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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    I have felt the heat in the freezer and it is good.
    The heat in the freezer! Ha, that's stellar.

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    What? Like, my rainbow gummybear center? No touching it is delicate!
    *poke*

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    Well, there usually is more heat in a restaraunt walk in freezer than there is in a cup of hot tea. But yeah, I've been mentioning it in that form on this board for a while *shifty eyes at Trinity wary of any possible plotting behind his back*
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    Physical: I was tempted to get really specific here, but I'll just say I go for cute, with, um, geometry...

    Emotional: I am a sucker for NFs. That pretty much sums it up. I don't think I would fare well long term with a T, especially an NT. One of my best friends is an ENTJ. We get along exceedingly well and banter endlessly. Many people have suspected us of being together; one time a security guard on our campus asked if we were married. We just happen to make a very good tandem. But were both way too competitive. We would destroy each other in a relationship.

    Mental: Well one, I like it when the girl is more organized and scheduling than me (J). God knows I need that long term. Two, I don't nessecarily care if we have the same interests, but it DOES matter if they 'get' the language I speak. For instance, an ENFP or INFP might seem really interested in my interests, but not really get the point of them... Whereas those with Ni tend to speak the same tongue as me. This is why I fall for NFJs....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrath Mania View Post
    Physical: I was tempted to get really specific here, but I'll just say I go for cute, with, um, geometry...
    Geometry-free figures turn me off too.
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    Physical: They have to look good WITHOUT makeup. Anyone can look good dolled up. It's what you look like after a bout of tears or an hour at the gym that counts.

    Emotional: Another NT. Most preferred? Another ENTJ.

    Mental: Most important one here. Smart. With numbers. Or that goes against you.

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    Physical: I don't really care...I don't like extremes though: too fat, too skinny, too buff, too short, too tall. I consider myself a reasonable guy in this department. I'm not a fan of women that are slobs, though...funny how most expect guys to be most slobs though, and most of the slobs are probably guys. Like how not washing your hair and wearing torn up clothes is a statement of your individuality. That's crap.

    Emotional: I don't want dependency; that is insanely aggravating. I'm perfectly fine talking about feelings and I've had plenty of sentimental streaks...but again, no robots and no hyper-sensitive people. There has to be a level of emotional toughness that allows for talking about "difficult" subjects, and there has to be a level of emotional maturity that allows for fights and arguments to be stable...

    Mental: Intelligent, but not too intellectual. Not even sure if I want to date an intellectual. Just don't be an airhead.
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