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This is a discussion on What turns you ISTP boys on? ;) within the ISTP Forum - The Mechanics forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; Originally Posted by Ludendorff Any interest in economics is definitely great. oh. My. God. The first time I've ever heard ...
For me, I would say physically she has to look at least moderately attractive. I'm assuming everyone kind of gets the general idea on that. The less makeup you can use and still pull off being attractive, the better.
Personality-wise I would definitely say fun, outgoing, and competitive. If a girl approaches me first, it makes her seem immensely more attractive. A girl's ability to keep up with my Se and enjoy doing crazy shit is always a major turn-on as well.
I don't like the feel of makeup when I touch it. Don't know if that make sense, but yeah.
Some girl are real artist with it, but more often than not they should avoid it. I never want to hear about it though, it's on of the most boring subject of conversation ever created. Wear what make you feel pretty or stay natural, you wont magically become attractive because you paint yourself. Same thing with clothes, to a certain extent.
I tend to prefer tomboyish girls. No interest in barbie girls and fashionista, and I generally have nothing in common with them.
Other than that, intelligent and funny girls. If they are artistic and nerdy, that's even better.
What I'm getting here is that you ISTP boys would do very well with stereotypical ExTJ girls. Apparently the attraction of one of the common MBTI compatibility theories is true. The general idea is that you like a woman that is initiative, intelligent, funny, real, confident, outgoing, fun, and great at sex. She has to be able to call you out on your BS and stand on her own. Obviously, she would have to be physically attractive, however you like it...
The biggest one for me is an adequate level of intelligence. If I can't have quality conversations with you, that's the biggest turn off for me. I like curves. Sense of humor is a must. Also being into one of the activities I find interest in is also a must. She doesn't have to be into many of them but if the lady isn't into any of my interests I will get bored. When I get bored, the relationship goes purely physical and I have to move on at that point. I also need a woman who will have her own interests that we can do separate from each other. It isn't healthy to spend every free minute together.
Shake that lady hump
I... I think I would need her to be a feeler. Hear me out, before calling me a therapist (also thanks for the concern). I want to develop myself as much as possible. When it comes to skills I just just flit around doing whatever is the most productive at the time, however when it comes to cognative functions I can only really learn by observation. I understand that emotions are vital in life and I think that being with a feeler would develop my own balance considerably. Because of that I find compassionate people really attractive.
She would have to accept rational logic though.