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    WTF. Someone explain this to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YWIR View Post
    WTF. Someone explain this to me.
    I would be happy to!!

    It's a bad idea.

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    What kind of man are you looking for, YW?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andante View Post
    What kind of man are you looking for, YW?
    I'm not. Just curious as to why this sort of dynamic seems to be a desire among entjs/intps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YWIR View Post
    I'm not. Just curious as to why this sort of dynamic seems to be a desire among entjs/intps.
    A type based discussion doesn't cover individual nuances of relationships, particularly when considering maturation process as it relates to functions.

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    I'll explain my personal experiences with more mature INTPs who've absorbed their Fe to some degree. They're fun, creative, can link with that lovely intuitive mind meld. They also understand space and independence and make marvelous lovers. The information they house in their minds and how they view the world with head half cocked, that unending curiosity, can be quite something. Since their functions align with ours but with the opposite attitudes, it's easy to follow them. They view the world in a similar (but not the same) logical structures first manner, with intuition as their support function, same as ENTJs.

    I'd date another one, if I met one who had matured. Many of my cyberfriends are mature INTPs of both genders. We 'get' each other well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YWIR View Post
    WTF. Someone explain this to me.
    Can't

    love entj's

    do not love intp's...have not gotten along well with a single one...not so sure that's based of my own or thier maturity/immaturity ...or what...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    Can't

    love entj's

    do not love intp's...have not gotten along well with a single one...not so sure that's based of my own or thier maturity/immaturity ...or what...
    It's probably because INTPs are rather boring in real life.

    It isn't to say they cannot get more fun, but it's a long time before you can get them to open up and share their crazy world. Which I do like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fourplay View Post
    It's probably because INTPs are rather boring in real life.

    It isn't to say they cannot get more fun, but it's a long time before you can get them to open up and share their crazy world. Which I do like.
    They're not really boring in real life. They can be wary of and reserved, with who they let in but when they do, they're game for anything. On the other hand, are these traits exclusive to INTPs? Rhetorical question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fourplay View Post
    It's probably because INTPs are rather boring in real life.

    It isn't to say they cannot get more fun, but it's a long time before you can get them to open up and share their crazy world. Which I do like.
    I absolutely know I have never gotten them to open up to me....which i've heard is very rewarding...

    It definately is a two way street... though...i know i'm half to blame for lack of them opening up because I think i judge too quickly...

    -But whenever I initially interact with an INTP, i just can't get past the fact that they are "looking around" as if they're bored...or "being reserved" as if i'm boring/or too outgoing or something and want me to stop talking
    - Once I actually converse with them...instantly emotions come into play...they get confused with whatever it is I say...and i feel like they're being too damn literal and too damn picking at things that are not concerned with the overall picture. They also have taken that miscommunication as a way to publicly tear me down...or restate what i "really" meant as a way to one up or something...I despise inferior Fe like this...
    - so therefore i give them none of my patience ...even on here sometimes...it's hard for me to read the literal explorations they have to go through to come to the same conclusions...just said differently...or if they don't come to the same conclusions, they have to leave EVERYTHING open ended(draining for me)
    - i think it really comes down to: i do not like Ne or Ti...hard to explain why...Ti don't like that kind of subjectivity and Ne too much exploring is exhausting.

    but like i said...it could be me being too judgemntal...lol i have never gotten to a good place with them and that may be the reason unfortunately



    I do think that they're more reserved when first meeting or even after a few interactions...too much of "don't ask me to do anything, and i wont ask you to do anything"
    where's the compromise in that...?

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