All right, you were deceived, I am actually not that interesting. Sorry, I deceive again - I am just trying to feign modesty in order to seem socially acceptable.
Well bottom line I don't know what I am anymore. I started out as INTP. After I realized that everyone else is NOT stupid under every conceivable angle and that my type has severe handicaps particularly in those areas in life which give you meaning and happiness, I started changing myself losing some of my arrogance and debugging my thought processes.
I am now a lot more extroverted though often I become so just because I know it's good for me (like taking vitamins), and I follow plans through almost always (this is mainly due to just maturing and the fact that short term stuff doesn't do much to excite me anymore).
One interesting thing is that I realized recently, I am not socially inept. I know what to say and how to behave and even what emotions to display at the right times. Just, this stuff only happens automatically when I'm with someone I respect/esteem, with whom I connect (or with someone whose help I need). That happens so rarely! Most of the time I do not really care about what the other person is, thinks, feels or has to say because well let's face it, it's all incoherent babble anyway... :-)
Probably unusually for an INTP, I am extremely assertive. I don't like to control people for the sake of it - but I need to get what I want and I can seem very domineering if people around me are slow, incompetent or otherwise wasting my time. I don't have much patience. I am running after the crazy intuitive ideas with surgical thinking precision and I need to get my fix whether it's relocating to a pacific island country or inventing cutting edge sexual devices.
I am an idealist, I have a high level of empathy for the suffering of others, I care a lot about fairness and I try to see things from any possible point of view. I always try to help with my knowledge, though people just want a pat on the shoulder and to be told that the slaughterhouse ain't that bad. I resent people not following my advice (pearls to the pigs).
I just come out of a very emotionally damaging relationship with an ISFP with attachment disorders. Total irrational and impulsive change of moods every day for a year almost gave me a nervous breakdown. I really suffered a lot. So now I'm in for something safe, I appreciate people's stability a lot more even though they may not be intellectually endowed. I really need an NT girl in my life so we can develop together. Or at least a T or at least an N with some culture. Unfortunately I am attracted by exotic personalities so all the time I sacrifice stability of character for some awesome trait or another (very hot, or makes tons of money on the stock market, or escaped a communist regime, or whatever... as long as she's got something cool and unusual about her). I have to stop this I know. Perhaps I will eventually find that dealing with life responsibly and with serenity on a day to day basis is the most courageous and admirable trait. Maybe not.
My enneagram is.... ?
I score equally high on 6, 7 and 1 (enthusiast, loyalist, reformer). I see myself as a polymath idealist compassionate reformer. I am the carrier of truth on this earth, I do so at great personal sacrifice, but I know there is something cosmically unique and significant about it.
I would want to have a following if there were smart enough people around to understand the value in what I propose. I am a very lonely person; I have many fans and admirers but almost no one "understands" me (though I don't mind talking for hours trying to explain myself). I am just too damn complex. I think I may have abnormally developed NT even for an INTP; and plus, I'm so extravagant and seek excitement and I have all these quirks... but I am very loving, honest and fair.
SimilarMinds tells me my enneagram "variant" is sexual; I have no idea how accurate these things really are, seems to me there are infinite shades of grey between Jung types and astrology, I do believe in MBTI but we NT must be careful not to overgeneralize and overestimate the resolution of results given by the theory.
People can develop. In fact, I have. I'm not so introverted anymore, I try to avoid studying things that can't help me in real life (though just yesterday I lost an evening reading about prime numbers and Ulam's spiral - let's say it's like a drink every once in a while... just to relax).
Or maybe I'm something else entirely. Anyway I very much look forward to exchanges and to find out more about people and about myself.