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Types You've Dated or Had a Relationship with?

View Poll Results: INTPs, select the types you've dated (> 2 weeks) or been in a relationship with:

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  • ISTJ

    4 5.56%
  • ISTP

    6 8.33%
  • ESTP

    10 13.89%
  • ESTJ

    3 4.17%
  • ISFJ

    7 9.72%
  • ISFP

    8 11.11%
  • ESFP

    11 15.28%
  • ESFJ

    10 13.89%
  • INFJ

    9 12.50%
  • INFP

    10 13.89%
  • ENFP

    18 25.00%
  • ENFJ

    7 9.72%
  • INTJ

    12 16.67%
  • INTP

    12 16.67%
  • ENTP

    7 9.72%
  • ENTJ

    5 6.94%
  • I'm not an INTP but still longed to click something, somewhere for some reason.

    11 15.28%
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This is a discussion on Types You've Dated or Had a Relationship with? within the INTP Forum - The Thinkers forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by misstheground I agree with you, and I was born in the 90s. :P It's important to actually ...

  1. #21

    Quote Originally Posted by misstheground View Post
    I agree with you, and I was born in the 90s. :P

    It's important to actually realize that it takes all types. And I've been pleasantly surprised or have learned from people who are extremely different than I am.
    l was starting to lose hope lol.

    Even my younger sister...man. lt's really like she seems to have no awareness of anything that happened before 2005, if you didn't know that sje'd ever read a book or a magazine, you really might not think she had. Her entire life seems to be centered around being liberal and hating republicans.

    And Greenday.

    And that's about it, makes me sad honestly. l know teens were self-absorbed in my day too but we just weren't that limited >.>

    l think as a generation you all will probably outgrow it.
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  2. #22
    INTP - The Thinkers

    Ive only dated INFJs
    which is eerie since i had no knowledge of the MBTI
    (one may have been an IxxJ but i cant be sure i never asked only typed myself)

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennywocky View Post
    Long live the socially evolving goo!

    This is what people sometimes misunderstand, coming from me. When I say "les despair" or whatever, it's not about hating the "big bad world." I've spent a lot more time in an infinitely bigger, badder, world than a lot of the young folk here. There were things I disliked about it, but I liked interacting with the older people I worked and played with quite a bit, regardless of personality type. They were direct and respectful, for the most part. They had their own thing going, and could tolerate the fact that others have theirs.

    I started despairing about the world when I was forced to suddenly be around much younger people, in a "post-high school" type of college environment. I'm seriously afraid for our future sometimes, when I watch how the "echo boomers" behave. I really hope "the blob" evolves into something more sophisticated soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by MortimerVonKraus View Post
    Even my younger sister...man. lt's really like she seems to have no awareness of anything that happened before 2005, if you didn't know that sje'd ever read a book or a magazine, you really might not think she had. Her entire life seems to be centered around being liberal and hating republicans.

    And Greenday.

    And that's about it, makes me sad honestly. l know teens were self-absorbed in my day too but we just weren't that limited >.>
    One of the best students in the class ahead of me (he was 24), in terms of brute force studying and memorizing, didn't know what the Berlin Wall was. And he got into medical school...

  4. #24

    I'm not really interested in dating... so I don't pursue it. It's an unfamiliar world populated with objectified relationships that just makes the whole thing seem too interchangeable to me. I have, of course, dated however. I didn't like it. I got bored really fast. But I've dated ESFPs, ISFJs, etc;mostly SFs. Because they just seem to fall on the ground at your feet if you say the right things. I don't like that though, it feels very deceitful.
    I think any relationship I get into right now would have to be full of positive challenges, and that's just pretty incompatible with my whole attitude towards dating.

  5. #25
    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Quote Originally Posted by MortimerVonKraus View Post
    :D

    Exactly. l see it with everything.

    Also a reluctance to "label" anything at the same time, which results in completely ignoring some of the positive differences that different groups of people have, too.

    But who knows, they're going to become the adults who run everything soon enough and then maybe every identifiable object or label as we know it will cease to exist and we'll all coexist as an ageless, genderless, multi-racial, pansexual amorphous blob lol.
    I more often run into fat-positive, clinically depressed, ADD-afflicted, green, Democratic, aromantic, asexual, female-identified hipsters who strive to label themselves so frenetically that I never know where the actual person starts and the labels end. I'm being facetious, but you get the picture. I'm not sure if they're hiding from otherness behind the label wall, obsessive, or if it's easier to simply list off your identity rather than actually develop it, but I don't often encounter someone who isn't wildly on one side or the other.
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  6. #26
    INTP - The Thinkers

    Quote Originally Posted by nadjasix View Post
    This is what people sometimes misunderstand, coming from me. When I say "les despair" or whatever, it's not about hating the "big bad world." I've spent a lot more time in a bigger, badder, world than a lot of the young folk here. There were things I disliked about it, but I liked interacting with the older people I worked and played with. They were direct and respectful, for the most part. They had their own thing going, and could tolerate the fact that others have theirs.

    I started despairing about the world when I was forced to suddenly be around much younger people, in a "post-high school" type of college environment. I'm seriously afraid for our future sometimes, when I watch how the "echo boomers" behave. I really hope "the blob" evolves into something more sophisticated soon.
    I think that it's an inalienable part of our culture that a large percentage of teenagers are vapid.
    The issue might be that the culture is evolving so that teenagerhood extends much too far past the age of 18.
    Hopefully they'll grow up.
    That being said, I'm 15 (grade 11 in September) and I like to think that I, as well as many of my peers, are aware of what's happening in the world around us and have well-formed opinions on things. They're the type of people who are less susceptible to mainstream culture, though. The culture needs to change before we see a real change in the way most young people act.
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  7. #27

    Quote Originally Posted by hela View Post
    I more often run into fat-positive, clinically depressed, ADD-afflicted, green, Democratic, aromantic, asexual, female-identified hipsters who strive to label themselves so frenetically that I never know where the actual person starts and the labels end. I'm being facetious, but you get the picture. I'm not sure if they're hiding from otherness behind the label wall, obsessive, or if it's easier to simply list off your identity rather than actually develop it, but I don't often encounter someone who isn't wildly on one side or the other.
    no, l know exactly what you mean lol. ln some people l see all that and then an attempt to shun labels at the same time. lt's extremely confusing.

    And tiresome e_e

    The asexual thing is newish. l was sensing the special snowflakes creeping into that label awhile ago. Of course l do know that some people really are asexual, just interesting how many emo-hipster, INFP teens are, too ;)
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  8. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by misstheground View Post
    I think that it's an inalienable part of our culture that a large percentage of teenagers are vapid.
    The issue might be that the culture is evolving so that teenagerhood extends much too far past the age of 18.
    Hopefully they'll grow up.
    That being said, I'm 15 (grade 11 in September) and I like to think that I, as well as many of my peers, are aware of what's happening in the world around us and have well-formed opinions on things. They're the type of people who are less susceptible to mainstream culture, though. The culture needs to change before we see a real change in the way most young people act.
    I agree. The problem is that now, being less susceptible to mainstream culture is more and more likely to get you ostracized. I don't really know what the solution is, tbh.

    Anyway, you are doing very well for yourself. Having some kind of social conscience at 15 and a willingness to help out the less fortunate is a hugely attractive quality that will take you far in life.
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  9. #29

    l don't mean the asexual label is "new" like it didn't exist years ago, just "new" in that it's recently become associated with a lot of other things.

    ******Just my disclaimer.******
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  10. #30
    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Quote Originally Posted by MortimerVonKraus View Post
    no, l know exactly what you mean lol. ln some people l see all that and then an attempt to shun labels at the same time. lt's extremely confusing.

    And tiresome e_e

    The asexual thing is newish. l was sensing the special snowflakes creeping into that label awhile ago. Of course l do know that some people really are asexual, just interesting how many emo-hipster, INFP teens are, too ;)
    I have yet to be convinced that most who adopt the label of asexual aren't either (a) terrified of sex, (b) virgins, or (c) both. I try not to be judgmental, but it's difficult when 3/4's of the asexuals I've known have been converted away from the FLUIDS, GROSS side by a good lay and were apparently hiding behind the label in order to avoid "virgin."

    That said, I do know two genuine asexuals. Both are INTJs.
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