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    Everybody says the first time they saw me they were intrigued and afraid (usually more one than the other) because I was too intense for my surroundings... I have been described as a "Titan" a lot (when someone is talking about their first impression of me).
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    -We are engaged in conversation (but usually listening more then talking), laughing at jokes, helping someone with directions, organizing, doing helpful random things like offering to take a photo of a group of people (i do anyway, its a sweet thing to do for people!)...I am such nerd.

    -My personal ad would say: Looking for someone intelligent, kind, someone who will listen, someone funny, & driven.

    -I like to hang out @ the dog park with my pup, dance clubs, art shows, or in nature when I need to reflect on life

    -To break the ice just be friendly and say, "hey how are you?" easy as that. Don’t come on too strong, just be genuine and nice!

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    Default Ah, the ENFJ...

    ( SORRY, I know this thread was about how to spot an ENFJ, but reading all those traits made me want to post this...)

    I'm a female late 20-something INFP (adjustable I/E and F/T , no compromise on the N and P) and I'm hopelessly, hopelessly still attracted to a 40-something man whom I'm sure is an ENFJ.

    I just find him so enigmatic , intelligent, truly nice and sooooo fiendishly polite in an utterly sexy way. But he can also be a riot and life of the party too ( something I think is wonderful ). He's just all cautious exuberant warmth with dark pools of doubt which I reckon very few get to see.

    At one point we were in a romantic online relationship together,meeting up very occasionally for a few friendly 'dates'. There would have been more but I was much younger than him and shy ( in real life ), and I sense he didn't want to scare me off...and he enjoyed the unfolding process , taking things slow. I was rather outrageous ( in a subtle way, of course ) in our online and phone chats....good times...

    On our first meet together I was very very shy and I'll always remember the way he held out his palm to me with a smile as soon as I mentioned I dabbled in palmistry for fun. It was his way of making me feel comfortable. We were sitting at a cafe and as the conversation progressed he would playfully and gently nudge his knees against mine..."I like you" without actually saying a word. It wasn't long before we were nudging each other back and forth in return under the table while chatting non-chalantly. It just felt so sweet at the time

    Alas...he was a married man, separated, but married nonetheless. I was only planning on being friends with him, and I like to think I nurtured his ego and spirit back to health ( he caught his wife , a beautiful woman whom he loved, cheating on him again with the same man after he thought they worked things out).

    When I found myself actually in love with him, I panicked , backed off, thinking that if it was meant to be , he would find me after his separation. But I did'nt know how to express my feelings verbally...all he saw was a sudden slew of mixed signs and my fumbled , angry ( at myself ) attempts at goodbye. I think it confused him and turned him off. We more or less parted ways on those confused terms.

    I did occasionally try to touch base a few times to say hello after that, but there was a wall. I sensed he would not appreciate me asking about his martial status. After a while I gave up any hope I had. I had a few rebound flings in college but I couldn’t forget him or stop thinking about him.

    To cut a long story short ( HAH! Too late for that ! ) he did send me an IM out of the blue one day to say hello…unfortunately that happened to be the eve of my wedding day…

    I found out recently that he did divorce his first wife. And remarried another lady with children not long after I got married. So I guess things worked out they way they did for a reason…but I still wonder sometimes, if I had waited a little longer or if he had said hello a little sooner…
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    awe we all have that "one who got away"! shitty! maybe you guys will someday reunite who knows....

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    the ENFJ, will be that person at the party, who walks up to anyone and automatically knows how to start a conversation and seems warm and charismatic...


    beware.. bad ENFJs are just like this, but with bad intentions...
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    I know only one guy who I'm absolutely sure of that he's an ENFJ. He always comes across as if he's trying to imitate George Clooney's facial expressions and body language. He's very charismatic, he always tries to be in the spotlights and he makes a lot of jokes. He tries to come across as very intelligent, but he doesn't even know what the word "transfer" means.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Kat View Post
    I know only one guy who I'm absolutely sure of that he's an ENFJ. He always comes across as if he's trying to imitate George Clooney's facial expressions and body language. He's very charismatic, he always tries to be in the spotlights and he makes a lot of jokes. He tries to come across as very intelligent, but he doesn't even know what the word "transfer" means.
    haha, Are you for real? "Transfer"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    haha, Are you for real? "Transfer"?
    Yes, I am. He even went to the school principal to demand a new writning skill test because the words we had to use (such as "transfer") were too hard to understand for 16 to 19 year olds and therefore we couldn't do the test properly. And we were supposed to be in the "genius class"? I'd rather call it the "retard class"!
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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    He just needed some ego stroking. LMAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dailtone View Post
    ( SORRY, I know this thread was about how to spot an ENFJ, but reading all those traits made me want to post this...)

    I'm a female late 20-something INFP (adjustable I/E and F/T , no compromise on the N and P) and I'm hopelessly, hopelessly still attracted to a 40-something man whom I'm sure is an ENFJ.

    I just find him so enigmatic , intelligent, truly nice and sooooo fiendishly polite in an utterly sexy way. But he can also be a riot and life of the party too ( something I think is wonderful ). He's just all cautious exuberant warmth with dark pools of doubt which I reckon very few get to see.

    At one point we were in a romantic online relationship together,meeting up very occasionally for a few friendly 'dates'. There would have been more but I was much younger than him and shy ( in real life ), and I sense he didn't want to scare me off...and he enjoyed the unfolding process , taking things slow. I was rather outrageous ( in a subtle way, of course ) in our online and phone chats....good times...

    On our first meet together I was very very shy and I'll always remember the way he held out his palm to me with a smile as soon as I mentioned I dabbled in palmistry for fun. It was his way of making me feel comfortable. We were sitting at a cafe and as the conversation progressed he would playfully and gently nudge his knees against mine..."I like you" without actually saying a word. It wasn't long before we were nudging each other back and forth in return under the table while chatting non-chalantly. It just felt so sweet at the time

    Alas...he was a married man, separated, but married nonetheless. I was only planning on being friends with him, and I like to think I nurtured his ego and spirit back to health ( he caught his wife , a beautiful woman whom he loved, cheating on him again with the same man after he thought they worked things out).

    When I found myself actually in love with him, I panicked , backed off, thinking that if it was meant to be , he would find me after his separation. But I did'nt know how to express my feelings verbally...all he saw was a sudden slew of mixed signs and my fumbled , angry ( at myself ) attempts at goodbye. I think it confused him and turned him off. We more or less parted ways on those confused terms.

    I did occasionally try to touch base a few times to say hello after that, but there was a wall. I sensed he would not appreciate me asking about his martial status. After a while I gave up any hope I had. I had a few rebound flings in college but I couldn’t forget him or stop thinking about him.

    To cut a long story short ( HAH! Too late for that ! ) he did send me an IM out of the blue one day to say hello…unfortunately that happened to be the eve of my wedding day…

    I found out recently that he did divorce his first wife. And remarried another lady with children not long after I got married. So I guess things worked out they way they did for a reason…but I still wonder sometimes, if I had waited a little longer or if he had said hello a little sooner…
    Wow.....very eery story. I'm 42 dating a 23 year old woman. It works.... we really enjoy each other......go figure.
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