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    The key here is going with the flow. Try something and watch her reactions... make adjustments as you go along.

    There's more to a person than type... Just because she's an INTJ doesn't mean she'll behave exactly like another INTJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sphare View Post
    Not sure if there's a thread started on this.

    But here goes. Lately I've developed some feelings for an INTJ girl. She's a high achieving perfectionist, striving for her law degree, playing in golf tournaments worldwidel, getting top grades, etc. Is there anything I can do besides beating her in everything that she cares about?
    Well, you can try being good looking, charming, affluent, witty, and make all the moves (but not too fast, because she might get suspicious).

    If you do all of that, she'll be like a pudding in your arms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    she'll be like a pudding in your arms.
    I resent that remark.



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    Lets see. INTJ, INTJ... *thumbs through notebook* Ah yes, INTJ:

    * Make fun of her in a playful way
    * Challenge her at the stuff that she's good at
    * Find stuff you're better at than she is and rub it in her face
    * Avoid talking about your feeling, as she has none and can't relate
    * Buy her creative, semi-useful, ornamental toys and gadgets
    * Make her something thoughtful

    That'll be $5 for the best advice you've ever received, ever.

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    Challenge her to some complex game.

    When it's her turn and she's deep in thought, club her and take her back to your cave!

    Simple!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed111 View Post
    As a conquerer of INTJ women I feel that I am in a good position to give you some advice!

    - pretend you're an INTJ;
    - do not make her late for appointments etc. This might be a problem for you as an INTP. I recommend buying a pda and using it;
    - buy her flowers. INTJ women, like all women like some romance. Although she may seem like a cold blooded bitch, she'll melt if you make bold romantic gestures;
    - use correct spelling and grammar;
    - don't argue the point on technicalities: this might prove to be annoying;
    - ensure your pad is neat and tidy: she probably can't abide a mess.

    I hope some of these ideas help you. Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Challenge her to some complex game.

    When it's her turn and she's deep in thought, club her and take her back to your cave!

    Simple!
    This seems like the best option.

    Seeing as you're INTP and she's INTJ can you be absolutely certain you're not already in a relationship but neither of you realise this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed111 View Post
    As a conquerer of INTJ women I feel that I am in a good position to give you some advice!

    - pretend you're an INTJ;
    - do not make her late for appointments etc. This might be a problem for you as an INTP. I recommend buying a pda and using it;
    - buy her flowers. INTJ women, like all women like some romance. Although she may seem like a cold blooded bitch, she'll melt if you make bold romantic gestures;
    - use correct spelling and grammar;
    - don't argue the point on technicalities: this might prove to be annoying;
    - ensure your pad is neat and tidy: she probably can't abide a mess.

    I hope some of these ideas help you. Good luck!


    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    Lets see. INTJ, INTJ... *thumbs through notebook* Ah yes, INTJ:

    * Make fun of her in a playful way
    * Challenge her at the stuff that she's good at
    * Find stuff you're better at than she is and rub it in her face
    * Avoid talking about your feeling, as she has none and can't relate
    * Buy her creative, semi-useful, ornamental toys and gadgets
    * Make her something thoughtful

    That'll be $5 for the best advice you've ever received, ever.
    Edahn you make me nervous LOL I agree with the first one... definately NOT the third.

    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Challenge her to some complex game.

    When it's her turn and she's deep in thought, club her and take her back to your cave!

    Simple!
    This is probably the best advise on the whole thread thus far...

    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    Seeing as you're INTP and she's INTJ can you be absolutely certain you're not already in a relationship but neither of you realise this?



    I can't speak for the other INTJ's, but I've never fallen, I mean really fallen for someone unless they were my friend first. For a long time.

    I like the safety of hanging out with someone where there aren't all these expectations and worry about 'when should we kiss', 'when should we sleep together' etc etc etc. If I can hang with someone and be comfortable around them, and eventually feel able to let my goofy side out around them something happens in me without me really realizing it. Where, in a 'relationship' and dating, my mind would constantly be weighing the pros and cons and looking for flags, as a friend I find I'm more accepting of the persons faults (by a long shot). While I've been busy spending time doing things together that we have in common... it eventually leads to the seed of 'I wonder if we'd be good in a relationship... we get along so well...'
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    Be yourself. I'm serious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    Be yourself. I'm serious.
    Yeah, seconded. Be yourself = being honest; and we are just well-known for being that ourselves. That's why I don't agree with people telling to "pretend being an INTJ". So not good. Unless you wanna piss us off really badly.
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    Again, Demons I get, but people are just crazy.

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    Being yourself is the best advice. It's something my mom always told me and it's true. You can't force these things: if it's meant to be it'll happen.

    The stuff I mentioned earlier works for me, because that IS me - I wouldn't have to try to do those things.

    NB. Being romantic does work, but if you're going to buy flowers don't get them from a garage. It's better to show that you've spent some time, effort and thought on the romance, such as planning a weekend away or a meal out. What won my INTJ girlfriend over was when I sent her a card with a poem I'd written that contained a hidden message (it was acrostic) - she liked that!

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