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    Default The ENFJ "busy body"

    I dunno about you guys, but I often notice the enfj has a certain way of coordinating their body movements, it's really noticeable to me, anyone else see it?

    I dunno how common it really is, but I've seen it enough to start thinking of it as a good hint to what their type is.

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    Coordinating how?
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    I dunno it's hard to explain, like loose but flickery at the same time, and they use a lot of hand gestures.

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    ENFJs are very expressive if nothing else. The only person I know in meatspace that is definitely ENFJ will instantly go from perfectly still to bouncing around and grabbing my arm and cackling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poppy View Post
    ENFJs are very expressive if nothing else. The only person I know in meatspace that is definitely ENFJ will instantly go from perfectly still to bouncing around and grabbing my arm and cackling.
    lol I can just picture that happening.

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    I don't think ENFJ's are the only expressive type.

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    Never said they were, but they ARE contendants for the MOST expressive type contest.

    I think it's a sort of energetic and businesslike demeanor. If you imagine a CEO on redbull playing with his 4 year old neice, that's kind of how I imagine it.
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    When I'm on to something, I can gesture rather wildly. Talk too fast. Move around a lot. Have about a million facial expressions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJ123 View Post
    I dunno it's hard to explain, like loose but flickery at the same time, and they use a lot of hand gestures.
    i have this weird stereotype in my head too. but the female enfj i know doesn't really fit the mold, and i have one friend who is an enfp who kinda reminds me of it too (but he could be enfj?). the girl is more controlled and more physically in-touch, tho i could see her being an esfj too.

    maybe it's in the neck and the knees. i think it might be tertiary Se. i know an entj who has it too. he thinks he has a crazy man living inside of him, and his body is kinda all gumbo-y.

    i think injs with inferior Se have a weirdness too, but it's more total obliviousness. so it slouches and sinks down and kinda leans into its walk in a kid-kind of way when it is unself-conscious and not extremely deliberate and controlled.

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    When I talk, I use a TON of hand jesters. I'm a busy body who fiddles around with his hands or a simple object when sitting still. Often my voice becomes really loud when I'm excited causing my friends to remind me to quite down.

    When ever a conversation is going, I just feel this unstoppable urge to show, who ever I'm talking to, what I'm talking about with my body trying to draw a picture of what I'm talking about. Wow, that was a mouth full.

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