I disagree with that, at least to an extent.But the thought is the first step to manifesting action.
Nothing just happens out of the blue.
I make a tit of a cup of tea.
It gets harder to believe the older you get. Becoming 30 isn't really helping. Tried not thinking about it. But people in video games(other players), anime, work, and even relatives usually bring the topic back up into the thought processes. Lack of social life also makes that plan a little unreliable. lol. I should just probably face the fact I am going to end up like my Uncle. Just more hermit-ish like.You just have to believe and it will happen, or actually I think the applicable advice here is stop thinking about it and it will just happen.
Anyway, good luck
If you're looking for a chick that might be into that... book mending and preservation comes to mind as a topical interest to explore or exploit and to find those that might know what a book might be.I have many leather-bound books, and my apartment smells of rich mahogany.
Are you familiar with the art of making tea?I make a tit of a cup of tea.
There's a decent probability..."historians, antiquities dealers, etc"
Might I assume that this would mean I could snag an INFP? That would be fantastic!
INFP's are probably my favorite types, following a fellow INTP. :swoon:
Don't be intimidated by this, it's not as scary as it sounds. We're not expecting you to know all about quantum mechanics or whatever. (Our intellectual tastes are wide-ranging, so there's probably a 95% chance that you probably don't know anything we're nattering on about today, but that's okay. Most INTPs *love* playing the teacher. <cough> something to keep in mind in other game-playing, perhaps...) And it's not about "winning." It's really about being willing to play the game. If you're somebody without a well-developed 'T,' this might hurt your head a bit, but we'll buy you Tylenol <puppy dog eyes>3. If you're 'intelligent', knowledgeable (and other similar words), it is a bonus (Read: requirement). It's impossible for us to be stimulated (and hence, interested) if all you talk about is Gossip Girls, or something.
Hmm. Well, *before* the relationship starts, INTPs often go into Plausible Deniablity Mode. The main thing to look for here is, are they making excuses to be with you, or excuses to get away from you? An INTP with a crush will almost certainly make excuses to be with you, but in such a way that they might plausibly deny that they are interested in you. An INTP won't "reveal" their interest until they're 100% sure that you feel the same way.See, that to me is ambiguous. Not talking much and not paying attention, to me, are signs of lack of interest. And from the threads I've seen spawn up, this appears to be the major issue, how to tell regular interested I'm-not-paying-attention-to-you to the kind caused by lack of interest. Can anyone shade this out for me, please?
I've never felt like INTPs were emotionless. But I have known some who were sort of in a bubble. Maybe they can tend to forget that the things they say or do have emotional consequences for others in ways that the sme things might not for them, like the example above with the shirt. Like people shouldn't fish for compliments, but in my experience when they DO start fishing it's because they don't feel like they're being noticed, right? So you an cut off some of those annoying behaviors in others by thinking ahead of them, like a big gooey game of chess that ends in sex.
Heh On a related note, how to thank an INTP: Being thanked for something an INTP considers minimally decent behavior makes an INTP *really* uncomfortable. And INTPs have *very* high standards for their own behavior. (On the other hand we really don't give a crap what *other* people do, just so long as it doesn't affect us or the people we care about.) If an INTP *does* do something to make you happy, the way to thank them is to tell them in as much detail as you can *how* they made you happy, so they can update their models of you and do it again in the future.One thing I WILL say for the record is that INTPs can remember the strangest things that might mean something to a partner. It might not be the thing that constantly bothers you that you wish they would anticipate, but it might be that one time you went to a park and you were delighted by the ducks on the pond and waxing poetic about the shapes of the ripples on the water, and they might bring you a calendar of ducks and water scenes like eight months later for Christmas. Er... that's a made-up completely hypoethetical story. And I think regardless, this is yet ANOTHER example of why open communication is absolutely essential to any relationship--ESPECIALLY when it is not comfortable for you to engage in it (simply because it's something that has to be developed for a relationship to work).
Thank you again
I wonder if they sell Nippoleon ice cream.I've often admired the beauty of women breast feeding infants as a form of art and nature... however, when the world capitalizes on nature and twists it for marketability reasons, it takes the entire sentimentality and nature out of it and makes it repulsive and disturbing. Thread Link
For example, in London, there's a restaurant that sells breast milk ice cream.... yes... breast milk from women... not goats, not cows, not sheeps.... women.
I believe I read or saw a video somewhere also that there's a cafe where they order breast milk to coffee and tea from waitresses breast... pumped right then and there... Perhaps your forte, sir?