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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    Lol! You know you're fucked when there's an Urban Dictionary entry for ya.

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    so...i think as long as you're just being friendly and warm with someone than it's okay but there is a line and you shouldn't cross it unless you mean it....imo.

    eta: what a judgmental sounding statement...didn't mean it that way. that was an attempt at advice for the op
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    Lol! You know you're fucked when there's an Urban Dictionary entry for ya.
    omg that was SO funny...haha...he said careful...she's a total enfp...haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by seeker22 View Post
    Precisely. This is EXACTLY the kind of interaction I have been referring to. I see no "unspoken sexual promise" anywhere in this equation.
    Sorry, I didn't mean to imply otherwise. I did try to make the distinction clear in my post(s).

    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    so...i think as long as you're just being friendly and warm with someone than it's okay but there is a line and you shouldn't cross it unless you mean it....imo.
    Yup. People (usually men) can still get confused by over-friendliness but you can't hold yourself accountable for them reading more into the situation than was warranted.

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    Sorry i read (past tense) too much into it.
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    I see where you are coming from...

    I own these actions: having an intense conversation with someone, smiling, making eye contact, being completely engaged, showing warmth and empathy, asking questions, giving feedback and positive attention, laughing, validating their perspective thoughts or feelings, demonstrating curiosity in regard to the recipient's life and plight, humorously joking and having witty banter...

    The above described behavior is CLASSIC ENFP behavior - TOWARDS EVERYONE!

    So, what I DON'T own is, after the interaction I just described, the recipient walking away going "YEP! That person WANTS me!

    I don't even know if it would be fair to call that behavior flirting, but ENFPs are often ACCUSED of it. That is, most people misconstrue the attention that ENFPs naturally and sincerely lavish on them. So then, we are "branded" flirts. And this is what I question.

    Regarding dating an ENFP - it seems, if you truly love them, it follows that you will also TRULY UNDERSTAND THEM. That being said, anyone who is romantically involved with an ENFP would hopefully know, accept, and appreciate this about their ENFP, rather than feel insecure or threatened by it or read way more into it than actually exists.

    This type of FRIENDLY behavior is innate for an ENFP. Would you expect an INTP to call you twice a day just to say hi? Absolutely not. You have to know and accept that INTPs have a higher personal space circle. Likewise, generally speaking, ENFPs have a personal magnetism that *just IS.*

    I do not like to see ENFPs condemned for something that is as natural to them as breathing.

    We accept the nuances of other types, and we deserve the same understanding and respect that we give to other types.

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    true...seeker i agree if we engage with people that way...it means we like you and enjoy your company doesn't mean we want to date you...we/i do act much differently when we do want to date you i think. it's just that people who don't know you don't realize that yet...i think when we are actually flirting it's pretty obvious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Bingo.

    I will say that my flirtatious and goofy forum behavior is nonexistent when I navigate myself socially, in the real world. If I encounter flirtation I get immediately suspicious.
    That's so funny because online, I am much sterner and colder and detached. This computer is a wall for me. In person, I am much more gregarious and outgoing. It's hard for me to go 10 minutes without laughter. Is that flirting? I don't think so, but others might.

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    Seeker: I so totally agree with you. Unfortunately the world is never gonna understand nor change. That's why I started working with disclaimers. Saves me a lot of trouble that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    That's so funny because online, I am much sterner and colder and detached. This computer is a wall for me. In person, I am much more gregarious and outgoing. It's hard for me to go 10 minutes without laughter. Is that flirting? I don't think so, but others might.
    i am too...i suck at foruming kinda. i don't feel like my personality comes out in text...which is beyond frustrating for me!

    and laughing?? really is that considered flirting because i'm a happy laugh a lot kind of person too...hmmmm.
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