Er what was weird about figuring it out fast? I know right away if I'm interested in someone or not... doesn't everyone?It makes sense that with the ESTPs phenomenal ability to perceive people's motivations and intentions, they know when they're in love pretty early. I had an acquaintance that I've met but haven't really had a chance to talk to until a year later. I was extremely fascinated by her and told her about my feelings for her in two weeks. She still brings up sometimes how weird she thinks it is, haha!
I don't know about other people, but I usually have unexpected result regarding the person I like. Most of the times I gradually realize that I'm not interested in him as much as I did at the first time. So even if I find him interesting at first, I usually wait to see if my interest on him will last or not.Er what was weird about figuring it out fast? I know right away if I'm interested in someone or not... doesn't everyone?
Haha, cute.Yeah its a little wierd how some people don't really realize they like someone. I'll be talking to a girl then BOOM halfway through the conversation infatuation will hit me like a brick. Then I start stuttering, etc. At that point its time to retreat and come back when I have my act together.
You may be unaware of how you appear to others, thus leading people on, accidentally.I know personalitypage.com mentions something about ESTP's leading people on because we are unaware of our feelings. But I'm pretty sure that article wasn't written by an ESTP. (I think I heard INFP somewhere).
Me personally, I've always been aware of my feelings, I've just been hot and cold. If a girl approaches me hardcore every day I actually lose interest for some reason. I don't mind women doing the initiating if they're a little subtle about it, but if they throw themselves at me like a woman launched off of a tribuchet I get kinda scared. (I'm looking at you, INFJ unrequited lovers)
As an INFJ, I personally don't tend (or very rare occasions) to be the one approaching a stranger/someone I'm interested, whether it's to be friends or more.Yeah its a little wierd how some ... (I'm looking at you, INFJ unrequited lovers)