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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    I've known plenty of EXFPs to be this way too, the ones who originally type themselves as introverts. But I totally get what you're saying. I'd like to say maybe to the IXFJ but my problem is I just don't see the stinking ni or si.
    Right I don't either but that bothers me less than not seeing the ne or fi because I feel like I would and do so easily usually. And if you compare him with other known enfps they just don't vibe similarly at all. Like look at that video of Chris pine someone posted the other day. Just contrast that with this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    I think I get what that feels like in your brain an why that feels right for you and I would say the same for myself. I was a shy kid too... Like till middle school or something.

    But...he just really doesn't seem fi to me at all. Where are you seeing fi?

    My infp bf thinks he's isfj. And doesn't see fi either.

    Honestly tho with the info I have to this point I think he's infj second guess isfj third guess enfj.
    I need to think more about the Fi thing to give you a proper response. But like I said, he's got that extroverted perception I need to keep busy thing going on. I just don't see many ixfjs throwing themselves into a million projects at once like he does, and doing it in the sort of laissez-faire, let's see what happens way that he does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    I need to think more about the Fi thing to give you a proper response. But like I said, he's got that extroverted perception I need to keep busy thing going on. I just don't see many ixfjs throwing themselves into a million projects at once like he does, and doing it in the sort of laissez-faire, let's see what happens way that he does.
    It's entirely possible you know more about him than I do and are working from a different si framework than I am but I did just watch him on the actors studio and felt like it was pretty good.

    I don't think it's unlike an infj to have different projects going on at all either and has not been my experience with them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    Right I don't either but that bothers me less than not seeing the ne or fi because I feel like I would and do so easily usually. And if you compare him with other known enfps they just don't vibe similarly at all. Like look at that video of Chris pine someone posted the other day. Just contrast that with this one.
    Oh, well I was thinking ESFP now anyway, not ENFP, which maybe you missed in the multitude of posts. But I will give it and the IXFJ more thought.

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    I really do not think James Franco is an ESFP. Not that I don't think ESFPs can be intelligent, but what ESFP would get a degree at Yale like that, which they had no need to use? An ENFP might do that, an ISFP, maybe, but an ESFP? I think an ESFP would be content to merely be a successful Hollywood actor.

    Anyway, I like the guy, regardless of his type. I think he's a Ne dom, though. The General Hospital thing, among his other stunts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    Oh, well I was thinking ESFP now anyway, not ENFP, which maybe you missed in the multitude of posts. But I will give it and the IXFJ more thought.
    Oh I'm sorry I did see that... Or I saw exfp and was answering fi for both and ne for enfp meaning I don't see how either would work.

    Ill think on it more too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msg_v2 View Post
    I really do not think James Franco is an ESFP. Not that I don't think ESFPs can be intelligent, but what ESFP would get a degree at Yale like that, which they had no need to use? An ENFP might do that, an ISFP, maybe, but an ESFP? I think an ESFP would be content to merely be a successful Hollywood actor.

    Anyway, I like the guy, regardless of his type. I think he's a Ne dom, though. The General Hospital thing, among his other stunts.
    I agree that the laundry list of academic accomplishments is a little unusual for an ESFP. But I'm also married to an ESFP who never stops accomplishing stuff- and who also had the highest grade in his Calc 3 class in college. I wonder if ESFPs are ever content, honestly, based on my close relationship with one. The need to be doing is constant.

    Yeah, the General Hospital thing, plus other stunts- that's why I thought Ne, too. But Se-doms can be plenty goofy and mischievous too.

    I like the guy, too. I think he's an interesting person. And I like that he definitely does his own thing, that he's not following the standard way to be a movie star or whatever.

    More than anything, like I've said before, I see him as an extroverted perceiver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    I agree that the laundry list of academic accomplishments is a little unusual for an ESFP. But I'm also married to an ESFP who never stops accomplishing stuff- and who also had the highest grade in his Calc 3 class in college.

    So you think it could be a Se way of pushing for something greater? I dunno, I'm still voting for him as a Ne dom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    Well he's got a fe smile... In a big way.
    Do you also think there's a causation between cranial capacity and intelligence - i.e. phrenology?
    In other words, do you think Africans on average are less intelligent than ethnic Europeans because of their skull sizes?

    If not, why do you think the appearance of a person's smile is indicative of his personality type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmileyMan View Post
    Do you also think there's a causation between cranial capacity and intelligence - i.e. phrenology?
    In other words, do you think Africans on average are less intelligent than ethnic Europeans because of their skull sizes?

    If not, why do you think the appearance of a person's smile is indicative of his personality type?
    because i don't think it has a thing to do with his face/mouth shape and everything to do with his personality.
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