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    Quote Originally Posted by INTPness View Post
    Extroverts always say that (or something like that) - "get loud, it will be fun!". But everytime I do it, it doesn't work. Everyone just goes: How is that fun?
    That's because normal (ie. inferior) people don't get Ne humor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    As far as I can tell, this is one of the biggest differences. ENTPs often put out an idea before it's fully baked, just to play with it Ne-style before asking Ti to take a look at it. INTPs very often will not even really be able to express what we're thinking until we run it through Ti. Ti is how we make sense of things. If an ENTP asks me a direct question about how I feel about something, I sometimes feel like a deer in the headlights, because maybe I haven't thought about that thing before. If you talk to me about it for a while, ideas will start popping up, but I need some time and some context to feel comfortable talking about it. Especially because you guys are intense.
    lol, yep, that's how my conversations go with INTP's. Two INTP's in particular, I really really want to hear what they think about something and I always feel like I'm pulling teeth to get it out of them. And yeah, I admit I ramp up the intensity b/c I really DO what to know what they think.

    But it's awesome when I finally get it out of them and I go back for more time and again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan Le Fay View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    it's rare that i don't get along great with them, but it seems to me that ENTPs tend to enjoy the company of INTPs more than INTPs enjoy the company of ENTPs.
    Personally, I've not noticed that pattern irl. But then I haven't stumbled across many INTPs

    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    I recently dated an ENTP.
    Is that the guy you initially thought may have been INTP?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    He seemed to be more interested in making sure a) I could put up with his need to do all of his projects and b) I could handle his intensity. I felt like he liked me, and he was always talking about "us" in the future tense, but he ran hot and cold, withdrawing a lot. I ultimately felt like his primary relationship would always be with himself. It wasn't great for my self-esteem, so we're no longer seeing each other.
    Sounds very guarded and like he isn't able to give in a relationship. If you can't "turn off" around your partner then it's not going to be real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    it's rare that i don't get along great with them, but it seems to me that ENTPs tend to enjoy the company of INTPs more than INTPs enjoy the company of ENTPs.
    Some of the most hysterical people I've met have been ENTP's... and I LOVE a good laugh.

    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecttcelfeR View Post
    I have an INTP friend. She finds me funny allbeit annoying and I found annoying her and making her laugh, fun. It worked out great.
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    I know a lot of INTPs, they are usually very interesting and very willing to teach you stuff as long as you're willing to listen. Probably one of the types I get along with very well. Extraverts are cooler though... sorry lol
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    We are excellent conversationalists! We have the best one-liners! and if we said what we were thinking all the time, we would not stop talking! we define cool because we define unique! there i hella just said it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quamdel View Post
    We are excellent conversationalists!
    THEN TALK!!

    *mutter, grumble, pout*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasper View Post
    THEN TALK!!

    *mutter, grumble, pout*
    haha so not fair. I have to improvise so much shit that I say because I always get caught off guard in a conversation. we are good at summarizing too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasper View Post
    Is that the guy you initially thought may have been INTP?
    Yeah--he tested INTP, but that's because when he is working, he's very solitary. There's no question the ENTP profile fits him better.


    Sounds very guarded and like he isn't able to give in a relationship. If you can't "turn off" around your partner then it's not going to be real.
    Yeah. It's kind of a shame, because it was really cool on a few levels. I ended up feeling kind of inadequate and not fully appreciated, though I know that wasn't his intention. Just felt sort of off-balance all the time. I tried my best on my end, I think. I would catch glimmers when he'd let his guard down, but then it went right back up. Those glimmers would make me want to figure out why things weren't working all the time. Very frustrating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quamdel View Post
    haha so not fair. I have to improvise so much shit that I say because I always get caught off guard in a conversation. we are good at summarizing too
    No fair on me either! :steam: It's the words that INTPs utter that I adore more than anything.

    I like being right, or at least can't stand being wrong, with INTPs I don't find myself bothered with that so much as I appreciate the intellect many have and the generally humble attitude that goes along with it (even if it's shown up in self-effacing or narcissistic-style jokes). I generally feel as though I can challenge them in a manner that even if we completely disagree both sides are liable to learn something from the other person. I don't get that with other NTs, or most other non-SP types, and SPs tend to get bored with the things I find fantastically debatable.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    Yeah. It's kind of a shame, because it was really cool on a few levels. I ended up feeling kind of inadequate and not fully appreciated, though I know that wasn't his intention. Just felt sort of off-balance all the time. I tried my best on my end, I think. I would catch glimmers when he'd let his guard down, but then it went right back up. Those glimmers would make me want to figure out why things weren't working all the time. Very frustrating.
    Sorry to hear that.

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