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    INTPs are more slyly funny from what I've seen (one of my best friends is an INTP, as is my father)- they'll just slip a joke in somewhere with a completely straight face and unless you're paying attention and know something about the world there's a good chance you'll miss it. If you notice it though, it's hillarious.

    ENTPs I know talk a lot more- less amusing if we're going a words per laughability ratio definitly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    It's mostly natural, but they can't give in to the wrong impulse, say the wrong thing, do the wrong thing... that takes some form of self-control.
    Yes, but charismatic people are so natural in their expression/personae that nothing they do or say ever seems *forced*, so any self-control they do utilize/exercise is deftly quick and hence, unnoticeable.
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    I'll have you know that it's impossible for me to keep a straight face when telling a joke in real life; I'm often very fiery in my expression. That's why I love the Internet, because I can be dry and subtle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    How so?

    Those who are charismatic tend to be effervescent, happy, sincere, comfortable in their skin, warm and overall confident.

    Self-control?

    Not particularly, charismatic people are quite natural, (and free-flowing), in the way they express themselves.
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    To hold court is an art of throwing everyone slightly left-of-centre. The well-placed word, knowing when to say what, and how, yet always at ease with the self.
    Bolded part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    Yes, but charismatic people are so natural in their expression/personae that nothing they do or say ever seems *forced*, so any self-control they do utilize/exercise is deftly quick and hence, unnoticeable.
    Ever heard of emotional volatility?

    Sometimes it's best to keep that reserved.
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    Feynman was ENFJ actually , but anyway. /Tesla/ was ENTP.

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    I would type both Tina Fey and Zooey Deschanel as INTP, and I think both exude a quiet charisma.

    I can be more charismatic when I want to--it's the old Spencer Tracy trick of turning it on when you don't mind the attention and off when you'd rather not be bothered. Most of the time I don't want the attention, though.

    Es are probably more likely to have charisma, though. When I think charisma, I think of people like Robert Downey, Jr. Just something effortless about his personality that makes everyone think they'd be his BFF (or perfect mate) if they knew him.
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    I dunno, perhaps I am seeing this from an ENFP standpoint, but your description of a charismatic person as using, "The well-placed word, knowing when to say what, and how" seems, *forced* and Machiavellian to me, and therefore indicative of a snake-like charm and not a natural form of charisma.

    I could be wrong though.

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    So I unnatural?

    E natural?

    Got it.
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