Talking to ENFPs is a bit like taking amphetamine. It's like a big rush. I'm forced to accelerate from my normally sedate pace but I don't really notice. It's just exciting and time passes quickly as the conversation flows smoothly from one topic to the other.
I just need the opportunity to meet them, the rest has always been easy
And talking to you guys tends to be the most amazingly challenging addictive game ever, ime
But look...before we weren't here, talking to you either. You started a thread and we come a-flocking. Give us the chance to see you irl, and engage you. Be yourself, go outside and let us see you. As I said..we tend to spot you guys juuuust fine in the crowd
Originally Posted by Lyedecker
I like to think of ENFPs as fearless INFPs with a wild side.
That or INFPs with foot-in-mouth disease, you mean
Where would one most likely meet an ENFP and more importantly how would I recognise one?
There are occasionally women I meet whose personality I find naturally very attractive. It's like they seem to magically enthral me. They seem vivacious, witty, free spirits and just different. My assumption is that they are ENFPs. I try to analyse them but I'm nit too confident of my ability to type people.
Any place you see protests in the streets.
hippies, hippie communes.
Anywhere where controversial ethical topics are boasted loudly and aggressively. (ie: gay pride parades, feminist rallies)
LOL what? Well I'll tell you where you can find me when I'm not piled sky-high with work:
1. Traveling and testing out my language skills.
2. Hiking up a mountain or taking a walk in nature.
3. Reading a book or learning something new, either at home, in a class, or in the library.
4. Watching a cool movie at home or with a small group of friends.
5. Taking a class for the hell of it to learn something new.
6. Working out at the gym (although I've been doing less of that lately and more of the walking thing).
7. Doing some activity that I'm going to drop like a hot potato after 3 months to pick up something else.
8. Eating at a restaurant with family or friends, having some good conversation.
9. Shopping at only one of three places: a bookstore, a store for my hobbies, or a media/gadget store
10. If you happen to see me shopping at a clothing store, I probably look and feel like I want to gouge my eyes out.
Earlier in life, when I was younger and gave a crap/was naive, you might have seen me in political groups.
In the future, you might find me in a reading or writing group or a board games group.
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