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    videodrones; questions Verfremdungseffekt's Avatar
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    Indeed. That's like Mozart saying, "What, music lessons? What nonsense. You just sit down and you play. It will come to you."

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    You're not missing much. It's the same old conversations about type... do you really need to read more whining?
    I post on the Bungie forums. Compared to there, this place is completely stoic.

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    this is nowhere complete but...

    Since INTPs are described as analogous as the professor...

    from the Art of Seduction

    The Professor - These types cannot get out of the trap of analyzing and criticizing everything that crosses their path. Their minds are overdeveloped and overstimulated. Even when they talk about love or sex, it is with great thought and analysis. Having developed their minds at the expense of their bodies, many of them feel physically inferior and compensate by lording their mental superiority with others. Their conversation if often wry or ironic - you never quite know what they are saying, but you sense them looking down on you. They would like to escape their mental prisons, they would like pure physicality, without any analysis, but they cannot get there on their own. Professor types sometimes engage in relationships with other professor types, or with people they can treat as inferiors. But deep down they long to be overwhelmed by someone with physical presence - a Rake or a Siren, for instance.

    Professors can make excellent victims, for underneath their intellectual strength lie gnawing insecurities. Make them feel like Don Juans or Sirens, to even the slightest degree, and they are your slaves. Many of them have a masochistic streak that will come out once you stir their dormant senses. You are offering an escape from the mind, so make it as complete as possible: if you have intellectual tendencies yourself, hide them. They will only stir your target's competitive juices and get their minds turning. Let your Professors keep their sense of mental superiority; let them judge you. You will know what they will try to hide: that you are the one in control, for you are giving them what no one else can give them - physical stimulation.

    There are 10 archetypes of seducers and 18 archetypes of victims. Interesting read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by durentu View Post
    this is nowhere complete but...

    Since INTPs are described as analogous as the professor...

    from the Art of Seduction




    There are 10 archetypes of seducers and 18 archetypes of victims. Interesting read.
    Wow...I'd say a good amount of that is pretty accurate. I tend to look for escape in a lot of my physical activity, sex being one of them. Thanks for the link.



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    i cant accept anyone actualy wants to seduce an intp, this thread is just like one of an irrelevent yet interesting wikipedia articles; you're not really going to go fly fishing but it you read it because its so hard for you to imagine how it's possible.
    kinda

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    I love INTPs. I wouldn't seduce one, though. The fun is all about watching them try to seduce you. Tragic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I love INTPs. I wouldn't seduce one, though. The fun is all about watching them try to seduce you. Tragic.
    It's kinda cute though....

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    +1!
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    ENFP's trying really hard to seduce an INTP.

    That is cute.

    INTP trying to seduce an ENFP?

    That's a miracle.
    ~Self-depricating Megalomaniacal Superwolf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    ENFP's trying really hard to seduce an INTP.

    That is cute.

    INTP trying to seduce an ENFP?

    That's a miracle.
    Shhh, dont tell anyone-but we're kinda easy....

    Anyways we like ackward attempts at seduction. It brings out our nurturing side. We'll take care of ya, just cause you're cute and look a little scruffy round the edges....

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