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This is a discussion on MBTI Types and Dating within the Articles forums, part of the Announcements category; Originally Posted by NIHM Trivia night sounds amazing. Why don't you stop stereo typing and get to know some of ...

  1. #121

    Quote Originally Posted by NIHM View Post
    Trivia night sounds amazing. Why don't you stop stereo typing and get to know some of us. You just described my sister who is an esfp. Btw she also loves playing trivial pursuit.
    Stereotyping? Like trying to assign date activities to type? It's funny you mention ESFP, because I associate concert going to ESFP, not ENFP. I find concerts to be loud and obnoxious and way too many sweaty bodies in close proximity together. Trivia nights sound like a lot of Si and I guess I still find that to be boring. Go figure.

  2. #122

    INTJ. Way more romantic than listed and way more sexual!
    Edit: Okay, not way more but still more.

    Board games is something I'd do when I'm comfortable and in a relationship so then it's just a regular 'hang out'. If it's the first date, we're not playing board games. Trivia night reminds me of pubs.

  3. #123

    Interesting comments. It appears the intuitives have taken the words in the info graphic rather literally, missing the bigger picture that is being implied.

    Chess doesn't mean the literal game of chess, but similar games of logic that are played by individuals or small groups.

    Similarly, church doesn't explicitly mean a church service with preaching and all, but means any type is similar social situation where values are shared and the opportunity to interact with others in age appropriate and smaller groups, is presented as part of the program.

    As for ISTJ, it's not exactly me, but it is close enough to generate some ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niss View Post
    Interesting comments. It appears the intuitives have taken the words in the info graphic rather literally, missing the bigger picture that is being implied.

    Chess doesn't mean the literal game of chess, but similar games of logic that are played by individuals or small groups.
    That doesn't make sense to me. If it was a game of logic, why didn't it just say a logic game or a logic puzzle? Chess does get associated with INTJs, too, so I can see why people would take it literally. Although that is representative of the nickname INTJs get, "the strategists", chess is a strategy game and INTJs like strategy.

  6. #126

    In my case, the ENFP ratio of romantic/sexual chart is the wrong way. I'm hardly romantic and more sexual. But it's a fun chart. Definitely would enjoy a dinner or a concert for a date :D

  7. #127

    Lol astrology, what a joke.

  8. #128

    It would be cool if someone made an infographic about mbti and dating that was at least remotely accurate.
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  9. #129

    Quote Originally Posted by I_destroyedtheuniverse View Post
    That doesn't make sense to me. If it was a game of logic, why didn't it just say a logic game or a logic puzzle? Chess does get associated with INTJs, too, so I can see why people would take it literally. Although that is representative of the nickname INTJs get, "the strategists", chess is a strategy game and INTJs like strategy.
    I think you just went full circle.

  10. #130

    I actually hate board games. I like to think outside the box. In real life, there's a certain amount of bending and breaking rules you can get away with. In board games, even chess, breaking a rule means disqualification. I don't mean bending/breaking rules in the anti-social or rebellious sense, but in an innovative and creative sense. I understand that board games do indeed take strategy, but it's so impractical and not a good representation of how real life works. It's also not as fun.


     
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