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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    You are all right on that one! My objective is just to go out and have a pleasant (relaxed), non-pressurized evening at a restuarant or at a movie or something that is all. No "stuff" involved. Perhaps I will ask her about the chocolate chips thing, but I don't know how to bring up the subject, it would seem random and spontaneious if I just said "so i have to ask... why do you like the shapes of the chocolate chips?" I think she would figure out, just from talking to me that it would be out of my character to ask such a question. But then again, maybe spontaneity is good?

    I'm very good with finances and I don't think we would have a problem with the lives mixing thing, especially with my military-like lifestyle. Now before you ENFP's shun me for saying that, I tell you truth: I am willing to give up ALL or any of the military routines for just ONE of you!

    Amargith, what do you mean by make sure I want to hear her reply?

    I mean, sometimes people ask you something out of politeness while they really don't care about the answer and when you answer, you notice their attention drifting off. Don't do it to score points. Do it coz you're genuinly intrigued by whatever it is you're asking about. And the chocolate chip thing...you can still bring it up with a pondering look, but if you feel it's not you, that's ok. She's bound to say more stuff like that..just react to it then in a similar way If however you come across chocolate chips during your time together..nothing would prevent you from making that comment then too.

    I do admire your devotion and I have to go 'awwww that is so sweet' at that last comment

    Good hunting to you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    I mean, sometimes people ask you something out of politeness while they really don't care about the answer and when you answer, you notice their attention drifting off. Don't do it to score points. Do it coz you're genuinly intrigued by whatever it is you're asking about. And the chocolate chip thing...you can still bring it up with a pondering look, but if you feel it's not you, that's ok. She's bound to say more stuff like that..just react to it then in a similar way If however you come across chocolate chips during your time together..nothing would prevent you from making that comment then too.

    I do admire your devotion and I have to go 'awwww that is so sweet' at that last comment

    Good hunting to you
    Thanks Beat, I read your thread! The funny thing is, I was thinking about what I would have to do on v-day should this ever actually turn into a relationship. After pondering on the drive home, I came up with the scavenger hunt idea, only on a smaller scale than what you have... and the prize? Why what else?! A heart shaped box of chocolates wrapped in a piece of paper that said something along the lines of "you are a ray of sunshine, on a cloudy day.... oh wait, your a ray of sunshine EVERY DAY!" and of course a movie! But that was just what I came up with, not sure if my scheme would make her happy or not!

    The tricky part of this whole thing is that I NEVER get to see her. I have only seen her a few times and the last time I saw her was last November when we kind of "smiled and looked into eachothers eyes" It was a very quick look and a very quick smile... almost as if we knew what eachother were thinking? It was an odd feeling and it had never happened to me before. We have never actually spoken to eachother though. We text eachother though, last night we texted eachother all night until I'm assuming she felll asleep waiting for me to text her back because when I did I didn't get an answer lol.

    The other thing is that I was told that she is very quiet (I interpret that as shy) and I myself am VERY shy and quiet. *sigh* it is not helping in this situation.

    Now we have a [business] meeting set up for next tuesday and I do not know if she will be there and if she is I do not know what to say to her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    Now before you ENFP's shun me for saying that, I tell you truth: I am willing to give up ALL or any of the military routines for just ONE of you!
    You aren't a true ISTJ then. We don't friggin change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    You aren't a true ISTJ then. We don't friggin change.
    Eight years of the same is enough for me, Beat! If you read the whole thread, you would see that I wasn't always an ISTJ. I may not be as hard-core as you are, but yes, I AM and ISTJ!

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    Just give it up already... You will never be that cool.

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    ^lol, entropie. Get in the vent chat, dawg.

    Dave, what functions are you borderline with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    ^lol, entropie. Get in the vent chat, dawg.

    Dave, what functions are you borderline with?
    S and T but they have actually gotten stronger in that two months?

    Two months ago my S was 12% my T was 38%. Now my S is 33% and my T 50%! So it seems I am becoming a stonger ISTJ?!
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    Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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    maybe you're just more familiar since taking the test though...i tested infp at first then enfp by just a slight bit and now my e is like 87% or something...so...whatever that means...idk.
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    Hey, I'm coming to this thread really late but I guess I just wanted to add:

    1) Regardless of whether the girl is ENFP or not, asking someone out explicitly is always a good idea. No room for ambiguity and if the person is not interested, it's clear.

    2) Don't take it personally if you feel the person is being wishy-washy or ambiguous. Some people are just like that, might not even be related to maturity or how flaky internet communication is in general. She either doesn't get your intention or she is just non-commital.

    3) A mature ENFP who has gotten (mostly) over the fear of rejection will make it pretty clear to you when they like you. When I like someone, I not only make it known, but I either pursue or allow the other person to pursue me. The more I like you, the more of my 'A game' I bring. LOL.

    4) Some people, especially younger women find it hard to say no clearly. That's why if you don't get a clear 'yes' you may just want to chalk it up to 'no'.

    5) EP's flex a lot, if she is an EP, she may just be making up her mind. This process can potentially take forever to never.

    6) ENXPs are enthusiastic by nature. ENFPs have a tendency to like people in general. She may genuinely be interested in you, just not romantically interested. It can be confusing for you as the recipient, I'm sure.

    So basically, my advice is this: make your move then move on. Don't wait so much on her and instead decide what you want to do and do it. If you don't get a definitive yes or no after a few tries, chalk it up to e-friendship and move on.

    PS I have a good friend who is ISTJ. If she is typical of type, you guys aren't very direct and assertive when it comes to dating! You get surprisingly shy.

    PPS I think ISTJ and ENFP could make a good combination. But she is more likely to drive you crazy than for you to drive her crazy. If you can handle that and always feel like you have to be on top of things and take care of practical matters, then go for it.
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