This is a discussion on Q&A about dating INTPs, and INTP dating: within the INTP Forum - The Thinkers forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by qingdom No love for Tesla again. I curse the image maker who did not include his entry... ...
My personal take is that I think it's perfectly reasonable to have a preference not to drive and to choose not to do so, but I still think it's a good idea to know how to drive in case, I don't know, like we're out in some deserted area and I step on a landmine and one of my legs gets blown off, and it would be really handy if you could drive me to the hospital.
Living at home... again I have nothing against this as just a fact, I don't consider it a sign of being a loser or being behind in life or anything. But again, take this out of "fact about a guy" realm and translate it into what it means for her experience of going out with you. Depending on what the home set-up was like, it might be uncomfortable dealing with the guy's family often or straightaway, and I don't know I could it imagine making spending the night over potentially awkward. I mean it doesn't necessarily have to be a problem if the house is set up in a way where you still have privacy and discretion, or if your family is somehow super awesome. And there might be some women who are happy to be family-involved early on...
It really does depend on the woman, and depends on what these things mean for the logistics of dating and mating.
My ex-boyfriend grew up in Manhattan and can't drive. Not legally, anyway.
I never thought much about it.
The INTP profiles always say that they are looking for "mindmates."
I think there ought to be a warning, though, that when you find a mindmate, your head/heart turn into a total clusterfuck at the speed of light. That is useful information to have. Or maybe not.
Probably a silly question but not being very skilled socially, when a guy ask a girl, "Hey, lets hang out" does it mean something other then hanging out to a girl?
After some hanging out with someone a while, anyone, boy or girl, may end up developing 'feelings' beyond friendship, but girls tend not to mean anything beside wanting to give the message that they want to 'hang out' when they say so.
'Let's do stuff together, spend some time together'. That's all xD
Gah, it's ever so annoying when you just want to have some fun together and it's immediately perceived as a date. Met a guy once before a philosophy exam, had a nice chat about internet memes, then we decided we should go'n 'do something' after the exams to kick back and relax. We ended up going to see a Transformers movie and midway he got all hand-on-my-thigh.
I could've eaten the chair I was sitting in, fcs. I made it clear I wasn't exactly looking for anyone to date afterwards but boy, that was awkward XD