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    i'm the same way amaragith...a museum...sculpture garden...japanese garden...anywhere tranquil or with great atmosphere. i always prefer the resturant with the great garden patio or great music...atmosphere puts me in a warm fuzzy mood or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    literal energy buzz yeah...to the point where i can't sleep or wind down for awhile after ....and love museums..anything creative is probably cool...but you know her...i don't so i don't know what i'm talking about with all that.
    lol I've only seen her a few times... I don't know her well at all. I thought that was the point in dating... to get to know someone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Being around people and getting to know them makes us feel alive, as it gives us intense good feelings. The same goes, at least for me, for aestetically pleasing things, so depending on the museum and the interests she has, a museum can add to that. For me, fairy tales and fantasy games and such, for instance, allow my imagination to run wild, creating a more intense, colorfull and vivid image of the world, which is hence aestetically more pleasing to me, and makes me happy. I'd say our main goal is enjoyment and pleasure, therefore we're always gonna try and be happy somehow...

    edit:the chocolate chips are a very small example of this, I guess. As they're different shapes, they're always original, hence making them more interesting than something that always has the same boring shape. That makes it sorta 'aestetically pleasing', I guess you could say
    lol the chocolate chips thing kind of confirmed my ENFP suspicions. One thing she said when we first started talking is that she was sad that she missed going to the botanical gardens in washington while she was there. I was thinking to myself "and... how am I supposed to respond to that?!" I don't remember what I said but she didnt seem to mind whatever it was.
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    Dave, go check out my "Pursuing ENFP" thread in the relationships forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    lol the chocolate chips thing kind of confirmed my ENFP suspicions. One thing she said when we first started talking is that she was sad that she missed going to the botanical gardens in washington while she was there. I was thinking to myself "and... how am I supposed to respond to that?!" I don't remember what I said but she didnt seem to mind whatever it was.
    Ask a question Ask her what fascinates her so much about botanical gardens. I personally enjoy sharing our motivations and our view on the world, and I'm pretty sure that's true for most ENFPs, so you can never go wrong with it. For that matter, why didn't you just ask her why she likes those chocolate chips being different shapes? There are no stupid questions to us Just make sure you actually want to hear her reply, otherwise she might pick up on it and that's bound to backfire on you


    Edit: oh and maybe it's coz I'm European, but the word 'dating' to me creates expectations. It implies 'stuff'. And since I don't like disappointing people, it'll stress me. I rather just have a casual situation where I get to know the guy at my own pace, without there being any expectations and can focus on what it is that I like about him and why he would or would not be interesting to me, potentially as a mate. *looks at her fellow american ENFP-sisters on this one*
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    Amargith, I see what you're saying. I've actually thought that would be great, to start a relationship on a very relaxed and...informal level, I guess you could call it. And if things get deeper from there, well good. Less pressure is nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    my honest opinion is that...on that friend level...the types get on great. the trouble comes in when you mix your lives together in that serious relationship way and have to deal with each others cleaning habits and financial priorities...but if you can keep that separate or be tolerant then i think it can work....the thing is that people assume the enfp grows up and behaves like "most" people and it's just not true...haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    Amargith, I see what you're saying. I've actually thought that would be great, to start a relationship on a very relaxed and...informal level, I guess you could call it. And if things get deeper from there, well good. Less pressure is nice.
    good idea and probably the best approach.
    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    I call it ENFP crazy eyes.
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    "Laughter which cannot be suppressed is catching. Sooner or later it washes away our defences, and undermines our dignity, and we join in it -- ashamed of our weakness, and embittered against the cause of its exposure, but no matter, we have to join in, there is no help for it." Mark Twain

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    ^^ agreed...friends for a lil bit first is a good idea...yep.
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    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?
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