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    Yeah, I think it's all about chemistry. If an INTP feels that you are receptive to his looney way of thinking without judgment, he becomes less afraid to show you who he really is inside. And that's when you see the charm. I really really love being around INTPs. You guys are like the little angel on my shoulder saying, 'well, the devil has a point but make sure you wear a helmet and make sure you take the surface roughness into consideration when calculating the friction. And, by the way, I do not support this experiment. Now, go!'

    How could you not love that? INTPs, ftw!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    Yeah, I think it's all about chemistry. If an INTP feels that you are receptive to his looney way of thinking without judgment, he becomes less afraid to show you who he really is inside. And that's when you see the charm. I really really love being around INTPs. You guys are like the little angel on my shoulder saying, 'well, the devil has a point but make sure you wear a helmet and make sure you take the surface roughness into consideration when calculating the friction. And, by the way, I do not support this experiment. Now, go!'

    How could you not love that? INTPs, ftw!!
    Haha, funny you say this, because my friend has told me "You're like the devil on my shoulder, only you're much smarter than my angel so it's never really a fair discussion."

    Although one thing I've noticed is that people often attribute our "charm" to our inability to navigate social situations or general environment with grace or success, so it comes off as condescension.

    "Aww, look at the silly INTP walk into the car/say something inappropriate. They're so cute."



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    ^^ haha...i kinda feel the same way jock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    ^^ haha...i kinda feel the same way jock.


    I'd much rather be charming than adorably inept. There's a difference!



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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Maybe you're just a charming bitch!

    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    Yeah, I think it's all about chemistry. If an INTP feels that you are receptive to his looney way of thinking without judgment, he becomes less afraid to show you who he really is inside. And that's when you see the charm. I really really love being around INTPs. You guys are like the little angel on my shoulder saying, 'well, the devil has a point but make sure you wear a helmet and make sure you take the surface roughness into consideration when calculating the friction. And, by the way, I do not support this experiment. Now, go!!
    Heh. We do love our disclaimers. Can't say I've ever advocated helmet-wearing tho.....I'm more than a bit curious about that experiment, I must say....
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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post


    I'd much rather be charming than adorably inept. There's a difference!
    hey!! presumptuous! i meant people feel that way about me too...and i KNOW!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salt n' pepper View Post
    Well, there are three things actually.
    3. The INTP bewilderment. Where did I put the glass? I know I put it down somewhere now, where did it go? Takes a second lap around the apartment. I was right here. What was I doing? Damn, Im thirsty! Gonna get me a glass of water. Now where is my glass?

    You guys brighten my day.
    LOL - I resemble that remark!... Damnit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Although one thing I've noticed is that people often attribute our "charm" to our inability to navigate social situations or general environment with grace or success, so it comes off as condescension.

    "Aww, look at the silly INTP walk into the car/say something inappropriate. They're so cute."
    I guess I don't notice that because I get the same thing from others. ENTPs are just as loopy. And being female, I am so used to hearing that condescending tone...

    But yeah, it's not funny sometimes. And I wouldn't equate that spaciness with charm. It's cute sometimes, but not charming. The charm is in your sincerity - I just can't get enough. Most things I say elicit laughs (at me??) from others. I love the fact that you guys are probably the only ones who 'get' me and actually take me seriously and encourage me to keep on keepin' on.

    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    I'm more than a bit curious about that experiment, I must say....
    See? This is what I mean - already it's beginning... (<--- you!)

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    It often catches me off guard when people like me.

    I'm often going for that effect, but when someone reciprocates beyond that I'm left scratching my head wondering what I said to them.
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    I've found the key is simply to exploit your wit, learn how to speak, and deliver every line with confidence.

    If you keep your mouth shut most of the time and only open it for sharp, unexpected barbs, people will constantly be in awe of you.

    (note that it helps that most people around you are not nearly as intelligent, and thus, easily impressed)

    (but keep that last part to yourself)

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