INTP: ESFJ is in town and wants to hang out.
ENFP: That’s nice!
INTP: No, you don’t understand. I don’t want to hang out with anyone.
ENFP: Oh. Tell her you’re busy?
INTP: I overuse that excuse, and I’m rarely actually busy. She’ll call me out on my bs.
ENFP: Tell her you’re sick?
INTP: Even worse, she’d invite herself over to make me soup or something.
ENFP: Did you leave her on read?
INTP: No, I’m not an idiot. I never opened the message, I just checked the notification.
ENFP: Ignore it for now and let her know later that you were too busy to respond?
INTP: I would do that, but knowing her I can’t leave the house to buy food without running into her or someone she knows who is bound to report back to her, allowing her to call me out on my bs.
ENFP: I… I don’t know what to tell you. Just agree to meet up, but let her know you need to be somewhere later as an excuse to leave early?
INTP: But I don’t want to see her! Or anyone! I WANT TO BE ALONE.
ENFP: You’re always alone. A couple of hours of catching up won’t kill you.
INTP: If I ration out what food I have as of right now, I can go a week without any grocery shopping, and it significantly reduces my risks of running into her.
ENFP: Bravo, my litte introverted train wreck.
INFJ: Hey, INTP… I accidentally made plans with ESFJ, and you’re coming with me.
INTP: YOU WHAT?
INFJ: I may have opened the notification by accident…
INFJ: I didn’t want to leave her on read so I responded, and we talked for a bit and suddenly we’re having coffee with her on Sunday. I’m sorry, I panicked!
INTP: You are a disgrace to introverts around the world, you know that?