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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Maybe she has a crush on you. I'm considering all possible angles here and is being rather serious.
    Hmm. I don't think that holds much weight. She might at the most see a lifestyle she envies in @lauranna, but I don't see any potential of there being a lot of crushing going. Maybe that's just your Ne fantasizing about that possibility. (Not saying that's wrong, because I know I am doing just that right now!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Hmm. I don't think that holds much weight. She might at the most see a lifestyle she envies in lauranna, but I don't see any potential of there being a lot of crushing going. Maybe that's just your Ne fantasizing about that possibility. (Not saying that's wrong, because I know I am doing just that right now!)
    Maybe just maybe she is trying to show Lauranna that they have similar interests? To.......... win her heart?

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    When did this turn into fantasizing about a lesbian relationship?

    I was kind of wondering if she was maybe playing up the act to appear to have more in common with you as well... Have you ever seen how she interacts with others that are of a different type? I'd be curious to see if she acted differently around them.


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    Haha alright @Riva and @Fluffywolf calm your lesbo fantasies. I don't think she has a crush on me. I tend to pick up well when straight women fancy me. It's possible she is trying to emulate my lifestyle I guess but really the only sport we have in common is horse riding. I tried surfing once. I was useless. So maybe her constant horse riding chatter is her trying to impress me? Weird. I don't get her at all and it freaks me out.

    As for her perfect husband, I only met him a couple of times but he seems like one of those good looking, a bit simple, quite dull men. I imagine them living this superficial pink fluffy life. He is clearly devoted to her, he is always buying her stuff/ doing sweet things for her. I havent seen enough of him to guess at type- maybe I*F*

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    I meet these types of people every now and then. They want to be the "cool guy" or "cool girl" and have that badass vibe, without having to go through what it takes to become the badass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lauranna View Post
    Haha alright Riva and Fluffywolf calm your lesbo fantasies. I don't think she has a crush on me. I tend to pick up well when straight women fancy me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lauranna View Post
    It's possible she is trying to emulate my lifestyle I guess but really the only sport we have in common is horse riding. I tried surfing once. I was useless. So maybe her constant horse riding chatter is her trying to impress me? Weird. I don't get her at all and it freaks me out.

    As for her perfect husband, I only met him a couple of times but he seems like one of those good looking, a bit simple, quite dull men. I imagine them living this superficial pink fluffy life. He is clearly devoted to her, he is always buying her stuff/ doing sweet things for her. I havent seen enough of him to guess at type- maybe I*F*
    Well, at least it looks like they're a match 'made in heaven'. With all the negative expectancies that come with that.
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    The ones that try to hardest to look normal are often the ones with dead bodies in their basement. Just sayen.

    The two people who I've known to be ridiculously, tooth-rotting sweet were both ENF's. A really imbalanced ENFP and an ENFJ 3w2 whom, to this day at 35 still believes all the worlds a fucking stage. Otoh, the type I've most commonly seen (not in the theory) to hold a dual, saints n sinners lifestyle has been the ISFP. It doesn't make sense with all that Fi, but I think it may be e9 related.. where the person actually gets so pulled by the agenda of others that they almost have a 2nd (or 3rd whatever) personality, that is kept extremely private due to the Fi. I saw this with my dads dad, who in one aspect lived a Mayberry-esque lifestyle. He was very religious and family oriented, paid great attention to his health (diabetic) held many extreme moral positions, and then he'd secretly go down to a local titty bar to drink with some marine friends while he was suppose to be running errands. Another ISFP female had a dual military/stripper existence and yet another was a police records clerk/drug addict. Ah, people and their weird little worlds, it makes me laugh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaotic Harmony View Post
    When did this turn into fantasizing about a lesbian relationship?

    I was kind of wondering if she was maybe playing up the act to appear to have more in common with you as well... Have you ever seen how she interacts with others that are of a different type? I'd be curious to see if she acted differently around them.
    Ok so there are 6 of girls in this house. The others are fairly obvious examples of their types:
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    And me and Ms Fairydust.

    Now you come to mention it it seems like all her adventures and the like are aimed at me and the esfp. She loves the SPs. The ISTJ doesn't like her and stays out her way. The other ENFP and ESfJ are suspicious of her but I guess she has more normal interactions with them. When she's with them she's either talking about her perfect husband/ life. Or moaning. She seriously moans all the time. Shes hurt her neck and her ankle, sometimes she can barely walk and other times she is fine.

    Maybe she is an ENFP? On reflection she talks quite a lot but it all seems quite superficial. Can't figure it out at all.

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    @Fluffywolf and @Riva so Ms Fairydust isnt into me but the ENFP in the house follows me round like a dog and the ESFP I share a room with keeps flirting with me and flashing at me and running round in her undies.
    So I've still got it ;-)

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    Sounds like a 2w3, probably ISFJ. I've known people like that...they have fundamental image/identity confusion. For whatever reason (to be loved?) they get so caught up trying to control the image of their personality that they project to the world that they eventually sever all remaining ties to their real personality and become lost in the morass...they create a simulacrum of themselves, essentially. That's why they seem fake but kind of genuine at the same time; fake because the personality they adopt is made-up (and this is usually easy for others to see intuitively...or sometimes even empirically, like in this specific case, since you can't fake physical skills), and genuine because they really do believe that they are their image.

    Incidentally, I think it's these types of folks who eat that whole self-help scam shit up, because their psychological make-up (plus some catalyzing insecurity, of course) causes them to automatically sympathize with ideas like, "you can re-invent yourself," or "you are what you wear," or "if you act like a serious person who commands respect, then you will be."
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