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    What's his type?

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    I only know flawed people who are still worth loving."
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    ENTP, I think

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    intp
    or infp

    dont know much about him

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    I'd agree that ENxx is right. However, I can't say I know enough to determine more, either. ENTP seems like a good match.
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    I've heard ISFP pretty consistantly. I could see it, or maybe EN_P.

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    My employer used to own a large printing company and met Dali before he died -says the man was crazy, seemed kind of controlling too - demanded that the dies be changed on a print job at the last minute to give gold or silver overlay, but apparently the outcome was beautiful. That indicates to me Se and Te, possibly. xSFP?

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    ENFP.
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    I live in Florida, and am here to tell you that the "Salvador Dali Museum" is located in the city of St. Petersburg.

    It is a sight worth any amount of time and money you could ever spend to go there, or to get in. His work is surreal and amazing in picture books, and when you see it in real life, it will blow your fuicking mind about four universes away from our own.

    The "Hallucinogenic Torreador" has always been a favorite of mine. I loved it in books when I was a kid, as it was just so deep, and wild, and so eloquently sewn together:


    Now, imagine having a life long love of this painting, and then walking up on it as I meandered through a hallway of the museum, walking out into a huge, open room the size of a ballroom in Cinderella's castle, and then seeing the portrait in real life hung from the ceiling to down near the floor. It is FUCKING MASSIVE. Go to Dali's museum before your time on this Earth ends, regardles of his MBTI type, you will not regret it.
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    I agree as to ENTP. Wacky brilliant guy.
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    didnt he live in isolation until he met Gala? i think introvert, he was attention whore but i believe it was cos he was enneagram 4 and "special".. he was also self-absorbed
    edit: actually i am not so sure after reading a bit he could be E too... he was too wacky to be sure about that.

    he was NP. p is obvious, biography says he was very interested in math so N is also sure,imo.


    intp or entp, intp more likely

    edit: i watched movie about Klimt and he was totally, at least in movie, INTP and 4.

    edit2: not to mention that my friend who is INTP and 4 (confirmed both by him, he knows about mbti a lot) is replica of both dali and klimt, i couldnt believe when i watched movie about klimt, and my friend is also a painter. lovely
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