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    REVIVE!

    As someone who successfully snagged me an INTP on the first date-but-wasn't-really-supposed-to-be-a-date:

    -Be blunt about your feeling. If you're an ENFP be flirty as can be. Play up your natural charm. They rather like blunt things I've found out.
    -Be honest. INTPs also seems to have a knack at sniffing out any BS.
    -Be intriguing, but don't be false.
    -Talk. I've found INTPs like to listen and are really good at carrying on conversations if you start.
    -If they seem to be restraining themselves from making a move, make the first move. If they don't run off screaming I'm pretty sure they like you. Or are scared.

    If all else fails I've found common bait amongst INTPs : Food.
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    What has worked for me with the one I've got:

    Didn't run away when he stalked me.

    I ask him questions about things he's interested in.

    When he pleases me, I express pleasure.

    I only very rarely fuss at him.

    I baby him a bit and scratch his back, etc.

    Nekkidness is also works most of the time.
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    I'm amazed as to how this thread reached near 100 pages. There aren't a lot of girls drooling over INTPs. LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waffle View Post
    REVIVE!

    As someone who successfully snagged me an INTP on the first date-but-wasn't-really-supposed-to-be-a-date:

    -Be blunt about your feeling. If you're an ENFP be flirty as can be. Play up your natural charm. They rather like blunt things I've found out.
    -Be honest. INTPs also seems to have a knack at sniffing out any BS.
    -Be intriguing, but don't be false.
    -Talk. I've found INTPs like to listen and are really good at carrying on conversations if you start.
    -If they seem to be restraining themselves from making a move, make the first move. If they don't run off screaming I'm pretty sure they like you. Or are scared.

    If all else fails I've found common bait amongst INTPs : Food.
    You are a pro. Particularly that last bit.

    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    What has worked for me with the one I've got:

    Didn't run away when he stalked me.

    I ask him questions about things he's interested in.

    When he pleases me, I express pleasure.

    I only very rarely fuss at him.

    I baby him a bit and scratch his back, etc.

    Nekkidness is also works most of the time.
    You too!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Waffle View Post
    REVIVE!

    As someone who successfully snagged me an INTP on the first date-but-wasn't-really-supposed-to-be-a-date:

    -Be blunt about your feeling. If you're an ENFP be flirty as can be. Play up your natural charm. They rather like blunt things I've found out.
    -Be honest. INTPs also seems to have a knack at sniffing out any BS.
    Oh yeah, the blunt honesty - I appreciate blunt honesty, largely due to the fact that with any shred of indirectness or ambiguity in communication, I will tend to think of a huge variety of different plausible interpretations of a person's behavior. In the context of being hit on and with a reluctance to be vulnerable, the only reliable way to assure me of sincere interest is to be direct about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavarice View Post
    Oh yeah, the blunt honesty - I appreciate blunt honesty, largely due to the fact that with any shred of indirectness or ambiguity in communication, I will tend to think of a huge variety of different plausible interpretations of a person's behavior. In the context of being hit on and with a reluctance to be vulnerable, the only reliable way to assure me of sincere interest is to be direct about it.
    In other words, you need to drop a building on the INTP's head.

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    Distract them with virtual reality.

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    ^Lol'd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aderack View Post
    Righto. Second draft distillation time.

    There are a few phases, each with its own lessons. I'll try to interrelate them as well as they'll allow. Keep in mind I'm just talking about myself here, but much of this may be more broadly applicable.

    I am really, really bewildered when people show attraction to me, especially without obvious reason. This isn't a self-image thing; I'm fond of my appearance, I deliberately dress well, and I know that I'm bright and creative. What I don't get is the attraction thing. It weirds me out, because that's not generally how I look at the world. If a person has a pleasing face or manner, I may notice on some level. Normally I'd have to sit and focus on her to come to a decision, though. And then I'll shrug. Well, that's nice, I'll think.

    I'm out to be inspired. As excited as I am when people respond to the ideas I've put a bunch of time and energy into, I'm sent head over heels when someone leads me down a new avenue that I hadn't noticed, leading to either a revelation of my own or a spontaneous revelation on her part, that I can trace and absorb into my own worldview.

    For me, social interaction is all about expanding my perspective on the world. Anything, anyone that can give me this, and simultaneously validate my own observations, captures my undivided attention. Ideally, both she and I will become bigger, better, wiser from our interaction.

    So it takes a profoundly unusual person -- a person excited by abstract and unusual concepts, and who can relate whatever she learns to her own individually developed perspective about the nature of the world -- to knock me wholly out of reason and caution, in the sense that people typically think about romance. In thirty years only one person has ever done that, and for everything she had going for her, she inadvertently ruined it by raising my self-preservation alarms.

    It's not impossible to burrow into my graces, given enough time. Just be there and be sincere for long enough, and affection (if not outright desire) will start to drip out all over. But there are two big walls to get past: a lack of innate romantic compulsion, and a deep sense of skepticism toward others and their potential motivations. Why, I ask, is this person talking to me? What does she want? You have to show me that you aren't just here to use me for something that I can't begin to comprehend.

    [Aside: one of my closest friends right now is a girl (ISTP) who works at the cafe around the corner. I've known her since late 2007, but it took us over half a year to formally introduce ourselves -- and then most of the rest of the year to see each other outside of that environment. Then there were a few months of fretting over why she kept calling me and complimenting me and touching me. Now that we've clarified where our feelings stand, we've become very goofy together.]

    I'll do everything in my power for a person in my confidence, simply because it never occurs to me not to. But the slightest hint that I need to justify myself, as eccentric as I may be, and I become an iceberg. I expect honesty and transparency and a deep earnestness in everything, because that's what I spend most of my energy trying to offer. And it does take so much energy!

    So you can imagine how offended I become when this dedication is questioned, or this unspoken contract of innocence is breached. It's just... icky. And I don't have the leftover energy or wherewithal to deal with it.

    Well. That was fairly long again! I think it may clarify a bit of that trademark INTP reticence, though. And it may suggest a few pitfalls to avoid.



    sooooo, basically, you guys like your dual-halfs.

    the ESFP.


    because I felt my own values strongly resonated with the description written here. (and I am aware that Most of the other ESFPs I know can also be described in this exact way)



    well that's really good then.


    my quick story:

    I've never paid any attention to any INTPs until I finally learned all of this stuff in-depth.

    then I started noticing many more INTPs all of a sudden, and I realized, "hey, I really like these people"

    you guys are really cool. and quirky. and cute. and really weird.
    and hilarious, at times. other times, you guys just confuse me...cuz you can be cerebrally (did I just make up a word?) too over-complicated, when simplicity is sometimes all you need.



    now I have met 2 INTP females, as I am an ESFP male, and they are HOT. and I am totally gonna have to choose one of them, because I know that once I have sex with either one, I'm probably gonna be in love, and most likely, so will they.



    the sexual chemistry....intellectual, and emotional chemistry I have with these girls (INTPs), is unmatched. I've never had such quick, fast-paced conversations, (with equal parts wit, humor, playful flirting, fun verbal jabs at each other, challenge, and sexual undertone) with ANY OTHER type in this world.....and I've typed everyone I know.

    good job, INTPs, for being the way you guys are.


    I LOVE YOU ALL.
    and I've spent a long, long time trying to figure out what the big deal with "duality" is.

    I am beginning to deeply understand, that it truly is great and it IS all it's worked-up-to-be. Augustus was right.



    that is.....unless one of those friggin girls breaks my heart, but I highly doubt that.

    our interactions are too stimulating for that, I think...
    of course I don't know for sure, because I haven't actually started a relationship with INTP yet....ever.

    only time will tell.



    anyway see y'all.

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    oh yeah and btw, I HIGHLY condone INTP-ESFP relationships...as long as neither of the two are too fucked up...cuz I know myself, and ESFPs can be pretty nasty when they are unhealthy (enneagram health levels)

    when I am emotionally unhealthy, I manipulate, I use people as objects, blah blah all that stuff.....but I find that INTPs have this uncanny unspoken way of boosting my emotional health level, simply by existing near me.

    IT'S SO WEIRD, I'm TELLING YOU.


    anyway...so yeah, if you're an INTP, somehow, try to catch yourself an ESFP....trust me, it most likely will be great.

    oh and btw, we (ESFPs) naturally prefer direct, blunt communication.

    so you can be SUPER blunt with us about everything, that's how we get attracted to you.


    probably vice versa as well.

    CATCH Y'ALLz L8R SK8r H8rzzzzz :|

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