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This is a discussion on MBTI Types and Dating within the Articles forums, part of the Announcements category; These infographics are really interesting, and I like them. However, there are a few things that i noticed- Why are ...

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    These infographics are really interesting, and I like them.
    However, there are a few things that i noticed-
    Why are the INTJ date descriptions so nerdy? Some INTJ's are quite nerdy, but I'm sure INTJ's enjoy many date activities besides the most stereotypical nerdy stuff.
    Also, for INFP, who goes on a date to a church? And why are the career descriptions so community oriented? I guess it's because of the whole 'cares deeply' thing, but a lot of INFP's are also artistic or into literature, the jobs listed are more like ISFJ jobs.
    I also don't think most lawyers are INTP. Many lawyers are STJ's or sometimes ENTJ.
    ENTJ activities are very action-oriented. They do have tertiary Se, but the date activities seem very ESTP to me.
    I also think the sexual score for INFP should be higher

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    @midnightdance you're way too nice. I believe these "info"-graphics were just made out of thin air and don't even look correct. It's cause of stuff like this that MBTI has a reputation similar to Zodiac types.

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    I definitely disagree with seeking short-term dating. I've never wanted anything but committed relationships. -ENFP

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    I feel like the romantic ratio should be higher for INFJs. Personally I'd say I am more romantic than I am sexual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frostbird View Post
    I feel like the romantic ratio should be higher for INFJs. Personally I'd say I am more romantic than I am sexual.
    Depending on the hormones yeah. Sometimes the hormones just demand sex and then, where's the romance? lol

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    cleared...
    Last edited by kbhtech; 06-28-2019 at 12:55 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 172harmonic View Post
    I enjoy that all of the ideal date activities for INTP are games that make us think. Actually I would say that all of the parts on the left hand side were fairly accurate to me. I'm not familiar with zodiac signs though.
    If any of you guys just want to get out of the house and around an INTP--shoot me a message. We aren't common--and most of us struggle to do something that gets us away from the keyboard (lol). All of us are existing to appreciate life though.

    [email protected]

  9. #488

    Quote Originally Posted by Allersky View Post
    ENTP. Most things are accurate for me - especially trying something new on dates and avoiding routines. I wouldn’t say I’m “seeking” casual sex, though. If I’ve broken up with someone within the last year and can’t be bothered with another relationship, then yeah. But that wears off eventually. It’s more like I’m open to the idea of casual sex. Not that I’m particularly looking for it.

    I’ve seen a couple of people criticise the fact that they described INTPs as liking to make people happy INTPs can actually be quite charming people pleasers. In fact, most INTPs I’ve met have a desire to be liked by others and are liked by most people. .

    Funny that both mine and my boyfriend list our zodiac signs as “ideal” for each other. Though I’m not sure why they’re lumping Zodiac in with MBTI.
    INTP's have a unique cognitive function. Its hard to explain "passive" "dominance" but all those charts or sayings of which that people think the INTJ is mean--or the ENTJ is mean--no: they just aren't going to control the situation or attempt to guide the situation into better shape w/ perspective abilities. An INTP on the other hand will read the conscious and do everything that they can to relief someone who is suffering. Its a matter of clairvoyance in my fair opinion. Its nuero-linguistics... or a twist of words and perspective... and constant listen mode...

    We are actually meaner--it just requires all perspectives to lead to one reason for us to hit that easy button which sets off the nuke. When it does--we're freakin sith lords...

    Step 1) Be Nice...
    Step 2) Be Nice...
    Step 3) Destroy
    Step 4) Destroy
    Step 5) Destroy
    Step 6) INTJ Jaw Drop.
    Last edited by kbhtech; 06-28-2019 at 01:13 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbhtech View Post
    INTP's have a unique cognitive function. Its hard to explain "passive" "dominance" but all those charts or sayings of which that people think the INTJ is mean--or the ENTJ is mean--no: they just aren't going to control the situation or attempt to guide the situation into better shape w/ perspective abilities. An INTP on the other hand will read the conscious and do everything that they can to relief someone who is suffering. Its a matter of clairvoyance in my fair opinion. Its nuero-linguistics... or a twist of words and perspective... and constant listen mode...

    We are actually meaner--it just requires all perspectives to lead to one reason for us to hit that easy button which sets off the nuke. When it does--we're freakin sith lords...

    Step 1) Be Nice...
    Step 2) Be Nice...
    Step 3) Destroy
    Step 4) Destroy
    Step 5) Destroy
    Step 6) INTJ Jaw Drop.
    See, this is why I have skepticism about MBTI as a whole. I'm supposedly an INTJ, but I do exactly what you claim INTPs magically can do.
    Am I multiple types? Is there even a point to distinguishing between types if we can sort of float between multiple ones?
    Just a thought.


     
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