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    14 15.38%
  • SP Artisan

    50 54.95%
  • NF Crybaby

    31 34.07%
  • SJ Guardian

    5 5.49%
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  1. #101
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    I think it would help us to remember that flirting a lot =/= flirting well.

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    For me I gots to say SP cause theyre obvious, not saying they're gonna get any results but subtle goes over my INTness filled head so theyre the only ones I notice trying

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    Quote Originally Posted by IF3157 View Post
    I think it would help us to remember that flirting a lot =/= flirting well.
    Excellent point!!!

    I would take this point even further and say: I think it depends on what you think is attractive in a flirting situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moonlit_reveries View Post
    I'm surprised no one has said ESFP yet. Maybe they are the most flirtatious of the types rather than the best flirts? But for me personally, charm is the best way to lure me in and from my experience ESFP flirting has tons of that. I'm a sucker for SFP and to some extent NFP flirting

    Yep. It all has to do with how natural it seems. There's nothing awkward about them, and it makes me less anxious about flirting back. I end up letting my guard down more easily when the flirtation is direct and humorous, which tends to be the ESFP style, and I find myself reacting to it by letting go of some of my shyness. Sexual situations are likely the same, since feeling psychologically at ease with a person makes arousal more possible.

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    It doesn't matter what type you are or how 'well' you flirt.
    If the other party does not flirt back, you're going to look like a clumsy and awkward idiot lol.

    If I had to go with a type then I would choose ENFJ. My mom is a natural seductress who had plenty of admirers in her past for being genuine, lovely and love to make the men around her feel comfortable and pleasant. She needs to be valued and so she turns the charm on 24/7...Until she gets home and then I'm her outlet stress ball lmao.
    She's upset she hasn't passed her skills on to me and constantly wonders why I'm not 'more like her.' What she doesn't understand is that it's impossible for me to develop a natural Fe that caters to people.
    My ENFJ male coworker flirts with anything female in the vicinity and that's why he's so successful at selling.

    What I don't understand is how naive the females he flirts with are but that's just me.

    So if I had to rank a few then

    1) ExFJ
    2) ExTP
    3) xNFP
    4) the rest

    But my first point still stands.
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    I dunno but I'm a master flirter. The problem is that people think I am flirting when I'm not.
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    When I'm feeling more outgoing on certain days, I flirt endlessly, coming up with new and original one liners for every cutie who passes me

    I'm unshakably loyal as well, but flirting boosts my ego, and I like to flatter people. I don't get negative reactions...some people get rather surprised though as sometimes I am extremely upfront, and I'm a girl, and maybe more traditional males wouldn't necessarily expect it. I see an opportunity and I take it, I don't care

    I.e When a guy says "The starts in the sky look beautiful tonight, it's unbelievable..."

    My natural response is " You look better than the stars, even on your worst days."

    (The response I got was that "Your being very charismatic tonight" and then they tried to send me nudes )

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    ENFx types, SPs and some ESFJs

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    I think it would be some E type. I suppose it also depends on age and level of maturity. When I was in high school it was definitely the football heroes getting all the girls. I don’t think half of them necessarily needed an ounce of charm. Just muscles, pearly white teeth and athletic skill. Hell if it was up to real personality those meat heads would have been the ones spending Friday’s and Saturday’s alone. Social expectations got them all the action.

    Also I love how everyone has a proper title but NF’s. Fargin icehole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Population: 1 View Post
    I think it would be some E type. I suppose it also depends on age and level of maturity. When I was in high school it was definitely the football heroes getting all the girls. I don’t think half of them necessarily needed an ounce of charm. Just muscles, pearly white teeth and athletic skill. Hell if it was up to real personality those meat heads would have been the ones spending Friday’s and Saturday’s alone. Social expectations got them all the action.

    Also I love how everyone has a proper title but NF’s. Fargin icehole.
    Yeah.

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