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    i didn't realize i was holding out for an INTJ until one snagged me.
    Time is a delicate mistress.

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    *creates trap and waits patiently*
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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    *creates trap and waits patiently*
    Wait. An ISFP wants an INTJ?!


    Hmm, and I think she mentioned something about wanting a man who knew how to dance ...



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    ayoitstepho, what exactly is it that you find attractive about an intj?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uumlau View Post
    Wait. An ISFP wants an INTJ?!


    Hmm, and I think she mentioned something about wanting a man who knew how to dance ...


    Hey, I like me some NT's.
    Dancing is preffered, but it's never stopped me from liking someone.

    Quote Originally Posted by themightybob View Post
    ayoitstepho, what exactly is it that you find attractive about an intj?
    Actually, I just like making all the INTJs uncomfortable here.
    I will say though, that all the INTJs that I'm cool with here all have a really quiet intelligence to them that is surprisingly attractive. But really, I'm still learning about INTJs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    Hey, I like me some NT's.
    Dancing is preffered, but it's never stopped me from liking someone.
    I'm honestly curious. Given the fairly big difference between N and S, what makes you interested in NTs?

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    Generally speaking, women are attracted to intelligent men, and, generally speaking, NTs typify "masculine intelligence".

    What seems more preferential is whether a woman likes an introverted or an extroverted man.

    I, for one, have always been attracted to introverted men with thinking preferences.

    I should actually modify that statement, I actually tend to be attracted to highly introverted men. Don't exactly know why.

    As steph mentioned, something about a quiet intelligence is attractive to me.

    I think I was 23 when I asserted the fact that I am absolutely NOT attracted to charismatic men, I enjoy them as friends, and it is fun to flirt with them, but I am never romantically attracted to them.

    And, no, for I've heard extroverts and ENFPs in particular being accused of this, my lack of attraction to extroverted charismatic men has nothing AT ALL to do with "sharing the spot light"

    They're just not my cup of tea.

    I've always liked men who were/are reserved, who lack the desire to posture and or prove themselves to random people.

    There's simply nothing more sexy than a quiet confidence, nothing...

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    Yes, what SS said.
    Either way, I get along well with N's. I've always felt that my friendships in real life with N's have been my closest and deepest.
    That includes both NF and NT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SillySapienne View Post
    I think I was 23 when I asserted the fact that I am absolutely NOT attracted to charismatic men, I enjoy them as friends, and it is fun to flirt with them, but I am never romantically attracted to them.
    INTJs are usually highly "charismatic", they're simply not loud and - as you've already pointed it out - they don't see the benefits of boasting to strangers.

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