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    Branded with Satan murkrow's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    I would love to find a guy who's as curious about the world as I am, and would actually like to experience it. I've had an ENTJ guy tell me I was "too smart". ?!
    I thought smart was a good thing, but I guess not. I had it explained to me that NT men don't like to have mates that could possibly be smarter than them. This makes no sense to me - if my boyfriend had a higher IQ than I did, I would be proud of him, not see it as a competition. So, I don't entirely believe NT men who say they want an intelligent woman. They want a woman who is reasonably smart without threats of Supreme Intelligence usurpation.
    Please don't judge us all by the words of one huge flaming pussy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by murkrow View Post
    Please don't judge us all by the words of one huge flaming pussy.
    It would be a major endeavor to convince other types that NTs are squishy even if we all wrote emotional posts. Even then, the other types would get scared and assume we are planning world domination etc.

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    I don't see any problem with a woman who's smarter than me, so long as "smarter" does not mean "I own you and demand anything I want of you since I'm better than you," which is some rather disturbing behavior I've seen in an old INTJ acquaintance (whom I have no relations with and never intend to) with some of her recent mates. It's not really about "smarts," it's about diversity of intelligence; I don't consider someone heavy in logic-bound intelligence but retarded in emotional intelligence a "smart" person by the furthest reach of the definition. The latter of those two is oftentimes harder to deal with. The reverse situation is undesirable of course, as I have a hard time respecting them as an intelligent being without a basic grasp of fundamentals in math/science/etc.

    But for someone who's smarter than me on both counts, well, I salute them
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    Dang, so the average guy need not apply with the INTJ crowd.

    145lbs and 5'10" seemed just normal, but I guess I got bulk up, and rip up before I approach.

    EDIT: On the other hand, forget it, I don't need to deal with all this superficiality anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    It would be a major endeavor to convince other types that NTs are squishy even if we all wrote emotional posts. Even then, the other types would get scared and assume we are planning world domination etc.
    I have experienced the squishy side of NTs, both male and female. It's beautiful, sometimes more so than a usually squishy NF, just for it's rarity in occurance and the amount of vulnerability it displays (which makes my NF heart all ). I have felt the heat in the freezer and it is good.
    Dreams are best served manifest and tangible.

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    The squishy side is not to be talked about


    Physical: Taller than me would be good (not hard 5.5 would do it!) and interested in staying fit and active. Other than that I'm not really bothered.

    Emotional: Aware and optimistic. That's a must.

    Mental: Challenging but not so intelligent he can’t hold a conversation without making my head spin, frivolous can be fun at times.

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    The squishy side is not to be talked about
    What? Like, my rainbow gummybear center? No touching it is delicate!

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    I dislike the word squishy . . . it sounds gross.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Didums View Post
    What? Like, my rainbow gummybear center? No touching it is delicate!
    I only nibbled it once

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    Ok, so I have sharp claws and teeth, but I can be gentle. No one gives me the chance though...
    Dreams are best served manifest and tangible.

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