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    oh a nice looking guy like you? sooo humble... how cute...

    like that...haha
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    I've been accused of flirting but I have no idea what it is, how to do it, or when I'm doing it.
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    I'm going to post exactly what I posted in another topic, so I'm sorry if I seem to be veering off-topic at all here. The question was: "What do ISTJ girls think about flirtatious? What do they consider to be flirtatious?" etc.:

    "When it comes to flirting I am lost... If I think I'm getting all the right signals out there it doesn't seem to change anything (I think my 'flirtatious' mode is equivalent to the extraverts' 'normal' mode, so it probably indicates nothing), but when I don't even intend to flirt my friends have told me I'm coming on too strong. I've been in situations where I've got really angry at guys who won't leave me alone when I'm evidently not interested and they keep on, claiming I'm playing hard to get.

    As for guys flirting, ummm, again, I've thought guy friends have been flirting with me because we seem to bond really well, then they turn around and say "I really like [insert friend's name here], could you help me get with her?" I'm honourable, so I help them. Maybe it means I've also completely missed actual flirting cues from guys as well.

    (What I consider to be signs of flirtatiousness)
    Showing an interest in me, laughing at my 'jokes' (frequently unintentionally funny statements that I've made), trying to get physically close to me. Alternatively, I've had the old "Can I sleep with you/spend the night with you" line a couple of times, or they make really sexually overt statements. Do I seem easy?? "


    Other ISTJ females seemed to particularly agree with my first paragraph. I couldn't explain why though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    oh a nice looking guy like you? sooo humble... how cute...

    like that...haha

    Haha, but without the smiley I would take that as someone just being nice (even with the smiley actually).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Haha, but without the smiley I would take that as someone just being nice (even with the smiley actually).
    well i guess it matters how it's said...just like anything...tone...body language all that stuff...

    and i'm really not much of a flirt...but i know what it looks like...maybe my ne helps??
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    well i guess it matters how it's said...just like anything...tone...body language all that stuff...

    and i'm really not much of a flirt...but i know what it looks like...maybe my ne helps??
    Yes! Interpreting meaning between seemingly unrelated things, is a good flirt dectector I'd say. Whereas I might see the action/s clearly but what it means seems like anyone's guess (to me).

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    I am the textbook definition of "oblivious." Oy, some of the opportunities I've missed ... :confused:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Yes! Interpreting meaning between seemingly unrelated things, is a good flirt dectector I'd say. Whereas I might see the action/s clearly but what it means seems like anyone's guess (to me).
    right...you're probably right...doesn't mean we always know but see it as a possibility maybe??
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    Meh, flirting is overrated. I just club them over the head with a club and drag them by the hair back to their cave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    right...you're probably right...doesn't mean we always know but see it as a possibility maybe??
    Yeah I think someone comfortable with Ne would be more comfortable in assigning meaning to that sort of stuff.

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