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    The girl in the ENTP video @1.55 is really cute and I loved her body language.

    Hehe

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    lol pod'lair. They'r not a cult, they swear!
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    I am curious why people aren't interested in these videos as they should be.

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    lol pod'lair. They'r not a cult, they swear!
    I don't get the joke. Elaborate please.

    So far the people in the infj video are my favourite since they have such warm engaging vibes. Nit entirely sure whether all the people in the videos are properly typed.

    I am disappointed that regarding certain types videos haven't been made and i doubt new videos would be made any time soon since these were made quite awhile ago.

    The final video which the composers are featured gives an extremely comprehensive explanation.

    Hmm.. both the composers seem like intps to me. The female maybe an infp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    lol pod'lair. They'r not a cult, they swear!
    Nostril hairs moved at 2:34 = Ni
    Herpes broke out at 2:35 = Se
    Ear wax fell out, repeatedly, at 2:36, 2:37, and 2:38 = Ne

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    The traits assigned to types are too specific. General "vibes" work better, even if they aren't as robust.

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    this sounds like an estj is trying to visual ID people.

    The method isn't wrong in the fact that it is seeing consistent traits and facial movements. However I believe the theory is too absolute in the fact that once the visual reader sees a cue they immediately jump to the conclusion that the person has those functions as their top 2.

    If I knew a person was reading me with this method, all I would have to do is activate my Ni and they'd probably think I was INTJ. Or i'd start making vivid facial expressions and they'd think I was ENFJ or ISFJ.

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    I'll answer this:
    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    I am curious why people aren't interested in these videos as they should be.
    With exactly this:
    Quote Originally Posted by garbage View Post
    The traits assigned to types are too specific. General "vibes" work better, even if they aren't as robust.
    I just don't think visual readings work like that. I find descriptions of 'vibes' more insightful, as that also has to do with the content that comes out, like how they choose to answer questions, as well as body language.
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