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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowey1210 View Post
    ethanol connection eh? This maybe something I need to explore further....

    I guess specifically I've just sort of noticed that some of my SP friends fall in and out of love so quickly! One week they'll be fawning over someone, and the next it'll be someone entirely new. As an NT, I find this difficult to comprehend as for me love is something developed over a period of time, I need to feel like I can intimately understand where the other person is coming from, and this tends to take a little bit of time to develop. So I guess the real question I'm asking is how is love seen from an SP's perspective? Is it just an immediate fascination, or is there more depth to it? And how does it develop?

    In and out of love is a horny lustful visually stimulated thing.

    Lust. What a beautiful word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    In and out of love is a horny lustful visually stimulated thing.

    Lust. What a beautiful word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    In and out of love is a horny lustful visually stimulated thing.

    Lust. What a beautiful word.
    WHOLE-A-WHOLE-LOTTA LOVE

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    In and out of love is a horny lustful visually stimulated thing.

    Lust. What a beautiful word.
    Love or Lust? Are they the same thing to an SP?

    Oh to live in an SPs body.
    Yes, living is in the moment certainly has it's perks by the looks of it, but who's to say continually analysing peoples motives, and over-thinking the possibly of a fulfilling relationship doesn't have perks of it's own..... right..... right... right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowey1210 View Post
    Love or Lust? Are they the same thing to an SP?



    Yes, living is in the moment certainly has it's perks by the looks of it, but who's to say continually analysing peoples motives, and over-thinking the possibly of a fulfilling relationship doesn't have perks of it's own..... right..... right... right?
    don't over-think! Just do whatever feels right in the moment Oh and to me Love and Lust are completely different. Love is more mental for me if I connect with a person and Lust is purely physical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowey1210 View Post
    Love or Lust? Are they the same thing to an SP?



    Yes, living is in the moment certainly has it's perks by the looks of it, but who's to say continually analysing peoples motives, and over-thinking the possibly of a fulfilling relationship doesn't have perks of it's own..... right..... right... right?
    no and no
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    The ability to move on easy doesn't make us flakey or not deep. It's actually a great skill to have... why? cause people are completely unpredictable, yes even NTs and if you have ever seen an NF with a broken heart then.....

    well it all just makes me glad I'm a SP.

    Our love is usually very deep actually cause we believe in the current moment, the current person we love is what really matters we're not constantly thinking about what "could be".

    That said, when things go south in the relationship, we deal with it well and faster than other types. Which is just saving ourselves from unnecessary pain and time wasting really so I don't see that as a bad thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukepd View Post
    The ability to move on easy doesn't make us flakey or not deep. It's actually a great skill to have... why? cause people are completely unpredictable, yes even NTs and if you have ever seen an NF with a broken heart then.....

    well it all just makes me glad I'm a SP.

    Our love is usually very deep actually cause we believe in the current moment, the current person we love is what really matters we're not constantly thinking about what "could be".

    That said, when things go south in the relationship, we deal with it well and faster than other types. Which is just saving ourselves from unnecessary pain and time wasting really so I don't see that as a bad thing.

    We are awesome aren't we...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kendoiwan View Post
    We are awesome aren't we...

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