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    Quote Originally Posted by candylandjoe View Post
    This raises an important point.
    Its strikingly similar. Everything about the way he speaks, reacts to questions, smiles, sits, searches for his words before he says them.

    Even that he mentioned he couldnt live without clothes which the ISFJ i know definitely seconds.

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    Brad Pitt oozes Se. I could see ISFP, but xSFJ seems out of the question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    Brad Pitt oozes Se. I could see ISFP, but xSFJ seems out of the question.
    The leader of an mbti branch-off cult once used that as part of his rationale as for why I'm an enfj.

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    I think it's all an act and he's a badass ENTP playing with you all.



    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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    Brad Pitt changed major three times before decide to be actor without any formation in the field of acting. Are ISFJs supposed to do this? He's not a big planner and is actually terrible at following etablished projects. He's laid-back, candid, kind and fashionable. He's also often typed as enneagram 7. I say he's ISFP.
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    i say isfp too yep or esfp...no idea rather or not he's extraverted.
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    He's an xSFP...

    I mean he's used to cameras and the like, but he handles the unexpected moments pretty well. I'd think and ISFJ would definitely be a lot more laughs.

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    Not enough confrontational to be ESFP in my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Not enough confrontational to be ESFP in my opinion.
    Sources regarding the flakiness, etc.?

    I don't know if that's as much of an indicator of esfp as the degree one basks in attention. Pitt doesn't inflate, expand like a bounce house under the lights; rather, we get a constant, composed smirk with relevant/realistic responses, minimal energy spent. This all points to introversion at the very least. Tommy Lee Jones (who I think is an istj) has a similar way about him, though, how his energy is directed. I think Si dominant makes the most sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by candylandjoe View Post
    The leader of an mbti branch-off cult once used that as part of his rationale as for why I'm an enfj.
    I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about, but I have a feeling it does nothing to refute my point.
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