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    Default Where to meet the different NT types

    As NT types are not as common as other types I've found that I've met very few in my life. I would like to change that. So, seeing that similar questions about other types have been posted elsewhere and I'm, well, me, I'll ask this: Where are the places that one would find people of the four different NT types and are there any markers that would allow one to identify them?
    For example, I know that one ( I've used this word too many times in this post, sorry) might find me in a park, or at a library/book store or mulling around the produce section of the grocery, and that I'm usually alone or with one other person.
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    I am supposed to be an intp.

    I am also in a library or book store often. I play some chess at various restaurants. In good conditions, I play outdoor basketball.

    I'm 29 years old but love to learn; so I am often found on school campuses.

    I spend a lot of time at my computer, doing things online.

    I spend an awful lot of time at work too.

    I've tried going to clubs lately. But I find most of the experience traumatic--From the meeting new people, to "afterwards."

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    nowadays the only place you'll find me in my interactive mode is in class.

    life's been busy lately :/
    I'm feeling rough, I'm feeling raw, I'm in the prime of my life.

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    Well, my problem is I am not anywhere for very long. I go to a lot of places but am always in a hurry.
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    Wow, you guys aren't going to make this easy are you? *nods* I can work with that. What about the NTJ types? Is it the same?
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    I agree with all of the above. If you can find me alone and with time on my hands, I'll be at a bookstore or a cinema house. Or wandering around taking photos. In each of those cases, I probably wouldn't entertain conversation, unless it was directly related to what I was reading or watching. And definitely not when I'm taking photos.

    If I'm out with friends, you'll have an easier time.

    xNTJs - I don't know. Look for the people at the pound whose job it is to put the animals to sleep...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    xNTJs - I don't know. Look for the people at the pound whose job it is to put the animals to sleep...
    Whatever they're doing you can bet it's boring as hell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    Whatever they're doing you can bet it's boring as hell.
    lol, awww, poor NTJs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by briochick View Post
    lol, awww, poor NTJs.
    You now have the right attitude to attract them.
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    Truthfully, you would probably find an ENTP easier, and maybe also an ENTJ.

    ENTJs will be at any store complaining about how long and inefficient the checkout line is while staring at their watch. ENTPs will be compulsively looking for things in their pockets and dropping their cell phones. INTPs seem like they spend an inordinate amount of time indoors playing video games, so better sign up for WoW. I can't say for sure about INTJs because I still believe that they are a myth like Big Foot or Medusa. I'm sure you can find them in some university lecture somewhere, if they do in fact exist. There or in an S&M dungeon.

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