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    Quote Originally Posted by Cranky View Post
    How comfortable are you INFP males with this? Honestly, I guess I always thought men would like having an attractive woman say out loud that she finds them sexually appealing. Oddly, it seems to make you guys blush and stutter (which just makes me want to keep going, because it's funny and adorable)...but at what point are we going too far in verbally expressing our appreciation of your asstributes?


    Right now?

    Catcall away Matey!

    Generally, unless it's someone I find interesting, it bothers me a bit. But it's happened frequently enough that I sometimes have a return volley to fire.

    And usually it's not my face or eyes, it's my ass, or shoulders, or legs.

    Oh God!! I am a sex object... Whatever shall I do?

    A big change from when I was in middle and high school. I kind of enjoy it. Women don't seem to be inclined to take it too far, unless drunk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    Right now?

    Catcall away Matey!

    Generally, unless it's someone I find interesting, it bothers me a bit. But it's happened frequently enough that I sometimes have a return volley to fire.

    And usually it's not my face or eyes, it's my ass, or shoulders, or legs.

    Oh God!! I am a sex object... Whatever shall I do?

    A big change from when I was in middle and high school. I kind of enjoy it. Women don't seem to be inclined to take it too far, unless drunk.
    At least you get it while they're sober; only the drunk ones mess with me
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    At least you get it while they're sober; only the drunk ones mess with me
    Oh come on....

    Look, do you know what your problems are?

    Do you know how at least some can be fixed?

    Personally, I think confidence works better than any body part ever could.

    Show that you know yourself, and are confident, or at least competent. And things will change. Of course, it doesn't hurt to learn how to banter back and forth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    Oh come on....

    Look, do you know what your problems are?

    Do you know how at least some can be fixed?

    Personally, I think confidence works better than any body part ever could.

    Show that you know yourself, and are confident, or at least competent. And things will change. Of course, it doesn't hurt to learn how to banter back and forth.
    Yes, PLEASE. Especially if you like the hard-shelled but gooey on the inside INTJ femmes; we push and tease, and it's to find out if you're tough enough to take our wit. If you look like a kicked puppy when we tease, or take our humor too seriously, we think that all we'll ever do is make you miserable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cranky View Post
    Yes, PLEASE. Especially if you like the hard-shelled but gooey on the inside INTJ femmes; we push and tease, and it's to find out if you're tough enough to take our wit. If you look like a kicked puppy when we tease, or take our humor too seriously, we think that all we'll ever do is make you miserable.


    Damn....where is the pouty lip emoticon...then the repertoire of INFP emoticons would be complete....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    Oh come on....

    Look, do you know what your problems are?

    Do you know how at least some can be fixed?

    Personally, I think confidence works better than any body part ever could.

    Show that you know yourself, and are confident, or at least competent. And things will change. Of course, it doesn't hurt to learn how to banter back and forth.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cranky View Post
    Yes, PLEASE. Especially if you like the hard-shelled but gooey on the inside INTJ femmes; we push and tease, and it's to find out if you're tough enough to take our wit. If you look like a kicked puppy when we tease, or take our humor too seriously, we think that all we'll ever do is make you miserable.
    Confidence is difficult at the best of times. Competence I show most of the time, I just lack spectators. I can handle NT teasing, on the rare occasions it happens. It's just moderately hair raising when the only attention you get is from drunk women who are as old or older than your mother, and feel their sole purpose is to make little boys blush as a way to satisfy their vanity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    Confidence is difficult at the best of times. Competence I show most of the time, I just lack spectators. I can handle NT teasing, on the rare occasions it happens. It's just moderately hair raising when the only attention you get is from drunk women who are as old or older than your mother who's sole purpose is to make little boys blush as a way to satisfy their vanity.

    Perhaps you are in the wrong places?

    Of course, a willingness to make a fool of yourself in public, and not give a damn seems to be attractive as well.

    I am good at that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    Perhaps you are in the wrong places?
    Yeah, hotel night audit was a magnet to them... Ever since I left that job my flirts per month bottomed out.

    Of course, a willingness to make a fool of yourself in public, and not give a damn seems to be attractive as well.
    Been there, done that, everybody suddenly gives me an extra 10m of room with the look of horror on their faces.
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    I'm not touching this topic.


    Wait...dammit!

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    male INFPs and women = VETERAN MODE

    unless of course you're one of those 'healthy' INFP males... >_>

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