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    Some people, not that many, but some say I am ISTP, and I am not charming when being flirtatious in the slightest, and have never had a relationship or any sexual encounter for that matter my entire life!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    Some people, not that many, but some say I am ISTP, and I am not charming when being flirtatious in the slightest, and have never had a relationship or any sexual encounter for that matter my entire life!
    Funny. This kind of excitement is usually reserved for getting laid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    Some people, not that many, but some say I am ISTP, and I am not charming when being flirtatious in the slightest, and have never had a relationship or any sexual encounter for that matter my entire life!
    Maybe that is why your flirty.
    If it were me I know I would be.

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    most sp's are flirty even when they are not flirting. let's just Say us sp.'s are just charming.

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    the natural charming attitude us sp.'s have makes most nt mad at us

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steem View Post
    the natural charming attitude us sp.'s have makes most nt mad at us
    LoL! It's funny you mention that... Most NTs are the ones that have mistaken my charm for flirting... And thus ended up mad at me when they felt like I lead them on.


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    It's those always serious Js who make others feel like we are too flirty.

    Just because they were born with the mindset of a 40yo accountant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    Here's a question - interested in what everyone thinks:

    Do people who are "naturally flirty" have the responsibility to tone it down a bit so as not to give others the wrong impression? Or do others have more of the responsibility to not take things so seriously, just accept that the person has a naturally flirty style without being serious...etc?

    I tend to get quite annoyed by people who say "oh gee, all my friends fall in love with me and I don't know why, I guess it's just the way I am." Because I tend to think it's partly an ego trip. But I also realise that others have different interaction styles. I guess being an IxxJ, flirt-impaired even when I want to flirt, and inclined to take it seriously when others flirt with me - it's not surprising this kind of thing would annoy me.
    Am I allowed to answer?

    I think the responsibility rests with the flirty people to tone it down when/if the other person is getting the wrong impression.

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