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    Nerd King Usurper Edgar's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by refreshe123d View Post
    Overall she wasn't interested and gave me the "i have boyfriend" excuse.
    [YOUTUBE="4faSs0mg_pI"]She has a boyfriend[/YOUTUBE]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forgetful Functor View Post
    You are joking, right?
    Who, Edgar? Perish the thought!
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    How can you NOT be seducing if you're an INTP??!!!
    ... couldn't drag me away

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    How can you NOT be seducing if you're an INTP??!!!
    We're a lot slower than most to build social confidence. A LOT slower. I think I'm probably not alone in that understanding MBTI has made it easier to accept the way I am and then get to work on/with it.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Decline View Post
    Who, Edgar? Perish the thought!
    Hah, okay, I see how it is..
    Ti = Ne > Fi = Ni > Te = Si > Fe = Se

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forgetful Functor View Post
    We're a lot slower than most to build social confidence. A LOT slower. I think I'm probably not alone in that understanding MBTI has made it easier to accept the way I am and then get to work on/with it.
    But isn't that what makes you guys hot!?
    ... couldn't drag me away

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    But isn't that what makes you guys hot!?
    I donno, is it? We're lost when it comes to this stuff, we need you to spell it out for us. =D
    Ti = Ne > Fi = Ni > Te = Si > Fe = Se

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forgetful Functor View Post
    I donno, is it?
    No, not really.

    She's just being a ENFP sycophant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by refreshe123d View Post
    I wasn't going to hit on any girls till I read those books and "master" the whole thing but i saw really cute girl at the market and had to say something and all i could think of was that stupid ass pick up line. It kinda worked but i didn't plan what i was going to say next. Overall she wasn't interested and gave me the "i have boyfriend" excuse. bullshi# i'm pretty sure she didn't had one just wanted me to leave her alone
    Edger's video clip is a great extreme example on why not continuing to game girls with boyfriends is ludicrous. (program this in your head)

    In fact girls with boyfriends are better then girls without boyfriends. If they aint got a ring it don't mean a thing.(at least have this in your mindset). Her telling you she has a BF can mean many things. Only "one" is that she is not interested in dating/talking to you. And if she is not interested sexually and you don't have anything better to do, make friends anyway; she probably has some hot girl friends, might even be a good friend/pivot.

    Also you can have sexual interest but (as another poster already mentioned) never project it so early. Just be friendly. Even if she is looking at you like she wants to do you right there in aisle 3. You will soon discover this is the easy part after you get approach/opener basics down.

    Don't kick yourself, rejection is good thing to get used to in the beginning.

    Lose fear of rejection and you will appear to have what is called "confidence"

    Also Google: Boyfriend Destroying Patterns
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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    Also Google: Boyfriend Destroying Patterns
    This is wrong and I would not do it. It definitely makes you sleazy and I'm sure smart (read: desirable) women can recognize it.

    Platonic friendships are great, but there are more important reasons to have them, like oh, say, having a cool friend or just learning how to act chill around women (you know, 'cause they're just people). In fact, how can you even know what interesting women want if you don't have any interesting female friends?

    On another note, I'm seeing confidence as a universally important social trait (skill?), not just something you should have to practice for alienating courtship rituals. When I think of those people to whom I am always drawn in social situations or those who I immediately begin to respect, confidence seems to be the universal attribute.
    Ti = Ne > Fi = Ni > Te = Si > Fe = Se

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Wait, you don't want to be loved? Just provided for?

    I see relationships (perhaps naively) as a partnership of equals. But you are right, it's probably more like a trade, and at least you are being honest about what you bring to the deal.
    The incongruity, for me, is in the fact that most INTP women seem to be self-sufficient, almost to a fault. But I could see how you could rationalize an alternative lifestyle. I suppose if you know that you can always take care of yourself, if need be, then you are sacrificing nothing.
    A partnership of equals doesn't always equal two people filling the same roles. Desiring security is not mutually exclusive with wanting to be loved.

    I wanted to be pursued and provided for, but I was willing to reciprocate interest and I can and have made this family run and run well on a shoestring. We both bring stuff to the table, just not the same stuff.

    As far as how to seduce as an INTP, I should know since I have four children by one, but nothing stands out. He introduced himself to me and we started talking and I liked him and was attracted to him.

    I like that he is funny, kind, smart, and always has something interesting to talk about. He's also a good dad and has a good work ethic and thinks I'm pretty. Oh and he smells right to me, which I think is just a biological factor that is out of our control.

    Spamtar: Would you trust a woman who could be gamed away from a BF to be your life partner?
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