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    Funny, the "P" types were least desired but yet online its says everywhere are perfect match is an INTP, INFP. I can't stand Perceiver types always late, never commiting to a time, work in spurts. They are ridiculously annoying to me personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JClassic View Post
    Funny, the "P" types were least desired but yet online its says everywhere are perfect match is an INTP, INFP. I can't stand Perceiver types always late, never commiting to a time, work in spurts. They are ridiculously annoying to me personally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JClassic View Post
    Funny, the "P" types were least desired but yet online its says everywhere are perfect match is an INTP, INFP. I can't stand Perceiver types always late, never commiting to a time, work in spurts. They are ridiculously annoying to me personally.
    ._ . I think anyone who has naturally adapted to societal expectations, which usually includes perceivers unless they are either intentionally rebelling or just have little care for others' time, arrives at relatively the same time. Especially if this is Western Culture/America we're talking about.

    Anyways, there seems to be a pattern of me generally being attracted to ENTJs, so I'll go with myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkMagician View Post
    ._ . I think anyone who has naturally adapted to societal expectations, which usually includes perceivers unless they are either intentionally rebelling or just have little care for others' time, arrives at relatively the same time. Especially if this is Western Culture/America we're talking about.

    Anyways, there seems to be a pattern of me generally being attracted to ENTJs, so I'll go with myself.
    I am dating two INFJ's right now. For some reason I am attracted to them, but they do present the ENTJ with a challenge by going hermit once in awhile. The INFJ sometimes can all of a sudden disappear to when overwhelmed with doing so much for family and at work. I have to really chase them down and drag them out of their houses lol.

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    Yeah, I have dated some that I was highly attracted to chemistry wise. But, in my experience they have been very unreliable and hardly on time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JClassic View Post
    Funny, the "P" types were least desired but yet online its says everywhere are perfect match is an INTP, INFP. I can't stand Perceiver types always late, never commiting to a time, work in spurts. They are ridiculously annoying to me personally.
    WTH? I am never late, thanks to my upbringing.

    Work in spurts? Started my own company, ran it and sold it for a nice profit.

    You think a Master's was easy peasy? As a native English speaker learned fluent Mandarin? Hello???? work in spurts?????

    INFP's as they mature can do amazing things when they deem it is important to their values or to the person they value.

    Now, now...let's not be SO judgmental regarding INFP's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JClassic View Post
    Yeah, I have dated some that I was highly attracted to chemistry wise. But, in my experience they have been very unreliable and hardly on time.

    HELLO???? You need to get out and meet more INFP's! We are online and in most libraries and bookstores.

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