edit: Typo on "ignoring" and can't edit the title ...boo hoo
Anyway, I just read another thread that mentioned how duals can ignore each other at first. I noticed this over the weekend, and am curious about other's stories of this happening.
So this weekend, I got about 15 people together (almost all hadn't met each other). I knew everyone's types, so it was interesting to see who talked to each other and who didn't....
So here is some random info:
The ISFp and ENTp did not talk at all. This surprised me.
The ENTp talked to an ISTj the most, in a conversation where the ISTj related facts from the news.
I talked the the ISFp (who wasn't talking to anyone else) the most, followed by an ESTj.
Another ENFp mostly talked to an ESFp and the ISFp.
An ESFj talked to an ESTj for quite a while.
An ESTp and INFp talked mostly to each other (arrived together), left often to do their own thing, and then would return and barely speak to anyone else until the very end (could have been shy though).
The INTj mostly talked to the ISTj, though kept trying to start conversations w/ me, but I was busy w/ food stuff at that moment.
The ESFj and INTj talked for a while, but didn't seem to have any special connection.
The ISFp asked the ESTj if she could have an extra slice of pizza, and the ESTj snapped "well how many people are there? Is there enough for everyone?" And the ISFp was very hurt. Later, the ESTj apologized and felt very bad about it. The ISFp explained she was sensitive about such things.
Another INFp talked to just about everyone, and was very friendly. However, she mostly talked to the ISTj and the ESTp.
Also interesting, the ISTj jumped at the chance to keep score during a game, and handled all of the (what i consider boring) tasks such as timing things, and making sure rules were followed, which rocked.
I kept wondering why the duals didn't hang more. So perhaps this is why it's hard to get the dual thing started?