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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Pst, testosterone...
    Aw, be kind -- I'm just playin' with him!

    have a fun day!
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    No, you should be reading about general male/female differences in socializing -- a pretty broad topic but about which a lot has been published. (sorry if I sound short, I'm in "get things done" mode.)
    you were referringto the validation thing. now i get it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    So you're asking this question on an Internet forum why...?
    (Instead of being out talking to cute girls?)
    i don't want to know about girls. i wanna know - "READ THE TITLE PLEASE". (and ignore the grammar mistakes)

    but i shall try my best to keep you on the good side. you are the only INTP i know is a female for sure in this forum therefore your contribution is extremely important.




    off topic - my 400th post.

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    A good friend of mine is a female INTP and I would say she's "encyclopediastic." She spends most of her day around books and computers so rightly so. But she won't offer information unless asked, or to correct someone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    A good friend of mine is a female INTP and I would say she's "encyclopediastic." She spends most of her day around books and computers so rightly so. But she won't offer information unless asked for it or to correct someone
    there you go. i was right. i have noticed the same.
    they are also smart.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Pst, testosterone...
    you got that right brother!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Aw, be kind -- I'm just playin' with him!

    have a fun day!


    i would have used but no use. you are not a NF. it wouldn't have moved you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    So you're asking this question on an Internet forum why...?
    (Instead of being out talking to cute girls?)
    awww, why, it's GOT TO BE because you are the cutest.

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    I've met one INTP girl. She's no encyclopediatic, but she's damn random and funny. Her jokes have been cracking me up for 3 years now. She isn't encyclopediatic.

    INTP boys are encyclopediatic, but this doesn't mean they 'show off whatever they know'. The INTP boys in my school tend to show off least actually, they never like to join a conversation with sensors. All they do is sit around the library and think to themselves It's so fun watching them.

    I guess they have that overlapping trait eh? Being funny. Except the girls are funny in a more auditory sense and the boys visual. Hmm...me and my theories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gengar View Post
    awww, why, it's GOT TO BE because you are the cutest.
    hello romeo! next time i need chick advice i am coming to you.

    I've met one INTP girl. She's no encyclopediatic, but she's damn random and funny. Her jokes have been cracking me up for 3 years now. She isn't encyclopediatic.

    INTP boys are encyclopediatic, but this doesn't mean they 'show off whatever they know'. The INTP boys in my school tend to show off least actually, they never like to join a conversation with sensors. All they do is sit around the library and think to themselves It's so fun watching them.

    I guess they have that overlapping trait eh? Being funny. Except the girls are funny in a more auditory sense and the boys visual. Hmm...me and my theories.
    so i am right. yipeee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gengar View Post
    I've met one INTP girl...she's damn random and funny. Her jokes have been cracking me up for 3 years now.
    Yes, my INTP friend is so funny. And she speaks in a monotone which makes it even funnier. Most people don't understand her jokes though; they just think she's a little out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    Yes, my INTP friend is so funny. And she speaks in a monotone which makes it even funnier. Most people don't understand her jokes though; they just think she's a little out of it.
    that's exactly what makes me crack up even more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gengar View Post
    awww, why, it's GOT TO BE because you are the cutest.
    Wow, I like you!
    And what a neat profile pic, +5 on that one.

    Thanks for adding your anecdotes to the collective pool, the data is helpful.

    Quote Originally Posted by ravana View Post
    i would have used but no use. you are not a NF. it wouldn't have moved you.
    Actually, I would have laughed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gengar View Post
    that's exactly what makes me crack up even more.
    *yup*
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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