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    Senior Member King sns's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Babylon Candle View Post



    the best ive seen so far is lemons: take your weakest letters and flip them (this puts you with someone who is VERY similar and just different enough). it also allows for say, one ENTJ to want XXXX and another to want YYYY.

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    this would explain my isxj thing.

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    Lemons does have a good theory. Anything works really, just try to not get with your opposite. My ideal type according to him is INTJ or maybe ISTJ. I can see that happening.

    As for ENTJ relationships you have to find an INFP for actually has a hard hide and is able to handle your intensity. They are out there, trust me. I actually am pretty intense myself, so I think it would be funny seeing how that relationship would go.
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