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    Quote Originally Posted by hotmale View Post
    What kind of actor doesn't use his/her looks? :rofl2:

    ptgatsy, I think you're rather cynically naive.
    And I think you're misunderstanding pt. It's not that, as an actress, she should downplay her looks, it's that she should have entered a profession that utilized her intellect more than modeling and acting - especially since he doesn't consider her to be that talented of an actress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    And I think you're misunderstanding pt. It's not that, as an actress, she should downplay her looks, it's that she should have entered a profession that utilized her intellect more than modeling and acting - especially since he doesn't consider her to be that talented of an actress.
    Yup, although I think she probably took the best course for her own interests (namely money). It's just that she's a lot smarter than she is a good actress. It offends the economic part of my mind.

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    I can identify with her behaviour and the way she communicates extremely well. I'm into theatre/acting as well. There's something about the way that the interviewers look at her when she's talking. It's the same look I always get.
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    She's extremely intelligent and really strong while not being arrogant which makes me think she is an ENFP.

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    I'd say ENTP as an instantaneous estimate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamiteninja View Post
    I'd say ENTP as an instantaneous estimate.
    nah, way too uptight, subjective, and judgmental.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    nah, way too uptight, subjective, and judgmental.
    ENTJ as second guess then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptgatsby View Post

    Stuff like her comments "I hated recess until I realised I could sit and read rather than play" and "I didn't get along...".

    Those are anti-ENFP things, IMO.
    thats not anti-enfp, i can relate to that. i was incredibly curious about everything and was a bit more introverted when i was younger, so although it was easy for me to socialize, and i loved being with friends, i loved reading for hours as well.

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    ENFP 3w2 Sx/Sp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
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