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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    I still think there's insufficient input to make a firm decision. But the mirroring/self monitor thread reminded me of this... Her statements regarding to her political belief looks to me like classical Fe judgments in action. INTP has inferior Fe... makes it a little suspicious.
    i agree. i don't have enough info to be sure.

    i was more replying to splittet's comment that it would be unlikely 3 of her 4 letters are wrong. and it is unlikely. but i trust my gut over the unlikelyhood.

    i dunno, she could be INTP. i just didn't see any Ti or Ne

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    What do you say about this:

    YouTube - INFP

    She isn't saying much....

    YouTube - What's your personality type?

    This person says he is INFP. Seems very animated for one.

    Another INTP

    YouTube - INTP

    Comments?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcearos View Post
    What do you say about this:

    YouTube - INFP

    She isn't saying much....
    i'd believe it

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    I found ISTJ!!!



    YouTube - I'm an ISTJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcearos View Post
    Another INTP

    YouTube - INTP

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    she seems like an INFP

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    ok, the non-talker might be INFP or ISFP but either way i thought it was kinda pretentious/annoying.

    the second guy seemed the same, Fi dominant but maybe more of an S type.

    last chick was definitely INFP and i bet if she had gotten that result she woulda been more happy about the test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Actually, this is generally the way I behave when I am around other people, like at work or at school (when I was going). I behave like that when I'm alone, too. I get animated and come up with bouncy ideas and I like to perform and imitate imaginary characters.

    I bet this dude has gotten fired from a lot of jobs like myself because people think he's weird. It must be worse for him because he seems to hail from Jolly Old England, where manners and "proper" behavior are of the utmost importance. I sympathize with this chap.
    Actually, that's an Australian accent, hon.

    Why would someone get fired just for being wierd? I mean, creepy-stalker wierd, fine, but more-than-slightly-zany wierd? No way! How can you not adore that? :P

    And I'd like to think we're a bit more laid-back and larrikin here... but I don't think the UK is nearly as stuffy as you think it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arcticangel02 View Post
    Why would someone get fired just for being wierd? I mean, creepy-stalker wierd, fine, but more-than-slightly-zany wierd? No way! How can you not adore that? :P
    In America, at least, harassment is doing anything that makes anyone else feel uncomfortable. So technically, acting in any unconventional manner in an American workplace can get you fired, and it doesn't always have to be the "creepy stalker" weird. Hell, even being in the presence of someone who doesn't like you is considered harassment, technically. The jobs I had, at least, were filled with stuffy old people and uptight managers. That coupled with a zany attitude like that Aussie gentleman, which is very similar to how I've behaved in the workplace, can be very bad blood.

    I always had trouble telling the difference between the English and Australian accent, because the English accent doesn't always sound stuffy, either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    In America, at least, harassment is doing anything that makes anyone else feel uncomfortable. So technically, acting in any unconventional manner in an American workplace can get you fired, and it doesn't always have to be the "creepy stalker" weird. Hell, even being in the presence of someone who doesn't like you is considered harassment, technically. The jobs I had, at least, were filled with stuffy old people and uptight managers. That coupled with a zany attitude like that Aussie gentleman, which is very similar to how I've behaved in the workplace, can be very bad blood.
    That sucks.

    Though it sounds like America is more uptight than this 'proper Old England' you mentioned, save in very particular circles. And I can't imagine that happening here.

    I mean, I'm an F, so I tend to ingratiate myself with people more, but still, I do the 'zany wierd' thing a fair bit, and I've not really gotten into more trouble than on the recieving end of a few odd looks.

    Though perhaps it's something you don't notice unless you've been in that situation. :/
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    I notice many tend to doubt the N of people in these movies. Might it be because of unrealistic expectations of what an N is? I get the sense you guys think many of these people are not good enough to be N. I get the sense you expect more. The N is being made into a mystical creature that you simply do not see in normal people. But at least 1/4 is an N, and I guess one wants to keep that in mind. Not every N can be revolutionary creative. 1/4 is simply too normal for anything revolutionary to come out of every single one.

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