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    Creepy people give me the creeps.
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    I can somehow find redeeming qualities in anybody, and if can't they still don't creep me out, more like they disgust or sadden me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    I've actually seen lots of different kinds of creepy, but my introductions to two INTJs IRL I had the hairs on the back of my neck standing both times. They both, also, turned into people I have enjoyed many fun conversations with afterwards.
    Hmmm Why did they get under your skin so badly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by colmena View Post
    The story of INTx lives.

    Not that I'm saying it's not their fault.
    No, I never considered it to be their fault.

    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    Hmmm Why did they get under your skin so badly?
    It's the look in their eyes, it scares me at first. Thankfully they tend to talk about something interesting so I can focus on that until they don't seem as scary anymore. It usually takes a few times seeing them and talking to them that I finally calm down. It kinda sucks, because they can be very fun to talk to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    It's the look in their eyes, it scares me at first.
    I've been told I have a way of looking at people that bothers them. How do you perceive this look? Do you feel like they can see right through you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    I've been told I have a way of looking at people that bothers them. How do you perceive this look? Do you feel like they can see right through you?
    and are probing for something, though I'm assuming it's my usefulness or lack there of.

    Edit: Minor temptation
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVO View Post
    INTP's.

    I can read their mind. Ignorance is indeed bliss.

    It is the INFPs that I do not attempt to read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    I've been told I have a way of looking at people that bothers them. How do you perceive this look? Do you feel like they can see right through you?
    I do not think I get perturbed at all. The behaviour of ENTPs is worrying. Their insight is acute at the extravert level. They are clever, but may not be educated so they come out as crude. They can be dangerous even to INTPs, although I am not sure if I hve identifed the type correctly. It could be a ESFP.
    Freud is 80% fraud, all except the E for Ego
    The difference between the Psi Cops (psychiatrists)
    and the Psi Corps (psychologists) is the R for Relationship.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    I do not think I get perturbed at all. The behaviour of ENTPs is worrying. Their insight is acute at the extravert level. They are clever, but may not be educated so they come out as crude. They can be dangerous even to INTPs, although I am not sure if I hve identifed the type correctly. It could be a ESFP.
    Education isn't related to type...
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    This thread would have been much better had it been about crpes.

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