I think the answer depends on two things:
1. Why do you choose people like this? Are you avoiding rejection from people who might be able to challenge you? Do you feel less self-conscious around people you know you can dominate? Both? Something else?
2. What types of relationships are you actually forming? Do they satisfy you? Do you feel understood intellectually? Emotionally? Spiritually? Your reference to men as dogs and your ex being emotionally shallow says "no." In that case, we could say that you need to dig deeper and explore why you hold your attitudes and act the way you do, making choices that cut yourself short.
1. I not get exhausted from fucking myself. As my roommate.I wonder what it would be like to be with another "Philosopher Poet", would it be like fucking yourself? Would it be utterly exhausting, and therefore ultimately not worth it?
2. It could be tiring, but that depends on how you create your relationship and what types of patterns and habits you mold during the formative stages and maintain throughout the course of your relationship. I don't think this is reducible to type; it goes beyond that.
I thought you were an ENTP, but regardless, of course it can. Why shouldn't it? The "NF" label lacks vital information like: "what does it take to make you calm and present?" "can you do it on your own?" "are you codependent?" "what are you looking for in a mate?" "are you assertive and wise?" "are you mature and experienced?" etc.Can a relationship consist of, and persist with two NFs?
My intuition: Maybe you like being admired by people who are less skilled in your stronger areas. A challenging person scares you into self-consciousness so you tend to avoid it. You're looking for something deeper, judging by the fact that you posted this thread. Maybe taking a break from dating would help so you can do some introspection.