intps have got to be the least social of all types, how do they ever get married?
Heh. Well, despite my clever cover on this site I should admit that I'm in reality an INTP. From the time I was about twenty until I was 25 or so, I totally got around. I frequently had a bunch of relationships that I would juggle, and I occasionally had three different sexual partners in the same day. I worked as a bartender at a nightclub which seemed to facilitate this kind of activity.
The reason I stopped was because I met a woman who seemed devoted to me, and like she trusted me. In many past relationships, I'd happily cheat on someone. However, I found that while it was easy to cheat on someone who was suspicious of me, I would feel awful if I cheated on someone who really trusted me.
I guess my issue with marriage isn't "How did he get married?" because I had a lot of contenders for that, but more "How did he ever remain faithful to one partner?"
INTP's don't get very much. It's like living on the minimum that society gives us. It's times like that when I wish to be an ESTP, because those feinds always get women, but then I remember one I know and am glad I'm not a mindless hedonist.
They manage to date and marry when they find a partner who has super patience and is happy to give them the personal space they need without feeling offended or neglected. I don't know if there are that many partners like this available. Perhaps there are but I just don't know of many.
I'm in a place in my life where I prefer hooking up to establishing a relationship, but I wouldn't say I "get around." Mainly because I don't want to bother with the social conventions surrounding it, or potentially hurting someone emotionally. I'm extremely paranoid of the latter and often become hyper-sensitive to compensate for my naturally oblivious state.