Suddenly I'm working with a whole ton of Deltas through an extra-cirricular club that I'm an officer in at work now (via company wide election)
There's an ISTp, an INFj, an ENFp, and an ESTj, a whole quadra of Deltas! This is great because I never really seem to run into a lot of Deltas. There's some others also but I haven't been able to type them yet. One I'm pretty sure is an ENTj (female, 40's) but of course she has herself so tied up in other projects that she hasn't been able to contribute much to this club, lol. Anyhow, I've noticed that the Deltas seem to have a little clique and all interact and get along great, but I get this somewhat "suspicious" vibe from them towards me, as if I'm going to rock the boat or something.
The ISTp is the club president and is a nice guy (early 40's, very fit) but has this incredibly cold and detached look on the outside. His gaze will freeze you, it's that cold, but it's just his natural look. He works out a lot, has stacks of empty salsa and other hot sauce bottles in his office, and is organizing a sky diving event for people in the company, lol. The INFj is a younger girl (probably early/mid-20's), very pretty, but always seems sorta distant and confused with a somewhat depressed look. When she smiles it's beautiful though. This is nearly identical in demeanor and expression to the last INFj I had any sort of interaction with, which is a rather long story. The ENFp (female, late-30's/early-40's) is a BLAST and also takes pretty good care of herself. She's the life of the party and perks everyone up, and has some of the funniest expressions I've ever seen. And the ESTj (female, 40's) is rather annoying. You can tell she likes to get her way and doesn't like to take no for an answer. She states how she thinks things should be and then has this sort of standoffish look that tells you you're in for a fight if you feel differently. At least those are the impressions I get. And when I say their type, I'm pretty darn certain or else I don't bother mentioning it.
So post up your experiences with Deltas, good and bad.