I'd be of the assumption he doesn't hate you - I'd be approaching 100% sure on that. Liking you as a human being rather than an object requiring interaction also seems a pretty high possibility. Anything further might require some more direct investigation, though probably on the higher side of 50%.
Good analysis. I think we're off to a positive start:
1. Doesn't hate me - Check
2. See's person instead of ... nothing - Check
Firstly...greetings! I'm new to this site and was perusing INFJ data. I ran across this not realizing it was an INTJ post and wanted to comment on the flirting observation. I've never made it a concious effort to flirt...however, I apparently engage in it frequently. Recently, my car needed a major repair and because of my situation it was a major issue that could affect my livelihood. My mother, whom I have not 'typo'd' as of yet said, "flash the guy your million dollar smile...that should work"! Seriously Ma? Do you even know me? I don't 'put people on' ...when I smile it is genuine...can't even force one if I tried. My point...the difference is in the "T" and the "F". Don't think about it so much...only engage in what truly interests you and the rest will come naturally...and yes, it is a feeling! =o)
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It's funny how INT's are back in kindergarten when it comes to these things.
Har har. I was never that lucky with love in elementary school. I remember, the only time I ever really flirted with a girl - her name was Shelby, I ended up stabbing her pinky with a sharp pencil because I was trying to show off and because she was stupid enough to allow me to stab the sharp end of the pencil inbetween her fingers as fast as I possibly could... Blood was everywhere. I remember thinking how stupid she was or letting me do that. Heh.
Eh, the second time a girl liked me... She just randomly hit me in the stomach so hard that it made me throw up my Tootsie Rolls... Tootsie Rolls don't taste that great the second time around... I just sat there sobbing, mostly because my stomach hurt horribly, but also because she had completely ruined my good Tootsie Roll induced mood... After that incident I was pretty scared of girls and of Tootsie Rolls.
The INTJ I like threw a wadded up paper towel at me. I think that means he's hooked.
(I throw things at people all the time when I like them, so it stands to reason... right???)
This is embarrassing, but I did this once to an ENFP I liked. I think she was confused...but I couldn't help but throw wadded up paper at her. Looking back (it was only a year ago), I feel like a retard. Never doing that again.