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    I love crazy girls, they're so much fun - and they balance my social clumsiness. I suck at flirting though; if I'm not in a group of total strangers, I'll joke around everybody except for the chick I have a crush on. Bah, I surely have a long way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raz View Post
    I hate giggling. It makes me want to kill a kitten. That and ditziness. Whoever thought that a ditzy girl was attractive has issues. I'd say my flirting is more toward logical contradictions and playful correcting of the people around me.
    Wow...sexy

    which type is more prone to go directly to the person he/she likes (based on physical attirance) and starts flirting on an obvious way (physical touch, smiling looking in the eyes), while there's nothing yet between the 2 of them, except getting to know each other in a social situation?
    I can do this, but it doesn't mean I'm good at doing it, ahah.
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    As a general rule, I both hate, and suck at flirting.

    The more I care about someone, the less forthcoming I am with flattery, usually.

    I do love to make people feel good, though, and that can come off as flirting, I think.

    I tend to be a loooooot more flirtatious over the internet than in real life.

    I think I might have a flirty disposition, though I am not, in actuality, a flirt, if that makes sense.

    Sometimes, when in an especially chipper mood, I will flirt with people, both men and women alike, for fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge View Post
    my enfp friend giggles like crazy when shes with a guy she likes.
    its disgusting
    Heheh I'm this way too!!

    I get really coyish, smiley, talk less, shy, timid around a guy I find oozing with sexiness.. his personality, man hands, kind heart? I can't help it but to get all self-conscious. I wanna kick myself!

    Figures why I never meet a nice shy guy, bc I'm shy with guys I'm attracted to.. Contrary to popular belief (garbage), I TRULY like nice guys! My dad was a nice guy. He made a strong impression of the types of guys who would treat a lady right! I love mi padre.. R.I.P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raz View Post
    I hate giggling. It makes me want to kill a kitten. That and ditziness. Whoever thought that a ditzy girl was attractive has issues.
    GOOD. MORE FOR ME.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raz View Post
    I hate giggling. It makes me want to kill a kitten.
    As far as flirting goes I like giggling. It makes me want to play with the little pussy cat.

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    If I try to make myself flirt, it doesn't work very well. It also doesn't work if I think he's not into me at least a little bit to begin with.

    But when I meet a guy who seems fairly open to having a conversation, I get more energetic and giggly, and I tease him. I'm also prone to do a little bit of ego stroking and ask more questions about him. It's all really subtle though, not something I really notice at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cality View Post
    Do you think, people might flirt differently depending on their type (amoung other reasons)?

    What differences could you tell?
    i'm not sure i can tell a type related difference...my guess would be that it would have more to do with confidence.

    for me personally...it's not something i've really thought about. i just have a genuine reaction to people so...if somebody brings that out in me then i guess i do.
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    Extroverts tend to be more overtly flirty than introverts, (duh).

    And feelers are just plain better at it!
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    I'm not sure I even really know what flirting is.

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