year woman prefer the aggressive "alpha male" types over the nice guys. Something about their genes being more wanted for
    " better" offspring..Hmmm
    You can be nice and still bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    You can be nice and still bad.
    What if one of us widdle bitty INTJ femmes asks you VERY nicely to be bad?
    Personally, *I* think I'm hysterically funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite-gone-awry View Post
    If prisoners on death row can find a woman to love them through being mere pen pals, I am sure hooking up with a woman wouldn't be too difficult, even for an INFP male.
    this makes me a sad, and miserable panda.

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