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What do u think of intp female
And are they the most unliked type ?
And are they the most unliked type ?
I did the test online about four or five times and i get intpWhat are intp females like? (you are one?)
There's one in my area, and she's asexual. FML.OkCupid has many INTP females registered. You can search for INTP as an interest to see what they are like.
Haha, I like Bill Burr. I can listen to his podcast as long as I take breaks. He can be too negative sometimes, but damn he is hilarious. I'm a female INTP. I know what you mean about INFP, they need too much emotional support for me. I have found the ultimate relationship and it is with a well developed, older male INTP. He understands me on the deepest level possible and that has allowed us to develop deep love and trust for one another.There's one in my area, and she's asexual. FML.
I would give my left nut (you only need one) to go on a date with a female INTP. For some reason, the pattern in my life is that I continually attract INFPs that eventually accuse me of being a soulless robot...
Yeah, I find that my role in a relationship with female friends will have to be focused on the things I am good at -- (1) I'm a good listener and quick to understand what my friends are telling me and (2) I provide really good sensible advice. I've figured out how to deliver truth in ways that don't feel like slaps across the face, at this point in life, but it's still the focal point of my interactions. And while I can talk about experiences with them, I'm usually talking more about my areas of knowledge with my friends.... Most girls annoy me or I dismiss because I don't think I can connect with them intellectually. Also, they want to tell me all their problems and want emotional support.
I am this way a lot of the time as well. I actually give a shit about people. *shrug*Yeah, I find that my role in a relationship with female friends will have to be focused on the things I am good at -- (1) I'm a good listener and quick to understand what my friends are telling me and (2) I provide really good sensible advice. I've figured out how to deliver truth in ways that don't feel like slaps across the face, at this point in life, but it's still the focal point of my interactions. And while I can talk about experiences with them, I'm usually talking more about my areas of knowledge with my friends.
I've had other women who just want to talk or expect me to tell them what they want to hear and make them feel better, or expect me to constantly drop everything to listen to them when they have every little problem... and that kind of thing does not last long. I am really good at listening and providing coherent, workable advice and cutting through people's confusion; I am not good as a daily chat partner. So I have sometimes lost casual friends that way, they go and find someone else who does that kind of thing.
I felt bad at first because I am very adaptable and would like to think I can be everything to everyone but.... nope. Maybe on occasion, but I am who I am and can't long-term be someone else.
yessssTbh whenever you get a dominant introverted type with no Te, you're gonna get someone who's likely to go unnoticed/slip under most people's perception.
I don't think "disliked" is correct because of the innocuous nature of the INTP male in general (unless it's the cynical flavor that is always telling everyone why their ideas are stupid and their traditions are abusive). Mostly where the INTP male would be an irritant would mainly be with structured people who feel they have a finely honed process in place or some worthwhile tradition, while he simply floats along doing his own thing without regard and/or inadvertently derailing things. Or they might think he is weak if they are strong Te folks or Type A folks and he is not conforming to some male-gendered social model or taking charge/responsibility in the ways they expect.Most disliked type would likely go to male INTPs honestly. Lack of Te, combined with the immature social skills, need for solitary time and not being actively curbed by socialization to be more outgoing leads to basically most denizens of the r/incels board. Shame, cause a healthy male INTP can be very engaging and fun to talk to.
Another thing to take into account is type maturity. Being fairly young most types around me, including intps, aren't very mature.Folks, you gotta ask yourselves what the hell the dominant function of an introvert has to do with the way they are perceived from the outside. Even by mbti theory that doesn't make sense. The whole thing sounds like the classic misguided interpretation of what introvert means - that it supposedly means "recluse" or something. I don't buy that story. INTPs go unnoticed and don't make things happen? You should ask my former employers about that. I personally have bever been content with being some invisible worker bee. INTPs are socially immature? Folks, once again, with the emotional acuity, the analytical mindset, and a bit of practice - the INTP is like muthafuckin Neo in the matrix. I can see things in slow motion and shit.
Hahah!!! What is your type, may I ask? I can be very unfriendly/mean if I don't like the people I am around. Then again, I can be the sweetest, most caring person... it all depends on who you are or who I am around. The people that see me as a cold, uncaring bitch are people I don't give a shit about in the first place because I don't like them. And I can figure out if I like you or not within the first few seconds of meeting you or seeing you. It's why you got to see that side of me. I can be the coldest, uncaring person on the planet if you get on my bad list. And I mean ice cold...the most socially disliked are intj females :
- detached Ni when she should have great Se (and this shit is inferior in her)= crazy bitch
- kind of immature Fi when she should have strong Fi or Fe (caregiver for individual person -loyal or tending for groups -loyal) Fi in trietary - a lot of butthurt and recjection = cold bitch
- and that fucking TE. Outspoken and daring to argue with mighty ESTJ men. = mean bitch
crazy cold mean bitch.
That's good she was aware enough and articulate enough to do that.Maybe not disliked, but definately overlooked and ignored the most. I’ve only met one INTP female (at least one that I was certain was an INTP). They were a teacher I had in college for psychology.
I got along with her alright, but she was a bit too serious too often for my liking. (I’m ENTP) She was actually quite self-aware of how she is and would often say things like, “I know I seem unfeeling, but I’m actually feeling ‘X’”. She likely did this because the class was about 99% Feelers. It was a class specifically designed for developmental child psychology.
Yeah my brother is an INTP and trying to figure out what he is feeling is impossible. I sort of have to play a guessing game. I swear he doesn’t even seem to know exactly how he feels half the time! Laughing for him -like you- is probably the only emotion he will show, but it is still quite restrained.That's good she was aware enough and articulate enough to do that.
it can be frustrating -- we have to translate our feelings into ideas and relay them that way because often having an observable spontaneous feeling response isn't a natural thing. (It can happen, sure, although it's usually the extreme responses -- fury, excitement, or hilarity -- and if it's one of the first two, usually it gets reined in really fast. I think hilarity is the one emotion I usually don't restrain or I restrain the least.... esp if I've been drinking, lolz. I kinda go nuts in the laughter area.)
Anyway, just saying... while I like having control over my emotions and only letting out what seems to be consistent with my actual thoughts, at the same time it can be frustrating at how easy emotional display can be for others in situations I wish I was more emotional in. I gave a presentation for recording at work this week and I had to actually add inflection to my voice .... it's exhausting, and I can't do it without conscious effort; meanwhile, one of the other women (very very F, she frustrates me with her lack of rationality sometimes) can express her emotional state in visage and inflection without any effort at all.
It's contextual, and lots of things feed into it. For example:The INTP teacher I had seemed to be quite reserved in all emotions though. The lack of humour is what made me say a bit too serious for my liking. That’s not to say she never made jokes or laughed. I think it was because of her first few jokes she tried to make. They WERE funny (to me), but the delivery to a bunch of F’s left blank stares, so that was the end of that. Could also just be the role of teacher isn’t one where it is really proper to be joking often?
Alas ... Extroverted Feelers may be the best at expressing and precious little aside from histrionic drivel TO express;one of the other women (very very F, she frustrates me with her lack of rationality sometimes) can express her emotional state in visage and inflection without any effort at all.
Sure about that? I wouldn't even give my left nut for an INFJ (I've found one though, and there's never been a dull moment in 7 years). I don't think that M-B type is a major thing to consider when finding a date, it's interesting but overrated. It's hard for me to say that when considering my weakness for INFJ women, but maybe there's a factor other than type that draws us to each other.I would give my left nut (you only need one) to go on a date with a female INTP.