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    A modern answer for a 6 year old question:

    Typology Central in the future has invented this...You must click the button: "Like this post".

    So when you see "Forever liked this" you know your post is of value.

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    Basic criteria:

    + Not a harmful person

    + Similar communication style

    + Easy fluid communication

    + Similar morals

    + Neuroses are not regarded as annoying

    + Successful in life, or puts in productive effort towards that end.

    + Interesting in some regard

    + Contributes something of value

    + Not a trainwreck / problems are fixable.

    + Adheres to situational norms / not a rabble-rouser

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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    I like everyone generally. I come in with an open mind.
    Unless you do something to personally hurt me, everyone's on my good side.
    This.
    "..But my dreaming self refuses to be consoled."- M.Atwood
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    Substantial yet flexible. Knows how and when to upset and reset the balance. Comments can bring me to pause or send me into riotous laughter.

    I really like those sorts but fondness can extended to any.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    A modern answer for a 6 year old question:

    Typology Central in the future has invented this...You must click the button: "Like this post".

    So when you see "Forever liked this" you know your post is of value.

    Do you ever use that button when you disagree? Sometimes I will like a post I dont agree with but enjoy the way they stated their pov.

    To answer OP question, basically people I click with on some level. Some are abrasive but generally strong opinions whether I agree or not doesnt sway the likeability factor.

    I dont like combative posters. It is one thing to disagree and say so, another to relish using a sledgehammer to kill a fly. I see that a lot here. It's just ego stroking. Don't tend to enjoy those posters mainly because there is no back and forth. No desire for dialogue.
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    Mutual appreciatio for each others pov
    Willingness to discuss the hard stuff
    Insightful and preferably non-judgemental
    Good synergy between us
    Willing banter partner is a plus
    Usually some common ground to get us bonding over
    Basic respect

    For me, it just sort of grows organically
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Do you ever use that button when you disagree? Sometimes I will like a post I dont agree with but enjoy the way they stated their pov.
    ...people do that? I'd feel like I would be being immensely dishonest if I did that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    ...people do that? I'd feel like I would be being immensely dishonest if I did that.
    I can see that.

    If a post makes a good point or makes me think, I have liked it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Do you ever use that button when you disagree? Sometimes I will like a post I dont agree with but enjoy the way they stated their pov.

    To answer OP question, basically people I click with on some level. Some are abrasive but generally strong opinions whether I agree or not doesnt sway the likeability factor.

    I dont like combative posters. It is one thing to disagree and say so, another to relish using a sledgehammer to kill a fly. I see that a lot here. It's just ego stroking. Don't tend to enjoy those posters mainly because there is no back and forth. No desire for dialogue.
    I generally like people's post if they've been either a really good friend to me and most of the time I'll just like to sometimes say, I'm going to like you anyway because you're a cool person.

    I'll like a post if it counterpoints someone who I do not like. But depends on how much I don't like the person, usually I'll stay out of liking or debating issues that little will come out if it won't be funny.

    If it's a bad point but hilarious I will like it.

    And of course if it's something I totally agree with or the way they said it was obviously seen that they even cared about the audience understanding it, I'll like it as well.

    Or I'll like the last post and said good good I'm done unless I don't have respect for the person.

    Generally the more I Like the person they'll get a like, the lower on the scale the harder it'll be for them.

    Plus I rarely like newcomers post. Just because. Nothing personal.

    Good for all of those who simply like a post because of the content not the person behind it.

    I believe some of what I listed, many people will do it for that reason as well.

    Edit to add: if I see you're a coward on the forum, I will tend to ignore you.
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    I really try to keep an open mind to everyone. Of course that doesn't mean that I do not have people that I can connect with easier than others, but more that I really do not want to stamp the permanent foot down on disliking anyone. Some people I might not engage with as much, simply because... well there is something that currently annoys me about something that they are doing to an extent where it might be better to just let it run its course, but really at the end of the day there are so many different aspects to a person, that disliking one aspect and letting that color your whole perception of a person just seems incredibly limiting to both you and them. Now, if they are doing something completely awful- similar pattern but I would probably call them out on it first. There is no formula for me liking someone, but I tend to appreciate when I think someone is just truly being themselves and or trying to limit or work through any guises. It sounds sort of cliche maybe and maybe overly self promoting or something.

    On the flip side, I can have a problem with holding grudges. It is something that I don't like to admit, and I do still while holding the grudge try to fight it in a way maybe by looking for something good, something else, or a reason for what upset me in the first place. But it is something I am aware of, and not something I particularly like.

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