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    Yeah smothering them gets bad results, very true. Nah I just usually go do something silly and let them stare.
    Either they lose attention, or they smile. One way or another, I know where I stand. Initiating a conversation is something I only dare to do once I've gotten a smile though
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    Depends on what you're smothering them with, to be honest.



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    Do elaborate
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    ^^ Look down!



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    ^^ Look down!
    Truth.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    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
    I always knew I'd make a good job interviewer!
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    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...
    A bit, yes.

    "Smothering them gets bad results."
    "... isn't exactly a good strategy..."
    "...crack a smile out of them."
    "I stare back while getting ready to put on a show."

    And WE'RE supposed to be clinical, over-analyzing plotters!

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    I think I'm just drawn to Js in general because they provide that decisiveness I lack as a P, but they also end up being INs because I tune into that so well.

    I love at least two INTJs (that I know of) and one is my dad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Yeah smothering them gets bad results, very true. Nah I just usually go do something silly and let them stare.
    Either they lose attention, or they smile. One way or another, I know where I stand. Initiating a conversation is something I only dare to do once I've gotten a smile though
    All that fuss over getting an INTJ to respond. I think they'll come round when they want to, and if ever. I don't see the point of pressuring them that way.

    If I can't decipher the meaning of an INTJ stare (for what it's worth, I think INTJ stares are inscrutable, unblinking, and rather like a cat's in its intense focus. Oh and INTJ eyes appear dead sometimes instead of what would be intense in someone else, as with most other forms of INTJ expression, I think. I heard an INTJ sing and it was dead, too, and a little pained, though relatively pitch accurate. Or that 's just my take on INTJs), I just break eye contact, shrug it off internally, and GET ON WITH WHAT I WAS INITIALLY DOING. The breaking of eye contact kind of comes naturally to me, I don't really think about it.

    I'm comfortable not maintaining protracted gazes with people especially if I'm not really conscious of them. It's more likely that their eyes are just comfortable in my direction than that they're looking at me, really.

    Once I am paying attention to them though, I tend to hold this INTJ's gaze for quite a bit, and that's unconscious and natural too; I don't realise I've been doing it till some time later.

    That's probably an ENFP-INFP difference?
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    INTJ eyes appear dead sometimes
    Yup, mine appear dead quite often I imagine, it's not just the eyes, more like the entire face - it's when we're zoned out and focussed internally and at rest.

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