Just FYI, it appears my initial iinquiries may have been effective. He had to postpone due to writing a manuscript (INTPs what can you say...) but sent two different emails letting me know he'd like to go hang out next time I am in town (for you know, talking about work of course...)
Since i travel there often for work, well who knows....
don't be around too often/don't stalk (stalking includes running up to talk before/after classes about nothing and acting kiss-ass-like and too happy-smiley)
*i'm kind of annoyed by someone atm
i tend to be drawn to people who don't come off as being interested in me
EDIT: be honest, and don't use false compliments, it's usually easy to detect forced flattery
EDIT^2: I don't know if any of the other INTPs think this... but questions drive me insane. Questions about me, specifically. If we're talking about something that has nothing to do with myself or the other person, then it's fine, but otherwise, they make me crazy. No questions!
FTR, this is all untrue for me except for the forced flattery part.
Originally Posted by Cronkle
Show 'em you know dey're smarties.
As was said earlier, many of us have had heard this so many times that we are immune
Originally Posted by Costrin
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I don't see how turning into a giraffe would make any difference...
Originally Posted by Jennifer
Have interesting conversations in a variety of areas; make connections.
Of course, if you want anyone to know you're interested in them:
Ask them questions; seem interested.