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View Poll Results: Is the person in this photo angry? (If unsure, choose your best guess.)

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  • I am Fe-dominant. Yes.

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  • I am Fe-dominant. No.

    3 3.75%
  • I am Fi-dominant. Yes.

    11 13.75%
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    13 16.25%
  • I am Te-dominant. Yes.

    6 7.50%
  • I am Te-dominant. No.

    6 7.50%
  • I am Ti-dominant. Yes.

    14 17.50%
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  1. #11
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    Not angry, just psycho.

    Seriously need to take the pic from a different angle. A smile wouldn't hurt as well.
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    what's the right answer?! i say not angry.


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    He's posing for the camera. the muscles on his face are not engaged in a way I perceive as anger.
    But it's an interesting question. It made me realize that I que into more than just facial expression when I make those judgements.

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    not angry, just a pedo

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    I've seen my INTP friend make this expression, it's usually followed by an endearing smile when he sees me catching him in Ti focus. If I saw someone was "in the zone" I'd presume nothing of that expression. However, from the photo alone without context, it does look angry.
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    My first impression is angry.
    I get a general "negative mood" vibe from the photo, not a neutral or happy vibe.

    I've known a lot of INTPs who can look quite intense for their neutral face (it's the eyes!), but I never mistook it for angry as I see here.

    Honestly, I've had many people tell me I am portraying some negative emotion when I am in neutral face mode, and I'm not really sure why either. I find I have to go around smiling like a moron to offset it.
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    The fact that it's posed as a question like this might lead more people to say "not angry" while they might have perceived anger if they actually encountered the person.

    That said, I said "not angry." The guy's not happy, but I don't get a specific angry vibe.

    I'm curious to know what the OP's hypothesis is.

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    I voted yes to anger... but this was my thought patterns.

    First glance, it was a stare. Then I stared at it and it seems to reflect anger. But then again I think it's only because the image is static. If a person hold that look for a period of time, then yes it's anger... but with a picture, you only have a snapshot and not a reference time frame. Therefore the person in the picture can be either.
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    He looks focused to me.

    On what?

    Can't tell that from a picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metaphours View Post
    not angry, just a pedo
    you're bad!

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