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    How is that bullshit? He didn't trigger sexually attraction for her and she honestly told him so.

    Not sure what you mean by most extroverted of introverts?

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    How is that bullshit? He didn't trigger sexually attraction for her and she honestly told him so.

    Not sure what you mean by most extroverted of introverts?
    I just think it's funny that she's looking for some bad boy type (in her words), but really just wants something else. Because Tim Sylvia is a bit on the terrifying "bad motherfucker" side when it comes down to it. He's just prefers sobriety. If you don't find it to be bullshit, then whatever man. I disagree.

    As for introverts.. I mean, don't project other types of introverted, aloof behavior on to ISPs when their second preference is to actually enjoy getting involved in Se a little bit. And Se has nothing to do with being an unexpressive shut-in who likes munching on hamburgers indoors on a soft leather couch. It's about being present in their environments and actions, and affecting things directly and/or being affected by it too. Fi is going to weigh how much it shapes them or what they should feed back -but there is no set behavior for all of them. ISTPs will be more unexpressive if anything, but even they might get caught up in grandstanding a bit like the OP's pic. Ever watch Michael Jordan or Bruce Lee? Not every introvert is always so played down, antisocial, or a robot, or an emo-kid. And no matter how much chill time they take, Se will make an SP downright antsy enough to get out and do new things and be involved socially (even if the social element is an indirect result of what they're looking for. Shit happens. We end up rolling with it though). This isn't anything like Ni-Te, for example, who can enjoy more a life of sitting back in abstractions, then communicating it back into the world with Te (and possibly pissing off people more than usual. It would take more perceptive people to appreciate where they are coming from, I think. The fact that they are 1% of the population just adds to their sense of seclusion). Lenore Thomson, funnily, commented on this.. she said there was a basis on why INTJs get the villain stereotype: Because popular culture views them as detached assholes (not her words exactly heh). Sadly, they are that misunderstood - and they know it too - and... most of them act like they don't give a shit either. And immature ones rarely direct that Ni-Te on to themselves to blend - they like applying change to the world instead. The level of resolve to resist one's environment is higher. It is a different way of introversion.

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