that annoys me too...so i learned not to get offended. i might be the only one in the world who doesn't get offended by anything. lol. yeah, i'm looking to date one right now but i'm not sure what's going on in his head. i've read somewhere that ENTPs like a challenge, but seriously, has anyone ever tried to play hard to get??! It's really hard.I don't meet many of them, but they seem alright. I really have to censor myself, though, in order to avoid offending them -- that gets majorly annoying.
sounds so familiar, i almost thought you were an old friend. :laughing:I used to chat a lot with an ENTP, our humor was matching. When we met, however, she felt that I didn't click with her on a personal level. I had thought she was nice, and vice versa, but I guess she was just looking someone perfect.
I'd suggest you engage him in conversation about whatever you like or think your common interests might be. I'm sure he'll take it from there. That was exactly how my relationship started.i'm just annoyed. i know that he likes me, but i'm not going to make the first move. i just don't know what to do after that...or anymore.
I'd suggest you engage him in conversation about whatever you like or think your common interests might be. I'm sure he'll take it from there. That was exactly how my relationship started.
Just be aware that we get absorbed in our projects. If he ignores you, it's nothing personal. Knock his papers on the floor or something.
That's a little different - for some reason I thought you were casual acquaintances. Hmmmm, I'd say tweak him - toss something at him or play a practical joke - have some fun. If he's like me, he'll engage you, and pay attention without you having to ask. If you haven't done something like that before, I'm guessing he'll see you're flirting. I dunno if you can get away that where you work, but....Yeah, see...we have a LOT of things in common. In fact, since I work with him everyday, and our jobs don't consist of much, we can literally talk for the 8 hours we're there, which we do. Problem is, he hasn't asked for a number or anything. He mentioned coffee. But, that's it. So, I'm not sure if I should approach him and ask what the hell is going on or if I should just continue on with whatever. :dry:
I think that is just it, you can tend to react strongly to little things, but you get over it astonishingly quickly. I'd say there's no grudges either.And I don't know why everyone thinks INFPs are hyper sensitive. I'm emotionally reactive, but I get over things quickly. Perhaps my Te is just well developed.