By the time I made it in neither of them were there, so it wasn't until that afternoon that this boss came in.
He comes up to me and (this is all paraphrased) goes, "(Other boss) was about to blow her top this morning!" And I'm like "EepIknowI'msosorry." And he just sort of shakes his head, like 'What are we going to do with you?', and says "She was wondering how you were going to cope once you go out into the real world!" And I'm like, "Honestly I have no idea." And he sort of chuckles and goes, "You know, that's what I like about you, at least you're honest."
And I'm like
And that was the end of the situation!
So, anyway. If he was cataloging my tardiness for later, this would have been the time he'd have brought it all out in evidence against me, I suspect. Thankfully, he seems to like me, so I still have a job.
So, he's not an SJ.
I am, however, pretty convinced he's Fe. Today, as we were leaving, one of my coworkers was rummaging in her purse as she walked out the door, sort of distracted, you know. And he goes (again paraphrasing), quite sharply, "What's this? What are you doing?". She's like "What?" and he's all grinning and like, "You didn't even say bye to us!" and she's like omg lol, "Right. See ya."
That seems pretty Fe. Or possibly just him enjoying scaring us.
Which really only leaves ENFJ, but I still don't know. He's so easygoing - can he really be a J? And in some ways he's really quite concrete. Of course, by that age he's probably pretty balanced in the functions, so it doesn't make it easy, but yeah.
Random extra details: He worked as an Industrial/Mechanical Engineer (can't remember which) for years and years, and travelled across most of the world. Clearly an intelligent man. Although I wonder if the frustration with the computer and remembering how to do things there is more an age thing than a type thing. I really can't work out whether sensing or intuition would enable one to be better at remembering how to do something like operate the computer.