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This is a discussion on Why I Would Never Date Based on MBTI within the Articles forums, part of the Announcements category; Originally Posted by Chompy It's a sign that you need to take a break from MBTI if this happens imo. ...

  1. #281

    Quote Originally Posted by Chompy View Post
    It's a sign that you need to take a break from MBTI if this happens imo.
    lol

  2. #282

    I just Googled "ENTJ ideal match" and voila, an INTP rolled out.

    It's working out rather well, my bf and I are surprising similar but with different outer edges, if that makes sense.

    Just extremely lucky, I guess.

  3. #283

    I'd feel very troubled if I ran into someone who dated solely based on MBTI. For one thing, it's limiting, and for another...eh, just why.


    (I'll say though, it's better than dating someone based on their horoscope. lol)
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  5. #284

    you guys are probably right, it doesn't seem to be helping...

  6. #285

    Yeah, probably not a good idea. I'm no longer a part of the dating scene but when I used to, I disregarded MBTI for picking dates. Although, I think I did end up marrying someone who is perfect, in terms of MBTI type. :)

  7. #286

    Quote Originally Posted by katnip View Post
    I'd feel very troubled if I ran into someone who dated solely based on MBTI. For one thing, it's limiting, and for another...eh, just why.


    (I'll say though, it's better than dating someone based on their horoscope. lol)
    Yes, 100% agree. Including the part about horoscopes.
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