So what types are the most likely not to care about inputing emotion, like when someone asks me "how are you doing?" I might respond "uh yeah" or "alright" because I feel like other people need to cool down a little bit and not get me so involved. I want there to be a calm, relaxed atmosphere where I can think and reflect, and I tend to think other people are being invasive to my peace of mind, or trying to diverge my plans or thoughts. I know its weird, but I like when people leave me alone especially if we're hanging out together, we can each focus on different things, or not distract each other from our thoughts, but still be in each others company with the ability to share thoughts with one another, without over-doing it. I like going over to my friend's house where its pretty silent and irritant free, its rather dim, you can kind of get lost, but basically you're able to relax and have your own space, and you don't have to commit to people. You can go in and out and it's not like its some big deal that you're starting up the conversation again or disconnecting, and it's definitely no big deal that you're paying absolutely zero attention to what's going on around you.
I think ENTps are able to fit this profile pretty well, because they're Fi-PoLR so they're not really concerned with maintaining communication or keeping a close eye on connectivity, or caring much when something else comes up and there's a disconnect. Then especially the fact that they're static types and need to focus more on their thoughts, and Si-valuing they're not-decisive types, so they're naturally more relaxed and aren't of the mindset that they need to do something right away. I can picture more extroverted ENTps who talk a lot maybe going overboard and getting on my nerves, but they're pretty socially-conscious people because of Fe, they're just not always very interested in the social aspect, which is why I think they don't typically seem that extroverted, and are usually good at blending in by kind of fading out in to their head.
What do you think?