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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    I'm not certain, but I think this might also have something to do with having testicles.
    I doubt it. I know chick'ns (see what I did there?) that do the same.

    Reading your post reminded me very much of my ex, thanks.


    I guess boredom and predictability can lead one to
    Uhm... like I said, being NT doesn't mean we're masochists, just some of us like to fix things. If nothing's broken, that's a problem. The solution is to break something. Then we have to fix that. That's two in a row. Talk about NT efficiency.

    Or wait... that seems kind of backwards...
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    Yeah, you're right.

    These chicks totally hate living in the burbs. (Actually, the passenger seems to feel/express a premature boredom of ho-humderum)

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    I know an NT male who likes to create relationship problems to solve, especially when on the brink of losing their mate or friends

    He's not very emotionally mature though, to be honest (this is not just my opinion but of many other people who are close to him). When he's creating problems to solve in a more theoretical manner and less to play games with a person's mind or emotions, I find his abilities to solve things a great asset. He finds a lot of amusement in tricking people into acting or saying something in a given situation (which he will create artificially using the person's real fears, for example).

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    Quote Originally Posted by philonightmare View Post
    I know an NT male who likes to create relationship problems to solve, especially when on the brink of losing their mate or friends

    He's not very emotionally mature though, to be honest (this is not just my opinion but of many other people who are close to him).
    These two things usually go hand in hand.
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