I don't think this strategy would ever work on me.
Originally Posted by Harlow_Jem
A shortcut to getting an INTJ: research on his/her interests and casually start a conversation with him/her as if he/she's just some random person you're having an interesting conversation with and then just as you see him/her getting maybe a little excited/interested, ignore him/her for a bit as if he/she's not a person of much significance to you.
<- at this point, I'd propably shrug and move along without further hesitation. I have more than enough peers to tag along with, I wouldn't really care about the fact that she's ignoring me, even if I'd be interested in her. A few nice debates are rarely worth the price of engaging a tiresome social dogfight. On the other hand, I really like flirty and playful girls - if they're behaving naturally while still managing to "break through" my barriers... well, no more tricks are needed.
i called one online stupid and boring and an easy target
and now he thinks i hate him
its kind of funny.
I guess self confidence is always a factor in how any type handles things. I usually don't spend a lot of time considering whether another person hates me. I tend to me more preoccupied with whether or not I 'hate' them. Of course my negative feelings about another rarely are that extreme. Considerations are more along the lines of 'annoying', 'clingy', 'stupid', 'deluded', etc. when they're negative.
Are there ANY INTJs that are either stupid or boring? I think not.