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MOTM Nov 2010
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I've done it. I handed him an MBTI test and even paid the $6 to get our compatibility results based on our scores. We had 80% chance at a successful marriage. That wasn't high enough for me to actually go out on a date with him. But I let him convince me never the less. Then we got serious. And then \ we broke up after 6 months.

Actually, I knew even before the tests, our types weren't going to work well together. I even guessed his type before he took the test. But I needed something backed up on paper to give to him Lol.

I'm telling, you. It works.......:wink:

Btw, I realize I never really give a guy a test that I'm really interested in. I don't care. I just want him.
 
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... How often do you do this?
I've done it 3 times. But I only actually went on a date with the one guy I told you about.

From everything I've heard, if on your first date that person asks you about MBTI and wants to talk about the type and whips out a test.....RUN!!
This is very true. Because if I'm giving you a test when you are asking me to date you, I am just trying to back up on paper what I already believe about our incompatibility. You've gotten really pushy with me and won't take "no" for an answer. It's like I'm trying to serve guys with proof.

One guy who wanted a date, I guessed his type and I said "we would never get along. You'll be asking to eat when I'm middle the middle of talking about life's complexities,etc. I can tell where we are going to have trouble in our communication already". He said I didn't know what I was talking about. And asked "what was type theory anyway?". He also said that I could "never figure him out" he was apparently "too complicated and deep". I "just need to be with" him and "try it." So I told him his type was "ABCD". And he felt challenged and asked me to give him the test online. After he took it, he got back and said "What type did you think I was?" I repeated "ABCD". And he said "That's exactly what I am!" So therefore I didn't have to date him. I proved I knew what I was talking about. Thank you MBTI!

Now, I sometimes just say "I'm not physically attracted to you" and they seem to go away quicker. I've had to learn the hard way that ignoring doesn't always work.

However, I will still give the test to people I'm dating. But I'm hoping the next guy I'm with already knows about MBTI. It makes things much easier.
 
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