Rascals. In love with a salesman. Marrying a liar, a thief, or a crook. In business with a crook. Your business partner has a silver tongue. What do you think? What do you think of what I think? The exchange of ideas. The exchange of thoughts. Thinking alike. Mirroring thoughts. Wanting to be with someone who thinks alike. Wantingto twin with someone. Having the same or similar ideas. A marriage-like relationship between siblings. Bickering with your brother like an old married couple. Finishing each other’s sentences. Picking up where the other left off. Picking up another’s train of thought. Turned on by the thought of marrying someone with a bevy of degrees. “You’re a doctor and a lawyer? You don’t say …”
Intellectual marriage. Marrying of minds. Academics who work together and see each other more than they see their spouses. Joint authorship. Intellectual partnership. An intellectual lineage. Peer curiosity. Leveling the mind. An equal mental playing field. Volley. Debate. Lawyers. Binge watchers of Law and Order. Weighing your thoughts against another’s. Matching wits. Who’s the better thief? Who is the thief, the banker or the pickpocket? Weighing back and forth. Slyness measured. The balance of deceit. Two-faced.
Competing with a sibling. Checking if your sibling agrees with you. Two peas in a pod. Attraction to a sibling. Being “married” to your brother or sister. Joined at the hip with a sibling. Comparing your marriage or relationships to your sibling’s relationships or marriage. Sibling rivalry for the same things. In a business partnership with your sibling. Your sibling is your best friend. Your sibling is your greatest competition.
Intellectual competition. Chess players. Strategic moves. Mental gymnastics. Diplomats. Salesmen. Ad men. Commercial talkers. Talking business. Discussing day to day economics. Stock traders. Interest in day to day fluctuations in money and commerce. Day to day business activities. Needing a partner who likes to keep up with moment by moment fluctuations in activity. Mutual interest in comings and goings.
If people don’t notice your wit and intellect you’ll choose a partner who is witty and intellectual whom they will notice. Your displace your natural curiosity onto a best friend or sibling instead of owning it as your own. Like attracts like. Your biggest competitor matches you in in verbal repartee. You can speak the other person’s language. You know how to please with your words. You look for someone who will woo you with their words. Tickle my fancy. You want someone who can stimulate you mentally. Gossip draws you together. Pretty little liars. Gossip girls. Attraction to impish good looks. Attraction to youth, agility, and vibrant curious energy. You want someone who will mirror your own level of interest in daily life. People who have nothing to say bore you tears.