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    I was thinking about this in the shower -
    What types are easiest to read/gauge? Which ones are most difficult? Overgeneralizing by type is never ()a good thing, but out of the three ISTPs I've known, I've always found them easy to read.
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    I was thinking about this in the shower -
    Don't we all

    What types are easiest to read/gauge? Which ones are most difficult?
    This is probably more of an Ni skill but I'd say extroverts, obviously, are easier to read.
    Everything else really depends on the type of the reader and the reading material.

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    In high school, I thought I was always easy to read - and then my old friend Lauren tried to read me. I vaguely remember this happening during gym class: she was staring intently at me while we were talking, then after a while said, "You know, you're a difficult person to read. You're like a mystery."

    It still surprises me to this day.
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    Probably any type who uses Fe.
    Deep shower thoughts dude, I think about orange juice and Bing Crosby mostly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyLazarus View Post
    Probably any type who uses Fe.
    Ah, I take it you've changed your username now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morning Star View Post
    Ah, I take it you've changed your username now?
    Yup!
    *Poses* How does it look?

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    Extroverted types are easier to read, I think...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyLazarus View Post
    Yup!
    *Poses* How does it look?
    It's awesome! Congrats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyLazarus View Post
    Probably any type who uses Fe.
    Deep shower thoughts dude, I think about orange juice and Bing Crosby mostly.
    Too weird - orange juice and Bing Crosby were both in my dream last night.
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    It depends on what types/functions you are used to read, for me its ENFPs
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