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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    Hmm, I cannot act in any scripted/planned way.

    It would feel way too unnatural.

    As for seduction, I dunno, I can be seductive, and provocative, but never with the intent to manufacture a relationship out of it.

    I just wouldn't want to ever be involved in a relationship that I felt was in any way fabricated, planned or forced.

    *shrugs*
    I think emotionally healthy xNFPs are naturals at attracting INTJs. Your independence, charm, spontaneity, diversity of interest, and authenticity are intoxicating and just frightening enough to be irresistable.

    I am guessing that an ENTP could attract INTJs similarly, but I don't think if I've met a female one to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erudur View Post
    I think emotionally healthy xNFPs are naturals at attracting INTJs. Your independence, charm, spontaneity, diversity of interest, and authenticity are intoxicating and just frightening enough to be irresistable.

    aww thats sweet
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    The other thing is not to come on too strong, and to engage in mind stimulating conversations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erudur View Post
    I think emotionally healthy xNFPs are naturals at attracting INTJs. Your independence, charm, spontaneity, diversity of interest, and authenticity are intoxicating and just frightening enough to be irresistable.

    I am guessing that an ENTP could attract INTJs similarly, but I don't think if I've met a female one to know.
    entp's are the same. PLUS 5 star winning personalities, natural charm and charisma, and have sexual sarcasm and wit!

    i never met an intj guy. i think it would be fun, though.
    She talks pretty but says mean things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitzy View Post
    entp's are the same. PLUS 5 star winning personalities, natural charm and charisma, and have sexual sarcasm and wit!

    i never met an intj guy. i think it would be fun, though.
    If you see someone walking by who seems to not be physically at home on this earth, it is probably an INTJ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harlow_Jem View Post
    You can get an INTJ male the same way outlined in the "how to get an INTJ woman" thread:

    How to get an INTJ: don't try to get him/her. In other words, your strategy should be to get her by not trying to get him/her.

    You have to make him/her come to you by making him/her think they're pulled to you by his/her own accord/decision that has nothing to do with you trying hard to pull him/her to you. Basically, it can be done but it has to be done artfully and you're gonna have to be a little tricky.

    A shortcut to getting an INTJ: research on his/her interests and casually start a conversation with him/her as if he/she's just some random person you're having an interesting conversation with and then just as you see him/her getting maybe a little excited/interested, ignore him/her for a bit as if he/she's not a person of much significance to you. By this, you'll probably have perked an interest/curiousity in him/her.

    Then give him/her time to realize (think) you're not pursuing him/her and for him/her to cultivate an interest in you that he/she thinks she got from him/herself. Once he/she feels safe in that you're a person of intellect and not a hound dog, he/she'll most likely find a way to get to you him/herself.

    I strongly disagree with this, I would just assume the other person had no interest in me and would move on, or if I started getting interested in the person, I'd feel dejected because I would think that they didn't like me back and would start harboring ill-will towards them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jgib5328 View Post
    I strongly disagree with this, I would just assume the other person had no interest in me and would move on, or if I started getting interested in the person, I'd feel dejected because I would think that they didn't like me back and would start harboring ill-will towards them.
    I've seen my INTJ brother do just that.

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    Way to an INTJ's heart?
    Is this a trick question?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwigie View Post

    Also, be gentle with INTJs. They have feelings too.

    This has the potential to be a really bad advice.

    Since it is far more likely that you will get the attention of INTJ if you are somewhat rude/mean and play hard to get. Of course you must not go too far.

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