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This is a discussion on Ask the INTPs a question. within the INTP Forum - The Thinkers forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by Panwow I have an INTP friend that I don't really talk to in reality. But to extent ...
As an INTP, here is my opinion. If I like a girl, I really couldn't care where we went so long as it isnt mind-numbing( like Barney on ice), or against my principles (like a bar or strip club). I really wouldn't know where to go myself. So I would just leave it up to her because in my mind, the going out part, wherever we end up going, is for her fun and entertainment, I just want to be with her. For me going to the park and just sitting/walking around and talking is just as good a date as going to a nice restaurant uptown.
Places I wouldn't mind going to: restaurant, Audobon Aquarium, Zoo, IMAX, etc, park, museum, a Play, concert (including orchestras), a walk through the French Quarter, rent some Segways or just walk along the river front. Or stay at home and cook something together. Nothing involving horses... They stink really bad from my experience, not good for a date, lol.
I am sure there are more things I would do, but you get the idea. :)
Anyone else really easily amused by memes? Especially those meme animals, repeat same pic with captions about a certain topic over and over? I can't seem to get tired of them, some of those social-group oriented ones are such a nifty reflection of stereotyping and self-stereotyping and things that LIVE in such crowds.
Nurse student cat anyone? XD Chronic illness cat ('s great to see there's a rich source of snide sarcasm there)? Anthropology major fox?
Heck, mr Ridiculously Photogenic Guy totally made my day when I found out about'm xD It just makes me smile.
I don't like crowded places too. Anw if we were to watch a movie, what do we do before/after that. See! That's the really problem isn't
It. And yeahh i think you're right. He's actually quite sociable (sociable as in he knows how to behave in different situations). So it's fine. But wait no. In this case, he doesn't even know
Me in reality. So how's he even gonna know
How to act? Tricky.
ISTJs can (in my limited experience) be a bit overwhelming - do they have extroverted thinking? This is what I remember - needing to process all those extroverted thought processes. I felt I had limited time to process my own thoughts when I was around an ISTJ, which made me more quiet. I'd say these are things to consider (they may not apply to you) when thinking about a real life interaction.