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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Virus View Post
    Ah, I get it? Your into the rude, not give a crap about your emotions, treat you worst than the dog, beat you, and sell your TV for $10 for crack money because crack addicts sell everything for $10 no matter what it is, while all along trying to convince you to have an abortion using a coat hanger at the back of a Denver Denny's type of sweet . . . It's all good.
    no, G-virus, wrong! not that kind of sweet. (and stop mocking me. or i'm going to put you on the nemesis page...)

    I like the cute awkwardness of those types I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    I like the cute awkwardness of those types I guess.
    I'm a lot cuter and more awkward "meanwhile in the real world." I'm like Flynn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    no, G-virus, wrong! not that kind of sweet. (and stop mocking me. or i'm going to put you on the nemesis page...)

    I like the cute awkwardness of those types I guess.
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    ^LoL... your posts crack me up. God help us if we took them seriously.

    I'm still making you my nemesis. With all those mocking pictures and posts of yours.



    and jack flak, cute awkwardness is sexy!!
    (yea that statement was a little ridiculous.)

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    I know what the word Nemesis means, heck I am the biggest damn resident evilphilliac on earth, but how do I become someone's nemesis? Am I missing something here?

    Must be some thread I missed.

    (this post was actually serious)
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    There is really a long range, since esfps can adjust to persons. But what most esfps really need is someone who can handle them when they are on the brink of emotional disasters and who can motivate them to improve and truly cares about them and there emotions, isfj/enfjs make universally workable relationships with the average ESFP, when they are set to settle down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Introverted-esfp View Post
    There is really a long range, since esfps can adjust to persons. But what most esfps really need is someone who can handle them when they are on the brink of emotional disasters and who can motivate the to improve and truly cares about them and there emotions, isfj/enfjs make universally workable relationships with the average ESFP, when they are set to settle down.
    ???no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    ???no.
    Could you elaborate on what you did not really understand?.
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    people who define part of what they need in a relationship is "someone who can handle them on the brink of emotional disaster" should probably not be in a relationship, because it implies that they have frequent emotional disasters, which means that they have some problems that they should work on before continuing a healthy, loving relationship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    people who define part of what they need in a relationship is "someone who can handle them on the brink of emotional disaster" should probably not be in a relationship, because it implies that they have frequent emotional disasters, which means that they have some problems that they should work on before continuing a healthy, loving relationship.
    Nah. Frequent emotional disasters sometimes are the most fun part of a relationship.
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