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    INTJs I know have piercing and mesmerizing stares. You can really see their underlying intensity and keenness in their eyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Memphis View Post
    I think the INTP gaze is a more reliable trait.
    It's like they are looking right at you, but you get the sense that they are 1 000 miles away.

    Lecturer told me she's never sure whether im listening or not even when im looking straight at her

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlFromMars View Post
    Haha, my brother (pretty sure he's INTP) does this a lot. But then again so do I...! I tend to think of the gaze as an IN thing.
    Yeah, they've pretty much got the same thing going on. However I feel like INFPs look into you, while INTPs look kinda through you.

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    oooh...i can totally see fi eyes.
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    I think INFJ have almost intimidating eyes

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    I tend to imagine male INFJ's to look like Jesus/Kurt Cobain. Eventhough Kurt was an INFP...but that's a different, already exsisting thread. But, yeah, that's the image I get with INFJ males. Tye-dye shirts come to mind too! Haha.

    Quote Originally Posted by Memphis
    Yeah, they've pretty much got the same thing going on. However I feel like INFPs look into you, while INTPs look kinda through you.
    Yeah, I can see that. I love INTP's. And INFP'S too, obvioussslllyyy.
    INFP~ 4w5 ~ sx/sp ~ IEI ~ Libra

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    INTx walking style:

    Usually looking at the ground in front of them, fixed gaze, utilitarian movement, arms sometimes flailing to aid in forward trajectory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Memphis View Post
    Yeah, they've pretty much got the same thing going on. However I feel like INFPs look into you, while INTPs look kinda through you.
    How would you all know so many INTPs? And know that they are INTPs.

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    Do all INFP's walk super slow, with head down to the ground, ignoring most everything around you (very often with headphones on) banging into people constantly, and almost getting ran over approx. 90 times?
    INFP~ 4w5 ~ sx/sp ~ IEI ~ Libra

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    hmm...do all enfps walk around like they own the place but not really quite sure where they are? haha
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