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Old 13/06/2008, 09:46 PM
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How would you attract a member of the opposite sex if you knew his/her type? The idea should be humorous but fitting for the type.

SLE: Put on something elegant and flowing, then stand around looking helpless.
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Old 13/06/2008, 10:28 PM
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INTj: Find out what they're interested in. Find a book in their realm of expertise that is slightly over the their head. Sit next to the INTj on the bus reading this book. Guaranteed respect from the INTj.
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Old 13/06/2008, 10:49 PM
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Rampant stereotyping involved. You've been warned, so don't get offended.

How would you attract a member of the opposite sex if you knew his/her type? The idea should be humorous but fitting for the type.

SLE: Put on something elegant and flowing, then stand around looking helpless.
Female SFP (mbti term): text message them 80 times a day so she knows you're there all the time with her throughout the day (appeal to her dual and insufficient NiTe or TeNi)......then fall over and wonder if you have to do this for two weeks straight.
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ENFp: say you're going inter-railing, or that you will drive around aimlessly in a campervan for a while, and that you need a travel partner.
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ENFp: say you're going inter-railing, or that you will drive around aimlessly in a campervan for a while, and that you need a travel partner.
easier thing for a gal to pull off than a guy.....been trying that line for about 6 mos now....unfortunately not on another ENFp
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Old 14/06/2008, 03:49 PM
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How would you attract a member of the opposite sex if you knew his/her type? The idea should be humorous but fitting for the type.

SLE: Put on something elegant and flowing, then stand around looking helpless.
This helpless smart looking thing is universal I guess. Everyone must love it. Is that why Hugh Grant is so popular?
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This helpless smart looking thing is universal I guess. Everyone must love it. Is that why Hugh Grant is so popular?
you mean Hugh Grant is an SLE ?
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Old 14/06/2008, 11:33 PM
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you mean Hugh Grant is an SLE ?
No.
But he looks smart and helpless.
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Old 14/06/2008, 11:38 PM
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But he looks smart and helpless.
just off the top, is that perhaps an INTj thing.....with secondary PE thru Ne ?
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Old 15/06/2008, 01:42 AM
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just off the top, is that perhaps an INTj thing.....with secondary PE thru Ne ?
Good point. I would guess so. You know INTjs are the supreme strategues. Forget about ENTjs, ok they are more rock solid here and now practical and kick ass in the here and now but you know the INTjs are luring in the dark foreseeing events like submarines. They see the history and therefore they control the future (did you read 1984?). Rock botton is the keyword here.
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Old 15/06/2008, 01:58 AM
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but you know the INTjs are luring in the dark foreseeing events like submarines.

They see the history and therefore they control the future
Hey, i like the analogy, very fair to them at worst.

...but as a result of this strength they have some troubles getting involved in things.
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Hey, i like the analogy, very fair to them at worst.

...but as a result of this strength they have some troubles getting involved in things.
Why not the contrary? They get involved in things very quickly because they do not come as surprises, they knew about them beforehand.
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Old 15/06/2008, 02:11 AM
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Why not the contrary? They get involved in things very quickly because they do not come as surprises, they knew about them beforehand.
By involvement i was actually refering to SP involvement.....as SP involvement best represents the knind of involvement that is just there regardless of the formation of any structure in the circle of friends unlike SJ,NJ, or NP involvement.
SP involvement is very simplistic in nature. SP is also the contrary phenomena of INTj (eg ESFp is their opposite)
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Why not the contrary? They get involved in things very quickly because they do not come as surprises, they knew about them beforehand.
There are very few surprises in the adult INTj world. Probably because their reptile Te is packed with core prediction knowledge. They need to be babies.
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Old 15/06/2008, 02:14 AM
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Why not the contrary? They get involved in things very quickly because they do not come as surprises, they knew about them beforehand.
that would mostly apply to them playing an NP game over time in reference to their outer reality.
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By involvement i was actually refering to SP involvement.....as SP involvement best represents the knind of involvement that is just there regardless of the formation of any structure in the circle of friends unlike SJ,NJ, or NP involvement.
SP involvement is very simplistic in nature. SP is also the contrary phenomena of INTj (eg ESFp is their opposite)
Ok, but why might that be due to their abilities to predict?

BTW did you do the Colourblindness test? I want to know your results about it.
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Old 15/06/2008, 02:18 AM
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There are very few surprises in the adult INTj world. Probably because their reptile Te is packed with core prediction knowledge. They need to be babies.
Oh yeah...hmm....you mean their 7th (sub-consc) function of Te...aka "Personal Knowledge"....do you ?

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Ok, but why might that be due to their abilities to predict?

BTW did you do the Colourblindness test? I want to know your results about it.
is it a stupid test or a good one......if later maybe i'll try......where do i find it?
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Old 15/06/2008, 02:19 AM
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It is in the thread Colourblindness in the Recycle bin category.
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Old 15/06/2008, 02:21 AM
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that would mostly apply to them playing an NP game over time in reference to their outer reality.
Sadly yes.

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Oh yeah...hmm....you mean their 7th (sub-consc) function of Te...aka "Personal Knowledge"....do you ?
I dunno. Makes sense to me at least.

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