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    Transigent, did you write those yourself? I'm guessing you did.
    If so you have a strong poetic nature to you.

    My favorite has got to be the ENTp one. So pathetically true.

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    Lol these are great and the ISTP one is the best! I like the INTJ one though. Abstract validity indeed!

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    "reflections and recollections"

    Oh yeah cuz my love life is all just cerebral work and no romantic passion.

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    I think the absolute best is ENFp/ISTp, it seems to epitomize the typical male/female relationship. (Besides epitomizing the types themselves!)
    Oddly, even as a male enfp this rings true. It really takes a special kind of person to really hold my attention for long. I also have a friend who is istp. He is actually quite moody. Ive noticed that with many T types. Their imballance on Fe or Fi results in terrible mood swings. The results is pushing away coldly and then looking pitiful so as to draw attention and emotional comfort. He's nuts.
    As for me, once I was accused of being non-challant about just about everything. Oh well....
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    INTp "REFLECTIONS AND RECOLLECTIONS"

    Sounds like my sister...

    OT: Topaz,

    Does your ISTp friend get mad when a girl he wants to talk to doesn't pay attention to him?

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    I like the enfp one!
    Entp
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    I like the isfp, cause of it's sensuality. I don't know why it makes me feel so as it does ,but everitime I read something about the isfp I become to feel as this type of women are ideal.

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    oh those crazy russians!

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    meant the translations i think
    i have played in every toilet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Transigent
    Quote Originally Posted by Cheerio
    "reflections and recollections"

    Oh yeah cuz my love life is all just cerebral work and no romantic passion.
    Maybe you are not INTp? :wink:

    Why because being INTp means that you have no heart or emotions and only use your head when thinking about someone you love? Gimme a fuckin break. Sure the saying "reflections and recollections" applies to me, because I do alot of reflecting and recollecting, but remember these are mottos of love, not just mottos of everyday life. To say that I get romantic passion confused with cerebral work is not only wrong, its downright offensive.

    I hate to get all pissy, because Im by no means a person who cant laugh at himself and gets all serious about everything, but I must say that, this time, I am offended.

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    Edited for gayness.

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    I agree that there can becerebral work in relationships, im not denying that, but im just saying thats not all there is. Yes, there is alot of cerebral work that goes on in me, even in relationships because I tend to ananlyze situations etc. But theres alot of affective work in me, and thats what relationships are mainly about, with the logic being an auxillary aid to the relationship. I dont really like it as a "motto of love", thats all Im saying.

    I guess i kind of took it personally, perhaps because I perceived it as a threat to my hidden agenda or to my POLR, or probably both.

    Its all good.

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    My kingdom for the russian link...

    Do anyone by chance can tell where has that been translated from? I'm dying to check out the fundamentals they used for that asbstraction...

    the infj one was too accurate for two mere words...

    the ennumeration on how an infj loves I have coined it long ago and my identical wife brought me the explanation and technical truth when I met her about what a "Narcissistic Circle" means that makes us happy if and only if that way... (she's a psychologyst)

    my very sincere thanks if there's possible to see the source of that...
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    Edited for gayness.

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    Thanks a LOT!

    I'll browse happily there on babelfish.altavista.com translated content, I can't but feel well about grabbing new knowledge and opening more doubts on the way. so thanks for that benefit too I guess!

    Awesome, and thanks for answering! =^^=
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    If I had any doubt (and I had...), now I'm sure I'm ENTP!
    As someone put it: "pathetically true".

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    INTp "REFLECTIONS AND RECOLLECTIONS"

    Definitely me. I just love to reminisce with my significant other about each other's pasts, what we did last week, that vacation we just took, etc.

    And to prove that we aren't cerebral in love, Cheerio, just look at what socionics.com tells us about relationships: In a relationship you search for a special, sacred and spiritual bond with your partner.


    Your INTp friend,

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    Binary or dichotomous systems, although regulated by a principle, are among the most artificial arrangements that have ever been invented. -- William Swainson, A Treatise on the Geography and Classification of Animals (1835)

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    People seem to feel themselves reflected on these mottos so much I'd rather consider adding them on a socionic test for type reassurance!

    Ambitious and effective couple of words were accomplished here~
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