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    It's critically important that you find something that you love to do. Then do it.

    Express your passion. Lots of people find that attractive. Some of them will be female. It works!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    It's critically important that you find something that you love to do. Then do it.

    Express your passion. Lots of people find that attractive. Some of them will be female. It works!
    This is good advice. Although it helps if the passion isn't something like World of Warcraft. (Although, who knows, even that may have a shot.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    This is good advice. Although it helps if the passion isn't something like World of Warcraft. (Although, who knows, even that may have a shot.)

    True...I hadn't thought of that.

    I guess I had more old-school things in mind, like playing the guitar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    True...I hadn't thought of that.

    I guess I had more old-school things in mind, like playing the guitar.
    Guitar is a classic one, especially since it's relatively easy to get to a point where you can play a tune on it. I think us INFPs have a bit of an edge when it comes to music - as we are generally pretty good at expressing our emotions through it. It's a great way to bypass defenses and emotionally affect someone else.

    And the thing is, if we find an activity where we can direct our passions, suddenly we won't be so desperate to find a woman to direct them towards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tikka View Post
    Actually, from these two descriptions, I'd say the Nice Guy is an ENFJ. It's a fitting description to these type of people.
    Oh well, I generally find ENFJs charming. Their shtick works with me , and they are usually pretty direct with their motives. I wouldn't call this a type thing at all.


    Quote Originally Posted by candylandjoe View Post
    I'm confused as to why you care!

    No, I just assumed your assertion was obvious before you announced it.
    Someone needed to call BS on the "Nice Guy" charade. Might as well be me. It is a forum for discussion after all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    Oh well, I generally find ENFJs charming. Their shtick works with me , and they are usually pretty direct with their motives. I wouldn't call this a type thing at all.




    Someone needed to call BS on the "Nice Guy" charade. Might as well be me. It is a forum for discussion after all.
    Discussion?

    You should start a mailing list! Just start a thread on this forum leaving instructions detailing how to sign up, have a mod lock it, and fill in the rest of this fantastic community on the results after a few weeks. I don't need to read "act nice but not too nice if you don't really mean it, fart" for the thousandth time over another 50 page thread; why not just look to receive guidelines from the top?

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    Quote Originally Posted by candylandjoe View Post
    Discussion?

    You should start a mailing list! Just start a thread on this forum leaving instructions detailing how to sign up, have a mod lock it, and fill in the rest of this fantastic community on the results after a few weeks. I don't need to read "act nice but not too nice if you don't really mean it, fart" for the thousandth time over another 50 page thread; why not just look to receive guidelines from the top?
    Option B) She creates the thread, but you ignore it since you are above it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by candylandjoe View Post
    Discussion?

    You should start a mailing list! Just start a thread on this forum leaving instructions detailing how to sign up, have a mod lock it, and fill in the rest of this fantastic community on the results after a few weeks. I don't need to read "act nice but not too nice if you don't really mean it, fart" for the thousandth time over another 50 page thread; why not just look to receive guidelines from the top?
    Must have hit a nerve :rolli:

    Who said anything about guidelines or "acting" in any manner? I think the entire point has gone over your head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    Option B) She creates the thread, but you ignore it since you are above it.
    I will once I get the answers to these questions:
    Why do boys get all weird as they age?
    Where's Walt Disney's head stored?
    What's the deal with black people?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    Must have hit a nerve :rolli:
    No, summer job is over. LOL.

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