Me too. I find it very difficult to type my family members.I might actually have INTPs in my family or in my classes at school, but I don't know. It would be so fantastic to meet another one.
Hurray for the Internet!Me too. I find it very difficult to type my family members.
As for meeting new INTPs, at least we have these forums so we can communicate in SOME way (as weird as it gets, but weird is our thing).
That's a good idea, asking people to take tests. I'll do that too. Wow, you have an ESFJ in your family. Do you get along with your grandma?Hurray for the Internet!
I've been trying to get people to take tests. So far, I've got my mum, gran and 2 friends to take the test. Another friend had already taken it, so YAY!
Mum - INFP/ISFP (we're not sure)
Gran - ESFJ (OH GOD)
Friends - ENFP, INFP and ISTP (there's another I haven't typed yet)
I'm not very good at working out types because I don't talk to people enough to understand them. The ultimate goal is to get the type of everyone around me so I can use online articles to work out problems/negotiate successfully/manipulate people/CONTROL EVERYONE.
First, I have to understand these F types. Seriously. What's it like in their minds?
Oh yeah! :crazy:I exist. Anybody else is a figment of my imagination.
I thought so too.
Never met one either, I think. Most likely not. But that adds on to the appeal of the internet.Yep. one right here. I exist!
Never met a single INTP in real life though.:frustrating:
Cogito ergo sum.If not for my solipsistic mindset, I would say I exist, but for now I am an unknown variable. I exhibit different characteristics, and am not certain if I am actually 'female' or if a 'female' actually exists.
No way! How do you know they're INTPs? Did they take a test?I am here. :laughing:
I do know at least two INTPs in real life. And both I met in real life, too (in high school, no less).