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    ooohhh...salivating AND rolling around on the floor laughing manically...even CUTER! haha
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    As an expert in this field, I have to say I wouldn't really have to do anything to string along an enfp as they just seem to love me

    However, it is something I could never do as it would go against my principles and you guys are just too nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    ooohhh...salivating AND rolling around on the floor laughing manically...even CUTER! haha
    whats the entertainment in being a fly on the wall
    Im out, its been fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    ooohhh...salivating AND rolling around on the floor laughing manically...even CUTER! haha

    Here...I brought the Ketamine and a dart gun. Better sedate him now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    whats the entertainment in being a fly on the wall
    who's the fly in this scenario?
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ed111 View Post
    As an expert in this field, I have to say I wouldn't really have to do anything to string along an enfp as they just seem to love me

    However, it is something I could never do as it would go against my principles and you guys are just too nice!
    The best part is knowing the image went through there mind. Its fun when they slip up and have to backstep.

    thinking - oh crap, now he knows what I thought, um, "not that I really want to ....".
    Im out, its been fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    Here...I brought the Ketamine and a dart gun. Better sedate him now.
    I dont know who the fly is, but hes lucky hes not getting sedated.
    Im out, its been fun

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    OMG, if someone treated me that way.. I'd back off. I'd think it's a form of self-projection.

    Although I do agree with VannillaCat in a sense that as ENFPs, we do have our own set of insecurities, just as much as other temperaments do, it doesn't mean that we won't stand up for ourselves. I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    I'm not really the smothering type but I'm always somewhat paranoid about the possibility of being perceived as such, if I really like someone, to the point of being too guarded sometimes. Never been in a relationship with someone I really loved, though. That's why they didn't last that long, so I'm guessing the guy would have told you if he didn't really connect with you. Meaning "the ENFP holding to bad relationships" can still be true, but only if there is some form of connection, I'd say(example : none of the girls I've been with really got me, so I never really felt too close to them.)

    Hope that made some sense. I'm not really an expert, but I can vouch for being too guarded. Sometimes sharing how you really feel feels like a shot in the foot. It feels like girls don't actually want to know how you feel about them. Hence the "mysterious man" clich. Once you're honest you lose your charm.
    Interesting... I usually always trust my instincts with people, and have never had a problem with it, but I suppose he does try to be a "mysterious man" and that -does- throw me off. You guys are definitely helping me figure him out, though... Thanks! But due to my insatiable curiosity... now I just want to know more :P

    As I've said, I care about him a lot...but sometimes I feel like all his flip-flopping too much for me. One minute he'll watch, listen, and analyze me (acting like I'm the only person on the face of the planet), the next he's shallow and a bit egotistical, the next he's confiding insecurities about me to my sister (also ENFP) and trying to figure out more about me from her, the next he's flaking out on me with plans. It's enough to give me a headache. I can handle a flaky guy that doesn't want commitment. And I can handle someone that wants to be more than just friends with me. I'm more understanding than I'm given credit for... just be one or the other! Not both!! Hell, I think I could handle it better if I didn't care about him as a person so much. Argh!

    Anyways, about 4 months ago, he flaked out on me a few times when we tried to make plans... and -he- was the one that called to make them (As an SP, I'm pretty flexible, so I tend to always leave it to someone else to make plans for me). I began to get the feeling I was working under his time-line and he was starting to treat me less like a friend and more as someone to use, and I refused to put up with it. So in combination with that, thinking I needed to give another guy in my life a chance, and being the no-nonsense ST, I decided I needed to distance myself from him. He'd call every other week to check up with how I was doing or to try to make plans, but I purposely made myself busy (I can't help feeling a little vengeful if people think they can treat me in a way they certainly cannot). Anyways... to wrap it up (I'm rambling..), I figured he'd get the drift and leave me alone... but he hasn't.

    So after four months of avoiding him, I finally gave up and went to hang out with him. We had a great time, and at the end of the night he leaned in to kiss me, and in what was really my way to feel out his thoughts more, I warned him about the other guy I was seeing. I'm pretty sure that just intrigued him instead of discouraged him. Because we usually have a habit of catching up every other week, and he went to meet me while I was out the very next night. Ugh. Either he's the persistent wants-what-they-think-they-can't-have type or he cares more about me than he'll admit and thinks I'm slipping away. I can't stand things that don't make sense and I can't figure out... This kid is driving me nuts. I'm a thinker... I prefer truth to tact anyways.

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    well...he's probably both sorry to say...we just are!! sweet and engaging one minute and aloof or feisty the next....it's just different moods...but isn't everyone that way??
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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