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    I don't hate other types, just that me and other IT types (ISTP, INTP, INTJ, ISTJ) are too asocial that combining asocial and asocial equates to super uncomfortable experience/time.
    I'd prefer being around Extroverts so that they can ensure a good experience/time, due to having lvl99 people-skills.
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    Junior Member Noweej's Avatar
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    Currently living with my best friend who's also INTP. It's good, we can always talk about anything, say how much we don't like people without shame, make many jokes and drink wine together, share the chores and get our alone time because neither of us could bear to be in the same room all the time. We share the same values and general vision of life, but our personnalities are still different enough, so we don't get too bored. Sometimes we stay in the same room, but stay silent for hours since we don't always want to talk. It's a really trusty and comfortable relationship.

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