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    [YOUTUBE="_6Ur43QQACA"]Nother INTP example[/YOUTUBE]

    One thing that stand out to me, with both INTP examples. Their eyes are a little "glassy" and not as intently focused on the immediate environment.

    Where an ISTP gaze seems more intense. ???????

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    That guy above seems like a good contrast to bamboo, i think (whatever that means.. same energy.. or something. you just get a comparison on interests there... energy..lol, wtf am i talkin about)

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    Dug out an old photo, one closer to the sample groups age.

    To demonstrate the intensity of an ISTP "stare" in contrast.


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    That's you? Somehow, I've pictured you bearded with an orange fro. I think it because of that test where you scored a "Satyr" on something.

    I think have an ISTP friend, but I always get his sardonic side.

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    Satyr? aka Goat boy?

    [YOUTUBE="2qNtvYujWfo"]Satyr[/YOUTUBE]



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    Michael Jordan has the stare. Heh (guy's mentally intense... and on a sidenote, if anyone wants to compare an isfp - look at kobe).

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Michael Jordan has the stare. Heh (guy's mentally intense... and on a sidenote, if anyone wants to compare an isfp - look at kobe).
    That's a good example...sfp seems different from the INTP too.

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    I have noticed that Istp's in general use picture/videos to describe. Is this true away from the forum. Are you guys pretty good story tellers (imagery and such)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    So then, what's with an occasional ?
    ISFP

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    Quote Originally Posted by sLiPpY View Post
    Dug out an old photo, one closer to the sample groups age.

    To demonstrate the intensity of an ISTP "stare" in contrast.

    looks the same to me?

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