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    I've gotta say, I respect your brother's 'INTJ stare'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jgib5328 View Post
    I've gotta say, I respect your brother's 'INTJ stare'.
    It's imposing.

    Then imagine him painfully shy, trailing our older ESTP brother until he was 12 or so and then the ESTP discovering a wild social scene and leaving my INTJ bro behind, in a new city, knowing nobody. It took the INTJ a long time to get his self confidence. But he's the most level-headed and stable person in our family now. Totally together and great and pretty self-confident.

    The smartest person I know, too...

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    I think the one on the right is INTJ, because he's obviously homosexual.


    The ENTJ on the left is tired and unconcerned, like a good straight NTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    HA! T *and* I got it right!

    It's in the eyes, Intuition looks at you with much more intensity than any other function, my own 'theory'.
    I agree.

    Intensity + Scrutiny = INTJ Gaze

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    The one on the right is INTJ as he has a cat familiar like Blofeld in the James Bond films.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    I agree.

    Intensity + Scrutiny = INTJ Gaze
    That was my biggest tip off too. Both a recent co-worker and a friend from a church I went to had the same look even though they had about 35 years of age difference between them and opposing sex.

    I also had an ENTJ friend who typically had that hunched over bored look of the guy in white when she wasn't out getting something done.

    Shit, I might be getting better at this...

    However, Maliafee, the thing I knew for sure from the start was that I don't ever want to do anything wrong by you. ^^;; *is the eldes of 5 with two teen sisters*
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    Quote Originally Posted by nozflubber View Post
    I think the one on the right is INTJ, because he's obviously homosexual.


    The ENTJ on the left is tired and unconcerned, like a good straight NTJ.
    HAHA my INTJ brother is straight... but then you were joking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    That was my biggest tip off too. Both a recent co-worker and a friend from a church I went to had the same look even though they had about 35 years of age difference between them and opposing sex.

    I also had an ENTJ friend who typically had that hunched over bored look of the guy in white when she wasn't out getting something done.

    Shit, I might be getting better at this...

    However, Maliafee, the thing I knew for sure from the start was that I don't ever want to do anything wrong by you. ^^;; *is the eldes of 5 with two teen sisters*
    Heehee... Are my brothers that big and scary? :P My oldest brother is ENFJ and he is 6'1", then ESTP (6'3"), then INTJ (6'5"), then ENTJ (6'4"). And they all vow to protect/avenge me in the case of anyone doing me personal harm (except the INTJ... but he doesn't have to vow it because he protected me all through grade school from a mean dog so I know that he would if I needed his help). I used to think the ESTP would be the scariest to face, but now that my little ENTJ brother has grown up, he would definitely be scariest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed111 View Post
    The one on the right is INTJ as he has a cat familiar like Blofeld in the James Bond films.
    That cat is an INFJ.

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