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  • I think ENFPs often lead people on, but they aren’t usually aware of it.

    17 39.53%
  • I think ENFPs often lead people on, and they usually know exactly what they are doing.

    6 13.95%
  • I think ENFPs often lead people on, and I’m unsure if they are aware of this or not.

    16 37.21%
  • I don’t think ENFPs often lead people on.

    4 9.30%
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    Quote Originally Posted by agentfurrina View Post
    we kissed, but i had no idea how deep his feelings went...my father had just died and i was an emotional mess. i may have been blubbering about my father while working on homework. anyway, after that, he used to drive by my flat, toss pebbles at my window to wake me up and see if i was up for some calculus. i am such an idiot, at the time i thought "my friend who i briefly kissed is obsessed with math!".
    Haha you where a big sensotard there. Poor guy..

    I find it a bit amazing that you could kiss him and not even consider the fact that that shit usually states something... So yea.you must have been a emowreck..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Yeah, possibly just a very introverted immature IxTx type...most likely an IxTJ or INTP. He was only 23 at the time, I think.
    Regarding people i hate or have been hurt by i sometimes try to prove my superiority/morale superiority by say.. Not talk shit about them or doing my duties even when they are not.

    If they get fysical i get fysical.. Usually ends up (if its a guy) that i punch him once in the face and i walk away. When i do it i usually never regret it. perhaps right after but not in the long term.. I wish i punched more people in my youth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agentfurrina View Post
    we should start an asperger's appreciation thread. i used to manage a very smart guy who had asperger's. he would tremble when giving his daily status report in front of our team (icky company policy). i thought he was great + defended him like a lioness if anyone criticized him. i felt really protective of him.
    I think that's an excellent idea. My niece has asperger's syndrome.

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    Since we are at it.. what are signs on that you have aspergers? im pretty sure i don`t have it but you never know.. after all i don`t know much about it.

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    My ENFP friend is a natural flirt. I think sometimes she's aware of it and sometimes she isn't. I remember going to the prom with her and while waiting in line to go on the horse cartridge, she would tell the guard to accompany her to the cartridge and be her boyfriend for that night. She basically spends the time we were in the line trying to convince the man to go with her. My other friends and I were just looking at her in amazement because we were high school students and the guard was in his 40s. She didn't think much of it and told me she was bored and just doing it for fun. Many times I hang out with her, she would be very playful to most of the guys we meet. I usually find the sights amusing.
    She told me how many people said that she's flirty, and she would act surprised, saying she's just being herself.
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    sometimes i do it intentionally. usually when i want something.
    sometimes it's unintentional. usually when i want something.

    i dunno. people just like doing stuff for me, and the expectations
    they form from doing that stuff is their prerogative. never
    guaranteed anything. so i don't see how that's leading on.
    but i'm kinda smug like that.

    "flirting is a promise of sexual intercourse without a guarantee." — Milan Kundera
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    and begin slitting throats.
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    Obvious flirting in that respect is lying...

    Speaking of..

    Agentfurria that guy you kissed.. He probably wont help another girl in math again.. hes winy inner voice: "they are just using me"

    Kinda like me prinsippialy never buying a drink to a girl unless i want a quick answer to my suspicions. I have made exeptions tho when i meet someone different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatsNorway View Post
    Obvious flirting in that respect is lying...
    good, i lie all the time.
    nice to know it extends to flirting too.
    every normal man must be tempted, at times,
    to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag,
    and begin slitting throats.
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    Only if you agree with the quote.

    Seems you do..

    Seems like i have been a bit hard jugding in this thread.. hmm...

    Perhaps im defensive due to previous experiences= Hard jugding

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatsNorway View Post
    Haha you where a big sensotard there. Poor guy..

    I find it a bit amazing that you could kiss him and not even consider the fact that that shit usually states something... So yea.you must have been a emowreck..
    beware the young ENFP. i found out about several men who claimed (or their friends claimed) they had deep feelings for me in college and i had no idea. i just thought people lost interest and moved on. however, upon recent reflection, i think i was misinterpreting their habit of pulling away to assess as a sudden lack of interest, either in friendship or anything more.
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