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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    I stare back while getting ready to put on a show. Then I break eyecontact to focus on doing something so incredibly silly, that they cannot help but smile...ever so faintly. I admit some of them can take forever to smile..but once they do I know we'll be fine
    I also broke eye contact & looked up/down/around a few times then just went off to do something else while still keeping a close eye out. It was literally a cat/mouse game.... Wow, they have the strongest, most penetrating stare. It is worth it once you can crack a smile out of them.

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    Y'all make me nervous with all this plotting and planning. Doesn't it un-nerve any of the other INTJ's? My suspicion has been aroused...
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    I don't see how an INTJ stare is different from any other type of stare... I want the details.
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    It's cold, unfeeling, and intense.

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    I only have that stare when I'm angry. I've been told I can make a person shudder when I'm pissed off. I don't yell, scream or get emotional... I get really quiet and apparently get this look in my eye like I may kill someone.

    I kind of think its funny
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    Quote Originally Posted by soleil View Post
    I also broke eye contact & looked up/down/around a few times then just went off to do something else while still keeping a close eye out. It was literally a cat/mouse game.... Wow, they have the strongest, most penetrating stare. It is worth it once you can crack a smile out of them.

    Totally worth it, I so agree

    Quote Originally Posted by Misty_Mountain_Rose View Post
    Y'all make me nervous with all this plotting and planning. Doesn't it un-nerve any of the other INTJ's? My suspicion has been aroused...
    Aww, I don't plan it consciously, I just notice that that's how I react to that kind of staring, in an attempt to break down the wall you guys like to put between us

    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalMethod View Post
    I don't see how an INTJ stare is different from any other type of stare... I want the details.
    Alright, you guys either look at someone like you're expecting something of them or they did something that you're judging atm. But that's about all the info that's written on your faces. Just an expecting stare or the judging. Unfortunately there's no emotion visible usually, so it's like sitting in a job interview or taking an oral test without the teacher/future potential employer telling you how you did or what you're supposed to do

    So my automatic reaction is to try and get a reaction out of you, any positive reaction, preferably a smile. Once you smile, I know I've passed the exam/got the job and did the right thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post

    So my automatic reaction is to try and get a reaction out of you, any positive reaction, preferably a smile. Once you smile, I know I've passed the exam/got the job and did the right thing

    That can also mean that you have failed it completely.
    Personally I have smiled many times as a quick fix to some stuation.
    If I see that the person wants me to smile I will probably be quite uninterested in that person in real life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    That can also mean that you have failed it completely.
    Personally I have smiled many times as a quick fix to some stuation.
    If I see that the person wants me to smile I will probably be quite uninterested in that person in real life.
    I don't settle for fake smiles
    Of course, if you're genuinly not interested, then you'll automatically turn your attention away, stop staring and I'll take the hint.
    Either way, it ends the uncomfortable feeling and insecurity you guys generate
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    I don't settle for fake smiles
    Of course, if you're genuinly not interested, then you'll automatically turn your attention away, stop staring and I'll take the hint.
    Either way, it ends the uncomfortable feeling and insecurity you guys generate
    That is why I don't do a simple smile I do an entire show that can last for minutes.
    Trust me this has little to with insecurity. (at least in my case)

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    Smothering an INTJ isn't exactly a good strategy as to getting them to like you from my experience. Talking about things you have in common and talking about their lives/hobbies/interests works so much better, then you share yours.
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