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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    Hey that's the first time I've seen Louis ck typed as enfp. That's kinda funny. I'd like to claim him but idk I thought he was intp.

    I'm super smilie tho and people always say I have bright sparkly eyes. I think it's just the happy coming out probably.
    please please change pic, i already know i'm going to slobber every time i see you posts

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post
    I've noticed a weird mix of eyes with ENFP's. Some seem very focused. Other ENFP's seem to have bouncy eyes. As though they really aren't here on the same plane.
    When you mean 'bouncy', do you mean that their eyes open up so wide as if it gives the impression of a ball, looking out for possibilities or opportunities?
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    I have noticed a pattern on how the smile builds up and how the eyes are expressing the smile, but i cant really see it from pictures.
    I think Ariana Grande is a good example of this; she smiles with her eyes but you can tell she's looking through you, which gives her a soft, yet focused gaze.

    Might want to compare her and Olivia Munn, whom I think is another ENFP. While her eyes are less 'bouncy', they're just as focused.
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    Yeah but that's enfp posey smile its nothing like the real enfp smiley smile.
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    @Vetani

    Sort of like what Pink graffiti said:

    Quote Originally Posted by pinkgraffiti View Post
    people always say that i look like a have very "lively" or intense eyes. i've heard that since my childhood. basically that i look very interested or intelligent.
    the second thing is that i'm often "told off" (in a nice way) for not paying attention or bouncing a lot with my eyes. so i guess both things are true. i know that if i'm not engaged in conversation, then i'm probably looking around observing everyone and jumping from most interesting to most interesting. i have a non-judgmental thing of just looking and noticing patterns or interesting things. at the same time that i'm doing this, my mind wanders off to other things i remember, like what i read in the newspaper, to a conversation i had with a friend, to plans for the near future. my mind is always at top speed and alternating between observing the real world and going into my imagination. oh, and i don't have a lot of patience for sitting still and listening to you talk...if what you meant to say is not clear within a few seconds, then my mind just wanders off.
    There are two ENFP's I know of, in particular, who had these very sort of 'bouncy' eyes. They seemed more heavily in their Ne world with far less Si to stabilize them.

    I've met other ENFP's who were more grounded, too. Could be an enneagram difference. ENFP 7's vs ENFP 4's, maybe?
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    spontaneous, silly smile



    posed smile



    spontaneous, happy smile


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    All the ENFPs I know have very "sparkly" eyes when they smile. Their smiles always seem very genuine, too. Maybe that's why I like ENFPs so much.

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    Yes, this looks a lot like me...
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