[INTJ] Do you find INTJ's boring when around them for too long?

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This is a discussion on Do you find INTJ's boring when around them for too long? within the INTJ Forum - The Scientists forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Barren, is what it is like being in here at times. I find myself attracted to the NF forum. New ...

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Do you find INTJ's boring when around them for too long?

    Barren, is what it is like being in here at times.

    I find myself attracted to the NF forum. New grounds for me, it's like learning how to swim for the first time. I do not know any INTJ's personally - but I presume they'd bore the shit out of me too. I gotta be around someone opposite of me.

    What do you guys think? Do you migrate to other areas? I can't be in here for too long, I get bored to dry tears, it's too familiar.
    Are you attracted to an opposite?
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    ENTJ - The Executives

    I finally have an INTx friend my age at school. We are currently going through similar detachment issues with our program and we are also both about to graduate, moving on to bigger things etc. I don't know about boring, but I've been incredibly grateful for a like-minded individual being a source of encouragement.

    As for this forum.... yeah, sometimes.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I just started a relationship with a fellow INTJ and it is amazing how much we have to talk about. We spent 9 hours straight talking at my kitchen table about everything from mythology and religion to politics and music. Never noticed the uncomfortable chairs or the late hour until we were both yawning. I've only had one other person capable of having such a fun and intense unending conversation with and he was the only other INTJ I've ever known. I have to say though I have quite a good time with my ESFP friend too, it's just a different kind of fun and involves a lot of activites while talking.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    Do you find INTJ's boring when around them for too long?

    .... what? no
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    INTJ - The Scientists


    But this is not because they are INTJ.
    I find it with every one i am around, just need my alone time to recharge from social engagement.
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    Unknown Personality

    Nope (at least not the INTJ I know) but I'm an NF...as a matter of fact, the INTJ I know will talk to me endlessly; we can talk about anything too, and most of our conversations are very stimulating. I would say the longer I'm around him, the more fun he becomes :)
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    INFP - The Idealists

    Not at all. The INTJ i know including my INTJ husband always has interesting things to say. I feel comfortable communicating with them mostly because they are genuine , and are interested in my ideas. They are very patient/ kind, loyal and honest to a fault. I love how they can talk for hours about things they know, are passionate about. Anyone who thinks INTJ are boring obviously hasn't been trusted to the point of them letting loose and opening up. I don't have the same kind of expectations that some people do in their company. I appreciate people who are quiet and reserved, also people who don't jump at the chance to blab, like me for example unless they have something smart to say. INTJ can be quite silly and playful too, i think it all depends on the company as to whether you will see the real uncut version of this type. This has been my experience.
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    ISFJ - The Nurturers

    they dont bore me, i usually find them quite intriguing
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    :) No one understands absurdity and the humor therein quite like INTJs - it's so nice not to have to explain myself when I have a stupid thought or make a quirky observation. I only really get that with my INFP friend who's known me forever and with INTJs. XD If I have to explain why something struck me as funny....it's not funny anymore.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    This is pretty much the only subforum that I spend time in.
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