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    Quote Originally Posted by INTPness View Post
    Let the extroverts reproduce! I've got books to read.
    Lol, then we will be the ones pestering you!
    ENTj 7-3-8 sx/sp

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    it makes it sound like the relationship is a side thought and not important to him (which may be true for the op, i dont know).
    Yes, it is a "side thought". For me the priorities are very clear: First my studies (100%), then the women (60%).

    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    If you're honest with yourself and know that you are weak in these areas when a love interest is at your hands, then it really is best to focus on your studies.
    It's more that I know when I fall for her then I'd ruin my semester. I would neglect my studies etc. So it's better to stay out of the game. Besides, there's another ESFP who's interested in me, but only for the fun ride... no commitments, no potential relationship. And I think that option is more compatible with my plans.

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    The never ending great debate

    Since you're both students she might wish to prioritize her studies too. You could tell her but lay out what's important to you now. At least she'll appreciate your honesty, and from her reaction you'll be able to tell if there's any potential beyond a few weeks in summer anyway. An INFx would want her 'alone time' too, I'm guessing.

    As for the ESFP, it depends on what a relationship means to you. It might not be fulfilling and you sound like you're describing it as a real side thought that doesn't mean much to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fragrance View Post
    Yes, it is a "side thought". For me the priorities are very clear: First my studies (100%), then the women (60%).


    It's more that I know when I fall for her then I'd ruin my semester. I would neglect my studies etc. So it's better to stay out of the game. Besides, there's another ESFP who's interested in me, but only for the fun ride... no commitments, no potential relationship. And I think that option is more compatible with my plans.
    Hmm... on second thought, you don't sound as disciplined as I thought you were. Just sounds like you seek a good time while avoiding responsibility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    Focus on your studies. Girls will be there afterwards.
    Worst advice ever. You need to learn these skills when you can. Once you're in your mid twenties, women expect you to know how to act around them and please them in bed. Theoretical knowledge only goes so far.

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    So this means that INTJs don't believe in love at first sight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Architectonic View Post
    So this means that INTJs don't believe in love at first sight?
    Or, they do for the first few days until they start rationalizing and over-analyzing their feelings and convincing themselves that it can't be love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Architectonic View Post
    So this means that INTJs don't believe in love at first sight?
    I believe in lechery at first sight.

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