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    A thread about how NTs love NTs, or at least not those sweet, tolerant, bubbly, positive NFs? And it ends in pages and pages with INTP, ENTP and ENTJ trashing eachother?

    This is so wonderfully ironic.


    Hmm, but it seems the INTJs stay clear of the dogfighting...?

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    ^I think all we really established is that ENTPs love themselves.
    Which wasn't exactly news...
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    Aww what happened to the derail?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aramis View Post
    I can relate to all of the above. My most romantic/exhilarating moments have been with NTs. NFs have been best friends throughout my life. But without that "exhilarating" factor, it can't move to the relationship stage. Exhilarating for me, too, equates to having great, comfortable conversations that never end. I've had that with both NTs and NFs, but I do filter a little more for NFs in my life. The filtering kinda muffles the potential for exhilaration.

    Arguing whether NT-NT relationships can be romantic fits into the "going nowhere" and "stupid" categories. Everyone's relationship criteria is unique to their own experiences and preferences.

    Cheers.
    why do you filter... is it because you don't think they will get it? or don't want to hurt them... tell this is an interesting observation, best here.

    I would agree that I filter with certain people, that say a comment that triggers me, or I percieve to be argumentative, or snarky, pushy, rude, or untrustworthy. Intimacy, and letting my guard down, is hard to do and takes time, trust, and I have to feel comfortable that the person understands me. Or can help me navigate me understanding myself, without humiliating me. I don't like feeling humiliated or pissed on in certain situations. As a lady, I'm not the competitive jocular, type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hermeticdancer View Post
    why do you filter... is it because you don't think they will get it? or don't want to hurt them... tell this is an interesting observation, best here.

    I would agree that I filter with certain people, that say a comment that triggers me, or I percieve to be argumentative, or snarky, pushy, rude, or untrustworthy. Intimacy, and letting my guard down, is hard to do and takes time, trust, and I have to feel comfortable that the person understands me. Or can help me navigate me understanding myself, without humiliating me. I don't like feeling humiliated or pissed on in certain situations. As a lady, I'm not the competitive jocular, type.
    Ultimately, I don't want to hurt them, since they matter a lot to me, and their feelings matter a lot to them. I think they get hurt when they misunderstand the context of what I'm saying, especially when I'm commenting on something they've done in the past, or are currently doing (they ask a question of me, I deliver an answer -- whether they like the response or not). I try not to filter in the beginning, and test to see how far I can go with them. My experience, thus far, has taught me to be careful with F's, in general.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heart&Brain View Post
    A thread about how NTs love NTs, or at least not those sweet, tolerant, bubbly, positive NFs? And it ends in pages and pages with INTP, ENTP and ENTJ trashing eachother?

    This is so wonderfully ironic.
    Trashing each other is how we show our love.
    Can't you feel the tension?
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    sheesh humans! for realz

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    Trashing each other is how we show our love.
    Can't you feel the tension?
    You're an ignorant douchebag asshole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    as a matter of fact, if i can't have a great, comfortable conversation with someone, then it's a huge red light.
    For me, falling in love is something that happens in the course of a long conversation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    Trashing each other is how we show our love.
    Can't you feel the tension?
    Tension? What tension?


    Nah, the bickering can be kinda cute for a short while, but it's not exactly my love language. So it is probably perfect that you guys aren't that drawn to NFs either. Win-win!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustHer View Post
    You're an ignorant douchebag asshole.
    Shut up you arrogant bastard. Next time you speak to me, show some respect!
    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    sheesh humans! for realz

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