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    this makes no sense lol... why are we now using "loveable" as a term to define the absence of romance and sexuality?

  2. #322

    Quote Originally Posted by PumpkinSpice View Post
    this makes no sense lol... why are we now using "loveable" as a term to define the absence of romance and sexuality?
    I don't think it's meant to be interpreted as the absence of romance and sexuality. Rather, if the intensity of each factor can be quantified in a person, then assuming they are all mutually exclusive (are they really? I would have thought romantic makes people loveable), the graph calculates the ratio of each trait compared to the rest.

    But really. What is lovable to one person may not be lovable to another.

    (I'm just bored. Hahaha. The world would be a better place for INTPS if games were an acceptable first date proposition. But by today's standards, it'd be weird. Maybe third or fourth date ).
    Last edited by starchasing; 10-30-2016 at 06:02 AM.

  3. #323

    Quote Originally Posted by starchasing View Post
    I don't think it's meant to be interpreted as the absence of romance and sexuality. Rather, if the intensity of each factor can be quantified in a person, then assuming they are all mutually exclusive (are they really? I would have thought romantic makes people loveable), the graph calculates the ratio of each trait compared to the rest.

    But really. What is lovable to one person may not be lovable to another.

    (I'm just bored. Hahaha. The world would be a better place for INTPS if games were an acceptable first date proposition. But by today's standards, it'd be weird. Maybe third or fourth date ).
    Lol there's games made just for that XD
    Have you played Towers Unite? It looks like Second Life but with lots of mini-games and condo parties.

  4. #324

    Quote Originally Posted by PumpkinSpice View Post
    Lol there's games made just for that XD
    Have you played Towers Unite? It looks like Second Life but with lots of mini-games and condo parties.
    I haven't tried that but I love 2D mmorpgs =D

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    I know this is random, but I find it funny that my type and I are nothing like my zodiac sign.

  6. #326

    Quote Originally Posted by Habit_Rabbit View Post
    I know this is random, but I find it funny that my type and I are nothing like my zodiac sign.
    Because zodiac is barnum effect.

  7. #327

    Quote Originally Posted by PumpkinSpice View Post
    Lol there's games made just for that XD
    Have you played Towers Unite? It looks like Second Life but with lots of mini-games and condo parties.
    Thanks for the game, will check that one.

  8. #328

    Yes, I agree ENTPs are mostly sexual. Not really romantic, dunno wtf lovable means in this context. Being romantic is often quite F-ish. It is seen as corny/phoney/awkward to me. Quite dirty, and sexual though. The things about the zodiacs, can't comment on that as I have no knowledge of it.

  9. #329

    I am an NF, an INFP/J to be exact. I totally agree to both of these.

  10. #330

    Quote Originally Posted by starchasing View Post
    I don't think it's meant to be interpreted as the absence of romance and sexuality. Rather, if the intensity of each factor can be quantified in a person, then assuming they are all mutually exclusive (are they really? I would have thought romantic makes people loveable), the graph calculates the ratio of each trait compared to the rest.

    But really. What is lovable to one person may not be lovable to another.

    (I'm just bored. Hahaha. The world would be a better place for INTPS if games were an acceptable first date proposition. But by today's standards, it'd be weird. Maybe third or fourth date ).
    I'm an INTP and I absolutely despise games. I am really good at them, I just hate them in social situations. For me, I'd rather have interesting conversation with people than get caught up in learning the rules of new a game or focusing on it. Is that weird?
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