You know, you are REALLY starting to sound like Carlin. It's creepy. STOP THAT!! (or write a stand-up routine, either or!)I like women with class. These women ride Choppers on slick narrow streets and engage in Russian roulette with a cocked .45 magnum, in an underground basement, surrounded by screaming Asian men holding fists full of dollars. I like women that chug canisters of gasoline and spit liquid metal after sleeping under power lines.
I like the real females with three nipples and a bald head, four fingers from a failed knife-fight and a bushy uni-brow. I like hard-broiled ladies that teach apes karate and play the acoustic guitar to drunken vagrants.
Why is love so hard to find?
George Carlin's fucking awesome.You know, you are REALLY starting to sound like Carlin. It's creepy. STOP THAT!! (or write a stand-up routine, either or!)
I don't really have much of a sex drive and I'm not particularly interested in sex, so this isn't important in any partner. In fact, it would probably be important that they didn't want lots of sex.1. Lots of sex
I guess that would be nice for everyone, not just INTPs.2. Moral support
Yes, certainly. I couldn't have an unequal relationship.3. An equal
This is probably going to be a good quality in a potential partner, mainly because I wouldn't want to offend them.4. Someone who is next to unoffendable.
I would have thought this would be in every type's list. People should love their partners for who their partners are, not for who their partners could be.5. Someone who can accept them for who they are and not try to change them.
Yes, I would consider this an important quality.6. Someone who accepts the peculiar WAYS they show thier love.
Yes, certainly, although I don't know why it only mentions INTP men for this one. Men and women of the same type really aren't that different.7. SPACE [as in both physical and emotional space]
I guess so.8. Comforting [this goes along with #2.]
This is certainly in the top three most important qualities of any potential partner.9. An intellect, a person who can hold their own in a debate.
Yes, very important.10. Someone to learn with [this goes with #9]
Another important quality I would like to see in a future partner.11. Someone capable of self reflection and self analysis.
It took a long time, and sometimes I still have a hard time admitting it, but I finally figured out that sometimes this statement applies to life in general, not just a romantic interest. :sad:
I'm not sure why anyone would put on an article about how to get better acquainted with an INTP that they should "be bent", nor do I think it is implied anywhere that the INTP does or should only receive.