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Thanks to Tinder and OKCupid (and Hinge and Grindr and Happn and Flutter and Bumble and Raya and whatever app is about to come out tomorrow), there is a seemingly endless supply of options, and to make sense of them, we make snap decisions based on very little information. We do, and then we have to hope that the few hours we spend with a person won’t be a waste of time or the preamble to the news story about how we went missing.

Should you swipe left on someone just because they list the Grateful Dead as their favorite band? The Myers-Briggs data on someone’s profile offers another, more efficient way to tighten the process.

I might have just been hypersensitive after my rejection by Ted Kaczynski’s psychological twin, but after our date I started noticing how frequently people list their MBTI on OKCupid and Tinder profiles.

I messaged with Chi Guy66, a “shy midwesterner” whose profile revealed he enjoyed rock climbing and the National and was an ISFP. According to data from OKCupid, about 5 percent of users list their Myers-Briggs type on their profile.

We both enjoyed bike riding (admittedly, not a shocker in Brooklyn), were united in our distaste for veggies, and shared a love of junk food that would rival that of any teenager.

The evening had entered phase “banter foreplay” when out of nowhere he asked, “So, what’s your Myers-Briggs personality type?

“I am an extrovert, I like spending time with people, I like being close and open and talking and performing.

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Where he was an I, I was an E and that was all he needed to pass on a happy lifetime of southern-rap-soundtracked cross-country drives.Ken*, the date in question, revealed that his knowledge of the MBTI has really shaped how he approaches dating and relationships.He wouldn’t consider dating someone long-term if they weren’t a compatible sequence of letters.When mother-daughter team Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers started expanding Carl Jung’s personality theories to create an identity typology in 1926, they saw it as a way to help people find happiness through a better understanding of themselves and their preferences.They took Jung’s idea that four key elements in our personalities (sensation, intuition, feeling, and thinking) determine how we experience the world and define everything from our interests and values to our needs and motivations.

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