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    I wouldn't say I have a silly switch, I would say I have a serious switch.
    When around friends, or with at least one of them in public I'm usually being silly a lot and laugh all the time. I'm also very expressive.
    When I'm on my own in public, however, I tend to be a lot more reserved.

    Quote Originally Posted by itwasniceknowingyou View Post
    infp's and enfp's are the silliest. i had serious problems with laughing when a teacher was telling me off. occasionally I still laugh when it's really not appropriate......but i think most people do.
    Yes, laughing in inappropriate situations is basically my shtick

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    INFP silly switch? Heck yes!

    When I do something unexpected and goofy, it's usually my way of saying, "Hey friend, I want to fill your life with laughter and happiness."

    It's so wonderful to see a friend laugh with joy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zenihita View Post
    I wouldn't say I have a silly switch, I would say I have a serious switch.
    When around friends, or with at least one of them in public I'm usually being silly a lot and laugh all the time. I'm also very expressive.
    When I'm on my own in public, however, I tend to be a lot more reserved.


    Yes, laughing in inappropriate situations is basically my shtick
    That sounds about right I approve of this message, ha ha
    ...enter silly moment accompanied with a vivid memory slide and associations that I have no idea what they have to do with the current situation... aaaand I`m back.

    Although I have to say the silly gets dangerously out of control when I`m with an ENFP friend. We have a similar sense of humour, and I usually do lots of hand gestures/excessive body language and repeated laughing over the subject some time later cuz it`s just too funny to be able to let it go just with a laugh. The other people around are mostly like: , which of course makes it even funnier

    And the remembering of funny moments keeps me entertained at hopefully not an inapropriate time, when I`m in class or in a bookstore, cuz it`s probably not that funny to the shop clerk seing some girl laughing over Dracula.

    cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by + patch View Post
    I sometimes test INFP, so I was wondering if the famed ENFP silly switch also happens to introverts. I sometimes test INTJ or ENTP because I have a serious intellectual side. Actually, I might wake up in a mood where Im not serious at all, and stay that way for a time. A couple of ENFPs I know can be silly continually.
    man if i could switch that thing 100% of the time i'de do it. Sometimes i just can't do it

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    i totally have silly switch

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    I always goof around. But, I can be serious when I want to be.

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    Just read Orobas post where they said "Ne burp" seriously that
    turned on my silly switch very quickly.

    Wouldn't want it any other way.
    But like others have said, can be very serious
    as needed .
    What is Feeling?
    Feeling is primarily a process.....that imparts to the content a definite value in the sense of acceptance or rejection. In the same way that thinking organizes the contents of consciousness under concepts, feeling arranges them according to their value. Feeling, like thinking, is a rational function, since values in general are assigned according to the laws of reason...
    (Carl Jung, Psychological Types, Chapter XI - Definitions)

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    Quote Originally Posted by + patch View Post
    I sometimes test INFP, so I was wondering if the famed ENFP silly switch also happens to introverts. I sometimes test INTJ or ENTP because I have a serious intellectual side. Actually, I might wake up in a mood where Im not serious at all, and stay that way for a time. A couple of ENFPs I know can be silly continually.
    Yes.

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    Oh I have a very very big silly switch. Only my true friends know about it. I think its why my husband fell in love with me. I can't even explain it, except that its often nonsensical and overly silly, and accompanied by a lot of laughter.
    I want to be alive To all the life that is in me now, to know each moment to the uttermost.
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    If the conditions are right, and everything is perfect, the silly and randawesome come out. Then again I do tend to laugh and smile at most everything remotely funny.

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