INTP girls are very low maintenance... but the relationship has a very high activation energy. They'll drag their feet for years if you give them the leeway to do it. Normal romance tactics don't work. Or, they may work, but INTP girls won't act on feelings if they have them.
That's why I just stop giving them a choice. I'll just show up one morning at 7 a.m. and say, "Get dressed, we're going out for breakfast. No, you can't go back to bed -- I made reservations."
I'm curious. Who make reservations for breakfast? And at 7:00 a.m.? Is there a serious waiting list for this?
Still, I was once picked up over breakfast years ago when I lived in Chicago. I'd woken early and taken a long walk along Lake Michigan when it was windy and the waves were crashing. Then I dropped by a restaurant for breakfast. When I asked for the check my waitress informed me that the young man over there >>> (wink, wink) had already paid it.
This was some snooty bistro place. The reservations weren't for 7 a.m. -- girl's got to get dressed, and all.
I had the idea to do this when I was stuck in this kind of netherworld of mixed signals for a long period of time (I don't mean they were ambiguous, I mean they were a mix of very positive and very negative signals). I finally decided I was tired of trying to figure out how to advance, so I'd do something unmistakably clear. If it worked, great. If not, then at least it was over with. So I set up a whole day (starting with the breakfast), showed up with a cute little present, and it worked. It's been something I've been able to use reliably ever since, only now I do it within a few weeks of meeting her.
Aleph-One, you look like the kind of person who would spend his spare time building a giant robot to hold the government for ransom. -Some Guy on the Internet