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    What are your turns on and turn offs? Do you have any non-negotiables?


    Extreme broodiness. Public sluttyness ( Though in the bedroom private sluttyness with me is a-ok and even encouraged).
    Low sex drive.

    How do you flirt? Is your testing/teasing thing you do flirting or just for your own fun and games?

    Dirty/dark humor but not overboard where its just weird. Asking interesting questions. Eye contact and smirking.

    What do you think of INFPs?? Would you date one? Do we have any particularly attractive qualities to you?

    INFP, INFJ, and ISFJ are my 'favorite' types romantically. Also, its the types I've had the most chemistry with (thought I doubt that's wholly type related). I have dated one and would do so again if the circumstance happens but I don't accept or reject dating based on typology.

    What are your views on sex?

    Extremely important and must be frequent.

    How can someone impress you?

    By doing cartwheels while riding on a unicycle.


    What do you need in a relationship?


    Electric chemistry and stability.


    Do you prefer monogamy?


    Yes because I'm possessive. If I didn't have a possessive instinct I'd be all for polygamy and probably prefer it. Also, I think poly relationships offer their own styles of happiness but I can't rationally see how its good for raising children (if bringing up children is a goal down the road).

    Do you find it difficult to date/open up to someone?


    Nope

    Do you lose interest easily? How can someone keep you interested?


    I lose interest but at a gradual rate. Typically it's not the other person's fault. It's mine and probably some deep seeded abandonment issues I have.

    So it's a combination of both constantly revitalizing the relationship so it stays fresh and desirable. She can also offer great massages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZNP-TBA View Post
    What are your turns on and turn offs? Do you have any non-negotiables?


    Extreme broodiness. Public sluttyness ( Though in the bedroom private sluttyness with me is a-ok and even encouraged).
    Low sex drive.

    How do you flirt? Is your testing/teasing thing you do flirting or just for your own fun and games?

    Dirty/dark humor but not overboard where its just weird. Asking interesting questions. Eye contact and smirking.

    What do you think of INFPs?? Would you date one? Do we have any particularly attractive qualities to you?

    INFP, INFJ, and ISFJ are my 'favorite' types romantically. Also, its the types I've had the most chemistry with (thought I doubt that's wholly type related). I have dated one and would do so again if the circumstance happens but I don't accept or reject dating based on typology.

    What are your views on sex?

    Extremely important and must be frequent.

    How can someone impress you?

    By doing cartwheels while riding on a unicycle.


    What do you need in a relationship?


    Electric chemistry and stability.


    Do you prefer monogamy?


    Yes because I'm possessive. If I didn't have a possessive instinct I'd be all for polygamy and probably prefer it. Also, I think poly relationships offer their own styles of happiness but I can't rationally see how its good for raising children (if bringing up children is a goal down the road).

    Do you find it difficult to date/open up to someone?


    Nope

    Do you lose interest easily? How can someone keep you interested?


    I lose interest but at a gradual rate. Typically it's not the other person's fault. It's mine and probably some deep seeded abandonment issues I have.

    So it's a combination of both constantly revitalizing the relationship so it stays fresh and desirable. She can also offer great massages.
    +1 4massages
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    A more reliable co-conspirator.

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    I got great influences from sociononics when it comes to relationships. Relations seemed to be a very weird concept to me.
    Someone who can take care of my absentmindedness.
    I like personalities who are laid back and are interested in my general airy fairy conceptualism.
    I'm most certainly able to help with technical difficulties.
    ISFJ, I guess.
    ISFJs like me and I like them.
    They tend to drag me with them to have a lunch and have good laughs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Troll View Post
    I got great influences from sociononics when it comes to relationships. Relations seemed to be a very weird concept to me.
    Someone who can take care of my absentmindedness.
    I like personalities who are laid back and are interested in my general airy fairy conceptualism.
    I'm most certainly able to help with technical difficulties.
    ISFJ, I guess.
    ISFJs like me and I like them.
    They tend to drag me with them to have a lunch and have good laughs.


    what if...

    ...but that means...
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    ENTPs....how have your interactions been with ISFPs?

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    Can be quite conflicting.
    ENTP: **mumbling incomprehensible abstract bullshit** ...and because of that it is why it is.
    ISFP: **Thinks that there is no connection to real life or how to achieve something or do something** WTF! STFU!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allywally View Post
    ENTPs....how have your interactions been with ISFPs?
    It's the only type I haven't really interacted with. Can't say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Troll View Post
    Can be quite conflicting.
    ENTP: **mumbling incomprehensible abstract bullshit** ...and because of that it is why it is.
    ISFP: **Thinks that there is no connection to real life or how to achieve something or do something** WTF! STFU!
    lol. I quite agree, but they sure are fascinating....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Troll View Post
    Can be quite conflicting.
    ENTP: **mumbling incomprehensible abstract bullshit** ...and because of that it is why it is.
    ISFP: **Thinks that there is no connection to real life or how to achieve something or do something** WTF! STFU!
    #canconfirm
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