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    Quote Originally Posted by Typhus View Post
    I think the last ENFP I dated briefly thought I was judgemental/controlling because I told her playfully that she had to do something to make up for flaking out on something she said she'd do. I said it playfully, but over text, so I think she thought I was being controlling. I scared another one away.
    Joke fail.

    Sounded like you implied that she was supposed to put out to compensate.

    I recall some similar fuck ups in past interactions with ENFPs. It's like they naturally bait me to say something insensitive. One once told me that she wanted to adopt a girl because she empathized with the situation of being abandoned by a parent. I said something like " that's not gonna change the world much".

    Another ENFP stopped replying to my messages right after I stopped talking about her for a small moment to talk about my career goals.

    I'm not familiar with cognitive functions like Ti.
    We tend to use some typology lingo here, but stick around and you'll eventually learn a lot.

    Google tells me that Ti is not in the top four dominant traits of ENFP, so does it scare ENFPs?
    Ime, yes. I'd suggest you to forget ENFPs and go for ENFJs instead - they'll more readily appreciate an impersonal feedback (INTP specialty) without freaking out. They are rarer online though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Arendee View Post
    Funny, I can't get enfp's away from me fast enough. Probably because I ignore them. Since they're so dead set on being the center of attention, they do everything in their power to change that. They all seem to have the same exact pickup lines.

    Me: Fuck you
    ENFP: Please do!

    See, I'd do this just to playfully push your buttons. It sounds like you're an awesome target for that.

    Granted, if you aint up for playing, I'll leave it alone.

    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    Most INTPs I know treat ExFPs like airheads. Even if they like them, it's more like "you're a cute & entertaining airhead". Perhaps not true for the OP, but just my observation IRL. ENFPs generally don't like that treatment, and ESFPs only tolerate it if they think it gives them an edge (my ESFP sis says she likes to be "underestimated" as a kind of advantage over people).

    Oh yeeeaaah, I like design & bright colors, and I'm totally down for a conversation on Kant. IDk why people think an interest in fashion or aesthetics means shallow or not intellectually inclined....
    Yeah...nothing turns me off faster. There aint no way they go near my non-existing pants. I do enjoy yanking their chain though and using their perception of me against them, then see how smart they actually are in figuring it out.
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    @Typhus & @Rasofy

    I want to know what you are doing in order to ascertain these supposed ENFP females types? Like Rasofy, you describe a girl at the beginning of your blog as ENFP and there is nothing in that description that would lead me to believe that was an accurate assessment. From everything I've read I am in agreement with the general numbers - that we probably only make up a small percentage of the population. Not every *bubbly* (or flakey) girl you meet is going to be an ENFP...or ESFP for that matter. In fact, most of us are nothing like that at all. So tell me about your process here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Arendee View Post
    Funny, I can't get enfp's away from me fast enough. Probably because I ignore them. Since they're so dead set on being the center of attention, they do everything in their power to change that. They all seem to have the same exact pickup lines.

    Me: Fuck you
    ENFP: Please do!
    Right.

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    Seriously, ENFPs are smart, dude. They can read you not only pretty accurately, but pretty quickly. Sure, they may be wrong sometimes, we all are, but they've been right enough times to have confidence in their readings. You come at them wearing pants-colored glasses and they're going to know it and be even more watchful for any signs that you aren't worth their time. I could say more which could possibly help you, but frankly? I don't want to as I'd hate to give someone ammunition they'd end up using as a front when they don't really feel what they're saying. You win one? You earn it.
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    Nobody finds desperate attractive. You're probably giving off icky, needy vibes and scaring away the little ENFP birds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-Up Rex View Post
    Nobody finds desperate attractive. You're probably giving off icky, needy vibes and scaring away the little ENFP birds.
    Huh, he said SJs are "after him." And, if he's not interested in them, that could explain it. Meaning, with them, he wouldn't be so apt to give off such a vibe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    Typhus & Rasofy

    I want to know what you are doing in order to ascertain these supposed ENFP females types? Like Rasofy, you describe a girl at the beginning of your blog as ENFP and there is nothing in that description that would lead me to believe that was an accurate assessment. From everything I've read I am in agreement with the general numbers - that we probably only make up a small percentage of the population. Not every *bubbly* (or flakey) girl you meet is going to be an ENFP...or ESFP for that matter. In fact, most of us are nothing like that at all. So tell me about your process here...
    I think I'm able to sense a high Fi usage fairly easily. It's like a peculiar accent that sounds odd and cute at the same time. Then it's about consciously making pattern associations and verifying which type fits best. It's not foolproof, but seems reliable enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    Huh, he said SJs are "after him." And, if he's not interested in them, that could explain it. Meaning, with them, he wouldn't be so apt to give off such a vibe.
    What's your point? We're not talking about SJs right now. His vibe with them is irrelevant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-Up Rex View Post
    What's your point? We're not talking about SJs right now. His vibe with them is irrelevant.
    She means to say that with SJs he is probably confident instead of 'desperate', making him more attractive to him, in comparison with enfps. Though Im not sure that that is truly the case. But it is one scenario.
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