[ENFJ] Do you consider yourself predictable or unpredictable

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    ENFJ - The Givers

    Do you consider yourself predictable or unpredictable

    I feel I'm exceptionally predictable. I almost like it though it means people know how I feel and what I'm thinking with our me always having to say it. Such as some of my friends have notice I get a certain smirk on my face when I am about to or are thinking of a dirty joke and they call me on it all the time. What do you consider yourself and why do you like and or dislike being that way?
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    I see you guys as transparent actually - not predictable! You ar ento very well in hiding things...most of things i can see in your eyes or when you have a reaction on some comment or action your face is saying everything! Expressive i would say!
    But for example i can always guess what my enfj is doing in certain time of the day - in 70% of cases i would guess it right...i don't know would you count that as predictable...
    but i do often get very pleasant surprises from ENFJs
    also my enfj always says how he likes to post lyrics on fb cuz they give him that touch of mistery...but if you ask me i see it like "you know you are transparent so you wanna get a bit misterious"...that and Ni working XD

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    ENFJ - The Givers

    Quote Originally Posted by Hycocritical truth teller View Post
    I see you guys as transparent actually - not predictable! You ar ento very well in hiding things...most of things i can see in your eyes or when you have a reaction on some comment or action your face is saying everything! Expressive i would say!
    But for example i can always guess what my enfj is doing in certain time of the day - in 70% of cases i would guess it right...i don't know would you count that as predictable...
    but i do often get very pleasant surprises from ENFJs
    also my enfj always says how he likes to post lyrics on fb cuz they give him that touch of mistery...but if you ask me i see it like "you know you are transparent so you wanna get a bit misterious"...that and Ni working XD
    I have an ENTP friend who usually can read me quite well. I'll agree i'm not a hard person to read unless I don't want to be read than I do what I can not to be read. But it usually makes my problem more apparent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malachi View Post
    I have an ENTP friend who usually can read me quite well. I'll agree i'm not a hard person to read unless I don't want to be read than I do what I can not to be read. But it usually makes my problem more apparent.
    when we are already on subject...i personally often thought the ENFJ i know is a bit of a drama queen and attention seeking. Not in a sick way or very negative way, just it appears to be that he is more comfortable with attention then with not having it. For example - when he has problems he usually displays many things on facebook wall about it. Doesn't do it with every little issue but as soon as someone asks anything about he will say it. I personally like that outspoken part, but i still think he is kinda attention seeker cuz in many cases he turned out to be a drama queen (like i thought it's smth serious and it turned out to be nothing really - but the way he puts it, it sounds like a big emotional problem). Is that usual for ENFJs?
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    ENFJ - The Givers

    Around people who do not know me as well, a mysterious and often inconsistent felle but with almost a never ending of professionalism.

    Around close friends and family, predictable as fuck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malachi View Post
    I feel I'm exceptionally predictable. I almost like it though it means people know how I feel and what I'm thinking with our me always having to say it. Such as some of my friends have notice I get a certain smirk on my face when I am about to or are thinking of a dirty joke and they call me on it all the time. What do you consider yourself and why do you like and or dislike being that way?
    That reminds me of my ENFJ friend: whenever he used to talk about this girl he used to like, he had this certain particular look on his face and I was like "Oh man, here it comes...." and sure enough....
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    Quote Originally Posted by dulcinea View Post
    That reminds me of my ENFJ friend: whenever he used to talk about this girl he used to like, he had this certain particular look on his face and I was like "Oh man, here it comes...." and sure enough....
    yep ENFJs do that :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by KC View Post
    Around people who do not know me as well, a mysterious and often inconsistent felle but with almost a never ending of professionalism.

    Around close friends and family, predictable as fuck.
    So true for me as well. I asked an insightful IXFJ friend what he thought of me once and he responded "You're just full of surprises".

    However, once you're in with me and close to taking a bite out of the caramelly, nougaty emotional center.... which not many are......I'd imagine reading me would become fairly easy.

    Not many people get there because not many are willing to take the time to figure me out. It's not always a negative thing, though, because I end up filtering out the baddies that way.
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    ENFJ - The Givers

    Quote Originally Posted by Hycocritical truth teller View Post
    when we are already on subject...i personally often thought the ENFJ i know is a bit of a drama queen and attention seeking. Not in a sick way or very negative way, just it appears to be that he is more comfortable with attention then with not having it. For example - when he has problems he usually displays many things on facebook wall about it. Doesn't do it with every little issue but as soon as someone asks anything about he will say it. I personally like that outspoken part, but i still think he is kinda attention seeker cuz in many cases he turned out to be a drama queen (like i thought it's smth serious and it turned out to be nothing really - but the way he puts it, it sounds like a big emotional problem). Is that usual for ENFJs?
    I can act that way a lot. My two best friends and I consider each of us attention whores. And it's not as bad as the name implies but it's pretty bad sometimes.

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    ENFJ - The Givers

    Very predictable. My words, personality, face and gestures tend to speak a lot. I'm not good at lying either, although I have a lot of confident charisma when I speak in public, which could be good to deceit people. But people know my intentions.
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