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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Herring View Post
    I´m not saying he was consciously using it as a metaphor. I am merely considering whether his subconscious was at play here
    I very much doubt it. That just sounds like a random factoid that means nothing, and I think you are overanalysing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    This super-passive stuff is how INTPs wind up married to pushy women they complain to high heaven about later.
    It may prevent me from having many relationships, but there's no way I would ever be coaxed into marrying anyone unless I was 100% sure they were the perfect match, which I basically never am.
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