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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    Have you ever been in a relationship where you felt both safe enough to open up and understood enough that you wanted to?
    Yes, and I can be silly and caring and sexy and helpful, but most of the time I'm the opposite. Serious and reserved and tomboyish and intense. So if Synarch is really looking for a woman who's default qualities are "soft and nurturing, feminine and sweet" to balance his own harshness, an INTJ is going to fail that test and he should be looking for an IxFJ.

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    I like INTP's

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    Quote Originally Posted by pippi View Post
    So if Synarch is really looking for a woman who's default qualities are "soft and nurturing, feminine and sweet" to balance his own harshness, an INTJ is going to fail that test and he should be looking for an IxFJ.
    INTJ = Wooden Plank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    Too early with the dirty talk.

    I think INTJ / ENTP could work, but I like my women soft and nurturing, mostly because I'm such a prick. So, they would have to be feminine and sweet. My best friends in the world are INTJ's, but they're so retiring it can be a pain in the ass.
    I totally have a soft and nurturing side.

    I've never been in a relationship...there was something going on with another INTJ, but I decided against it for various reasons. He was SO like me and I felt totally accepted by him...but he was kind of a jerk to people he didn't respect, and there were a lot of people he didn't respect. He also really could not address his emotions, which was not a good thing. Even after I admitted that I liked him, he couldn't admit he felt the same way...in spite of holding my hand several times, paying for me everywhere, inviting me places etc. (And when I called him out on it, citing all those things, he said something like, "Well, I guess from that, logically you could say...blah, blah blah." LOGICALLY. HOW INTJ.) I mean, I thought I was bad with emotions, but come on. I also really have grown emotionally in the last couple of months; I used to deny my emotions much more, so I understood where he was coming from, but I think I need to be with someone who has had that growth already.

    I think we were too similar to really learn from each other, and I felt like I would always be the one going outside of my comfort zone to pull him along (by being more flexible, more extroverted, sillier, etc).

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    Quote Originally Posted by 563 740 View Post
    I think that's a good illustration of the best part of NT-NT pairings. It's nice to have that person who will understand and share in wanting certain people to die horrible deaths. (emphasis on wanting. I know some NFs need certain people to die horrible deaths, so they can stop cutting and crying themselves to sleep in the bathtub each night)
    I don't wanna!

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    ^Yeah, my girlfriend and I have referenced that comic multiple times since it was posted a couple of days ago.

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    Another note on NT-NT: I've also had a relationship with another ENTJ. It was apparent that we both had characteristics of the type but to varying degrees on each. For example, I was more extraverted, diligent, and prone to anxiety, and she was more decisive, self-confident, and outwardly critical.

    ENTJs are well-known for wanting to take the lead. In the relationship, we both did so in areas that we had expertise in and usually didn't mind ceding to the other's authority.

    It was probably the one of the most interesting interpersonal dynamics that I've ever had. I've never met someone who was so much like myself..

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    I like INTP's
    Yeah, I do picture you guys as some kinds of napoleonish generals, the intp being the trustee sidekick or whatever.

    but hey, maybe it's me just acting all crazy again

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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    I think that's a good illustration of the best part of NT-NT pairings. It's nice to have that person who will understand and share in wanting certain people to die horrible deaths. (emphasis on wanting. I know some NFs need certain people to die horrible deaths, so they can stop cutting and crying themselves to sleep in the bathtub each night)
    That was fucking hilarious : PP
    +1 here

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