This girl seems to really like me, and I have been watching how she interacts with me and trying to figure out her type ... I think I pretty much have her nailed down to either an ENTP or ENTJ ...
Initially I though she was more ENTP because she has a very close facial resemblence to actor David Schwimmer [an ENTP], but I noticed later that she could have a pointed chin more like an ENTJ. I am thinking that she is also more ENTJ because she likes to give advice, take charge, and is very timely. I don't think that is a typical trait of someone that is ENTP.
She also makes some really funny maybe even sexual puns sometimes. Like for example I was putting on some sunscreen, and I mentioned how I am so white that I never tan properly. She comes over right after hearing that and says "do you think I can get a tan?" Well, this girl is already tan, so I tell her that. And she is like,"that is my natural skin color."
The first time I met her she would intentionally invade my public space. She would sit so close to me sometimes that she almost would sit in my lap, and this was before she hardly knew me! She would intentionally stand close to me and let her boobs press against my chest, and ask things like "are you chewing bubble gum?"
She even sat next me during church, pressing up as close as she could to me and started knitting; right after she handed me a bible, a pen, and piece of paper so I could take notes on the sermon. Apparently, she is a real homebody.
Another thing I have noticed is that besides the fact she thinks that I am "NICE" by the girl standard is that [naturally as an INTJ] I act dominant towards her sometimes and it seems to piss her off a little in the short-term. Maybe I should try to lighten up a little bit on that, she seems to tolerate me otherwise.
Anyways, if I am right that this girl is in fact an ENTJ and please tell me if any of you feel to disagree with this, but what is the best way to keep the flow of her favoring me as an INTJ male? I think some of the attraction is physical and a lot of it is the way I behave as an INTJ.