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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    I've noticed that e6 women are terrible at flirting. I hsve noticed that in all e6 women i know. Could it be a coincidence or is it type related? I have never attempted to flirt with an e6 though.

    E6 men seem to be okay with it.

    I'm pretty bad at it.

    Either too much pressure or I don't even get the hint :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    I'm pretty bad at it.

    Either too much pressure or I don't even get the hint :/
    Yeah it seems they don't get hints. Do you not enjoy flirting?

    However i have noticed that it's easy to make them laugh. Atleast i find it easy. But suddenly after a few hearty chuckles they confuse you with a period of apparent annoyance and bad moods. It's no easy task ti deal with e6 women. Unpredictable i find them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Yeah it seems they don't get hints. Do you not enjoy flirting?

    However i have noticed that it's easy to make them laugh. Atleast i find it easy. But suddenly after a few hearty chuckles they confuse you with a period of apparent annoyance and bad moods. It's no easy task ti deal with e6 women. Unpredictable i find them.

    It is very easy to make me laugh.

    Yea, I have effectively been able to "flirt" with one person ... I don't even know if they thought it was flirting though. ha ha

    That's the way it's gotta be.

    No pressure. Once I know you like me...there's pressure. Even if you don't admit to it or anything...it's all in the head...gotta be prepared for anything you know?

    So I would say teasing is the best method. Always, always, always keep it light though.

    You know...tease her on something that she's confident in.

    Just say "are you sure you're such and such?" but in a joking manner. stuff like that. Use irony.

    Especially if they have a counterphobic streak. They'll wanna playfully strike back.

    I always prefer to physically wrestle than verbally.

    Unless they're a wing 5....then you're outta luck

    I don't get 5's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    It is very easy to make me laugh.

    Yea, I have effectively been able to "flirt" with one person ... I don't even know if they thought it was flirting though. ha ha

    That's the way it's gotta be.

    No pressure. Once I know you like me...there's pressure. Even if you don't admit to it or anything...it's all in the head...gotta be prepared for anything you know?

    So I would say teasing is the best method. Always, always, always keep it light though.

    You know...tease her on something that she's confident in.

    Just say "are you sure you're such and such?" but in a joking manner. stuff like that. Use irony.

    Especially if they have a counterphobic streak. They'll wanna playfully strike back.

    I always prefer to physically wrestle than verbally.

    Unless they're a wing 5....then you're outta luck

    I don't get 5's
    Thanks you for your reply.

    Oh yeah teasing seems to be the best and luckily i am really good at it. However we are talking about e6s. They see threats everywhere even if it's a harmless joke. Actually you never know what would tick them off: even if it's a harmless joke directed st something they are confident in they would manage to get offended or threatened. Keeping it light is easy but not so easy with e6s.

    Sad isn't it? Mild teasing is the best way to flirt with an e6 but that make joke that made them laugh could send them to a period of paranoia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    It is very easy to make me laugh.

    Yea, I have effectively been able to "flirt" with one person ... I don't even know if they thought it was flirting though. ha ha

    That's the way it's gotta be.

    No pressure. Once I know you like me...there's pressure. Even if you don't admit to it or anything...it's all in the head...gotta be prepared for anything you know?

    So I would say teasing is the best method. Always, always, always keep it light though.

    You know...tease her on something that she's confident in.

    Just say "are you sure you're such and such?" but in a joking manner. stuff like that. Use irony.

    Especially if they have a counterphobic streak. They'll wanna playfully strike back.

    I always prefer to physically wrestle than verbally.

    Unless they're a wing 5....then you're outta luck

    I don't get 5's
    Thanks you for your reply.

    Oh yeah teasing seems to be the best and luckily i am really good at it. However we are talking about e6s. They see threats everywhere even if it's a harmless joke. Actually you never know what would tick them off: even if it's a harmless joke directed st something they are confident in they would manage to get offended or threatened. Keeping it light is easy but not so easy with e6s.

    Sad isn't it? Mild teasing is the best way to flirt with an e6 but that same joke that made them laugh could send them to a swirl of paranoia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Thanks you for your reply.

    Oh yeah teasing seems to be the best and luckily i am really good at it. However we are talking about e6s. They see threats everywhere even if it's a harmless joke. Actually you never know what would tick them off: even if it's a harmless joke directed st something they are confident in they would manage to get offended or threatened. Keeping it light is easy but not so easy with e6s.

    Sad isn't it? Mild teasing is the best way to flirt with an e6 but that make joke that made them laugh could send them to a period of paranoia.


    What does she do when you make a joke? How do you know about the paranoia?

    Yea, I would just keep making the same teasing joke then, every time. Same line. Slip it in whenever you can.

    I know it works on me ha ha

    You can't pick something that she feels ashamed of though...what are you joking about? lmao

    Also don't try to hard. lol I know from my experience....I can't stand a guy trying to hard. Is she sp dom?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post


    What does she do when you make a joke? How do you know about the paranoia?

    Yea, I would just keep making the same teasing joke then, every time. Same line. Slip it in whenever you can.

    I know it works on me ha ha

    You can't pick something that she feels ashamed of though...what are you joking about? lmao

    Also don't try to hard. lol I know from my experience....I can't stand a guy trying to hard. Is she sp dom?
    Like i said earlier i am not flirting with any e6 and never has .

    Being able to quickly sum up the situation and body language i am able to figure out what works on who and whether people are comfortable THOUGH I AM AND WILL NOT ADAPT TO CERTAIN TYPES OF REQUIREMENTS. I intentionally indicate my differences and doesn't even try to adapt. This way the female would know who i am and what makes ME comfortable .

    To answer your questions i will share my experiences with one particular girl.

    Note that i am not hitting on her. Although she is pretty and classy my sp screams at me to stay away due to certain reasons. We are really good friends and she knows that i like her as a friend. (To make sure she knows this i usually inquire about her bf, indicates they make a nice couple and show girls that i am dating -i have a habit of talking about my dating life and inquire and imply happiness about relationships of girls i befriend to put their guards down.)

    So answering your questions: she laughs untill she can't talk anymore. I know she is paranoid when she stops talking to me sometimes for a few days. Again she smiles and talks to me. It's annoying because the same joke that made her laugh would get her into bad mood and most of my jokes are harmless lame jokes repeated again and again with exaggeration and irony (just like you said). Anyway the reason she gets mad could be because she is quite young.

    Anyway you were spot on about the repeating thing. However i am really good at it Nd this seems to work on most girls. However exceptionally good skills of reading facial expressions is required. But Nyway you might have a point in that it works a lot on e6 girls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Like i said earlier i am not flirting with any e6 and never has .
    Totally missed that part ha ha wooooooopsie

    So answering your questions: she laughs untill she can't talk anymore. I know she is paranoid when she stops talking to me sometimes for a few days. Again she smiles and talks to me.
    Sounds sp/sx

    It's annoying because the same joke that made her laugh would get her into bad mood and most of my jokes are harmless lame jokes repeated again and again with exaggeration and irony (just like you said). Anyway the reason she gets mad could be because she is quite young.
    Yea I got nothing on that.... maybe she wants more serious convo then.... I'd have to see the face.

    Is she NF, or Fe?

    If so that's why I got nothin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    Totally missed that part ha ha wooooooopsie



    Sounds sp/sx



    Yea I got nothing on that.... maybe she wants more serious convo then.... I'd have to see the face.

    Is she NF, or Fe?

    If so that's why I got nothin.
    She's a estp. How did you get sp/sx? Her lack of need of so (desire to keep relationships smooth?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    She's a estp. How did you get sp/sx? Her lack of need of so (desire to keep relationships smooth?).
    Fe.

    I have no grounding there. Can't even begin to understand...even for a tertiary.

    I am a little surprised though...I don't EVER find ESTP's to be.........moody....they laugh at everything...they are just focused on themselves...they don't have time to project "moods" onto others....imo

    You guys must be really close? That's the only time I see a "mood" outta them.

    You sure she's not a less developed INFJ? They have the same functions. And an estp is more likely to be a 7 than a 6.

    ****

    Either way.

    I'm sp/sx.

    I kinda got the vibe, I could be wrong though I guess.

    It's cause she goes away for a couple days

    An sp/sx interaction usually goes something like this :

    person A (sp/sx) "hi"
    person B (anyone other than sx last) "hi"

    A "tells 1/4 to 1/2 life story"
    B "tells the same or usually more"

    A&B connect in awesome way

    They end the convo of 4 hours not stop...or whatever it is, however long, could be shorter

    Next couple days B does not hear from A

    Then A returns when ready to talk about what A's digested.

    Don't bother A while they're gone though. Unless you want the absence period to be longer
    "Once the game is over, the Pawn and the King go back into the same box"

    Freedom isn't free.
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    I'm that person that embodies pretty much everything that you hate. Might as well get used to it.
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