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    Senior Member Uytuun's Avatar
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    We're rare...

    If she acts weird (other than regular INTJ weird), that's a good indication.

    We also aren't all science geeks.

    Be yourself around her, chances are your ENFP goodness will fascinate her to no end.

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    I know one INTJ girl. At least, she claims that is what she is, and she seems familiar with the MBTI and has taken at least one test, so I believed her (kinda). She sure doesn't act like a person I'd recognize as INTJ, though.

    Maybe society has conditioned women not to act like stereotypical INTJs, so INTJ women are harder to spot than INTJ men?
    "There ain't no doubt in no one's mind that love's the finest thing around. Whisper something soft and kind." --James Taylor

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    Quote Originally Posted by sketcheasy View Post
    sweet, overtly sexual is my MO, lmao XD

    but seriously, where are most of you? i know like two... in high school and freshman year of college you guys were like ninjas.
    We only venture out for something interesting enough to observe. Like a cat with a toy. People don't get us. We "get" them, if they are worthy/compatible.

    If she seeks you out and makes conversation, that's a positive sign. Yet, I wouldn't rush it with sexual come ons. It takes a long time for an INTJ to decide whether or not someone is suitable for dating.

    Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    Maybe society has conditioned women not to act like stereotypical INTJs, so INTJ women are harder to spot than INTJ men?
    Not sure about that. Society is to be questioned, always. Have you noticed quite a few INTJ females use male avatars on this forum?

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    Dammit. I need to date an INTJ sometime. Ladies, any of you living in Portland, OR?

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    I'm on my university's debate team and spend a lot of time on that.

    So um...nerdy/intellectual things are good.

    If she actively seeks you out, you're in. Maybe as a friend, maybe something more, but you're in. I enjoy my time with almost everyone, but I don't actively try to get more time with anyone unless I really value them.

    I don't think I really act like an INTJ....I've developed a lot of Fe as I've grown up (I'm usually a mediator, mindful of how others feel), as well as Se, which has always been there for me (I like feelings that other people who are less Se might shy away from...like, I enjoy touching squishy things, I really like foods, I like exploring my surroundings if they're interesting etc). With that in mind, I don't think someone would "find" me if they were looking for an INTJ at this point, although that type is certainly how I started out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terian View Post
    Dammit. I need to date an INTJ sometime. Ladies, any of you living in Portland, OR?
    No.

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    right now i'm crossing my fingers and hoping i accidentally bump into one or that this one goes where i want it. done looking.

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    *sigh* why do they always give up so quickly

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    Quote Originally Posted by murkrow View Post
    Be original and interesting.

    Ok, I guess, it were the same answer for a guy : So what ,kind of originality? Wierd or drawn to novelty, original analysis of the world, life and so on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    *sigh* why do they always give up so quickly
    It's less about giving up and more about shining as we can that one of you is drawn near. Also means I need to keep my eyes open and be mindful of when she shows up. Then again, I'm the type you see is not motivated enough
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