INFP: Tries to keep things casual but accidentally writes four poems comparing their date’s mouth to an exotic-tasting fruit on the subway ride home.
ENTP: Enjoys the game of trying to get their date to fall madly in love with them.
ISFP: Smiles shyly, makes polite conversation, and internally calculates how much of their wild side their date seems capable of handling.
ESFP: Plans a back up date that’s way more fun and adventurous than the standard date.
They are likely to find meaning in meaningless things, and relationships with INFPs end typically because of imagined slights, or the realization that nothing you’ve said for the last fourteen months have even been processed by their brains.
But when you sit down to meet with a potential love interest for the first time, how do you know what kind of romance you’re getting yourself into? Here’s how each type approaches romance on the first date.
Spending time with an ENFP is difficult, considering not many have the patience to listen to their stupid ideas.
These are the people who get tribal tattoos and think that makes them part of a tribe.
Usually, the best way to get them out of this is distracting them with something shiny, or make a doll of the friend they lost they can keep as a substitute.
Since you considered doing this creepy thing, I can but assume you’re an ISFJ, so get away from me, get far away.