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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    INTJ
    I think IN is good. But TJ? No.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Because of the big nerdy glasses?
    Actually, no. It's the facial expression. My first impulse was INTP, but the smirk seemed too...too, I don't know...cocky? Confident? But then again, I have seen INTPs do that on occasion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ene View Post
    Actually, no. It's the facial expression. My first impulse was INTP, but the smirk seemed too...too, I don't know...cocky? Confident? But then again, I have seen INTPs do that on occasion.
    He could be an INTP. I'm open-minded on this one, but I'm really teetering between INTP and INFP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    I don't know, but I sincerely doubt that.

    He looks realistic = sensor instead of imaginative = intuitive
    Also he looks cold than social so he’s introverted.
    As for judging, he’s well clothed, give me the feeling of an organised person.
    I can see intelligence in his face when he looks like he admired something, if it was a feeler I’d probably seen more impulsive reaction e.g. wider eyes…
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mademoiselle View Post

    He looks realistic = sensor instead of imaginative = intuitive
    Also he looks cold than social so he’s introverted.
    As for judging, he’s well clothed, give me the feeling of an organised person.
    I can see intelligence in his face when he looks like he admired something, if it was a feeler I’d probably seen more impulsive reaction e.g. wider eyes…
    He's dressed that way for a picture. That's not necessarily how he dresses every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    He's dressed that way for a picture. That's not necessarily how he dresses every day.


    This picture made me confirm he’s either sensor or thinking or both.
    however taking out the most possible option as for me:
    I believe this time he’s staring and it looks like he’s analysing rather than observing.
    His impression is too stoic for a feeler and too focused for an intuitive, judging form both pictures.
    And About the dress, he was flawless and organised unlike a perceiver who’d look less comfortable in them, and I still think so after seeing the other picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mademoiselle View Post

    This picture made me confirm he’s either sensor or thinking or both.
    however taking out the most possible option as for me:
    I believe this time he’s staring and it looks like he’s analysing rather than observing.
    His impression is too stoic for a feeler and too focused for an intuitive, judging form both pictures.
    And About the dress, he was flawless and organised unlike a perceiver who’d look less comfortable in them, and I still think so after seeing the other picture.
    Intuitives can't focus as well as Sensors?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    ExTP or IxTP.

    I think iNtuitive, but then there's that STP smirk...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Intuitives can't focus as well as Sensors?

    In my opinion, yes, and about focus I meant long-term focus on an object itself.
    I cannot look at a single thing without thousands of ideas coming up after my head is inspired.
    We;re not good observers after all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mademoiselle View Post

    In my opinion, yes, and about focus I meant long-term focus on an object itself.
    I cannot look at a single thing without thousands of ideas coming up after my head is inspired.
    We;re not good observers after all.
    The intuitive's focus is not so much on the object as it is on the ideas provoked by the object. So you're right on, but only in terms of what the focus is about. If the ideas come and go in a flurry, then the intuitive is not focused on the object or the idea, but on the process of creating ideas.
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