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    Perfect Gentleman! =D d@v3's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Habba View Post
    Davey, you've gotta teach that to me too!
    What can I say Habba, I'm a jack of all trades.... master of none.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    I make a thread to cry out for help and all I get is ridculed! Your all going to be the death of me!

    Stop diregarding the wubbie rule!


    Okay... okay...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaula View Post


    Okay... okay...
    LOL! YES! I have finally won an argument! No more wubbies!
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    Dave, you know how clueless we ISTJs can be to emotional cues--especially romantic cues (if that's what's going on here).

    And I like Shaula's advice: put yourself in her shoes. That's personally how I handle things when someone asks me for relationship advice. (Well, first I advise them to find better advice. I point to my track record...)

    If it's as you suspect, then it does create a really shaky situation, between student and teacher. I understand you there....
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    Just slip out the back, jack
    Make a new plan, stan
    You dont need to be coy, roy
    Just get yourself free
    Hop on the bus, gus
    You dont need to discuss much
    Just drop off the key, lee
    And get yourself free

    Just slip out the back, jack
    Make a new plan, stan
    You dont need to be coy, roy
    Just get yourself free
    Hop on the bus, gus
    You dont need to discuss much
    Just drop off the key, lee
    And get yourself free


    Edit: But seriously (eons ago) I once broke up with an ISTJ male and it was like he couldn't understand simple English, couldn't hear "We're not together anymore" so I just had someone else answer the door each evening when he came by, learned not to pass by the bushes on the way into work (he jumped out of them in front of me to "pursuade" me) and had someone else answer the phone. After two weeks he ceased trying to contact me.

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    LOL..awww, you don't enjoy being hunted and chased? Aren't you lucky you're male and don't get this *most of the time*

    All kidding aside, somethings weird here. Did you guys have a bond before, some form of friendship? Or did she start clinging to you out of the blue? Coz maybe she is really just looking for a friend. I'd personally just relax and wait and see what happens..it's not like she is gonna force herself on ya..

    I guess that's a typical ENFP response though
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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Just slip out the back, jack
    Make a new plan, stan
    You dont need to be coy, roy
    Just get yourself free
    Hop on the bus, gus
    You dont need to discuss much
    Just drop off the key, lee
    And get yourself free

    Just slip out the back, jack
    Make a new plan, stan
    You dont need to be coy, roy
    Just get yourself free
    Hop on the bus, gus
    You dont need to discuss much
    Just drop off the key, lee
    And get yourself free
    What the hell?

    Edit: Oh ok (I didn't see your "edit") but this is a girl ISTJ and I don't know how they work compared to us males?
    Last edited by d@v3; 02-06-2009 at 06:29 PM. Reason: Oh ok, I didn't see the other part before lol. But this is a girl ISTJ and I don't know how they work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    Dave, you know how clueless we ISTJs can be to emotional cues--especially romantic cues (if that's what's going on here).

    And I like Shaula's advice: put yourself in her shoes. That's personally how I handle things when someone asks me for relationship advice. (Well, first I advise them to find better advice. I point to my track record...)

    If it's as you suspect, then it does create a really shaky situation, between student and teacher. I understand you there....
    Thank you Cimarron, I'm glad SOMEONE still takes me seriously! I'll keep your advice in mind. But aren't the ISTJ females much different than the males? I really don't know anything about them.
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    Just tell her you want to be alone for a while. She'll probably understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    LOL..awww, you don't enjoy being hunted and chased? Aren't you lucky you're male and don't get this *most of the time*

    All kidding aside, somethings weird here. Did you guys have a bond before, some form of friendship? Or did she start clinging to you out of the blue? Coz maybe she is really just looking for a friend. I'd personally just relax and wait and see what happens..it's not like she is gonna force herself on ya..

    I guess that's a typical ENFP response though
    Amargith, you just like to see me suffer!

    I wouldn't mind being chased if it was a cute ENFP. Unfortunately, this obviously isn't the case. Well, as I said, in the beginning I could tell she was just looking for a friend, so naturally, I played along. However, more recently she has become persistent as if she had a goal in mind. (And I'm not even going to go there.)

    I can't tell her that Chosen, that would be lie! Are you saying I should lie? She is still a friend regardless, and friends don't lie to friends. Besides, she saw me trying to hit on the ENFP so perhaps THAT is why she is trying to hunt me down and capture me!
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