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    Sugar Hiccup OrangeAppled's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    Silly switch is fun as long as the audience understands. This is why I often only allow it when no one is around.


    It's nice when I feel comfortable enough with someone to get silly and not feel like a dork (in the bad way).
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    When alcohol or large amounts of sugar are involved! heh

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    Yes. Happens most of the times with my ISFP friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by songofcalamity View Post
    Yes. Happens most of the times with my ISFP friend.
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    Silly is good, ya! But yeah, I have to feel safe to do it. I like laughing...I should do more often.
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    yer, we do have silly switches

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    it's called the clitoris.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocap View Post
    it's called the clitoris.
    LOL

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    oh, it turns out after all comparison ENFPs with INFPs that only difference is that INFPs are less expressive... :confused:
    I think that can't be only difference. I think the vibe of INFPs and ENFPs is quite different, like ENFPs can sound less deep and more superficial than INFPs because we value expression more than thinking things trough. Maybe, just an idea.
    For example, my INFP friend rarely has silly switch on her own. Even when we're two together alone I'm always the one initiating jokes and being silly, I lead more than her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chloee View Post
    oh, it turns out after all comparison ENFPs with INFPs that only difference is that INFPs are less expressive... :confused:
    I think that can't be only difference.
    I don't think it can be the only difference, either, because I'm very expressive. Does that mean I'm secretly an ENFP? Then why do I want to spend so much time alone?


    I think the vibe of INFPs and ENFPs is quite different, like ENFPs can sound less deep and more superficial than INFPs because we value expression more than thinking things trough. Maybe, just an idea.
    For example, my INFP friend rarely has silly switch on her own. Even when we're two together alone I'm always the one initiating jokes and being silly, I lead more than her.

    I had this experience a great deal when I was younger. Maybe I've just become more confident as I've grown older - in fact, I have - but when I was a teenager it seemed that my friends would "lead" me into silliness, among other things.

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