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Old 09/06/2008, 08:44 PM
chinosleep chinosleep is offline
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Well one wants to be impulsive and is disorganised, and the other one plans ahead. "Quasi-Identicals normally have no difficulties in finding topics for conversation or discussion. When it comes to solving problems together, Quasi-Identical partners begin to understand that they are both thinking in very different ways. Soon Quasi-Identicals may start regretting the time that they have spent together, believing that it was just wasted time" Regretting the time they spent together? "Quasi-identical relations are very fragile and normally break without regret as there is usually nothing to resist their disunion" Resist their disunion if they want to. Is it trying to say that if two were looking for something deeper then quasi-identicals are not for them? And then you've got the 'Identical' relationship. That'd be just like going out with yourself. Is that supposedly better?
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