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    STPs tend to like pushing people's buttons. They don't automatically go for pissing you off though, though some do.

    Most just enjoy getting a reaction out of people, and that includes emotions such as giddiness, awkwardness, snarkiness, competitiveness, etc etc. I just spent the entire day with my ISTP boss today and we did nothing but exchange verbal jabs and comments, something he *always* starts coz he somehow enjoys my reaction to what he does. It unnerved me at first, and sometimes still does, but it's also tons of fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    actually, i can feel that way too. i'd think many people like some space/privacy. it depends though. i generally close the door or something if i don't want to be bothered. or at least, get away if i need to do someone alone. problem solved.

    not cool to fuck with people's emotions btw. i don't know about enfps, but there's no point in doing anything but fighting if that's the case. why would you intentionally want that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    STPs tend to like pushing people's buttons. They don't automatically go for pissing you off though, though some do.

    Most just enjoy getting a reaction out of people, and that includes emotions such as giddiness, awkwardness, snarkiness, competitiveness, etc etc. I just spent the entire day with my ISTP boss the entire day today and we did nothing but exchange verbal jabs and comments, something he *always* starts coz he somehow enjoys my reaction to what he does. It unnerved me at first, and sometimes still does, but it's also tons of fun
    Starting sht w/ an ENFP is always fun. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainne View Post
    Starting sht w/ an ENFP is always fun. =)
    Somehow I always end up telling him thigns I regret afterwards, and he teases me with for weeks
    Then again, I get to tease him with the fact that he has yet to beat me on the workfloor result-wise. I love exploiting that competitive streak of his
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    actually, i can feel that way too. i'd think many people like some space/privacy. it depends though. i generally close the door or something if i don't want to be bothered. or at least, get away if i need to do someone alone. problem solved.

    not cool to fuck with people's emotions btw. i don't know about enfps, but there's no point in doing anything but fighting if that's the case. why would you intentionally want that?
    haha...well i'd hope so!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    Somehow I always end up telling him thigns I regret afterwards, and he teases me with for weeks
    Then again, I get to tease him with the fact that he has yet to beat me on the workfloor result-wise. I love exploiting that competitive streak of his
    Hmm, I guess I know to never type myself as ENFP if I ever doubt my own again. They sound cool with this.

    Then again, I'm OK if it's coming from a female. With guys, I've never understood where many are coming from. But that's probably for another thread, I guess.

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    haha...well i'd hope so!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    STPs tend to like pushing people's buttons. They don't automatically go for pissing you off though, though some do.

    Most just enjoy getting a reaction out of people, and that includes emotions such as giddiness, awkwardness, snarkiness, competitiveness, etc etc. I just spent the entire day with my ISTP boss today and we did nothing but exchange verbal jabs and comments, something he *always* starts coz he somehow enjoys my reaction to what he does. It unnerved me at first, and sometimes still does, but it's also tons of fun
    For me it's about finding limits. I like seeing where people's lines are drawn. It tells me a lot about their character real fast.
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    ENFPs only annoy me when I already dislike them. My closest friend is an ENFP and she whines to me constantly and is quite the drama queen, but she never annoys me. I just steer her in a different direction when I get bored of the conversation and she's quite pliable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    For me it's about finding limits. I like seeing where people's lines are drawn. It tells me a lot about their character real fast.
    For me its about playing with lines. I learn about character over time.
    Im out, its been fun

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    Do you guys think that ENFP's are awkward or annoying or talk too much? No, maybe awkard sometime cause of their lack of thinking and sometime selfish.

    Are we boring?
    No't really

    Do you think you can "spot someone who is extroverting Intuition?
    Yes, i love Ie.

    What do you guys think?
    ENFP can be very sweet when they are not immature.

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