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    Wait, what? Varelse's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    INTP of course.
    We are not poets
    We have no right to make amendments

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varelse View Post
    Her specifications are "funny and cute and nice". And respectful. Whatever that means.
    She is describing butters therefore I say infp.
    There is no pain so great as the memory of joy in present grief.

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    well, I tend to think that I'm an ESFP sometimes, and the person I love the most is an ESFJ. (friend anyway) I also like ESTP, INTP, ENFP, and ISFP.
    wow, I like a lot of Ps!

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    according to Socionics, the best type for an INTp is an ESFp. (though not all INTPs are INTps)

    Relations of Duality between psychological ("personality") types
    I don't wanna!

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    A dance partner or a parole officer. Wherever possible, someone who can be both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by htb View Post
    A dance partner or a parole officer. Wherever possible, someone who can be both.
    sounds almost like ENTJ
    Dreams are best served manifest and tangible.

    INFP, 6w7, IEI

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    I only know one E(S?)FP, and she's married to what appears to be an IN(T?)P.

    In theory I think an ESFP would work well with any xxTP. T to bring balance to the F, and I think a J would be too frustrated. But theory's only theory.

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    How about ISTP... seems a common match among ESFP's I know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    How about ISTP... seems a common match among ESFP's I know
    I could go for an ESFP, always had a thing for wild women.

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    I have heard some people say that they dont think of MBTI as a very good evaluator of romantic potential for a given match. And while it’s true that there are many areas of a relationship that cannot be examined via the MBTI I can tell you for certain that there are some patterns out there which the MBTI makes it very easy for you to grasp. In this article I will present three matchmaking models that will outline these patterns so that you can easily recognize them yourself.

    Postmodern Mind - Romantic Matches and MBTI
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