[INTJ] Friends with benefits, where do you find them, what types are most likely to agree?

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This is a discussion on Friends with benefits, where do you find them, what types are most likely to agree? within the INTJ Forum - The Scientists forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Has any of you guys (and I specifically say guys since I assume girls have an easier time anyways) manage ...

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    INTJ - The Scientists


    Friends with benefits, where do you find them, what types are most likely to agree?

    Has any of you guys (and I specifically say guys since I assume girls have an easier time anyways) manage to get such a thing? If so, what would be your advice on where to find girls that are into this and what types what would be the signs that they're into such a thing?
    Hmm, single moms do not interest me though if that's the answer and in my experience most NFs will frown at the idea.



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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    I feel like that sort of thing just happens.

    I feel like it would be really awkward if you were like "So, I only like you as a friend, and don't think I could stomach a relationship with you, but hey, let's do it periodically."

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    So much one could do with this.

    I am just going to say craigslist or make friends with a bunch of females and if one touches your penis that would be a sign that they are into such a thing.
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    INTJ - The Scientists


    Quote Originally Posted by His Belt View Post
    So much one could do with this.

    I am just going to say craigslist or make friends with a bunch of females and if one touches your penis that would be a sign that they are into such a thing.
    Yeh yeh yeh, try changing continents every other 2 years or so and see how many friends you have:D.
    I'm serious about this though.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by Snapple View Post
    Yeh yeh yeh, try changing continents every other 2 years or so and see how many friends you have:D.
    I'm serious about this though.
    If it takes you two years to make friends with someone or get laid then it is time to seriously consider celibacy.
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by His Belt View Post
    So much one could do with this.

    I am just going to say craigslist or make friends with a bunch of females and if one touches your penis that would be a sign that they are into such a thing.
    Yeah, but if you use craigslist, then they're not really a friend; it's just benefits.
    I will agree that penis-touching is a definite sign of FWB potential.

    Also, OP why does it have to be friends with benefits? Why isn't hooking up with someone at a bar good enough for you?

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    step one. Place ad on CL.

    Step two. Respond to ads.

    Optionally, Plentyoffish. POF has the advantage of women think the name is cool and guys think it is stupid, so lots of ladies use it and guys are too cool to use it so the odds are good if you are a guy.

    don't say "looking for FWB". Say "Looking for lady for dating."

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by drmiller100 View Post

    don't say "looking for FWB". Say "Looking for lady for dating."
    That's deceptive and mean. :<

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    INTJ - The Scientists


    Ah, thanks, initially I figured you were just making fun of me, I'm new to this :P.
    Ok, I'll try out craiglist and plentyoffish. Regular dating sites/regular dating scence in pubs require too much effort and bullshitting so not for me.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Pick a number.


     
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