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    Must have-
    Sense of humor.
    Talkative, but not annoying. I love talking to the people I'm close to.
    Give me space.
    Sex, often.
    Something to do together, shared hobby, go out places, whatever.

    Dealbreakers-
    Emotionally unstable.
    Complicated (in a bad way).
    Control freak.
    Plays head games. I don't really see the point of it except to test trust. Why be in a relationship with someone you don't trust though? One of my exes did something like this. She was really unclear about her intentions, asked me a few questions that were a bit personal or that were a bit touchy, and then when I answered she clammed up. Lost respect instantly, it went downhill from there. INFP 4w5 sp/sx without much self confidence...

    There are other dealbreakers, but the other SP guys covered them pretty well. They are pretty basic relationship dealbreakers.
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    Dealbreaker:

    Vampires
    Werewolves
    Mummies
    Zombies
    Responsible adults *shudder*

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Dealbreaker:

    Vampires
    Werewolves
    Mummies
    Zombies
    Responsible adults *shudder*
    werewolves, zombies, responsible adults, OH MY!:horor:
    "I don't know a perfect person.
    I only know flawed people who are still worth loving."
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    Must have:
    Great hair


    Dealbreakers:
    Negotiable

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I don't know, but somewhat anal retentive men are hott ......
    Hahaha... I kinda have to agree...
    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Must Haves:

    Chemistry
    Good sex
    Honest
    Trustworthy
    Fun

    Deal Breakers:

    Game Playing
    Talks too much


    That's all I got right now...
    Who are you saying must have these things?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ragashree View Post
    SP requirements are so much cooler and more sensible than the requirements of other types. Maybe I need an SP!
    Nah...they're just less analytical. It's not a matter of always being less picky than less prone to picking apart WHY; and if you don't pick it apart, then you won't articulate it as clearly.

    In some ways, that leads them into BAD relationships more often than an NF who will over-analyze and then make a run for it when they see the person is much too far from ideal.

    Besides, SPs can also be more shallow in their requirements: "You're cute, we have fun together, let's date!".

    That said, I am dating an SP right now (which I've announced in just about every post recently ).
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    i'm not less analytical (ok maybe). but i just think dissing people for wearing sneakers is mean. that's going a bit far in the analysis dept

    i'm halfway serious about not wanting to date monsters. that's what NFs forget. that there are real problematic people out there - best to not get hung up on so many other things not being an ideal. remind oneself of what's truly shitty..things that are "fundamentally" bad.. and then you're cool with dating someone with crappy shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    i'm not less analytical (ok maybe). but i just think dissing people for wearing sneakers is mean. that's going a bit far in the analysis dept

    i'm halfway serious about not wanting to date monsters. that's what NFs forget. that there are real problematic people out there - best to not get hung up on so many other things not being an ideal. remind oneself of what's truly shitty..things that are "fundamentally" bad.. and then you're cool with dating someone with crappy shoes.
    But if you've read the NF lists, you'd see that's pretty much what they amount to; by analysis, I mean considering their character. I don't recall one listing shoes as a dealbreaker
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    someone did.. can't find it now, but it broke my heart.

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