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    OMG he's not a fucking F. At all. AT ALL.

    ENTJ. Or maybe even ESTP. He had serious impulse control problems.
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    ^ Yes he did have Fe. Isn't that why he was so good as faking a smile. He would politely smile and talk to his victims to be before severely attacking them. He would dance and sing while he attacks them.

    He does have F. Fe infact. And it is very well developed too. If you argue that he does not have F (for his singing and dancing) he surely has it in his polite, well mannered conversation style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    ^ Yes he did have Fe. Isn't that why he was so good as faking a smile. He would politely smile and talk to his victims to be before severely attacking them. He would dance and sing while he attacks them.

    He does have F. Fe infact. And it is very well developed too. If you argue that he does not have F (for his singing and dancing) he surely has it in his polite, well mannered conversation style.
    Um, no. Dancing, singing, politeness, and fake smiling does not equal Fe dominant. Are you serious?
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    He had serious impulse control problems.
    He is a psychopath. And he is definitely the most obvious one we've seen on a big screen (with Hannibal Lecter). (Hannibal is more of a sociopath than a psychopath. But that argument should be in a different thread.)


    And psychopaths have severe impulse control issues which leads to their impulsive, irresponsible nature. There could be a million other reason, I am just stating the obvious.

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    Of course, it's actually a simulation of Fe in order to manipulate peoples, a mask, not her true personality. I think he's of a TP type. He's rather a introvert and seems to have a good deal of Ni.. ISTP is possible but he's so exentric and not down-to-heart at all, so I say INTP. With strong inferior Fe leaning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    He is a psychopath. And he is definitely the most obvious one we've seen on a big screen (with Hannibal Lecter). (Hannibal is more of a sociopath than a psychopath. But that argument should be in a different thread.)


    And psychopaths have severe impulse control issues which leads to their impulsive, irresponsible nature. There could be a million other reason, I am just stating the obvious.
    Your point?
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    The most sure thing anyway is that Alex DeLarge is a Chaotic Evil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Your point?
    ^ That post you quoted was in the process of being typed before you posted this -

    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Um, no. Dancing, singing, politeness, and fake smiling does not equal Fe dominant. Are you serious?
    So it would definitely not answer your question. Let me try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    OMG he's not a fucking F. At all. AT ALL.

    ENTJ. Or maybe even ESTP. He had serious impulse control problems.
    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Um, no. Dancing, singing, politeness, and fake smiling does not equal Fe dominant. Are you serious?
    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Your point?


    It's just a movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTG1984 View Post


    It's just a movie.
    Thanks mom.

    Don't overinterpret the tone of my posts.
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