If You Are the INTP: Scholar
"Love is just another idea."
You Are Someone Who:
Is fascinated with theories.
Can be like an absent-minded professor--forgetting and losing things--but still able to come up with brilliant ideas and observations.
Is an easygoing and flexible companion.
Can be oblivious to the emotional needs of your relationship.
May alternate between quiet and argumentative.
If You Are Female, Your Best Matches Are:
If You Are Male, Your Best Matches Are:
INFJs: Mystic Writers
If You Want to Win the Heart of Your Ideal Mate, Do the Following:
*Plan dates that allow your INTJ to display his or her knowledge and competence (attend a wine tasting or watch a court trial, for example).
*Add spice to your relationship by engaging your partner in a rousing debate.
*Engage your date's intellectual competitiveness by playing a good game of chess or helping them solve a brain teaser.
*Demonstrate that you are competent in an esoteric subject and your INTJ will respect you even more.
*Dress your best; ENTJs are fastidious about your appearance.
*Be ready to engage in a fiery debate about almost anything.
*Sharpen your wit and be prepared to lampoon any silly, pompous, or hypocritical person or situation you observe.
*Keep your cool when ENTJs use their famous acidic wit to roast you; tease them back and win their affection.
*Ask questions and get your loquacious ENTP talking about whatever comes to mind.
*Display enthusiasm for their constant stream of ideas, inventions, and schemes.
*Don't try to talk them out of an idea that appears foolish--if you give them enough space, they will likely talk themselves out of it.
*Share in the fun as this risk-loving, spontaneous person takes you on spur-of-the moment gambling trips and other adventures.
*Cater to your date's fascination with metaphysical, psychological, or philosophical topics.
*Respect their need for solitude and quiet dates at home or in a private setting.
*Share activities with them that revolve around their love of reading or writing (eg. book signings and poetry readings).
*Provide structure on your dates--ie. let them know in advance where you are going, what you will be doing, how long it will take, and so forth.