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    The Memes Justify the End EcK's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    Yes, you have passed the test.

    (and effectively crushed the competition, while making girls swoon... I hope that you don't actually breed like a rabbit, though)
    yeah that was goal one, goal two was to mess with entrop's feelings.

    Seems like a success
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    You did not pass, however. Some dude called you out for being creepy. hahahhaa...
    I trust the wrong people

    :banned:
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I trust the wrong people

    :banned:
    fixed.

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    1. Has to be confident enough to let me have freedom to be spontaneous and go places without her.
    2. Has to be good looking or I wont even attempt to hit on her.
    3. Smart I hate incompetence.
    4. Decisive if there is one thing that drives me nuts its indecision.
    5. A sense of humor that doesn't get offended easily.
    6. Someone caring and that can take care of cleaning, making food and laundry.
    7. look for someone with follow through because everyone knows I wont do it after I figure it out.
    8. Someone that can bob there head for extended periods of time.

    That's about it oh and if I can get a remote for her that has a mute button that would be fantastic.

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    Somebody like Valeria Golino, Marilyn Monroe, and Adriana Lima. This goes for both looks and personality; just watch their whole demeanor and attitude in interviews. Very soft-spoken, dreamy looking eyes, seem superficial and put off, but are far from it. It's like they have that balance to do what is right at the time.

    If you mix 'em up there, I'd call it "Warmly goofy and courteously sexy"

    I've actually met 3 women out of hundreds like that and they got away because I was focused on the booty hunt at the time. Now, I want to try something else and go for something more deep.

    Damn!

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    Sexy, insightful, sober, spectacular.

    I don't know what I'm looking for, but I most certainly know what I'm avoiding. At least the ladder will keep me out of danger until I figure out the former.

    I found a similar post somewhere on here before and compiled a lot of post's to make a long but general list. The some of it is that she would have the maximum possible amount of all virtuous qualities.

    I'll post it if you ask me to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spry View Post
    ...be as superficial or as deep as you like.
    a blonde ENFJ

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    I think an INFJ is their ideal match. I am extremely attracted to ENTPs in general. In a magnet-like sense. An ENTP male actually told me that I am perfect for him. Directly quoted, I was perfect for him in every way... mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually. We agreed that we just fit together so well, like puzzle pieces. He told me that he likes how I respect how he does his own thing, and how I value some distance in the relationship as being natural and beneficial at times. He loves the fact that he can tell me anything, he even feels compelled to tell me everything he feels and thinks about that I would appreciate (which is basically everything). We are iNtuitive whores. He also told me that I am one of the most interesting/influential person he has ever met (also said I was the "craziest" person he knows...whatever that means) and that I was a catalyst for many of his revelations and personal growth more so than anyone else. We love exploring together. We love experiencing things together. We keep each other on our toes. We have literally talked from dusk til dawn. I have watched the sun set and rise more than once with him, not doing anything but talking. We have eerily similar thoughts about things, though we get to those conclusions in different ways and they complement each other well. With this we each add insight into each others ideas. Sometimes we feel like when we are talking together it seems like we are each having conversations with ourselves. We both love sex, but know when the other wants it. We have times when we just have sex for hours and time when we have barley more than a hug.

    Note: I am not in a relationship with this person. I don't really know why, but I let it be.

    God I love ENTPs. I've said too much.
    I guess what I like most about them is their love of life. The way the see it as a game. I love their theories on things and their inventiveness. I am always attracted and intrigued by their ambiguity and distance...their unwillingness to give me an emotional response or commit. I know they care deeply, but they show it in strange ways. When it comes down to it, they are just interesting and keep me interested. This is one of the primary things I need in any relationship. I hate when I can figure people out too easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud View Post
    A female version of myself? I think not.
    actually sounds more like an NFP to me = P
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    Also, I recently read about on and INFJ website that "seduction" occurs when your first function is the other persons fifth function...In the case of ENTPs and INFJs ... for INFJs that is Ne which is ENTPs primary function...ENTPs fifth function is Ni which is INFJs first...
    sigh...

    from the website:
    Complexifying matters significantly, Beebe concurrently introduces a competing algorithm. He states that "seduction" most often occurs when a person meets their favorite process as the 5th process in another person. He indicates there is an overwhelming attraction between two processes in this combination: 1 + 5.

    Let me clarify with an example. An INFJs overall favorite cognitive process is introverted iNtuiting. Their 5th process is its diametric opposite: extraverted iNtuiting. (It's the same process in a different attitude meaning, the opposition manifests from whether a particular process is used in the inner or the outer world. A difference of direction here typically generates conflict, since what one person shares with the world is what the other person believes should be kept to oneself.)

    According to Beebe, when dominant introverted iNtuiting encounters dominant extraverted iNtuiting, its as if they magically combine to form a giant iNtuition together. (Surely this characterizes an instance where opposites overwhelmingly attract!) Beebe suggests this compelling attraction is far more common than the inverse relationship he previously described (ESTP), and claims that the sensation can be highly seductive. (I know what he means; I was in an intoxicating relationship of that sort for several years.)
    Yes, I would say one of the main reasons I love my interactions with them is our "giant iNtuition." Oh so seductive for those seduced by the power of the mind and those who "get it".

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