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    i love that it says for real!!!! in the title hahaha
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    and purple if thats about you drinking...just don't...some people just can't!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    Yes INTPness. If you are looking for a long-term mate that doesn't require constant 24/7 attention...ENFP would probably be a safe bet...haha!
    What did you mean by that laugh at the end?

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    my guess is that it was a funny question to ask

    are you worried she's being tricky??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    and purple if thats about you drinking...just don't...some people just can't!
    it wasn't
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    are you worried she's being tricky??
    What do you mean by tricky?
    Last edited by Zarathustra; 06-11-2012 at 08:51 AM.

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    well i don't know...was trying to figure out what else it could mean or how you could've read it.

    and thought maybe it could've sounded not entirely sincere??
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    Yeah, I'd say that's a pretty good read...

    I'm worried that ENFPs need constant attention 24/7 if you're in a LTR with them.

    I can't be a babysitter for my SO; I want quality time, but they need to be able to handle their own.

    And I don't want that free time turning into "oh, since you weren't here, I went out and met this guy friend, but don't worry, it's totally not like that!"
    :girlpower:

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    *has a feeling this question is going to go unanswered just like ENTPness'*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    What did you mean by that laugh at the end?
    The whole thing was cracking me up a little bit. I mean...I think there are some ENFPs that require a lot of attention...but for the most part I hear the opposite complaint (which I imagine is enneagram related). I mean even I, as an ENFP e7, can become a little frustrated with my ENFP e7 friends (I have two of them that are so/sx)...because they are always off chasing down the *new and exciting*. And I assure you...their SOs have PLENTY of time to spend alone to *recharge* and follow their introverted pursuits...which is what INTPness was expressing concern for. The ENFPs I mention are very loving...and are in long-standing relationships...but their SOs are hardly complaining about the need to provide their ENFPs with constant attention. Again...I primarily hear the opposite complaint. As in...I wish I could spend more time with my ENFP. I guess I would get the same laugh if I was reading a post in the ISTJ section that read...'If I was in a relationship with you...would I be expected to go out every night...to parties or restaurants or movies etc.? Or could we spend a few quiet evenings at home alone?'

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