An INTP in Class
- Teacher: *says something that sparks INTP's interest* And now let's open this topic up for discussion!
- INTP: *formulates beautifully phrased contribution which ties in subjects from other classes, current events, and deep philosophical questions about life, the universe, and everything* *finally raises hand*
- Teacher: Is there something you'd like to add?
- INTP: *realizes that the topic has shifted and comment is no longer relevant* *panics*
- Teacher: *cue condescension* Did you forget what you were going to say?
- INTP: No, I uh, I just.. think that they made a really uh good um point right then. Yeah... I definitely.. agree with ya know what um they *gestures vaguely to several students* said about um, that topic. For sure. Definitely.
- INFJ: HAHAHA. Come here, I have to show you this funny video on youtube!!
- INTP: What is it?
- INFJ: ...
- INTP: Is it more baby goats?
- INFJ: ... Please?
- INTP: No.
- INTP: Ugh. Other people. God forbid they just do what I say.
- INFJ is searching for a pair of scissors. Opens the drawer reserved for knives, forks and spoons and finds a stick of butter among the flatware. Looks over at INTP, who is eating a giant bowl of broccoli while internetting.
- INFJ: Did you put butter on your broccoli?
- INTP: 'Course.
- INFJ: Did you put the butter away?
- INTP hesitates.
- INTP: ...yes?
- INFJ: I love driving around early in the morning, when no one else is on the road. It feels like there's been an apocalypse.
me: mom, when’s the dinner ready?
mom: why, are you hungry?
HAHA NO MOM I NEED THAT FOR MY COLLEGE APPLICATION
Even my pet can show more emotions than me.
And I’m just “showing” my emotions like:
Whenever I’m watching a movie, listening to an audio book, or reading a story, I root for the intelligent villain rather than the imbecilic hero.
- INTP: *deeply unsettled* There are children everywhere.