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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 Promethea Ahh.. and not to mention the only hearing complaints/negativity when anything was the least bit imperfect, ...

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    ESFP - The Performers

    Quote Originally Posted by Promethea View Post
    Ahh.. and not to mention the only hearing complaints/negativity when anything was the least bit imperfect, but never a compliment/any positiveness when I'd gotten things incredibly wonderfully damn-near-perfect. Does wonders for the self-esteem!
    omg, I'm so glad I found people who feel the same!!!!!! My ex loves complaining about everything, anything!!!!! From street signs to servers in restaurants.

  2. #622
    ESFP - The Performers

    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyBarry View Post
    I have many leather-bound books, and my apartment smells of rich mahogany.

    I think that's hot. I'd love to flip through the books and ask you about them. The smell of mahogany just intensifies the mood, nerdy yet exotic.

    Just what I thought as an ESFP who loves books and classy people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy_joycie View Post
    I think that's hot. I'd love to flip through the books and ask you about them. The smell of mahogany just intensifies the mood, nerdy yet exotic.

    Just what I thought as an ESFP who loves books and classy people.
    I do love books, but the reality is that I'm anything but high-class.
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    ESFP - The Performers

    by classy i don't mean 'high-class' bourgeois ppl....i mean ppl who appreciate the art of language and.....old wooden furniture..if that makes any sense
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  5. #625
    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyBarry View Post
    I do love books, but the reality is that I'm anything but high-class.
    My first year in grad school, this guy asked me up to his dorm room to check out his collection of literary criticism books. He had a very impressive collection, all hardcover and he had set up these awesome heavy-duty bookshelves and the whole room had this reading nook feel rather than that generic dorm-room thing... and he sat next to me on the bed and we had all these books spread out around us and he kept getting up to get me another one--"oh, you'll LOVE this one!!"--and it was so awesome, we talked for like two hours about them. He never made any kind of romantic/sexual move in the LEAST, and I didn't want to presume anything and put him in an awkward position when he was being so nice about sharing his impressive book collection, you know, to get all feely during intellectual time or whatnot.

    All you outside observers must be cracking up at this point how nerdily oblivious I was to the MOST OBVIOUS COME ON LINE EVER, and the ironic part is that I really WAS interested... I was pretty turned on by the depth of the conversation and all the books. (Unrepentant bibliophile, right here.) It just didn't occur to me that HE was interested in ME until three days later when a mutual friend finally took pity on me and told me how disappointed the guy had been and I was like wtf??? How was *I* supposed to know he was as interested in my body as he was in my mind? Then I realized how stupid that sounded. :P

    Sorry, tangential but the conversation about mahogany and books reminded me of that ;)
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    ESFP - The Performers

    Quote Originally Posted by Marimeli View Post
    My first year in grad school, this guy asked me up to his dorm room to check out his collection of literary criticism books. He had a very impressive collection, all hardcover and he had set up these awesome heavy-duty bookshelves and the whole room had this reading nook feel rather than that generic dorm-room thing... and he sat next to me on the bed and we had all these books spread out around us and he kept getting up to get me another one--"oh, you'll LOVE this one!!"--and it was so awesome, we talked for like two hours about them. He never made any kind of romantic/sexual move in the LEAST, and I didn't want to presume anything and put him in an awkward position when he was being so nice about sharing his impressive book collection, you know, to get all feely during intellectual time or whatnot.

    All you outside observers must be cracking up at this point how nerdily oblivious I was to the MOST OBVIOUS COME ON LINE EVER, and the ironic part is that I really WAS interested... I was pretty turned on by the depth of the conversation and all the books. (Unrepentant bibliophile, right here.) It just didn't occur to me that HE was interested in ME until three days later when a mutual friend finally took pity on me and told me how disappointed the guy had been and I was like wtf??? How was *I* supposed to know he was as interested in my body as he was in my mind? Then I realized how stupid that sounded. :P

    Sorry, tangential but the conversation about mahogany and books reminded me of that ;)

    I just love men who read. Cannot deal with someone who never put their hands on books.

    First thing I went into a man's place, I check out their bookshelf. It satisfies my curiosity of books I've never heard of and it also tells you a lot about that person.
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    ESFP - The Performers

    @Marimeli Maybe you can take a lot at my thread about my INTP ex, perhaps you can give me some advice on that =) I don't know to link it here though..
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  8. #628

    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyBarry View Post
    I do love books, but the reality is that I'm anything but high-class.
    dat moustache
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marimeli View Post
    My first year in grad school, this guy asked me up to his dorm room to check out his collection of literary criticism books. He had a very impressive collection, all hardcover and he had set up these awesome heavy-duty bookshelves and the whole room had this reading nook feel rather than that generic dorm-room thing... and he sat next to me on the bed and we had all these books spread out around us and he kept getting up to get me another one--"oh, you'll LOVE this one!!"--and it was so awesome, we talked for like two hours about them. He never made any kind of romantic/sexual move in the LEAST, and I didn't want to presume anything and put him in an awkward position when he was being so nice about sharing his impressive book collection, you know, to get all feely during intellectual time or whatnot.

    All you outside observers must be cracking up at this point how nerdily oblivious I was to the MOST OBVIOUS COME ON LINE EVER, and the ironic part is that I really WAS interested... I was pretty turned on by the depth of the conversation and all the books. (Unrepentant bibliophile, right here.) It just didn't occur to me that HE was interested in ME until three days later when a mutual friend finally took pity on me and told me how disappointed the guy had been and I was like wtf??? How was *I* supposed to know he was as interested in my body as he was in my mind? Then I realized how stupid that sounded. :P

    Sorry, tangential but the conversation about mahogany and books reminded me of that ;)
    If it helps, I don't think I would've picked up the cues either... and if I have had, I would still have waited for him to act first >.< And if he were as introverted as I, we would probably sit there wondering together why the other one is not doing anything. The joy of introverted relationship building.
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  10. #630

    Quote Originally Posted by LeaT View Post
    dat moustache
    This is a classy 'stache.



    Also this one:

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