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    Quote Originally Posted by ZPowers View Post
    Seconded. A lot of INTPs have a pretty rough time believing in things like God or general mysticism, much less something that you can fairly effectively punch full of holes with statistics, experiments and observation.
    Believing in God is the easy part, trust me. Trying to be perfect once you understand how all the rules can be "laid out" and rationalizing your exceptions is the challenging part. This is why I believe, making "full of love" decisions saves the day and brings a whole other realm into the picture.

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    since they talk to them almost exclusively over the net and computers are like an extra arm to them, then i'm guessing the number would be infinite.
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    From what I've observed irl, barely 1.
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    Imaginary friends with benefits or even friends with imaginary benefits don't count. Just sayin'.
    Step into my metaphysical room of mirrors.
    Fear of reality creates myopic morality
    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
    (from Blue Velvet)

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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    since they talk to them almost exclusively over the net and computers are like an extra arm to them, then i'm guessing the number would be infinite.
    I have to remind people that the fact there are many 'emotionally distressed' or otherwise 'clingy' girls out there on the net that believe they are my girlfriends, doesn't mean I am juggling them!




    I don't even have time for one girlfriend, let alone being willing to juggle multiple.

    I think, if given the time and challenge, throwing moral standards out of the window. I could juggle a damn lot of women, if I wanted too. But I have absolutely no reason or interest in spending time with people in such a way. And a relationship for me is only worth it if it's based on dedication, honesty and trust. That's the only way for me to even bother with the relationship, and give some of my time to it.

    But back on topic.

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    I don't have too much trouble believing that an INTP could be proficient in whatever area s/he decides to focus their energies on, including, for lack of a better term, sexual conquests. Not too many of them seem to choose that area of interest, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Personally, if I was one of those women, I'd wanna know what it is you want. A serious relationship? Fuckbuddies? Open relationship? [insert whatever you can think of]?
    Well, I think it is all a case by case "what do you want" situation. For example, since you asked... "if I was one of those women..." ... I decided to take a look. I'm new to this Typology stuff so a month ago I would have not understood how similar you would have been to my INFP babies momma. In her case. I simply wanted to spend enjoyable time with someone doing things like talking, going shopping, analyzing our lives, relating to the differences in others and being friends. I do not try and put labels on things by telling a women. Hey girl, listen. "We are fuckbuddies, ok" Come on. That would be a blow to the feminine integrity. I would feel the same way if it were done to me. What could I possibly want then? Well to have the satisfaction of sleeping well every evening knowing that I'm living life till the fullest and not saving myself for "miss right" when maybe I'm not yet the "Mr Right" to begin with. I like to view being appreciative of the lovely people that are brought into your life as a gift of destiny that teaches you.

    You do what you want, and what suits you, but not letting me know or deceiving me into thinking you'll build a life with me while you rather have an open realtionship is something I'm not exactly down for, and yes, I do believe I have a right to know, and get the same privileges as you. Instead of leaving me guessing and having a whole bunch of drama to deal with.
    I've actually been down the "I have a right to know" thing before and understand what you mean. You probably do have a "right to know" within your world of values and feel that I need to let you know. I however, love law, understand it and also realize that your rights are no better than my and do not cancel out my simple "right to privacy" or "right to think about it". We all have our flaws and if I'm simply not willing to "tie the knot" in a bigger way, its simply because I'm not willing to. I'm not "sold" per se.
    You're actually pretty cute because you mention "getting" the same privileges. Well, that is a gender thing. Since you're a women, maybe you have to deal with how society will view you and that added burden makes things not feel "fair". Why would you have to understand the privilege rule hierarchy in order feel that you could do what you want to do in the first place. Yes, there is drama to deal with but its probably personal drama that goes on in your heart since your more prone to feel instead of think about things and justice sometimes in directly correlated with how people are going to pay for things with something that "feels".
    Mmm...this sounds more judgemental than it's meant to be. I don't have a problem with the way you view life. I have a potential problem with the apparent lack of information you provide these girls with. Let them know that you prefer this lifestyle. And let them decide if they wanna be a part of that. If you already did this, feel free to disregard my comments.
    And yes, you sound very much like a young ENTP to me.[/QUOTE]
    The judgmental part is ok. That's why we're on here, right? To let some steam out and speak our mind. (which is something I do in person as well by the way). Your potential problem is exactly that. "Your" problem. Your problem with the apparent lack of information. I'll return to the same thought framework as before and add a another twist to it. Let's for example that you have noticed that these women are generally happy when they are with you and that you are also very happy with them. You have great conversation, etc, etc. All of a sudden, you notice a surge of jealousy boil, their face changes, body language, tone of voice and they go into fit mode. Well, what I do is say this. Hey girl. You have issues. You are obviously dealing with major insecurity issues because jealousy is creeping up on you and as you know. Jealousy is a negative, counterproductive emotion that some people like to, in an easier way, classify as a sin. That venom you feel creep up on you, flow through your veins will eventually create cancers, rot out your heart and keep you from enjoying the fine time we were just having 5 minutes ago watching this movie. If you have a hard time watching a romance movie because it reminds of you another women who is blond and an acquantaince of mine then maybe we should watch War movies, documentaries or listen to music. Maybe you should just leave the house, cool off and call me when you feel better because I was having a great time and you're spoiling it with you damn insecurities. How can you fight being jealous? Maybe hypnosis, revenge I don't know... I have another troubles working on my stuff to have to live, think and act. Grow up I would say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    I don't have too much trouble believing that an INTP could be proficient in whatever area s/he decides to focus their energies on, including, for lack of a better term, sexual conquests. Not too many of them seem to choose that area of interest, though.
    There you go. You see, I finally built up some support here. No my girls are not imaginary. They are very real, full of emotions but overall pretty sweet. All women are sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marquix View Post
    There you go. You see, I finally built up some support here. No my girls are not imaginary. They are very real, full of emotions but overall pretty sweet. All women are sweet.
    It doesn't seem like you consider these women equals.

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    How many girls can an INTP juggle at once?
    Undoubtedly less than an ISTP. Se-ers generally have better hand-eye coordination and work-out more (girls are heavy!), doncha know?

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